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Slamming pool scene goes off after work for Beverly Hills happy hours working on getting happier.
These days, the Avalon also includes two newer buildings, and the property's style is a hip homage to mid-century-modern style.
This cool Beverly Hills hot spot has intimately lit cabanas that fringe the curvaceous pool.
Interior decorator Kelly Wearstler put her Midas touch on this mid-century Beverly Hills hotel, mixing original classic pieces by George Nelson and Charles Eames with her chic custom designs. Full review →
The first style-conscious boutique hotel on the L.A. scene, this mid-20th-century-inspired gem is located in the heart of Beverly Hills. Full review →If you're a light sleeper, request a room away from the pool area, where the occasional nighttime pool party can get loud.
In 1998, Kor Hotel Group took it over and did a complete renovation, creating a hip retro-fifties-style hotel. Full review →
Midcentury Modern glamazon with chic SoCal sensibility courtesy of Kelly Wearstler and a celeb-studded pool scene. Full review →
Midcentury modern gets a 21st-century spin at this fashion-crowd fave, which was Marilyn Monroe’s old pad in its days as an apartment building. Full review →
Avalon Hotel is a Beverly Hills boutique bolt-hole awash with retro '50s furniture...a vintage hourglass-shaped swimming pool, and a decidedly cool poolside restaurant and cocktail bar. Full review →
Fun, style, and sex appeal. Full review →
Tucked in a modest residential section of the neighborhood, the 84-room hotel is a 15-minute walk to the shops and restaurants of legendary Rodeo Drive. Full review →
A hipster-oriented hotel with cosy rooms and modern furnishings, along with in-room CD players, balconies and internet access (for a fee).
Located at South Canon Drive, a half-mile south of Wilshire Boulevard, this hotel sits in a more down-to-earth section of Beverly Hills that contributes to its moderate rates Full review →
Mediterranean charm abounds at this posh hotel’s restaurant and bar, Oliverio. Full review →
Hidden down a tree-lined street, this hotel’s three separate buildings are all decorated in quirky, Nixon-era style. Full review →
"Step back into '50s Hollywood" at this "fun" Beverly Hills boutique where admirers adore the poolside cabanas, "first-rate" restaurant and "top-notch" bar.