The ultimate $24,000 night at the Beverly Hilton, bling included

The Beverly Hilton

The lobby of the Beverly Hilton, which turns 60 this year.

(The Beverly Hilton)

When President Obama came to L.A. last month for an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” he checked into the presidential suite at the Beverly Hilton. Now you can stay in the same three-room suite for $24,000 with lots of glamorous A-list extras.

The hotel turns 60 this year, just like that other Southern California landmark. Disneyland gave out diamond necklaces to a few lucky guests earlier this year to mark its six decades.

At the Beverly Hilton, they’ve devised a Diamond Anniversary stay with real diamonds. Guests receive a 2-carat diamond initial necklace from Hollywood jeweler Neil Lane, after taking a private tour of his store.

You’ll also have a personal concierge and an on-call SUV while staying at the hotel’s top digs.


The suite has a master bedroom, a living room and dining room, and a spa bathroom with a 13-inch TV. You’ll also be able to hang out on the patio or lounge around on the custom-made European furniture.

For dining, guests will have a private dinner on the Stardust Terrace made by executive chef Troy Thompson and breakfast at Circa 55 Restaurant or room service. A choice of a facial and massage at the spa or a hair and makeup session and a $500 credit are part of the Diamond Anniversary package too.

And no need to bring your selfie stick; you’ll have a private photographer to document it all.

Info: Beverly Hilton (ask for the Diamond Anniversary package), 9876 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills; (310) 285-1307



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