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The Beverly Hills Hotel Ups The Tech In The Presidential Bungalows

February 8th, 2011

Our next stay at the Beverly Hills Hotel should be a little more like Home for Diz and me.  Diz is constantly frustrated at How Hard it is to get the Xbox to hook in to the flat screens in most hotels.  The Beverly Hills Hotel Presidential Bungalows however are about to be upgraded with Bang & Olufsen home theatre components in virtually every room, complete with a 65-inch flat-screen HD plasma TV, BluRay/DVD player and input for game consoles. Each room will have a sound system with built-in-speakers including the outdoor spaces, as well as mirror inlaid with TV and sound system in the Master Bath and high-touch technology with an easy-to-use remote control for lights, drapes, fireplaces and media options.  This should make taking a luxurious bath for two much nicer with dimmed lights and soft high quality music.

I wear earplugs when I swim, but for a fish like Diz the underwater speakers in the private pool, as well as TV and MP3 Player in the outdoor exercise area should be fun.The Beverly Hills Hotel Ups The Tech In The Presidential Bungalows

I have never felt security was an issue, but the Presidential Bungalows will also feature a full alarm system, including a camera near the exterior of the front entrance, where you can see who is at the door from a small TV monitor.

Reservations can be booked now for arrival beginning Mid-April. Rates range from $9,000 to $12,000 per night.  These upgrades won’t be quite ready for our annual trip down for Night of 100 Stars, but perhaps we will find another excuse to visit.

No word on if they upgraded the Internet at the Beverly Hills which typically is very slow compared with home, or other hotels we visit. (Yes, I know I am not supposed to work when I’m there, but I do)

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