"Outstanding location, can walk to Beverly Hills."
We have stayed here several times and always found it to be excellent in all respects. It's unfortunate that the hotel will be closing on March 1. The owner of the property will be tearing down the hotel and building a high rise condo bulding, with, we are told, a small luxury hotel on the first few floors.
Close to everything, shopping, dinning, business , entertainment . Beautifully decorated , nice bar, friendly and extremely helpful staff . Dinning literally 30 seconds away in the sister property Mosaic Hotel. We will go back
I enjoyed having a quick beverage at the bar before shopping and had fun while sitting upon the rooftop to soak up the California sun. I was impressed with room service. I was saddened the tea times were limited throughout the week during construction of the restaurant but excited to return when they complete it.
Nice value for price, good location. Hotel staff was pleasant, my only complaint is I wish they had free parking for their guests. It was $25! Plus you're expected to tip the valet who gets your car on top of it. The discount we thought we saved we made up in valet.
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.