Beverly Hills

Chic Boutique

Beverly Hills’ boutique hotels are truly one-of-a-kind, offering an intimate atmosphere that caters to a variety of guests who may shy away from larger hotels, but desire unique experiences. From reimagined historic properties that were once home to classic Hollywood royalty to charming, contemporary accommodations with lavish amenities, no two boutique hotels are the same.

Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills

Located at the southern end of the city, Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills is a historic hotel that Marilyn Monroe once called home for nearly two years. Today, the property has been reimagined by American designer, Kelly Wearstler, who maintains the timeless mid-century modern feel to evoke a relaxed California ambience. Rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, imported linens, sustainable bath amenities, Jambox Bluetooth speakers and more. In the center of it all sits the hotel’s hourglass-shaped pool and private cabanas, which also serve as seating for the hotel’s restaurant, Viviane, which offers a California take on classic European and American cuisine, with 1950s-inspired seasonal cocktails.

Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills is a historic hotel that Marilyn Monroe once called home for nearly two years.

Crescent Hotel

Those looking for chic accommodations with artful charm might consider the Crescent Hotel, located two blocks from iconic Rodeo Drive. The hotel’s 35 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 or borrow books from the library. Guests may also enjoy a buffet breakfast, luxurious toiletries, steam and ironing wardrobe services, a full-service bar and more.

Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel

As the only hotel situated on prestigious Rodeo Drive, Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel offers a stylish blend of modern décor and sophisticated Southern California style. This Beverly Hills chic boutique hotel features spaces inspired by famed designer Vincente Wolf, and unmatched access to the world-class shopping, dining and entertainment of Rodeo Drive as well as the city’s business district, the Golden Triangle.

Maison 140

Originally the home of Hollywood silent movie 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. Guests can enjoy hand-crafted cocktails at Maison 140’s speakeasy-style bar, Bar Noir. Just a few steps away, guests are invited to take a dip in the Mosaic Pool, located at the hotel’s sister property, Mosaic Hotel.

Mosaic Hotel

Sister property to Maison 140, Mosaic Hotel Beverly Hills offers modern luxury accented by the luxurious amenities offered in their 49 sleekly-designed guest rooms, such as BVLGARI® toiletries and personal Nespresso® machines. Rooms are outfitted with contemporary and vibrant interiors, accented by whimsical artwork adorning the walls. The hotel’s restaurant features California cuisine, offering full breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, as well as a weekday happy hour of small bites and drinks to enjoy indoors or al fresco. Guests may also relax in one of four cabanas by the grand-piano shaped pool.

Sirtaj Hotel

Located just one block from Beverly Hills’ trendy South Beverly Drive, this eastern-inspired boutique property provides guests with understated comfort after an eventful day of shopping and other activities. Enjoy a meal at the Sirtaj Hotel’s restaurant and bar, which features appetizing Indian cuisine, along with hand-crafted cocktails and a selection of beer and wine. For breakfast, Sirtaj Restaurant offers classic American plates, such as pancakes, French toast and create-your-own omelets. Guests can enjoy the use of their own in-room tablet which allows them to easily request a variety of room services from in-room dining to check-out at the end of their stay.

SIXTY Beverly Hills

Located within walking distance from Rodeo Drive and its luxury flagship stores, sits the sleek and modern SIXTY Beverly Hills. Guests looking for a complete workout have the opportunity to book a personal training session with world renowned boxing champion and celebrity personal trainer, Danny Musico. The hotel’s rooftop amenities include a refreshing pool with stunning views of the Hollywood Hills, and the trendy Above SIXTY lounge, serving small bites and specialty cocktails. Downstairs at Caulfield’s Bar & Dining Room, full breakfast, lunch and dinner menus offers guests even more of a reason to stay on site to enjoy all that the hotel offers.




Begin the day with a nourishing meal on South Beverly Drive at one of its quaint breakfast spots, such as Urth Caffé or Coral Tree Café. For some French fare, Chaumont Bakery & Café has sweet and savory pastries, as well as drinks that are both picture-perfect and delicious.

Feeling crafty? Head to Color Me Mine and get in touch with your inner artist. Try your hand at painting pottery and create your own memento to take back home.

For the outdoor enthusiasts, Bikes and Hikes L.A, a full-service bike/hike tour company, can show you some of Beverly Hills’ best kept secrets both on its main streets and in its high-profile neighborhoods. For those who prefer seeing Beverly Hills in a more meditative way, ALO Yoga offers rooftop classes to practice Hatha or Vinyasa yoga. Afterward, shop their high-performance line of maximum quality, innovative fabrics and on-trend styling. 


Now that you have worked up an appetite, walk to Gratitude Kitchen + Bar for a menu that focuses on plant-based dishes such as its raw pad Thai kelp noodle salad or choose from one of their bowls. Nearby, Comoncy Café or The Farm of Beverly Hills offer innovative American cuisine with an emphasis on local ingredients.

Spend time shopping at the stores along Beverly and Canon Drives that are filled with national chains and one-of-a-kind boutiques where you’ll find something for every style and budget. Stops should include; maje, James Perse, Alice + Olivia, WEST, Anthropologie, & Other Stories and Ba&sh.

Refuel at one of the city’s coffee spots such as Alfred Coffee & Tea Room, Blue Bottle Coffee or Greendoor. Afterward, indulge in a sweet treat from Sprinkles’ Cupcake ATM—featuring favorites such as Red Velvet, Banana Peanut Butter and more.

After all of the activities, your feet might want a little spa action at BAO Foot Spa or a quick massage at Alchemy 43 or Tomoko Spa which takes a Japanese healing approach to massage. Next head over to Striiike or LMG Studio for the finishing touches on a fun night out.


Famous chefs and amazing food is what Beverly Hills boasts. Don’t miss the opportunity to dine at Curtis Stone’s Maude, or walk over to Il Cielo Italian Restaurant for a romantic evening, or check out SUGARFISH for some of the finest sushi.

Enjoy a nightcap at Wally’s Vinoteca or Heritage Fine Wines or head over to Bar Noir at Maison 140 hotel for a more intimate, swanky cocktail lounge.