The Beverly Hills Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

9641 Sunset Blvd, Beverly Hills, California, 90210-2938, United States

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95%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
10%
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Average
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Poor
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10

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 67% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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    Classic Beverly Hills

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    The Beverly Hills Hotel is the embodiment of everything old hollywood; class, elegance, and luxury. The pink castle in the hills has housed celebrities, politicians models, and international royalty...names include John F. Kennedy, Elizabeth Taylor & Richard Burton, Charlie Chaplin, Rudolph Valentino, Spencer Tracy, Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Aristotle Onassis, and the Duke of Windsor. The grounds, pristine. The service, phenomanal.

    Polo Lounge restaurant, a watering hole for Hollywood stars since its inception. In fact, legend has it that the Polo Lounge originally got its name because Will Rogers and his movie star friends (such as Douglas Fairbanks and Spencer Tracy) used to play weekend polo games up at Rogers' ranch above Sunset, and after the games the group would cool off at the hotel lounge. The Lounge has also been the scene of countless mega deals: when Paramount was bought out by Gulf & Western the deal was struck at the Polo Lounge. Zsa Zsa Gabor signed her first movie contract here. Jean Harlow played tennis here. Frank Sinatra, Bill Clinton, Sir Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson... you name 'em, they've been here.

    The Polo Lounge remains a popular spot for the Hollywood crowd, and you can still spot movie stars here today (although most of them choose to sit inside the restaurant, not on the sunny patio). The menu still offers a classic Neil McCarthy salad, named after the polo-playing millionaire, and the best kobe beef burger in town.

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The Beverly Hills Hotel

by Joeplaboem

For those who can afford a stay do it it will be a lifetime experience. Of course i am not the one who could afford a stay there, but visiting the hotel and become American Gigolo in your dreams is possible.
Just enjoy the luxury of this mythic place

Great Hotel,Nice Splurge!

by TripAdvisor Member napatree

We stayed here for one night, 3/16. We usually don't go this "high end" but like an occasional treat. The Beverly Hills Hotel fits the bill! We stayed in bungalow. The room was very nice. Big bed with great linens. The bathroom was awesome. Everybody from the valet to the front desk to housekeeping was friendly and helpful. Being "just tourists", we never felt out of place or that the service was "snooty" in any way. We had a drink in the Polo Lounge,great bartender. We had breakfast at the Fountain Coffee Shop. Fresh squeezed juice while you wait. We couldn't fit in a swim,but the pool with cabana's looked great. It WAS a splurge for us,but worth it!!!

Simply Superb!

by TripAdvisor Member Stajo12

From the initial phone contact (called in the evening, the night before we hoped to stay), our experience with The Beverly Hills Hotel was superb. Reservations staff were excellent -- took our names, our childrens' names and ages (even said that, since it was holiday season they *might* have something special for the girls). Recommended the best package for our stay (Breakfast in Beverly Hills), gave us tips for spotting stars ... also very clearly explained the price ($375/night) and the taxes (an additional 15%!!).

The room (delux room, 2 double beds) was beautifully appointed (plasma TV, stereo, fantastic linens, bathrobes for each member of the family, note addressed to the girls and cookies laid out for them!). Really a wonderful, elegant experience. The staff were friendly and outgoing, each person we met had lots of information and plenty of tips. They knew our names and our preferences.

Downside? Expensive. We ordered 1 pot of coffee, 1 glass of orange juice and 1 glass of whole milk -- $26.00 before tip. On the upside there, it was delivered in less than 10 minutes.

If the money isn't prohibitive, I highly *highly* recommend.

Just Okay

by TripAdvisor Member Jane32655

We just returned from a 2 night stay at the Beverly Hills Hotel and our experience was somewhat mixed. The best aspect of our stay was that our room was exceptionally clean - probably the cleanest room we've ever stayed in. The room itself was fine, but not great. The bed was fairly comfortable and the linens were fine. The service at this hotel was not good at all. The worst service came from the valet parking staff. They completely ignored us most of the time and we didn't feel comfortable leaving our nice car unattended so we had to wait and wait for someone to get around to acknowledging us. The front desk staff was very neutral - definitely not warm or service-oriented, but they didn't have an attitude either. We also received poor service in the Fountain Grill restaurant. I had a treatment in the La Prairie Spa in the hotel. It was nice and the service at the spa was great, but I've had much better elsewhere and I would not go back. All in all, I prefer the St. Regis over this hotel (if only they weren't closing this month).

