Top 10 Hotels for the Golden Globes
This landmark lodging is home to a storied history and one of the film industry's most important award shows.
The landmark Beverly Hilton has undergone its share of face lifts over the years, each one modernizing and adding luxury while at the same time maintaining the property's classic atmosphere. Dating back to 1955 (when Conrad Hilton was the hotelier du jour), it hosts events as significant and varied as the Golden Globes and the Milken Institute’s Global Conference. All of the 569 guest rooms and suites are decorated in subtle, tasteful style. Accommodations are available in the Wilshire Tower and the Oasis, and include a collection of penthouse suites. Standard among the amenities are 47-inch LCD plasma TVs, Bose Wave Music Systems and iPads with Intelity guest service technology.
The Aqua Star Pool has had a number of starlets take a dip in its waters. It was "christened" by none other than Esther Williams; it has a European feel and features private cabana beds, and it continues to be a place where the magic of old school Hollywood is alive and well. Circa 55 restaurant serves market fresh, classic California cuisine in a poolside setting. Aqua Star Spa features treatments formulated by the German beauty line BABOR. Conferences, executive retreats and social events are catered to with 60,000 square feet of dedicated lobby level space. In addition, the Stardust Penthouse is a favorite for weddings with a view.
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