If you’re visiting Los Angeles and want to stay in the posh neighborhood of Beverly Hills, choosing a hotel can be difficult. There are many great hotels to choose from, each offering its own brand of luxury accommodation and exceptional service. For the best experience possible, make a reservation at one of these three Beverly Hills hotels, which consistently receive high marks from expert reviewers and customers.
Located in a residential area of Beverly Hills, the L’Ermitage Hotel offers a tranquil setting and an array of luxurious amenities. Although it is just a few blocks from the shops of Rodeo Drive, inside L’Ermitage it is an oasis of peace and relaxation. Guests will receive the ultimate in pampering at the hotel’s Amrita Spa, which offers a wide selection of treatments, steam rooms and a heated outdoor pool. Those who do without spa services will appreciate the poolside cabanas and incredible views of the Hollywood Hills. The hotel’s French-Asian fusion restaurant uses local organic produce, and patio diners enjoy a romantic fireplace and illuminated waterfall. High-speed Internet access is free throughout the hotel, and the hotel is pet-friendly, who will love the surrounding tree-lined avenues and nearby park. Nightly room rates typically average $425 and up.
Located away from the busy intersection of Santa Monica Blvd and Wilshire Blvd, The Peninsula Hotel offers old world charm with all the modern conveniences travelers demand romantic rooftop views in Los Angeles. But what really sets the Peninsula apart from Beverly Hills hotels is its commitment to going above and beyond. The hotel’s rooftop pool offers city views and private cabanas that can be reserved in advance. If Peninsula Spa services aren’t your thing, try a workout in the gym or a personal training session of karate, yoga, or pilates. Guests can stop in the hotel’s drawing room for a cup of afternoon tea (accompanied by a live harpist) or sit in front of the fireplace for an evening cocktail. Newly renovated rooms offer free high-speed Internet access, touchscreen climate controls, DVD players, fax machines, and marble bathrooms with separate tubs and showers. Pets are welcome at this luxury hotel, within walking distance of Rodeo Drive and Century City Mall. Nightly room rates typically average $450 and up.
This newly renovated boutique hotel is located in the heart of Beverly Hills, just two blocks from Rodeo Drive. Although relatively small in size (less than 50 rooms), the Mosaic is big on style and comfort. The hotel’s flowering plants and yellow and brown color scheme bring the outdoors indoors to create a lush and romantic setting. Weary travelers will appreciate the luxurious bedding, robes, and toiletries in the rooms, which also offer free high-speed Internet access, flat-screen TVs, and the option of in-room massages. A dip in the pool offers refreshment from the warm Los Angeles weather when paired with fresh fruit and complimentary water. Active guests can use the peninsula’s fitness center or walk to a multitude of shops, boutiques, restaurants, and parks. And transportation to some of Los Angeles’s most popular tourist attractions is a doddle with the hotel’s Land Rover chauffeur service,