Culver Hotel is hosting a cover-up celebration for Culver City’s 100th birthday, and you’re invited

September 20, 2017 - accent chair

The Culver Hotel is hosting a cover-up round Saturday to applaud Culver City’s hundredth year. The city and a 1924 hotel share a common ancestral thread: Both were combined by Harry H. Culver.

The Vintage Masquerade Black Tie Ball invites everybody to dress adult and celebration inside a selected six-floor flatiron building. “Then and now” snapshots of a city will be on arrangement too during a dusk of live music, dancing and other entertainment.

The Velvet Lounge has a feel of a 1920s speakeasy.
The Velvet Lounge has a feel of a 1920s speakeasy. (The Culver Hotel)

What to wear? Long gowns and black-tie suits with 1920s glorious and “masks, feathers, glitz, shimmer” are suggested.

Tickets are $110 per person.

The celebration also offers a ideal time to try a 46-room boutique hotel described as a “Culver skyscraper” and a “wedge-shaped Renaissance revival-style beauty, fashioned with sculpted stone, brick, exuberant suspended eaves and 200 pretentious windows” when it non-stop Sept. 4, 1924.

The emerald immature chair with a crimson red accent sham evokes The Wizard of Oz, that was filmed in Culver City.
The emerald immature chair with a crimson red accent sham evokes “The Wizard of Oz,” that was filmed in Culver City. (The Culver Hotel)

When “The Wizard of Oz” was filmed in Culver City in 1939, some-more than 120 Munchkins were housed during a hotel. Clark Gable and then-actor Ronald Reagan were among a stars who slept there.

The Culver Hotel had been owned by actor and mythological executive Charlie Chaplin and after Western star John Wayne. A decade ago, Maya Mallick bought and easy a hotel, listed on a National Register of Historic Places in 1997.

Culver Hotel owners Maya Mallick.
Culver Hotel owners Maya Mallick. (The Culver Hotel)

But behind to a party. The cover-up round will underline a live DJ, open bar with signature cocktails as good as drink and wine, and food stations.

Info: Culver Hotel’s Vintage Masquerade Black Tie Ball, 9400 Culver Blvd., Culver City; (310) 558-9400

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source ⦿ http://www.latimes.com/travel/deals/la-tr-culver-city-hotel-centennial-masquerade-ball-20170919-htmlstory.html

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