Burton House Beverly Hills opening next week

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Burton House Beverly Hills, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel by Marriott opens on May 8, 2024.

The hotel has 186 guest rooms; a dining and social concept called Emerald Lounge; 1,000 square feet of meeting space; a fitness center featuring state-of-the-art equipment; and a 1,100-square-foot yoga studio. Burton House Beverly Hills also offers over 1,000 square feet of versatile event and meeting space that seats up to 80 people. Part of Marriott Bonvoy’s Tribute Portfolio, it is managed by Azul Hospitality Group, a San Diego-based hospitality management platform.

Inspired by the founder of Beverly HillsBurton Edmond Green, the personality driven hotel’s extensive, multimillion-dollar transformation was overseen by the Asset Management Team at Seaview Investors, LLC.

Wimberly Interiors oversaw the interior design for the property, which brings the casual glamor of 1930’s Beverly Hills into the modern era through the use of historic architectural details and comfortable furnishings. Warm tones and natural materials are combined with artsy details, bold colors and textures to create a chic, yet relaxed style. The award-winning design firm worked with Eaton Fine Art to curate the collection of art found throughout the suites and public spaces.

Many of the characteristics of both Hollywood Regency and Art Deco styles – mirrored wall treatments, lacquered and metallic finishes on the furniture, vibrant colors, vivid contrasting patterns that produce striking pairings, and the signature use of black and white – can be seen in the lobby, which has two entrances.

Emerald Lounge, an allusion to Beverly Hills’ bold and beautiful greenery, is located off the lobby.  The indoor-outdoor California-Mediterranean restaurant offers breakfast; a coffee bar serving espresso drinks and pastries; and a social gathering bar offering a selection of creative cocktails and lite bites in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. There will also be an onsite market offering fresh snacks and meals to-go.

Burton House Beverly Hills features modern and vibrant oversized guestrooms, including King Studios, Queen Studios, Two-Bedroom Extended Stay Suites, and Two- and One-Bedroom Suites. Each room comes complete with separate sleeping and living areas, a sofa bed, and 55-inch TVs. Kitchenettes feature convection/microwave ovens, refrigerators, coffee/tea service, and sitting areas. Bathrooms have walk-in showers and large vanities.

The guestrooms feature a bold mix of colors and an eclectic dialogue of materials that were used to reflect the period of when Beverly Hills was being developed, interpreted through a modern lens. Graphic wallpaper framing the bed was inspired by the natural topography of southern California, while the nightstands paid homage to the architecture of the 1930s. The furniture reflects a lot of the art deco and post war modernism that was prevalent during Burton E. Green’s time. From the lighting to the dining chairs, each piece of furniture was curated and designed to create a new perspective and mirror the essence of that time.