It's the 25th anniversary of Pretty Womanand what better way to celebrate the romantic comedy classic than to have your own Julia Roberts moment at the "Reg.Bev.Wil." AKA the Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, where the movie was filmed.
The iconic Beverly Hills hotel has long been a site for movie lovers and is now commemorating the silver anniversary of the 1990 film by offering guests and visitors their own "Pretty Woman for a Day" experience. ETonline has your ticket inside the glamorous themed features throughout the hotel.
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"We've always enjoyed our relationship with the movie and consider it to be a bit of fun," Beverly Wilshire Regional Vice President and General Manger Ben Trodd said. "We have many different packages that we invite guests to come to the hotel for so they get to take part in it and be a part of our celebration."
Guests can live out their ultimate Pretty Woman fantasy in three different over-the-top stay packages that range from $15,000-$100,000. Wannabe Richard Geres and Julia Roberts can enjoy accommodations in one of two Presidential Suites, which boasts 5,500 square feet overlooking a view of the Hollywood Hills, as well as a picnic with upscale car service, a personal shopping excursion on Rodeo Drive, a 90-minute couples massage and diamond manicure and pedicure at the Spa at Beverly Wilshire.
"You really get to experience what it's like to be in that part of the glamour of Beverly Hills," Trodd said. But not everyone has to break the bank to enjoy the anniversary amenities.
Whether it's indulging in a star-studded pampering package, a manicure and pedicure at The Nail Bar while watching the movie and enjoying some champagne, or sipping Pretty Woman themed cocktails at both THE Blvd restaurant and CUT by Wolfgang Puck, there are plenty of ways for any visitor to take part in the celebration.
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For 25 years the Garry Marshall flick has been a rich part of the hotel's history that many guests, near and far, have a special connection to. "It means different things to different people," Trodd explained. "It's an international movie that has a different resonance in say Britain, for example, where [they] all saw it as an insight to glamour of Hollywood. But I think for most U.S. guests, they see it as a launch of one of America's sweethearts."
Watch the video above for a taste of this luxurious experience. For a complete list of the themed offerings and how you can live like Pretty Woman for a day click here.