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The Westin Bayshore

TV show Lucifer (2016)
The Westin Bayshore was used twice in Lucifer for the purposes of the series.
The Westin Bayshore Vancouver
The Westin Bayshore Vancouver - Photo credit: GoToVan on Flickr

“Therapy twice in one day. So L.A. of me.”

Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis)

In the eighth episode of the first season, Lucifer and Chloe (Lauren German) investigate the murder of psychiatrist Bernard Shaw. The Westin Bayshore has very little detail.

It is in the sixth episode of the third season that the locations are much more exploited. The beautiful lobby and glass structure is seen when Lucifer and Ella (Aimee Garcia) are in Las Vegas investigating the disappearance of Candy (Lindsey Gort).

The name of the fictitious hotel, La Marida, is then revealed. All traces of The Westin Bayshore are erased, making us believe in a little escapade in Sin City, the city of sin.

50.000

Tom Ellis gets $50,000 per episode to play the lord of the underworld.

Scene at The Westin Bayshore in Lucifer
Scene at The Westin Bayshore in Lucifer. Photo credit: FOX and Netflix
Scene at The Westin Bayshore in Lucifer
Scene at The Westin Bayshore in Lucifer. Photo credit: FOX and Netflix
Scene at The Westin Bayshore in Lucifer
Scene at The Westin Bayshore in Lucifer. Photo credit: FOX and Netflix
Scene at The Westin Bayshore in Lucifer
Scene at The Westin Bayshore in Lucifer. Photo credit: FOX and Netflix

The Westin Bayshore

The Westin Bayshore, a Marriott hotel, was built in 1961 as The Bayshore Inn.

It is the lower part that was first erected. Later, in 1970, the tower was added to allow the hotel to increase its capacity to 499 rooms.

In 1972, then-fugitive billionaire Howard Hughes moved into the penthouse on the top floor of the hotel for 6 months.

Redeveloped in 2015 after a record-breaking $290 million sale, the property is now one of the country’s premier hotels.

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By Damien Duarte

Friday, October 8, 2021

Passionné par la culture pop depuis son enfance, ses références vont de Donald Duck à Batman en passant par Marty McFly. Fantripper dans l'âme, voyager sur les traces de Ghostbusters, James Bond ou des héros de romans comme Cotton Malone fait partie d'un séjour idéal et réussi !

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