Nicole Haime

Beverly Hills Hotel

Beverly Hills, California

by: Nicole Haime

  • Why

    Pre-Coachella pitstop.

  • When

    April 2015

  • Who

    My confidant.

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Highs + Lows

  • Service is without a doubt the best I have encountered. The staff reminded me what hospitality is all about!

  • Breakfast was superb! Both the Polo Lounge and Fountain Room were delicious.

  • The vibe and essence of the hotel is spot on… the perfect mix of old and new.

  • The pool is like a mini oasis in the middle of Beverly Hills with some pretty great people watching.

  • The landscaping at the hotel was unreal! I didn’t know palm trees could get so big.

  • The bed...

    : 47/50
    • Design

    • Website

    • Life Changing

    • Environmental Consciousness

    • Overall Value

    • Night's Sleep

    • Service

    • Amenities

    • Stealable Stuff

    • Refer a Friend

    Important Bits

    • Type

      Iconic Luxury Hotel

    • Vibe

      Old school luxury meets timeless cool.

    • Location

      Beverly Hills.

    • Rooms

      208

    • Music

      Underwater hits in the pool.

    • Year Opened

      1912

    • Designed By

      Architect Elmer Grey and Interior Designer Hirsch Bedner.

    • Pool/Gym

      Yes and yes.

    • Restaurant

      Yes! The Polo Lounge, Fountain Coffee Room, Cabana Cafe, and Bar Nineteen12.

    • Bar

      Polo Lounge and Bar nineteen12.

    • Minibar

      The basics but all beautifully packaged in the BHH brand.

    • Wifi

      Yes.

    • Children

      Yes.

    • Price

      Pricey, but justifiably so.

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