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Home / Watch Local, Get Fit: A Tribute to the Millennium Biltmore Hotel’s Pool & Fitness Room
The Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles Hotel opened in 1923 and its fitness room has everything: treadmills, Robert De Niro stalking Wesley Snipes, a Roman Style in-door pool, Harvey Keitel in a fedora, weight machines, wealthy high school teenagers acting like they are in 18th century France, a sauna, a 1956 Jaguar Roadster, Bitter Sweet Symphony by Verve, Benicio del Toro playing baseball, a collection of stationary bikes and a middle-aged Elliott Gould.
Join us this month for films that celebrate this historic pool and fitness room: CRUEL INTENTIONS, THE FAN and BUGSY
$8.00 (member) ; $13.00 (general admission)
Los Feliz 3: ‘Watch Local, Get Fit: A Tribute to the Millennium Biltmore Hotel’s Pool & Fitness Room’
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