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Rodeo Drive
Rodeo Drive

Photo Credit: Beverly Wilshire Whether you love it or hate it, you have to admit that Pretty Woman was one of the movies that put Beverly Hills on the map—the city was just as much of a character in the 1990 rom com as its stars, Julia Roberts and Richard Gere.

If you ever wistfully wished to follow in Vivian Ward‘s (Roberts’) footsteps, the good news is that you can! The Beverly Wilshire (a Four Seasons hotel) is offering a pretty extraordinary experience for those true fans of the film—or those who just want to live in the lap of luxury for awhile.

Picnic in the park
Picnic in the park

Photo Credit: Beverly Wilshire

Be the star of your own love story when you recreate your favorite moments from the film, like soaking in a bathtub in the “Pretty Woman” Suite—a.k.a. the luxurious Presidential Suite. Located on the eighth floor of the original Wilshire Wing, the newly renovated grand suite is 4,000 square feet of opulence and sweeping city views. The elegant master bedroom features a stunning canopy bed and comfortable sitting area. His and hers walk-in closets, along with motorized drapery and state-of-the-art media equipment, complete the space.

So what else is in store? During the glamorous weekend getaway for two, guests will experience a personal shopping consultation on Rodeo Drive (minus the snobby sales clerk who tells the then-scruffy prostitute with a heart of gold Vivian “I don’t think we have anything for you; you’re obviously in the wrong place.”).

Then, when you’ve gotten yourself dressed to impress, you’ll take a Rolls-Royce to Greystone Mansion for a romantic “shoeless” picnic, where you’ll sample cuisine inspired by the film’s picnic scene.

Al fresco dinner
Al fresco dinner

Photo Credit: Beverly Wilshire

Moving on, you’ll then embark on the ultimate date night. After getting privately styled in your suite, you’ll spend the evening toasting your “Pretty” success at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts or the LA Opera.

What would any A-list experience be without its photo ops? Throughout your stay, guests will get inspired by stills from the film; a photographer will be right there beside you to immortalize the moment.

OK, so you might not be on the big screen—but this is seriously the next best thing. As for the fairy-tale ending, well, that’s up to you.

 

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