The Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel is keeping up with the Hotel Bel Airs and Beverly Hills Hotels--it's just finished up a year-long renovation of its 193 guest rooms, including major design overhauls for its four biggest suites. Beverly Hills-based Forchielli Glynn designed the new look, putting an emphasis on local furnishings (using crystal chandeliers from Paul Ferrante, tables from Mario Grimaldi, and Chinoiserie wall panels and drawings from artist Hampton Hall). FG and Nancy Corzine redesigned the four suites, all of which come with fireplaces and kitchens with Viking and Sub-Zero appliances. Those now include the 2,250 square foot Peninsula Suite with "an 'East-meets-West' ambiance," according to a press release; the cream-colored, 2,250 square foot Royal Patio Suite; the 1,500 square foot Grand Deluxe Suite in pink and gray; and the 1,500 square foot Grand Deluxe Suite by Nancy Corzine, entirely made up in Corzine furnishings. We stopped by for the rooms' debut event last week--take a look around.
· Peninsula Beverly Hills [Official Site]