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Best Hotels for Celebrity Sightings in Los Angeles

The Beverly Hills Hotel

The Beverly Hills Hotel

Surrounded by 12 acres of tropical gardens and exotic flowers, The Beverly Hills Hotel offers a glamorous hideaway for the Hollywood elite that oozes exclusivity with 210 guest rooms and suites. Seductively hidden amongst 80-year-old palm trees and banana leaves, history and glamour collide in “The Pink Palace.” Art Deco and ‘40s-style Hollywood Glamour come together to offer the ambiance of a relaxed resort.

Enjoy even greater levels of privacy in the 23 one-of-a-kind bungalows, each with separate entrances, living room, dining room, and wood-burning fireplace. The two presidential bungalows feature private pools and nearly 5,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor living space.

Famous Stories of Yesteryear


Bungalow 5 was Elizabeth Taylor's favorite, where she stayed with six of her seven husbands. When she passed, her family used this bungalow for the private memorial service.

Bungalow Number 7 is where Marilyn Monroe used to stay with Joe DiMaggio.

Bungalow 10 is where Lauren Bacall lived while she filmed Designing Woman at the hotel with Gregory Peck in 1956.

Marlene Dietrich came to regard Bungalow 11 as her own and had a seven-by-eight footbed constructed for it.

Marilyn Monroe and Yves Montand filmed 'Let’s Make Love' in Bungalow 21.

Raquel Welch and Robert Evans were discovered by the Hollywood elite while lounging poolside.

Leonard Bernstein came up with the idea for West Side Story in Cabana 3.

Celebrity Favorite Hotels & Resorts

The Beverly Hills Hotel


Beverly Hills Hotel

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