The Beverly Hills Hotel is one of the most luxurious and extravagant overnight destinations in this exclusive part of Los Angeles. Often referred to as the Pink Palace, this famous staple of the LA elite attracts eager visitors from around the world, and often celebrities and other high-profile individuals from the worlds of music, sports, and entertainment.
The location of the Beverly Hills Hotel on Sunset Boulevard only adds to the reputation of the Pink Palace. If you can manage to coax yourself to leave the epicurean surroundings of the hotel, you will find yourself in close proximity to the shopping mecca of Rodeo Drive, Century City, and the Hollywood Studios. There are also amazing nightlife destinations, top-rated restaurants, and some of the finest designer boutiques on the West Coast within walking distance. The Beverly Hills Hotel truly is a paradise in the middle of this exclusive neighborhood in LA. The hotel itself is set on twelve acres of gorgeous tropical gardens and palm trees. Stroll the grounds, visit the boutiques, or take in dining at the hotel, whatever suits your fancy.
Cuisine, as a matter of fact, is one of the biggest draws of the Beverly Hills Hotel. The Polo Lounge is a favorite of local celebrities, who are regularly sighted enjoying breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Hills hotspot. The Cabana Club Café offers a new level of luxuriant relaxation as drinks and food are served poolside. There is also a charming, casual eatery, the Fountain Coffee Room, where guests can order light meals, a latte, or a specialty martini. Bar Nineteen 12, which is divided into a fantastic indoor bar and a large outdoor terrace bar that overlooks the pool and gardens, is a favorite destination of many locals who visit for a nightcap or before heading out to enjoy LA nightlife. The lobby, restaurants, bar, and pool areas in the Beverly Hills Hotel on Sunset Boulevard are in a class all their own.
Beverly Hills Hotel
The décor at the Beverly Hills is stunning, from the elegant lobby to the beautifully appointed guest rooms, to the suites and bungalows. There are 204 guest rooms and suites and 21 completely distinctive bungalows all of which feature amenities such as lush bedding and towels, canopied beds, English sofas, and fluffy throw pillows. Every room has its own works of art and unique palettes of soft colors in the fixtures and patterns that adorn the walls. Flat-screen televisions and stocked mini bars are just a couple of the standard features in every room.
The much more elaborate bungalows all have private access, large living quarters, and expansive bathrooms. One of the bungalows at the famous Beverly Hills Hotel on Sunset Boulevard even has its own private lap pool. Famous past visitors to the fabled Beverly Hills bungalows include Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, and Marlene Dietrich, to name a few. The style and sophistication of the Pink Palace has made this iconic destination one of the most well-known and popular attractions in Los Angeles. It is not often you can say that a hotel can claim such notoriety but the Beverly Hills Hotel has been catering to the Hollywood elite since 1912. Any visit to this luxurious hotel in the middle of Beverly Hills is sure to be a memorable one.