The famous pink stucco façade, the manicured grounds and the sumptuous rooms of the Beverly Hills Hotel look as fresh and fanciful as they did on opening day 100 years ago. It oozes exclusivity: every screen legend from Valentino to Arnie has slept in this fabled hideaway or held court in its still-popular Polo Lounge. The biggest draw are the bungalows, where Liz Taylor spent six of her honeymoons: No.5 has its own pool; No.7 is decorated to Marilyn's taste. These now almost pale compared to the two new Presidential Bungalows—the epitome of lavishness, and yours for a cool $9,000 (minimum).
Beverly Hills hotels are synonymous with luxury hotels. Prices for rooms in the posh city typically start in the hundreds of dollars and can climb into the thousands—but what else would you expect from the home of Rodeo Drive? Though the classy hotel bars, limo services and spa treatments may stretch your wallet, these Beverly Hills hotels offer indulgences like no other city.
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