Five years ago, on the eve of the Grammys, came the shocking news that music superstar Whitney Houston was found dead in her hotel suite at the Beverly Hilton.
Her body was pulled from the bath tub after she was found face down with drugs nearby.
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So what happened to that now infamous hotel room at the Beverly Hilton?
Whitney Houston was an icon with a huge following so you would think that room might become a magnet for tourists but the hotel made sure that didn't happen.
A YouTube video shows a fan searching for Houston's room weeks after her death and discovers the number 434 has been removed.
The $500 a night suite was reportedly taken out of rotation after the hotel was overwhelmed by requests from guests to stay there.
But it was recently discovered that room 434 is back.
The Beverly Hilton said: "Out of respect to the family and fans of Whitney, all original content and furnishings of the guest room where she stayed were removed and the space has been thoroughly refreshed."
When Anna Nicole Smith died from prescription drug overdose ten years ago at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel in Hollywood, Florida, that hotel had a similar dilemma - how to keep curious fans away.
It was 607 but now it's 609 and they even completely remodeled the room.
These are two hotel rooms forever haunted by the stars who spent their final moments there.