NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Here's a bit of pop culture bound to make many people feel old: The movie Pretty Woman is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
The romantic comedy about a relationship between a wealthy businessman and a call girl was Julia Roberts' breakout role, and the movie became a cultural phenomenon, putting shopping on Rodeo Drive and the luxurious Beverly Wilshire Hotel on full display so we could drool and daydream.
The hotel has developed various experiences to commemorate this silver anniversary for die-hard fans or those who simply enjoy luxurious living.
If you don't have the deep pockets Richard Gere's character did in the movie, there is the budget option of popping into the hotel's bar, The Blvd., and ordering its Pretty Woman cocktail. After savoring your drink, take a selfie with the displayed replica of the stunning red gown Roberts so famously wore in the movie.
There are also daylong spa experiences tied to the theme, as well as entire shopping-oriented stays.
The Pretty Woman for a Day packages are available for various price ranges — the most expensive of which includes staying in the Pretty Woman Suite (also known as the Presidential Suite), a personal shopping consultation and chauffeured Rolls-Royce transportation to Greystone Mansion for a romantic picnic.
"We've always enjoyed our relationship with the movie and consider it to be a bit of fun," says Beverly Wilshire Regional Vice President and General Manager Ben Trodd.
A full 25 years after the movie's release, people still come into the hotel asking about its ties to Pretty Woman.