The Beverly Hills Hotel Sunset Boulevard
Beverly Hills, Los Angeles
At a Glance
The iconic Beverly Hill's hotel was the inspiration for the name of the ritzy neighborhood
Ideal for guests looking for a relaxing oasis within easy reach of Los Angeles key attractions
Don't miss the ultimate power-lunch at the Polo Lounge
Have your own celebrity moment on the Beverly Hills Hotel signature red carpet
Newly renovated, the Beverly Hill's pool is the best place to people watch in LAMaudie Tomlinson
Walking down nearby Rodeo Drive is an experience in itself, without even needing to set foot in some of the world's most prestigious and elegant storesScott Dunn team
When walking along the room corridors you'll notice they're distinctly wider than normal, this was to allow the large full skirts that ladies used to wear when the hotel first openedAnna Bleasdale
The hotel's exclusive Polo Lounge is one of "the"places in LA to lunch. Many a movie deal has been struck hereAnna Bleasdale
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To start planning your vacation to The Beverly Hills Hotel Sunset Boulevard
The Beverly Hills Hotel is situated on Sunset Boulevard one of the most prominent streets in Los Angeles. Famous not only for its grand mansions and homes to the stars the area has plenty to offer in the way of galleries, museums, fine restaurants and an exciting nightlife.
Built by Margaret Anderson in 1912 on land developed by Burton Green, the hotel was the first major structure in the area and was named after Green’s home in Beverly Farms, Massachusetts. The surrounding area was later to become the City of Beverly Hills, literally built around the landmark hotel and 100 years on it's one of the most loved hotels of Hollywood's rich and famous. The hotel continues to inspire, even the famed Bungalow 8 nightclub in New York was named after the bungalow suites with interiors replete with palm trees and poolside murals.
Nestled atop 12 acres of gardens the hotel houses 208 rooms and suites and offers the ambience of a city resort with a palm lined pool and public areas reminiscent of timeless Hollywood glamour. Each room and suite offers a variety of unique features such as private garden patios, kitchens, fireplaces, and balconies with gorgeous views of the palm-lined avenues of Beverly Hills.
On the doorstep to some of the world's best shopping, The Beverly Hills Hotel is close to the Golden Triangle, with Rodeo Drive running through the center and bordered by Santa Monica Boulevard and Wilshire Boulevard. Tours of many of the Hollywood studios are easily accessible, and golf enthusiasts will find a number of golf resorts in the area.
The Beverly Hill's Hotel has 210 guest rooms and suites, including 23 one-of-a-kind bungalows. Two presidential bungalows feature private pools and nearly 5,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor living space, creating the largest and most prestigious suites in Los Angeles.
Like the hotel itself, guest rooms are designed to feel spacious, timeless, and comfortably elegant. Distinct Beverly Hills accents – a subdued palette of greens, pinks, apricots and yellows – are used throughout. All furnishings have been custom-designed for the hotel, including armoires, slip-covered or English-style sofas, tufted stools at the foot of canopied beds, comforters of matelasse fabric, velvet throw pillows and art work that ooze old school Hollywood glamour.
The 23 bungalows unfold like individual homes, each with separate entrances, living room, dining room, wood-burning fireplace, and a distinct configuration and décor, including one-of-a-kind furnishings and luxury materials including granite and marble. Many of the bungalow suites are outfitted with piano, Jacuzzi tub, silk bathrobes and treadmill.
Location & Directions
Beverly Hills, Los Angeles
The Beverly Hills Hotel is ideally situated just north of Sunset Boulevard, a short walk from Rodeo Drive in the world’s most coveted zip code – 90210.
When to go
Los Angeles has a year-round climate. Summer (June - September) is the peak-tourist season, this is when the weather is hottest but beaches can be over crowded. January and February are the rainiest months. If you are visiting in May, June or July, watch out for the 'marine layer', a cloudy overcast, almost fog-like cloud which may affect the beach and first mile or so of the coastal strip, especially in the mornings.