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Suites at The Beverly Hilton are similar to regular rooms at the Four-Star Beverly Hills hotel. Obviously, the suites are bigger, ranging from 500 to 1,100 square feet. The other big difference is that white sliding shutter doors separate the bedroom from the living room and work area (though, in junior suites, there isn’t a divider). The bedroom has the same leaf-patterned carpeting and upholstered beige headboard that’s flanked by two dark wood side tables. Each has a beaded lamp and a mirror behind it. On one table is a Bose Wave Music System radio/CD player that comes with a remote control; on the other is a cordless phone. At the foot of the bed is a chocolate-brown chaise lounge. There’s also a dark brown credenza that holds a tray of for-pay goodies such as Pringles chips and chocolates from Le Chateau (the in-hotel chocolate and wine shop). Above the credenza is a 42-inch HDTV flat-screen silver LG TV.
Go through that shuttered door and you’ll see the neutral-hued living room that features a black loveseat with white piping, a round glass-topped table and a comfy tan armchair with a glass side table. In a corner, there’s an oval-shaped desk and a beige ergonomic chair. A lamp with a moveable arm and a phone sit on top of the desk.
Unlike regular rooms, standard suites have a larger bathroom with a separate white bathtub in addition to a shower. You’ll need the extra space to properly primp for one of the red-carpet events at the celebrity-packed hotel.