By Chloe Rickert
The first phase of the iconic hotel’s multi-million-dollar renovation, the completely redesigned Royal Suite is the top accommodation at InterContinental Los Angeles Century City at Beverly Hills.
Other completed parts of the project include 16,000 square feet of ballrooms. “Our guests will be pleasantly surprised when they see what’s in store for them,” said InterContinental Los Angeles General Manager Steve Choe prior to the unveiling.
An elegant 3,300-square-foot space, the Royal Suite boasts two bedrooms, with an attached office serving as a potential third, and two-and-a-half bathrooms. The master bathroom has two rainfall showers and one large soaking tub fit for two with sliding windows that feature stunning views of the Hollywood Hills and famous Hollywood Sign.
The breathtaking panoramas continue on wrap-around balconies which, along with the dining room, are a perfect place to watch the Los Angeles sunset over the Pacific Ocean coastline and MalibuMountains.
Connecting to the dining room and its eight-foot LED fireplace, a spacious living room is furnished with a 60-inch flat screen TV while the library has an additional 55-inch flat screen and LED fireplace.
Guests have the option to set the tone of the living and dining rooms with LED lighting customizable to their preference. Colors range from royal blue to romantic red, leaving the mood of the space up to the whim of the guest.
The suite’s kitchenette caters to every need with a full-size refrigerator, Lavazza espresso machine, wine cooler and fully stocked wet bar. The Royal Suite and all accommodations come equipped with Spa InterContintental’s signature Agraria amenities.