Fulfill Your Hollywood Fantasy at the Beverly Hills Hotel's Bungalow 9

Fulfill Your Hollywood Fantasy at the Beverly Hills Hotel's Bungalow 9

Paying homage to Charlie Chaplin, one of the hotel's notable guests.

Paying homage to Charlie Chaplin, one of the hotel's notable guests.

Text: Valerie Stepanova

Have you ever wanted to vacation the way Hollywood royalty would do it back in the day? Dreamed of residing at a place where Charlie Chaplin used to while away his California nights? Enter Beverly Hills Hotel’s Bungalow 9—a two-bedroom bungalow paying homage to the world’s most famous silent screen star.

Courtesy of Champalimaud Design, the two-bedroom bungalow combines classic design elements and subdued hues with character pieces and movie-palace architecture, an expressive collage of different materials and shapes are interwoven throughout each room. Elegant patterns nod to the Chaplin’s English roots, while wall-to-wall carpets add cohesion to the space—including an open kitchen that is ideal for entertaining. 

The Beverly Hills Hotel bungalows are known the world over for their history with Hollywood royalty and colorful anecdotes — Gloria Swanson temporarily residing in one after getting divorced, Elizabeth Taylor spending six of her eight honeymoons there, Lauren Bacall and Marlene Dietrich each calling them home for over a year. The iconic bombshell Marilyn Monroe spent weeks at a time in her favorite Bungalows 1 and 7 and filmed Let’s Make Love in Bungalows 20 and 21. 

The hotel still remains a big spot for celebrity sightings in LA, with everyone from Barack Obama to the Bieber family paying the establishment a visit every now and again. 

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