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To really experience everything 90210, book a room at Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star The Beverly Hills Hotel. Located at the intersection of world-famous Rodeo Drive, Beverly Drive and Sunset Boulevard, this hotel is the original epicenter of Beverly Hills, overlooking staggered mansions sequestered in the hills. Oddly enough, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel was built in 1912 with its same name long before Beverly Hills was officially a city.
In true Beverly Hills fashion, most of the exterior of the Spanish mission-style building is tropical pink; as a result, the hotel is often called “The Pink Palace.” Much of the rest of the hotel features a distinct pink, green and white motif as well. Such a glamorous, impeccably decorated hotel located right in the middle of Beverly Hills makes it the ideal destination for celebrities. In fact, famous film producer and all-around business tycoon Howard Hughes reserved blocks of rooms for months at a time in the 1950s; legendary celebrities like John F. Kennedy, Katherine Hepburn and Charlie Chaplin have all stayed at the posh Five-Star hotel.
Little touches like the quintessential red carpet entryway and a classic carpeted lobby that’s glamorous rather than chintzy help create an undeniable old Hollywood charm — fit for celebrities of yesteryear along with modern ones. Ultimately you won’t feel like you’re anywhere else but Hollywood when you opt to stay at The Beverly Hills Hotel. Stellar service, a fabulous spa and well-appointed rooms and public spaces don’t hurt, either.