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The Beverly Hills Hotel's Fountain Room maintains the retro vibe--its decor dates back to the 1940s.
The glamorous 1960s--not all those garish colors and hippie types--are reflected in the decor at the Beverly Hilton (from $1,914).
On Sunday, the nation's eyes will be on the Hilton as it hosts the kickoff to awards season, the Golden Globes.
San Francisco-based interior decorator and party planner Ken Fulk reimagined a L’Ermitage suite as a place where Halston would party with Andy Warhol in the 1970s. (from $1,914)
The Peninsula Beverly Hills’ commemorative suite will be devoted to modern-day Hollywood’s over-the-top glamour. It’s slated to include mirrored walls and Swarovski crystals and is the most expensive of any of the centenary suites at $7,000 a night. But hey, the rate includes a 90-minute in-room massage.
Beverly Hills is turning 100 this year, but the old dame has some new tricks up her sleeve. She's celebrating with art shows, lectures, even a postage stamp. But our idea of a good time involves something a little more self-indulgent than commemorative philately: Five of the town?s most luxurious hotels have redecorated suites in retro-glam styles.
You can swan around for selfies as Nora Charles from The Thin Man in the glam ?40s suite at the Montage Beverly Hills. Or relax amid star designer Adam Tihany?s 1950s gem-colored decor at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Or watch the premiere of Mad Men this spring while ensconced in the Beverly Hilton?s Swinging Sixties-decorated suite.
At all the hotels, there are lots of little extra amenities, like the Hilton?s room service menu with prices from the sixties. You?ll find us ordering eggs Benedict for our hangover before we check out--because nothing lasts forever.
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