The Beverly Hills Hotel Debuts Renovated Garden Suites

The Garden Suite // Photo by The Beverly Hills Hotel

The Beverly Hills Hotel is offering guests a new vacation package – the Garden Suite Escape. The package includes accommodations in a newly renovated suite (complete with a private terrace overlooking the property), $75 daily breakfast credit, complimentary valet parking and 3 p.m. checkout.

Rates for the package start from $2,200 per room, per night, based on double occupancy. Travelers can book the Garden Suite Escape now through February 28 for stays through March 31. The offer applies to new bookings only, and it cannot be combined with any other offers or promotions.

Additionally, five distinct bungalows with design elements inspired by notable guests of the hotel over the past century have been and will continue to be unveiled through various stages this year. Bungalow 5, inspired by Elizabeth Taylor; and Bungalow 22, inspired by Frank Sinatra, were unveiled in the summer of 2016, with the three remaining bungalows to debut in fall 2018 and 2019 (we're told these include Bungalow 1, inspired by Marilyn Monroe; Bungalow 3 inspired by Howard Hughes; and Bungalow 9, inspired by Charlie Chaplin). 

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The Beverly Hills Hotel also has four restaurants and bars, several meetings and events spaces – including three ballrooms with different themes – a spa with body treatments, and a fitness room.

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