Life at the Marmont: The Inside Story of Hollywoods Legendary Hotel of the Stars--Chateau Marmont
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How the Chateau Marmont Became Hollywood’s Glorious, Decadent Hideaway | Vanity Fair
Chateau Hollywood? He went with Chateau Marmont. It sounded French.
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Along with the Garden of Allah, the Chateau Marmont turned that faceless frontier into what would become the Sunset Strip. The Chateau turns 90 this month, having opened its big wooden doors for business on February 1, It remains a pivotal Hollywood institution, one forever rooted in a pivotal Hollywood moment—the transition from silent films to talkies, from the raining-money s to the breadline s. Eight months after the Chateau welcomed its first tenants, the stock market crashed.
Life at the Marmont: The Inside Story of Hollywood's Legendary Hotel…
Leases fizzled and, two years later, Horowitz sold his concrete-and-steel bauble. Under new ownership, the property finally got traction when its apartments were rented to short-term lodgers. And so the Chateau Marmont became a hotel. But not just any. Doubleday will publish the book in May. While periodically flirting with becoming the Norma Desmond of Hollywood accommodations particularly during the threadbare s, an era that ingrained the hotel in the public imagination as a den of loucherie , the Chateau is still what it has always been: the place where stars hide out in plain sight note the paparazzi pops of Drake or Drew Barrymore or Alicia Vikander coming up the drive , where writers hole up to write or avoid writing , and where pop idols party or sleep it off.
They were soon joined by David Niven. Representatives for Balazs did not respond to these allegations, and he declined to participate in this story. Bungalow 2 is where Nicholas Ray rehearsed Rebel Without a Cause , while a love triangle played out among the middle-aged director and two of his teenage stars, Natalie Wood and Dennis Hopper.
In , Errol Flynn went into a drunken rampage in Bungalow 3 a week before he died of a heart attack and, according to the coroner, cirrhosis. Room 36 is where Montgomery Clift hunkered down after his car accident, emerging onto the terrace from time to time to scream obscenities in the nude.
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Courtyard-facing 29 is where Myrna Loy made a home for years; Jean Harlow spent the last of her three honeymoons in Suite The Chateau is where Jim Morrison fell off a roof or balcony or terrace nobody seems to know which or when , as did actress and vocalist Pearl Bailey, who conveniently landed on a canvas awning and fell asleep. Simpson trial for this magazine, from Room 48, now informally known as the Dominick Dunne Suite. Dorothy Parker once conked her head on the bathtub there.
Her father, Francis Ford Coppola, would check in for long-term stays, using the suites and bungalows to get his writing done. He made a pitch to buy the hotel in the s but balked when he saw the termite report. Marmontphilia is an affliction shared by many who pass through the place. I have also timed the room service, which once turned up at an eerily fast four minutes and 25 seconds.
The next day, it was I might not be at the Chateau for 18 months, but when I roll up the drive in a rental car, Ray the valet remembers who I am and asks about the kids. Another legendary staffer, the guitar-strumming waiter Romulo Laki, who died in , had a memorable cameo in Somewhere. Other fabled hotels in town do a nice job of that. Sunday Times Magazine. Architectural Digest.
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