The pink palace: Behind closed doors at the Beverly Hills Hotel



The pink palace: Behind closed doors at the Beverly Hills HotelThis Exclusive Look Into The World Famous Beverly Hills Hotel Is Sure To Satiate Even The Most Enquiring Mind From The Secret Trysts Of Clark Gable And Carole Lombard To Ivan Boesky S Attempt To Turn State S Evidence Against Michael Milken, The Hotel S Secluded Palm Shaded Grounds And Discrete Staff Have Sheltered Many A Celebrity Action Photographs.

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  • Hardcover
  • 231 pages
  • The pink palace: Behind closed doors at the Beverly Hills Hotel
  • Sandra Lee Stuart
  • English
  • 01 March 2017
  • 9780818402463

10 thoughts on “The pink palace: Behind closed doors at the Beverly Hills Hotel

  1. Rama says:

    A History of Beverly Hills HotelThis is a wonderful book about the history of one of the iconic places in Beverly Hills, which was the home for many celebrities some of whom used this as a second home for relaxation The hotel s Polo lounge was known to be the best place to meet the some of the biggest names in movie and music industry Built in 1912 by Burton Green with 500,000, many insiders wondered if Green s gamble would payoff But Green was realistic and hired Margaret Anderson, the successful manager of nearby Hollywood hotel to mange the place She mapped out the day of May 12, 1912 with the precision of General Norman Schwarzkopf s ground attack on Iraq to make this enterprise an instant success.Moral sensibilities have changed since 1912, but in reality they have not in the lives of many people in movie business Many residents of Beverly Hills considered the film industry to be shady with questionable morals Douglas Fairbanks Sr and Mary Pickford, as popular as Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt of today, used this hotel to hide their affair But the personality of Mary Pickford as a down to earth woman eventually won over people s heart The hotel attracted many guests that included ...

  2. TrumanCoyote says:

    A nicely informal and catty style I just wish there had been gossip about the guests and less straight history of the hotel itself although admittedly that did get rather intriguingly soap operaish in places.

  3. Bibliovixen says:

    This was a light, gossipy read about the golden era of studios Hollywood.

  4. Susan says:

    interesting but very dated

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