The Beverly Hilton is set to debut a top-to-bottom hotel renovation, to be completed in April, which will reintroduce the Los Angeles landmark to a new generation of leisure travelers, corporate guests and entertainment industry events. The transformation will encompass all 566 guestrooms, including nine private luxury suites; indoor-outdoor event spaces and meeting rooms; and all public spaces, including the lobby and signature restaurant, CIRCA 55.
The Beverly Hilton partnered with Texas-based Paul Duesing Partners to reimagine the interiors of the hotel. The $35-million renovation will infuse the hotel’s design with sophistication and modern comfort, offering a crisp, modern approach to the classic Hollywood Regency style while complementing the Midcentury modern architecture of the building. Inspired by easeful California living, the renovations will welcome the outdoors in, with terrace views, warm breezes and natural light, along with thoughtful upgrades to furnishings, flooring, wallcoverings, fixtures and in-room technologies.
“We’re thrilled to unveil our sweeping, floor-to-ceiling transformation of The Beverly Hilton that will offer guests a fresh, new way to experience the iconic property, just in time for our 65th anniversary. Our new guestrooms offer a refreshing take on classic California style, with an elevated residential feel of custom furnishings and textiles,” said General Manager Sandy Murphy.
Guestrooms will offer a residential feel that is warm and inviting. Light-filled rooms and floor-to-ceiling views of the L.A. landscape will be accented by serene interiors featuring teal and champagne, pops of crisp high-gloss white and luminous metallics. The renovated rooms will offer guests three unique and iconic experiences: the energetic modernism and intelligent design of the Oasis Building, the resort-inspired Hollywood glamour of the poolside cabanas and the secluded opulence of The Wilshire Tower. The grandest of accommodations, The Presidential Suite, will trade a deep burgundy and gold palette, dark wood accents and heavy fabrics for sleek, contemporary furnishings and a soothing color palette, to provide a luxurious expression of the very best of California living.
Supporting Hilton in redefining sustainable travel by cutting its environmental footprint in half and doubling investment in social impact projects by 2030, the hotel renovation will bring new environmentally conscious innovations to The Beverly Hilton. The hotel will no longer offer single-use plastic bath amenities in guestrooms; instead, every shower will feature Molton Brown dispensers for shampoo, conditioner and body wash. In addition, all guestroom lighting will be LED. Further, the hotel will join Hilton’s soap recycling initiative, which helps underserved communities and has diverted more than 3.1 million pounds of waste from landfill. The Beverly Hilton will also be removing plastic water bottles from guestroom minibars. Instead, guests will receive a reusable aluminum bottle in their room that they can refill at multiple water stations throughout the property during their stay.
The hotel’s meeting and event spaces, comprising more than 60,000 sq. ft. of indoor and open-air space with production capabilities, have also been completely reimagined. The corporate meeting spaces now offer even more discreet, comfortable and technologically sophisticated settings for every business need. The hotel’s event spaces have been refreshed with flexible new outdoor venue options to complement an existing portfolio of indoor banquet spaces.
The public spaces, including the main lobby, Oasis Tower lobby and CIRCA 55, will be the final phase of the renovation, and will debut a fresh and contemporary look in April.