Blooms of Luxury: The Hidden Garden Transforms Beverly Hills' Finest Hotels for the Holidays

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Blooms of Luxury: The Hidden Garden Transforms Beverly Hills' Finest Hotels for the Holidays


The holiday season in Beverly Hills is a time of opulence and elegance, and what better way to capture the festive spirit than with breathtaking floral arrangements and decor? The Hidden Garden, renowned for its artistic approach to floristry, has partnered with some of the city's most iconic hotels to create enchanting displays at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel and The Beverly Hills Hotel. In this blog post, we'll explore a brief history and unique features of two hotels in Part I of II, showcasing The Hidden Garden's magical transformations and offering a glimpse into how you can bring this luxury into your home. (Read Part II HERE for Hotel Bel-Air, and the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills Hotel).

The Beverly Hills Hotel

For over a century, the Beverly Hills Hotel has been synonymous with Hollywood glamour and luxury. Built in 1912 before Beverly Hills was even a city, this iconic pink hotel has welcomed guests from around the world and has become a symbol of the city's glamour and style.

Unique Facts:

  • The hotel's Polo Lounge is a favorite among celebrities and has been a backdrop for countless Hollywood deals, movies, and hideaways.
  • The bungalows have hosted famous guests like Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin, and Elizabeth Taylor.

The Hidden Garden Transformation: Embracing the hotel's iconic pink and green color scheme, The Hidden Garden displays a bespoke Christmas tree featuring sparkling and metallic pinks and deep reds. Gold is guarded by lifesized nutcracker soldiers as you make your way through the infamous stripped entrance. The Hidden Garden floral arrangements have adorned the hotel's luxurious suites and dining areas; however, they always make sure to go out with a bang for this special holiday. 


Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel

Recognized as one of the most famous hotels in Hollywood, the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons has been an institution since 1928. With sweeping views of Rodeo Drive and a guest list that includes celebrities, politicians, and royalty, this opulent property has cemented its status as one of Los Angeles's quintessential luxury experiences.

Unique Facts:

  • The hotel gained international fame as the primary filming location for the classic film "Pretty Woman."
  • It boasts two wings, the Wilshire and Beverly Wing, each offering a distinct ambiance.

The Hidden Garden Transformation: The Hidden Garden has embellished this property with flowers and holiday decorations for several years, providing the perfect backdrop for events and celebrations. From colorful Christmas trees to giant-sized ornamental decor and a full winterland extravaganza, the team at The Hidden Garden brings an elegant, personal and fun touch to the luxury property, ensuring a memorable stay for all guests.


Ordering Your Custom-Created Centerpiece

As Beverly Hills transforms into a winter wonderland, the collaboration between The Hidden Garden and these prestigious hotels celebrates history, luxury, and holiday magic. Whether you find yourself strolling through the opulent lobby of the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel, sipping champagne at The Beverly Hills Hotel, unwinding in the serene gardens of Hotel Bel-Air, or experiencing modern elegance at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills Hotel, The Hidden Garden's enchanting creations are sure to captivate and inspire a season of joy and celebration. 

And for those seeking to bring a touch of this luxury into their homes, The Hidden Garden offers the opportunity to bring the magic into your home. Whether you're hosting an intimate gathering or a grand celebration, The Hidden Garden's team of expert florists can create a custom centerpiece tailored to your style and preferences. From classic arrangements to avant-garde designs, elevate your holiday celebrations with the exquisite touch of The Hidden Garden.

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