The Beverly Hills Hotel
Our legendary bungalows at The Beverly Hills Hotel are the height of style and elegant luxury. Take your place in their rich history.
Out of our 23 uniquely designed bungalows, there are several standout ‘legendary bungalows’. These feature design elements inspired by their most notable guests and include Marilyn Monroe, Howard Hughes and Elizabeth Taylor.
This bungalow was Marilyn Monroe’s, and now it’s yours. You can almost picture her padding around in a fluffy robe and slippers. Warmth and femininity abound in this newly-restored bungalow that’s number 1 in so many ways.
Howard Hughes was a beloved guest at the hotel for 30 years, and it’s the bungalows he chose to call home. Thoughtfully restored, Bungalow 3’s stormy bold colours, dark stone and rich exotic woods pay homage to the mysterious life of the reclusive billionaire.
The famous 5, the heart of luxury and old-school glamour. Your place amongst icons, your suite of family-sized delight. Simply step from the bedroom, through French doors, and there’s your pool.
Our beautifully restored bungalow is a step back in time. A time of golden glamour and glittering movie stars. A time when Marilyn Monroe lounged by the pool and Rita Hayworth dined at the Polo Lounge. Welcome to the Golden Age of Hollywood.
As vibrant and spirited as its famous past resident, Bungalow 9 takes inspiration from screen star Charlie Chaplin, whose playful persona reveals itself through subtle decorative details. Uncover quirky touches as you walk from room to room in this bungalow that’s brimming with character.
The iconic Palm Springs aesthetic, strong, fresh design and a wonderful octagonal ceiling. A mid-century playbook of style with custom-made furniture, an incredible terrace fireplace and, of course, a grand piano.