"Great hotel, great location
Do not go to Breeze!"
The accommodations were excellent! All the staff from the front desk to housekeeping was great.
Great hotel in a great, safe location with excellent shopping across the street!
However we were so disappointed in the Breeze restaurant. We paid for a expensive dinner and the food was bland and horrible! I deeply regret paying so much for dinner that was so unpleasant. Though the service was excellent, the tasteless New York strip and salmon couldn't make up for it. I had the baked potato with my 10 oz New York strip. The potato must have been cooked yesterday! Usually a baked potato at a reputable restaurant should come out steaming and fluffy; the baked potato served that night was stale and dried! The butter barely melted! I do not mind paying for a nice dinner but this experience was very regrettable!
Liked this place a lot. Did appreciate their upgrading us to a larger room after I found our ground floor room rather dark and without a light or table on one side of the bed. The optical motif in the carpet and furnishings is clever, but a bit too much and made me a little dizzy and queasy from time to time. The staff is lovely, and the bistro right off the lobby is great. Hope to visit the rooftop bar next time. We checked it out, but the bar up there was closed. The view is beautiful.
We arrived and were greeted by David at the front desk. He was very professional and friendly. He made us feel very welcome and cared for. We had a nice view of the Hollywood hills. The hotel was very nice, updated and modern. We dined in the restaurant. It was good not great. The drinks were excellent. The flatbread was very good for a hotel and hit the spot when we were tired and didn't want to go out. The rest of the staff were very attentive and friendly. Really enjoyed our stay. Will definitely be back.
From the front desk and concierges to the bed and room and even pillow comfort, pergect central location that permits everthing from hiking Runyin Canyon and the Hollywod sign to wxploring Beverly Hills homes and shooping Rodeo Drive, Sals and Niemans, to getting to the beach to bike from Samta Monica to Venice and the canals to a drive to Malibu, this hotel is the perfect spot. Loved every minute so that the sometimes slow or confused outdoor breakfast dining was just fine.
Lovely hotel. Nice spacious room. The breakfast which was included was very good with a nice variety of items available. Great quality pastries and delicious fresh fruit. As we had a very late flight to catch, the hotel looked after our luggage allowing us the freedom to continue our holiday to the very last minute.
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.