Named for Taylor’s 1965 movie The Sandpiper

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In 1965’s The Sandpiper, Elizabeth Taylor’s character falls for a married man—played by her real life husband, Richard Burton. One can imagine the two escaping to spend time together in this intimate suite, which opens onto Casa Kimberly’s courtyard and the lozenge-shaped pool, restored to be exactly as it was when Taylor and Burton lounged and swam there.

The impressive Colonial-style king-size bed has an inlaid bone motif and features hand-turned posts. An Oriental rug and select antiques finesse the suite. In the bath, clerestory windows give the shower, lined with handmade ceramic tiles, light and privacy, and the rainfall-style showerhead assures a luxuriant experience.

  • King sized bed
  • Rainfall shower
  • 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