Few hotels today seem to remember that service is the best amenity money can buy. The Four Seasons Beverly Hills is an exception. Staff at every level is genuinely friendly, helpful and engaging in a way that gives a stay here a dream like quality, and makes even work feel like relaxation. The comfort of guests is seen too without their having to ask. The pool and spa are oases of tranquility; the restaurants are good enough to make going out seem unnecessary; and the suites are spacious, clean, well appointed, acoustically well insulated and unbelievably comfortable. Some suites have panoramic views of the city that are breathtaking, whether at sunrise or at midnight. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this Eden to any traveler seeking a restorative place to stay in LA, or to anyone in need of ideal "staycation" in the city.
Traveller from Boston
This luxurious Los Angeles hotel is discreetly tucked into a residential neighborhood along a street edged with towering palm …More
The service and staff are AMAZING!!! What used to be a stunning hotel is now showing its age and needs a makeover. No air controls in each room, I-docks are out of date with connections for iPhone 4 and fridges are not super cold. Very expensive for what you get and wifi not included - seriously? Even the shopping centres offer free wifi!
Traveller from melbourne, australia
Mondrian is near some of the best spots in the city. Located on the famed Sunset Strip, close to iconic bars such as The Roxy …More
The hotel is very good primarly for its location which is in the heart of Beverly Hills , it is a walking distance to all the shops and resturants in the area.
The hotel is nice and the rooms are spacious but there is one problem which has do with the size of the bathroom and the absence of ventslation in it . I wish the bathroom was nice as the bedroom and i hope the hotel can do something about it.
Traveller from Seattle
Italy's Cipriani family, renowned for Harry's Bar in Venice and restaurants around the world, has created Mr. C Beverly …More
Pocket Guide: Los Angeles Beverly Hills - West Hollywood Hotels
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.