March 13, 1986 |
L'Ermitage Hotel, one of America's most highly rated inns and a favorite Los Angeles-area resting spot for celebrities and wealthy businessmen, has been forced to seek bankruptcy protection because of the continuing financial problems of its principal owner, Severyn Ashkenazy. According to court records, the Ashkenazy concern that owns the luxury-suite hotel, a partnership known as 9289 Burton Co., filed a petition under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
February 18, 1985 |
Take the soap, for example. (And many guests will.) The well-known sliver has melted into hotel history, and now two plump beige ovals of French milled soap sit pristine on a small rattan tray. Sharing the tray are trial-size bottles of shampoo and bath gel, a bottle of Givenchy for Gentlemen and that traditional hotel amenity--the plastic shower cap. Take the beige terry robes, trimmed in brown, folded on the long marble dressing table.
July 16, 1998 |
The Beverly Hills hotel L'Ermitage has emerged from a radical make-over that turned the once-stodgy hideaway into a fabulously chic luxury hotel (at least from the looks of the lobby and public rooms). If you pull that taupe Armani from the closet, you'll fit right in to the minimalist decor. The bar, with its groupings of chairs upholstered in a palette of browns and taupe, is understated and elegant.
February 18, 2011
GRAMMYS REWIND: Katy Perry and pals celebrating at EMI's post-party at Milk Studios in Hollywood alongside Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Natasha Bedingfield and "Glee" guy Matthew Morrison ... Jay-Z and Beyoncé, Kate Hudson, Neil Patrick Harris, Malin Akerman and Dianna Agron at Bing and Grey Goose's SoHo House celebration ... Lady Gaga and boyfriend Luc Carl at the Interscope Records party on the rooftop of Beverly Hills' L'Ermitage...
June 21, 1986
NBC has turned to the American Film Institute to find new TV writers. The network on Friday announced that it will sponsor a Summer TV Writers Workshop that will culminate in a one-hour prime-time showcase in July, 1987. In making the announcement along with other network and AFI officials, NBC Entertainment President Brandon Tartikoff cited a shortage of good television writers.