My room /suite was absolutely girgeous especially the bathroom.
All the staff were extremely friendly and helpful and went out of their way to get us what we needed, when we needed it.
Only problem was the confusion over paying for breakfast as we had 'inclusive' but they said breakfast had to be paid for. After a long discussion with several members of staff, going higher up the chain, they removed the breakfast charge. All very cordial and polite but I had to insist!
A bit annoying.
A weekend trip with my daughter and Aunt for shopping and sightseeing in Beverly Hills and Los Angeles. The location is perfect, the staff is phenomenal. The Beverly Wilshire knows great guest service!!
The bungalows were old and charming. The courtyard around the pool is filled with plants, lighting and multiple small seating areas. The rooms are small but adequate, could have been cleaner. Nice french doors that open to the pool. Hotel staff was nice. We walked to Sunset Blvd for clubs and dining.
Got off to a rocky start as odour in the room I was assigned made it inhabitable. Room I was given was lower grade than I paid for. Staff did an excellent job making up for issues. Free breakfasts, great room the next night and a $50 refund for first night. They were proactive and followed through which turned a bad experience into a good one.
Overall this is a reasonably-priced boutique hotel in the heart of Beverly Hills if you don't want to blow your brains out on higher end places in the area.
Multimillion-dollar mansions flank Beverly Hills’ palm-lined streets. Lifestyles of the rich and famous are on full view on Rodeo Drive’s boutiques, from Armani to Zegna. Not coincidentally, the Melrose District east of Beverly Hills has excellent secondhand shops. Many up-and-coming design studios are based in Melrose. Nearby, West Hollywood, or WeHo, is the epicenter of Los Angeles gay life.