The Beverly Hills Hotel is the last word in chic when it comes to five-star accommodation in La La Land; a millennial pink lover’s dream, its palm-tree lined facade is a calling card for anyone – bloggers and celebrities alike – looking to get that quintessentially LA pic.
Now there’s yet another reason to flock to retro hotel – often referred to as the ‘Pink Palace’ because of its distinct hue, which is inspired by Californian sunsets and country clubs – thanks to the installation of Le Refuge, an extremely glam daybed-come-artwork.
Dubbed the most Instagrammed-piece at Milan Design Week, where it was first debuted by Parisian artist / designer Marc Ange, the flamingo-coloured sun lounger is the perfect addition to the hotel’s sunny citrus garden (right next to the pool, ofc).
Ange couldn’t think of a more perfect place to house his artwork, which will go on display at the Leclaireur Gallery, also in LA, after August 23.
It is the projection of a childhood memory. Its large leaves form a shelter under the sun, away from reality, just like those of the imaginary jungle that grows in the room of a child who seeks escape. With its iconic pink facade, legendary history and magical setting, The Beverly Hills Hotel provides the perfect environment to showcase Le Refuge.
People have been flocking to the Bev to have their photo taken on / next to / in front of Le Refuge, which makes perfect sense because it’s fucking amaze.
Even Very Good Doggos are getting in on the action.
10/10 would visit.