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Strikingly restored landmark hotel built in 1928 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Full review →
Dignity and refinement—they roll out the red carpet. Not as liberal towards streetwalkers with hearts of gold in the lobby as Pretty Woman made us think, but Richard Gere certainly welcome.
It was given a massive transformation a couple of years back, adding a spa with blue glass sinks and dramatic light effects.
Guests have "easy access to Los Angeles, Hollywood, and Santa Monica" from this E-shaped Italian Renaissance landmark at the intersection of Rodeo Drive and Wilshire Boulevard. Full review →
Overlooking Rodeo Drive, this dignified 1928 hotel has hosted royalty many times and featured prominently in the 1990 movie Pretty Woman.
At dinner, Hollywood's elite packs the hotel's coolly modern steak house, CUT, featuring steaks and sides by Wolfgang Puck and interiors by architect Richard Meier. Full review →
The rooms stay as hip as the clientele, with dark woods and moss-green accents. Make like a star and stroll just outside for a shopping spree at Chanel or Prada on Rodeo Drive. Full review →
The lobby of this stately hotel, a landmark in Beverly Hills since 1928, is outfitted like a Regency/Directoire-era dream, with a trove of gorgeous antiques. Full review →
Iconic glamour, over-the-top service and a Wolfgang Puck restaurant steps from Rodeo Drive. Full review →
The amenities are very much up-to-the-minute, both in the original Italian Renaissance wing and in the newer addition. Full review →
Rooftop pool, numerous A-listers. Full review →
This iconic Beverly Hills hotel is a top luxury pick for business or leisure, families or romance. Full review →
This deluxe hotel is evolving with the times, hosting celebrities and exclusive powwows, entertaining well-heeled business travelers, tourists and even HerbaLife conventions. Full review →
The ornate detailing on this Four Seasons-operated gem...recalls 19th-century French splendor, but recent additions such as a Richard Meier-designed restaurant add 21st-century sophistication. Full review →
As luxurious and understated as a perfectly cut Armani suit, the Beverly Wilshire is, appropriately, just steps from iconic Rodeo Drive boutiques like Versace and Cartier. Full review →
"Impeccable" service from a "staff at the top of its game", plus "gorgeous" rooms and "elegant" suites with outstanding amenities.
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