90210 s6e4. E! True Hollywood Story 2019-01-19

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Jim and Pam’s Wedding Hotel from “The Office”

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Thanks for including the pic of Brit in her prom dress. And, as you can see in the above screen capture and photograph, the two hotels look nothing alike. Yes, planning a wedding is fun and exciting and heartwarming, but, at the same time, dealing with people is just not my forte. . So, I dragged my fiancé right out to stalk it when we were in the area two weekends ago.

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Jim and Pam’s Wedding Hotel from “The Office”

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In 2007, the hotel was purchased by real estate developer Richard Weintraub who set about extensively renovating the property. Due to its proximity to the Hollywood studios, the Lodge has long been popular with movie stars, including Clark Gable, Marlon Brando, Doris Day, David Lee Roth, Billy Bob Thornton, Trisha Yearwood, Spencer Tracy, Lauren Bacall, Tallulah Bankhead, Lena Horne, Humphrey Bogart, John Wayne, Katharine Hepburn, and Bette Davis, all of whom have been spotted there at one time or another. All of the rooms that were featured in the episode are located in the same second floor hallway of the hotel, directly above the main lobby. It is that structure that still stands today. I am actually quite surprised that Weintraub had the place remodeled in such a way, as I am sure that it is no longer quite as appealing to producers and location managers. Oddly enough, according to the housekeeper that I spoke with, the hotel only has one ice machine area and it is located next to the pool.

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Jim and Pam’s Wedding Hotel from “The Office”

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Why did we invite all these people? Oh my gosh, I am so glad I re-found this post! The front entrance of the hotel also appeared in Crossroads. And if you look at the room where Lynette stayed in that episode, you will notice that it is a perfect match to the room Lucy Wagner aka Britney Spears and Henry aka Justin Long rented after the dance in Crossroads, which is extremely odd as I would have guessed — once again — that that scene would have been filmed at the above-mentioned Ambassador, as was the case with all of the other hotel room scenes in the movie. The hotel, which used to have a very kitschy feel to it, now appears traditional and run-of-the-mill. I obtained this information from a crew member while I was working as an extra in the movie and I actually thought it was a bit odd being that a vast majority of the flick was lensed at the now-defunct Ambassador Hotel. And, unfortunately, along with that renovation came quite a bit of change. This is supposed to be our wedding day! Have I mentioned change sucks? And while the trout lakes have long since been removed, the hotel now boasts an Olympic-sized swimming pool, numerous ponds and waterfalls, and eight picturesque acres of land. The back lobby, which appeared in the both The Office and Crossroads, can be reached via Coldwater Canyon Avenue.

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