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POOLSIDE AT THE BEVERLY HILLS HOTEL

Sip a poolside cocktail and settle yourself in for the day.

 BY AGENXY | HOTEL

eing poolside is an experience that shimmers with history, glamour and sheer good fun. There’s no better backdrop to soak up the sun than at the iconic pool at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

The iconic ‘pink palace’ dates back to 1938 when it opened as ‘The Sand and Pool Club’, complete with sand to make it feel like a true beach club.

 

It’s been a favourite place to be in LA ever since. It has welcomed an array of stars over the decades, from Katharine Hepburn - who once dove fully clothed into the pool. The Beatles - who had their own private pool party there and Leonard Bernstein - who came up with the idea for West Side Story in cabana three.

There are 11 private poolside cabanas on offer, each named after a popular area of Los Angeles including Brentwood and Hollywood.  With a welcoming residential feel, cabana’s feature fresh colours, soothing neutral tones, signature pink and green accents and comfortable furnishings.

They are equipped with a universal phone charging station, Apple TV, personal safe, mini fridge, plush bath robes, 46 inch HD flat screen TV and three dedicated lounge chairs. A maximum of 4 guests is allowed per Cabana.

Complimentary amenities for cabana guests include unlimited flat, sparkling and coconut water, seasonal fruit, dry snack offerings, organic Coola sunscreen and Evian misters.

In addition, the hotel recently partnered with fine art photographer Gray Malin, whose whimsical prints capture the timeless chic of LA style.

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 Malin has transformed one of the pool cabanas to capture the legendary history of the hotel, with a coastal colour palette of sand, pink, white and green. 

Reserve this private space to relax beneath a canopy of rattan, raffia and other natural textures and feel transported to the coast of California.

 

Guests can also be treated to the hotel's iconic pink daybed, designed by artist Marc Ange, after making it’s exciting return to the ‘Pink Palace’.  First unveiled during Milan Design Week, ‘Le Refuge’ is now a permanent installation and a perfect poolside spot for an afternoon spent relaxing in style. When you book the daybed, you’ll be treated to a chilled bottle of Rock Angel Rosé, signature pink towels for the day, bespoke treats on the hour from the chef and additional pool loungers to soak up the sun.

 

This relaxing spot will cost you $250, and will need to be pre booked.

Credit -Beverly Hills Hotel

"Malin's Cabana is priced at $500 per cabana for a maximum of four people, and is available for hotel guests only.",

Credit -Beverly Hills Hotel

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