The Beverly Hills Hotel Opens Presidential Bungalows

Presidential Bungalow Suite

The Beverly Hills Hotel has announced it has opened booking on its two new "Presidential Bungalows." Starting from $13,610 to $15,380 a night, the luxury suites, designed by Rottet Studio of Los Angeles, measure nearly 5,000 square feet inside and outdoors, featuring classic pink stucco and a private entrance.

Located on Sunset Boulevard, within 12 acres of banana leaves, palm trees and gardens, the Presidential Bungalows were inspired by the hotel's original Bungalows' Mediterranean design. Surrounded by gardens, each Bungalow has outdoor space with a private pool, courtyards and private outdoor showers. Inside, guests' Great Room with a dining room and furnished living room extends to the Bungalow's kitchen, collected pieces from the 1920s to modern day, three bedrooms with baths featuring free-standing tubs, steam showers and vanities and a limestone fireplace (five per suite) in each room. Other features of the Dorchester Collection suites include a dining area with nighttime illumination, entertainment systems and exercise areas.

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