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This Mediterranean-inspired landmark hotel has everything going for it: an iconic restaurant, the largest spa in the neighborhood, a rooftop pool, and seriously prime Beverly Hills placement. Full review →
Like visiting your posh friend's estate. Gorgeous Spanish-Colonial revival style, 55 swish rooms, and whiskies that might set you back a couple of grand.
If it's an old-school kind of place you're after, perfect for traditional afternoon tea, you've come to the right spot.
In the heart of Beverly Hills shopping, this Spanish colonial hotel with "impeccable design and style" is an homage to Southern California estates of the 1920s and ’30s. Full review →
Book one of the Garden suites, with terraces overlooking the picturesque courtyard garden rather than the bustling streets. Full review →Be sure to stop by Georgie, the first west coast restaurant from famed New York's chef Geoffrey Zakarian.
Rates match the seemingly endless list of amenities, including butler service for suites, a two-story spa with mineral water pool, plush bedding, and a rooftop pool and lounging area. Full review →
The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Montage Beverly Hills is the pinnacle of decadence that has come to represent the neighborhood. Full review →
This resort has it all: beautiful rooms, top-notch service, an excellent spa, and a rooftop restaurant and pool with sweeping views of the city. Full review →
Sister property of the famed Montage Laguna Beach, this elegant hotel welcomes guests with a contemporary take on classic Spanish Colonial architecture. Full review →
Plush Spanish colonial décor blends well with high-tech features (electronically controlled lights and drapes, huge LCD televisions, and iPod docking stations). Full review →
Urban oasis with Spanish Colonial style, a cool rooftop pool and one of California’s best spas. Full review →
Of course, the real attraction is Thomas Keller’s new restaurant, Bouchon. Full review →
This 201-room luxury hotel located in the heart of upscale Beverly Hills is elegant in every way, from the Spanish Colonial-inspired architecture to the spacious, sumptuous rooms. Full review →
Everyone seems able to find their comfort zone here: celebrities, conventioneers, individuals and even wedding parties. Full review →
This favoured property ranks high among Beverly Hills's hotels, though its strongest asset is not fame Full review →
The rooms don't quite have the wow factor of the public areas, but they're luxurious, with plush furnishings and marble and mosaic-tiled bathrooms. Full review →
On a prime swath of Los Angeles real estate, this Spanish-style 201-room hotel mixes old-Hollywood touches with modern glam. Full review →
"When you want to feel special", this "gorgeous" "getaway" "is the place to go", thanks to "fabulous" restaurants and accommodations featuring free WiFi.