A view toward the Sierra Madre Mountains

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Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor brought one of Shakespeare’s best-known plays to the screen in The Taming of the Shrew, which finds Burton’s Petruccio trying to unleash the softer side of Taylor’s Katharina. This third-floor suite, named for and worthy of the feisty noblewoman, features a hand-carved king-size bed, a beautiful beamed ceiling inset with hand painted tiles, and a gorgeous antique crystal chandelier. In the bath, an antique chest holds the sink, and a domed brick ceiling arches over a raised Jacuzzi which looks toward the Sierra Madre Mountains.

  • King sized bed
  • Private balcony with chaise lounges and additional seating
  • Private in-suite Jacuzzi
  • Ocean View
  • Complimentary daily deluxe continental breakfast delivered to your suite or served in the restaurant
  • Room service 7:30am to 10pm
  • Concierge service 7am to 11pm
  • Air conditioning
  • Flat screen television with Netflix
  • Complimentary high speed Internet
  • Safe deposit box
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • Handmade soap and Bulgari toiletries
  • Radio
  • Alarm clock
  • Hairdryer
  • Cordless phone


  • In suite spa services
  • Tequila tastings
  • Yoga lessons
  • Guided tours
  • Transportation
  • Mini-fridge stocking