The Beverly Hills Hotel Debuts Refurbished Guestrooms and Suites
Wednesday February 5th, 2014 - 10:17AM GAKC
| | | | | | | | | | |
These are shortcuts to your favorite social networking and bookmark sites. Add this story to your Facebook page, del.icio.us, DiggIt, and many others!
BEVERLY HILLS, CA—With the introduction of the first new guestrooms and suites at The Beverly Hills Hotel, the last phase of the hotel-wide restoration program led by Adam D. Tihany is underway.
Completed accommodations feature new color palettes and integrated technology. All guestrooms and suites are expected to be refreshed by the end of 2014, with 20 to 35 rooms slated to undergo restoration at any one time.
The many new features and amenities showcased have been designed to enhance the feeling of modernity while keeping a chic residential feel. The palette features soft leathers, mohair and opulent silks in light cream and taupe shades with silvery blue, green, and yellow accents. Ebonized walnut and cerused oak furnishings complement the classic color scheme. Bespoke wall coverings and light fixtures, custom artwork in all suites, and lounge seating further enhance the new spaces.
Enhanced technology includes integrated media panels and specialty lighting systems with individual dimming capabilities and a variety of "set scenes" to choose from. All guestrooms and suites feature wall mounted Bang and Olufsen TVs, while charging packs with USB connectors are located in each desk. Bathrooms include updated Watermark fixtures in a contemporary polish chrome finish, and bathroom mirrors with built-in TVs.
The restoration hones the original patina of The Beverly Hills Hotel, restoring and polishing its design elements. Project work has been conducted in various phases throughout the project so as not to impact the operation and inconvenience guests. The hotel lobby, Polo Lounge and pool, cabanas, and Cabana Cafe have all been enhanced.
Tags: Beverly Hills Hotel • Hospitality • Amenities • Architecure & Interiors • Construction/Renovation • F+B •
When you hear all the lodging industry projections for the months and years to come, much of the robust growth is forecast to be the result of the expected influx of travelers from China. In what could only be seen as good news for the industry, that expectation moved a little closer to reality when President Obama signed a visa waiver extension for Chinese travelers earlier this month.