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Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills
4.6/566 Reviews

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills|1.28km from Beverly Hills
WOW! My wife and I stay at every level of hotels from Best Western To The Roosevelt to Waldorf Astorias...This one impressed. First of all, the Valet was absolutely their for every guest. Non-judgemental about having a motorcycle delivered to their location, they were even curious about the BMW r1800! Travis (I believe his name was, he is the boss) has an incredible crew, as he himself was very pro-active. Friendliest and most responsive valet service I have ever seen! The Front Desk.. Attentive and welcoming. Very knowledgeable and expeditious in their service. As you walk through the beautiful lobby, the front desk is right to your right, along with the concierge (Dave ROCKS!)...no lines (On Memorial Day), and forthrite information. The Food... So delicious, The rooftop dining had a more casual atmosphere, with beautiful view of the Bev Hills Mountains. The menu is delicious, and (relatively) cheap. About $200.00 will get you a ice dinner, dessert and wine. All with great service. They have a new wine manager, at the time this review was written, who is full of knowledge and energy. The first floor restaurant, Espelette, has a new Executive Chef, Stephen..French...Lively personality and loves greeting his guests. My recommendations? Try the Bronzini, both restaurants are superb. The rooftop makes it over potato, with asparagus, while Espelette allows the fish to shine utilizing sides to compliment. The fish in Espelette is dried for 72+ hours, and is full of flavor..The true winner, though is the eggs benedict...OMG the creamiest Hollandaise I have ever had the joy of tasting bar none! The eggs Benedict is served with either ham or salmon, try both! And the service is incredible! The Room... Beautifully appointed with a touch of class..A mattress on the bed worthy of this level hotel..And maid service multiple times a day, and on call. So you never come back to a messy room! 24 hour in room dining... The Bad.. The only issues we ran into were considered minimal..and IMO, no fault of this property. The reservation people claimed they were at the hotel...they were not..the gave us misinformation, which is par for the course with hilton reservations...a never ending battle. And the house car did not show for the pick-up..the concierge said that the driver had called wondering where we were, and we called wondering where he was! I still give this property 5/5.

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The Mosaic Hotel Beverly Hills
4/5101 Reviews

The Mosaic Hotel Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills|1.16km from Beverly Hills
We recently visited The Mosaic for a two-night stay. The location of the hotel was excellent, on a quiet street just off Wilshire and a stone's throw from The Peninsula where we had business. Our room itself was fine, and quite reasonably priced by Beverly Hill standards. However, the room was right next to the elevator and directly across from the housekeeping station, which disappointed us considering that the hotel did not seem to be hosting very many guests during our stay. Couldn't we have been assigned a different room? Accordingly, it was noisy outside our room, particularly in the AM with the housekeeping staff doing their thing and the trash pickup outside on Monday morning. Speaking of housekeeping, we did not receive any housekeeping during our stay, and we were never informed that we would not be nor were we asked if we might like to have housekeeping during our stay. In addition, we booked a room rate as part of which we were to receive breakfast, but I don't think the restaurant/bar was even open during most of our visit, a fact that nobody mentioned to us when we checked in. And, we were charged a mandatory ”urban bundle fee” of $30 plus tax per day which was said to include a complimentary welcome drink (which we did not receive) and ”other valued added amenities” to which I have no idea what they are referring to because as far as I can tell we got nothing. And finally, we were charged $50 daily for parking which was neither valet nor was it even secured parking. So, all in all, not a bad place to stay location wise, but I do not like it when a hotel makes promises that they can't keep and doesn't even have the courtesy to tell you about it or apologize for their shortcomings.

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Hotel del Flores
2.6/5102 Reviews
As a woman travelling alone my main concern is safety at night. This hotel has old worn furniture, dirty carpets, non working TV's and rusted bath tubs, but honestly I am never in so I don't really care as the position was favorable for my business trip. SAFETY IS A BIG CONCERN in this hotel. ALL the staff leaves at 8 pm, leaving the hotel completely unguarded all night. In addition, the front door does not lock by itself, the client needs to turn around and manually close it, well you know how many people don't do it right ? This morning I got up for my meeting and there was a homeless man in the lobby. During the night someone tried to violently open my door, I yelled at them and luckily they left. Now there is yelling in the hallway, people knocking on doors and running in the hallway. It should not be allowed that people run a hotel like this. You purchase a room with the expectation of safety, which here is not guaranteed, If you are a woman travelling alone stay away from this place.
The Peninsula Beverly Hills
4.8/575 Reviews
The style of the old hotel is excellent. The location is average, go to the shopping street for ten minutes. The breakfast room, garden, and lobby are small, but the service is really good, waiting for free drinks, snacks. The rooms are comfortable and beautiful, especially the bathrooms on the peninsula are always so comfortable
Sixty Beverly Hills
3.7/5104 Reviews
The whole is OK, and there is no way to compare with the domestic, it is also the domestic standard.
The Mosaic Hotel Beverly Hills
4/5101 Reviews
We recently visited The Mosaic for a two-night stay. The location of the hotel was excellent, on a quiet street just off Wilshire and a stone's throw from The Peninsula where we had business. Our room itself was fine, and quite reasonably priced by Beverly Hill standards. However, the room was right next to the elevator and directly across from the housekeeping station, which disappointed us considering that the hotel did not seem to be hosting very many guests during our stay. Couldn't we have been assigned a different room? Accordingly, it was noisy outside our room, particularly in the AM with the housekeeping staff doing their thing and the trash pickup outside on Monday morning. Speaking of housekeeping, we did not receive any housekeeping during our stay, and we were never informed that we would not be nor were we asked if we might like to have housekeeping during our stay. In addition, we booked a room rate as part of which we were to receive breakfast, but I don't think the restaurant/bar was even open during most of our visit, a fact that nobody mentioned to us when we checked in. And, we were charged a mandatory ”urban bundle fee” of $30 plus tax per day which was said to include a complimentary welcome drink (which we did not receive) and ”other valued added amenities” to which I have no idea what they are referring to because as far as I can tell we got nothing. And finally, we were charged $50 daily for parking which was neither valet nor was it even secured parking. So, all in all, not a bad place to stay location wise, but I do not like it when a hotel makes promises that they can't keep and doesn't even have the courtesy to tell you about it or apologize for their shortcomings.
The Beverly Hilton
4.3/5119 Reviews
My wife and I stayed here for a few nights on a baby moon before heading to Palm Springs. Really enjoyed this hotel. The bed was comfortable, we were in a nice Jr. suite with a sitting area, huge marble bathroom, and a great palm tree view. Breakfast was really good - espcially with our status which made it basically free and the location (definitely need a car - it's LA, afterall) felt safe and nice. Downside was that there were 2 events the night we arrived - seemingly schmancy - which made the hotel a bit busier that one might like. That said, no noise made it up to our room, thankfully. Overall, would definitely stay again.
The Maybourne Beverly Hills
4.7/555 Reviews
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There is no civilian airport in this city. You can visit a nearby city first, and then head to Beverly Hills using other means of transportation. It's easy to travel by bus in Beverly Hills. There are buses to surrounding cities available every day.

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The most popular attractions for tourists in Beverly Hills are Ace Gallery Beverly Hills, Two Rodeo Drive.

Average seasonal TemperatureNight

• Spring: 57.78°F during the day, 45.95°F at night

• Summer: 78.76°F during the day, 68.27°F at night

• Autumn: 88.16°F during the day, 77.13°F at night

• Winter: 63.9°F during the day, 52.2°F at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 34.42126 cm

• Summer: 42.964565 cm

• Autumn: 28.948818 cm

• Winter: 39.318897 cm

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