In celebration of its 100th anniversary, The Beverly Hills Hotel is hosting an amazing weekend beginning on June 15 filled with incredible events, celebrity appearances and luxury packages. The Beverly Hills Hotel has chosen the Motion Picture & Television Fund (MPTF) as its official charity partner.
Some of the incredible features for this event will include an evening of comedy and jazz by the pool hosted by Bill Cosby on Friday night, a Saturday-morning roundtable discussion of industry stories, old and new, with actors, writers and directors hosted by The Hollywood Reporter, a Saturday-afternoon cabana-chic, vintage style pool party featuring a special performance, a dinner and cocktail celebration hosted by Brett Ratner on Saturday night, featuring a performance by Mary J. Blige, an exclusive premier of a short film created by Academy-award winning filmmaker Chuck Workman commemorating The Beverly Hills Hotel and a farewell brunch in the Polo Lounge hosted by Warren Beatty and MPTF Foundation Chair Jeffrey Katzenberg.
Guests will also have the use of chauffeured BMWs throughout the weekend in addition to other luxurious perks. Other notable people and Honorary Weekend Ambassadors playing host include Clive Davis, Ben Silverman, Bryan Lourd and Rick Rosen. Also present will be Robert S. Anderson, the great-grandson of The Beverly Hills Hotel’s original owner and writer of The Beverly Hills Hotel – The First 100 Years. He will be signing copies of the newly released book.
To purchase a package to benefit the MPTF go to http://www.beverlyhillshotel.com/Celebration-Weekend.