The Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills mixes classic Beverly Hills luxury with a lush sense of California cool. From the green velvet chairs in the rooftop bar, to the cream décor and tall ceilings of the Jean-Georges restaurant, the rich attention to space and detail evoke modern comfort and Old Hollywood. The emphasis on light and space, seen in all 170 rooms with balconies, views, and floor-to-ceiling windows, adds to the lavish ambience. Five-star amenities continue with personal concierge services, Diptyque toiletries, and house cars (Rolls Royce and Maybach). That rooftop bar, by the way, is worth a visit on its own. It captures the hotel’s refreshing and well-appointed take on the classics of Los Angeles.
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Location: At the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica boulevards, overlooking the Golden Triangle district that includes Rodeo Drive.
Total # of Rooms: 119 rooms and 51 suites.
Dining: Jean-Georges Beverly Hills: Famed French chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten arrives in Beverly Hills with this opulent outpost in the gleaming Waldorf Astoria Hotel, where the elegant dining room features floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto the verdant and discreet patio out back. The French-Continental meets California cuisine fits the surroundings—think caviar, sumptuous burgers, and organic salads.