Tropical Modern Décor at The Beverly Hills Hotel

If I could choose one place to spend the day, it would definitely be the famous Beverly Hills Hotel. Home to many world famous stars and celebrities, this hotel is what heaven should really look like. Surrounded by 12 acres of lush gardens and exotic flowers, the hotel has 210 rooms and 23 bungalows.

There is no wonder Sharon Osbourne calls this place her second home. She has been living on and off in the hotel in the same bungalow since a little girl, and admits when she comes to visit they greet her with a happy “welcome back home!”

Staying in a suite or in the one-of-a-kind bungalows surrounded by lush gardens and exotic flowers can make you shell out a whopping $580-$3,700 per night! With this, you can experience ultimate privacy and the taste of the sunny California lifestyle with lush greenery, winding pathways, charming gates, and spacious living quarters.

Taking a stroll through the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel, you can’t help but notice one thing – the famous banana leaf wallpaper. The striped ceiling in the entryway also brings back lots of memories from famous Hollywood movies and photo-shoots.

I love the fresh and exotic color palette the hotel has used for years and believe it or not, it’s super easy to mimic. White and green stripes, or white and pink is great to use for upholstering, while banana leaf walls, pink piping on furniture and pillows can give you an instant hit of Beverly Hills Hotel style.

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