Boutique Hotels in Beverly Hills
Generally smaller in size and distinctly designed, no two boutique hotels are the same. From reimagined historic buildings with modern interiors to characteristic rooms complete with exclusive guest benefits, boutique hotels offer guests a unique travel experience in an intimate setting. Browse our list of the top five must-stay boutique properties in Beverly Hills.
Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills
Located at the southern tip of Beverly Hills sits Avalon Hotel, a historic hotel which Marilyn Monroe called home for nearly two years and was featured in an episode of I Love Lucy. Today, the hotel has been reimagined by American designer, Kelly Wearstler, who maintained the timeless mid-century modern feel to evoke a relaxed California ambience. Alongside its 84 deluxe rooms and American restaurant, Viviane, the hotel offers a variety of wellness amenities, from in-room spa services, a well-equipped 24/7 gym, personal fitness training to poolside yoga and Pilates classes.
The Crescent Hotel
Those looking for chic accommodations with artful charm might consider checking into The Crescent Hotel, located two blocks from iconic Rodeo Drive. The hotel’s 35 renovated rooms strike a balance between the glamour of 1920s Hollywood and contemporary design. Each guest of The Crescent can admire the works of many artists in the hotel’s rotating art collection, and is welcomed with a buffet breakfast, luxurious toiletries, steam and ironing wardrobe services, a full service bar and more. For dining, guests can enjoy The Crescent’s lively indoor lounge or a delectable al fresco meal on the palm-lined terrace.
Originally the home for Hollywood actresses, Lillian and Dorothy Gish, Maison 140 has become the ideal hotel for guests seeking inviting accommodations in an intimate setting. A Kelly Wearstler designed space, the hotel offers 32 romantic rooms, featuring Parisian-inspired furnishings and custom-made European fixtures placed alongside Asian antiques and gilded armchairs. Each guest room includes toiletries by Neil George, Italian linens, bathrobes and more. To top it off, guests can enjoy hand-crafted cocktails inside Maison 140’s speakeasy-style bar, Bar Noir. Just a few steps away, guests can also take a dip in the Mosaic Pool, located at the hotel’s sister property, Mosaic Hotel.
The Mosaic Hotel
Sister property to Maison 140, The Mosaic Hotel offers modern luxury accented by amenities like Blvgari toiletries offered in their 49 sleekly redesigned hotel rooms. Guest rooms are outfitted with contemporary and vibrant interiors, accented by whimsical artwork adorning the walls. Treat yourself to a tapas-style dinner of California cuisine at their dining room or relax in one of their four cabanas by the grand-piano shaped pool. Those desiring next level luxury should consider checking into The Mosaic Hotel’s Pool Suite, an exclusive two-bedroom suite with its own private entrance, dining room, living area and a beautiful 75-foot terrace overlooking the pool.
Located just two blocks from Rodeo Drive, this eastern-inspired oasis provides guests with serene comfort after an eventful day of shopping. Recharge with the in-room Lavazza espresso machine, before tackling the nightlife of the Golden Triangle or enjoy dinner at the hotel’s restaurant, P.S. Beverly Hills, which features an appetizing combination of Indian and Italian food. Guests at the Sirtaj Hotel can enjoy the use of their own tablet that allows them to easily request a variety of room services from in-room dining to checking out at the end of their stay.
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Revised February 10, 2021