To this day, the iconic property remains at the heart of the star-studded Beverly Hills community, and it is devoting all of 2022 to the 110th Anniversary celebration of its heritage not only as the first official landmark in Beverly Hills and second home to Hollywood royalty, but also as a standard-bearer in hospitality for future generations.
In celebration of its anniversary, the hotel will be featuring a range of special activities and offerings – including the traditional McCarthy Salad, Anniversary Libations in the Polo Lounge, a Summer Movie Series and more – throughout the year for guests and locals alike.
“Known as the epicenter of Hollywood, The Beverly Hills Hotel has been the favourite spot for generations of legendary stars and deal-makers,” said The Beverly Hills Hotel General Manager, John Scanlon.
“It is one of the most unique institutions in the world. Hollywood was built around our hotel and so was the city of Beverly Hills.
“Our guests enjoy knowing that when they walk up our red carpet, they are walking the same steps as virtually every movie star that has ever lived.
“This is something that, simply, cannot be replicated. We are very excited to be celebrating 110 years of incredible history, and look forward to welcoming future generations to The Beverly Hills Hotel,” he said.
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