Fabulous Service

by TripAdvisor Member asha

We recently stayed at the Beverly Hills hotel. Initially i thought it was a bit old fashioned but then realised that is part of the charm.

The room was HUGE and we had a regular room. View was rubbish but to be honest i wasn't too bothered (but incase you are it was room 239) We paid a really good rate 305$. Breakfast is in a diner style room or the fabulous Polo lounge.
The thing that really set this hotel apart for me was the service it was amongst some of the best i have ever received. Not a trace of snotty attitude every single member of staff were helpfull and pleasant.
They also have a limo that will take you to places within a 3 mile radious, this is very nice and just adds to the experience.

We will definately stay here again, maybe i will pay that tad extra and get a better view or just ask them to switch rooms next time i am sure it would not be a problem. I did read some where that this hotel is for the "older crowd" well i saw a mixture (am in my early 30's) i really think it appeals to everyone.

Almost too nice...seemed surreal!

by TripAdvisor Member hyperchickmom

We are just a middle class family from Long Island, NY...not use to the high society of Beverly Hills, but wanted to try it for one night. When we first arrived, we were greeted by several employees, all very nice...our room was not ready yet (we were alittle early) we had tea and coffee in the "tea room" which had a piano player and fireplace. Very nice...but approx $20 for tea, coffee and a soda for my son. Very nice, but it almost seemed too nice. All the employees would smile and say hello Mr./Mrs...etc...It was very quiet as we stayed here in November, slow season...In the basement, are all the shops, beauty salon, spa, gym, Fountain Coffee shop., so it felt alittle closed in. But very very nice. Our room was nice with a walk-in closet, comfortable bed, gorgeous bathroom...a tiny tv in the bathroom. When they brought up our bags, they asked permission to enter our room and asked if we needed anything, to have our bags unpacked?!! We said no thankyou and heard the one young man say to the other, boy, this was easy...Do rich people really demand and expect so much? Anyway, the best part about staying here, was that you can get a free limo ride to any location within 2 miles of the hotel...so of course, we took advantage of the babysitting service (very pricey $17 per hr, 4 hr min) since we had to go out somewhere for dinner nearby...that was nice! Then we received alittle tour afterwards of the area...The area is simply beautiful! Back at the hotel we decided to go in the hot tub outside by the pool area...hey, we're from NYC, it was not too cold for us!
Tea was sent to us and it was really really nice...
Not a place we would probably stay again, but is was an experience that you might like to have once...

Beverly Hills

by chesterridenour

"Beverly Hills"

Drove by the Beverly Hills Hotel ... should have gone inside, but didn't

Here at the intersection of Rodeo Drive and _______ (some other famous street i don't remember) :)

The main shopping street with its fancy shops, expensive cars, palm trees. Everything was white and seemed almost surreal.

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to do in Beverly Hills

by frankwhite

Hi folks, staying at Beverly Hill wilshire in 2 weeks. Was there once on business and walking around from there I actually didn't see that many restaurants/bars, though lots of stores. Going with my wife this time-is there some area that I am missing? Also realizing everything is expensive but still what would you recommend for relative value for dinner/drinks.

Last question-rent a convertable in mid september?

Re: to do in Beverly Hills

by HarmoniousBotch

rent a convertable in mid september?

Yes. There's no better time. The weather is guaranteed to be nice.

Re: to do in Beverly Hills

by travelgourmet

Beverly Hills is convertible country. If you like the top down and let the wind blow through your hair or lack of, depending on style, then this is the place to be, and be seen. High on the look at me list, is the convertible, and everyone is looking in 90210. The restaurants are hiding inside the hotels. Check out the Peninsula Beverly Hills, Belvedere for the creme de la creme of dining gourmet. Also the best Sunday Brunch. The power lounge at the Polo Lounge of the Beverly Hills Hotel for lunch. Of course, the Regent Beverly Wilshire feels that the name of their restaurant is not important, because the hotel sits at Wilshire and Rodeo, and that in itself is sufficient, so it is just the "the Dining Room". Their is no value in Beverly Hills, only what you desire and the means to obtain it. Now, if you want to enjoy excellent food and a drink or two, both at value and still gourmet, try the La Cienega Strip between Sunset and Wilshire for some interesting dining and night spots.

Re: to do in Beverly Hills

by wiamy

rent a convertable in mid september?
-yes, sure when you are in local area. but avoid on freeway esp 405 and near the airport region as the area is the most air polluted. remember to put on sunblock before you drive.
drive to santa monica for a romantic sunset view on the beach.

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Address: 9641 Sunset Blvd, Beverly Hills, California, 90210-2938, United States