Very nice hotel! My only issue was the hostess at the restaurant who told me there was no seating available outside for my daughter and I. When she sat me inside, I saw a table for two right out the window. I requested to go out there and she finally let me go out.
This Los Angeles hotel is across from the upscale, 8-level Beverly Center mall; Sunset Strip is about 1 mile away—the hotel …More
Having stayed at luxury hotels around the globe, we had rather high expectations of the Four Seasons, especially given the reviews, its reputation and the brand generally. We were not disappointed. Check in - at 9pm after a flight from Honolulu - was seamless, with the warmth of staff just the tonic we needed. However more than that, it was immediately evident that the mantra about first impressions was completely understood. That staff engaged with us all - including our five year old son - with equal measures of friendliness and authenticity was in contrast to a number of competitors who we have sampled in the past. That you are treated as a valued guest - irrespective of whether Hollywood A listers are in your immediate vicinity as was the case during our stay - underscores why this property is exceptional. Without doubt, the professionalism exhibited by all staff, along with the responsiveness and attention to detail is second to none. Special mention goes to Michael and Danny, two of the concierge staff who were absolutely brilliant. The only area for improvement relates to the availability of the complimentary town car. A pre-booking system would alleviate issues with wait-times and would be a wiser alternative to the current ad hoc process. That said, this is only a minor criticism and does not take away from our exceptional experience. All our future stays in LA, without exception, will see us reacquainting ourselves with the Four Seasons. Look no further.
Traveller from Australia
This luxurious Los Angeles hotel is discreetly tucked into a residential neighborhood along a street edged with towering palm …More
The hotel was great. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Nice rooms with comfortable beds and incredible water pressure in shower. Great, classy pool area with good food. A bit of traffic noise at night was the only negative, but it wasn't too bad. Overall, I would highly recommend Mr. C.
Traveller from Toronto
Italy's Cipriani family, renowned for Harry's Bar in Venice and restaurants around the world, has created Mr. C Beverly …More
I've been staying at Mondrian almost every single month for the last three years. As soon as you walk through the front doors, you enter into another world. Hotel is beautiful, staff are the best, rooms are all great and unique, Skybar is so fun - never know what experience you'll have. And of course the management team is genuinely concerned about their guest having the best experience possible! Thank you Mondrian :)
Traveller from Laguna Beach
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 Avalon Hotel is conveniently located. I was put in a room across the street, called the annex, the room was nice and big, the bed was very comfortable, lots of closet space and a nice desk to work at, but I would have preferred to be in the main hotel which had a much nicer atmosphere. I loved the outside dining area by the pool.
Built in 1949 as the Beverly Carlton and newly renovated in March 2016, the Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills sits on a quiet …More
Well located and within easy reach of all typical tourist hot spots.
Rooms are modern but floors seem heavily scratched which doesn't look appealing.
Parking is available however they have two sections: a separate valet parking and one immediately by the hotel. They labelled this as VIP parking, which we weren't offered or aware of. This VIP separation also degrades your status at the hotel as you do in some sense, lose any feeling of importance that you have !
Over priced water in room (8 dollars :\)
Traveller from Y
Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, this boutique hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Museum of Tolerance and within 3 mi (5 km) …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.