Pacifica Hotels renovates Beverly Hills’ Carlyle Inn

Carlyle Inn completed renovations costing over $1 million. Keeping with the luxury feel of Beverly Hills, the 32-room boutique hotel received an Art Deco-inspired revamp. 

The hotel's focal point, an interior courtyard, was transformed with black and white graphic stripes, and pops of orange. The space now has oversized black and white umbrellas. The upper deck, meanwhile, has an Astroturf treatment, complete with a chaise lounge for relaxing.

In the lobby, tile floors have a grey and black border hexagon pattern. Antiqued mirrors and furniture with modern textiles underscore the aesthetic of the 1920s. Also available is a custom art installation featuring floating bowler hats.

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The hotel's guestrooms were modernized. The carpet features a tone-on-tone branch motif, while the white furniture is complimented by mixes of metal accessories, mirrors, and pinstripes. An Art Deco fan print wall covering envelopes the headboard wall. Pointed finger hand pillows and houndstooth throw blankets adorn the bed. Guestroom bathrooms were also upgraded, now including a back-lit mirror.

The hotel's breakfast room has new Carrera marble, while the fitness room channels a 1920s boxing gym, equipped with punching bags, vintage weights and jump ropes.

The Carlyle Inn is situated near Beverly Hills. Amenities in the property include: free Wi-Fi connectivity, a sundeck with lounge chairs and spa tub, 24-hour lobby business center and in-room Keurig coffee maker.

The Carlyle is owned and operated by Pacifica Hotels.

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