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The Peninsula Beverly Hills vs Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles

Both hotels are rated highly by reviewers writing for major publications. On balance, The Peninsula Beverly Hills scores significantly higher than Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles. The Peninsula Beverly Hills scores 91 with recommendations from 19 reviews including Concierge, Rough Guide and Departures.

The Peninsula Beverly Hills
9 / 10
9882 South Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90212
From $635 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Shuttle Bus
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Frommer's
"One of L.A.'s three finest hotels... Has risen above the rest by making ultraservice its hallmark." Full review
Concierge
"Tucked away amid quiet gardens just west of Beverly Hills' main drag, this hotel has the impeccable and invisible service you'd expect from a Peninsula outpost."
Fodor's
"This French Rivera–style palace is a favorite of Hollywood bold-face names, but all kinds of visitors consistently describe their stay as near perfect—though expensive." Full review
Oyster
5.0
"One of the best hotels -- if not the best hotel -- in the entire L.A. area, the Peninsula bills itself, accurately, as an "exclusive oasis"." Full review
DK Eyewitness
"Antiques and artwork grace rooms, suites, and villas, all brimming with high-tech features, including wireless web access and satellite TV."
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Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles
8 / 10
929 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90015
From $199 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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Time Out
"Housed in the former United Artists building, the hotel pays homage to LA's essence—a seamless harmony of California minimalism and downtown LA's signature art deco style." Full review
Star Service
"Located six blocks south of LA Live, Staples Center and the funky and fashionable Figueroa Hotel, this is perhaps the tiny independent Ace chain's best offering to date" Full review
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The Loft Suites are stunning, but avoid views over the noisy and unsightly construction site next door, at least until it is completed.
Gayot
"Design is modern, simple and tasteful --- and in the case of the downtown L.A. Ace, it's also laced with a touch of history."
Zagat
"The hyper-trendy Ace Hotel chain comes to DTLA, taking over the ornate 1927 United Artists Building, with its lobby built to emulate the grand movie palaces of the day."
Frommer's
"The Ace has won awards for its decision to rehab an old 1920s office building rather than pull it down and start anew—in L.A., this kind of thinking is revolutionary." Full review
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