Home to the world’s most famous zip code, Beverly Hills, Calif. is known for its famous residents, mansions, luxury shopping and fine dining. It’s also lined with luxury hotels that regularly attract A-list guests and fascinated tourists looking to indulge in all the glitz and glamour the 90210 has to offer.
And while everyone is familiar with the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel or The Beverly Wilshire (hello Pretty Woman), there are plenty of other boutique hotels, albeit smaller in size and reputation, that will still make feel you like a star when you check in.
From historic hideaways to modern retreats, check out six standout out boutique hotels in Beverly Hills.
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Located on a quiet street in the heart of Beverly Hills, Mosaic Hotel is a refined, intimate hotel with 49 boutique guestrooms with private balconies and luxurious amenities. The rooms are decorated in chic blue, grey and white tones, including plush beds and designer linens, and in the bathrooms, guests will find Bulgari bath products (score!). On the property, there is a small but tranquil pool area, modern fitness center and the hotel’s restaurant, The Restaurant at Mosaic, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving up California cuisine. Additionally, there is a back patio where guests can gather around a fire pit and sip cocktails. Expect superior customer service, plus this place is pet friendly so bring your furry friend along.
Mosaic Hotel125 S S Spalding Dr., Beverly Hills@mosaichotel
Formerly Mr. C, the recently rebranded Cameo Beverly Hills is now under LXR Hotels & Resorts, one of Hilton’s luxury soft brand. Oozing elegance, the hotel, built originally in 1965, boasts Venetian-inspired rooms with floor-to-ceiling sliding door windows, private balconies, hardwood floors, tufted leather headboards and flat screen TVs. The spacious suites are particularly posh, complete with separate bedrooms, private bars and spa-like baths with Jacuzzi soaking tubs.
Open for breakfast and dinner, guests can dine at the onsite restaurant Il Moderno, a modern American Italian Kitchen that offers a menu of classic Southern Italian recipes which are interpreted through the voice of Napa, California. Cameo also has an outdoor pool and sundeck with day beds, cabanas and poolside bar and restaurant, 1,000 sq. ft fitness center and the Lobby Lounge Bar, mixing up one-of-a-kind signature craft cocktails.
Cameo Beverly Hills1224 Beverwil Dr., Los Angeles@cameobeverlyhills
The SIXTY hotel was once a chain motel back in the ’60s—hence its name—and today, is undoubtably one of the coolest hotels in Beverly Hills. Sitting on Wilshire Boulevard, SIXTY mixes retro decor with modern amenities The stylish rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, dark hardwood and rich colors and feature floor-to-ceiling windows with step-out French balconies, huge flat screen smart TV’s with streaming capabilities, marble-clad bathrooms and Dean and DeLuca minibar snacks and more.
SIXTY’s standout feature is hands down the rooftop pool and lounge, boasting, panoramic views of the city. The Umbrella Club at SIXTY Beverly Hills is equal parts social, swim, and supper club all under one umbrella. Featuring fresh takes on Southern Californian fusion, guests can enjoy cocktails and cuisine on the sun-soaked rooftop, eclectic street-level restaurant, café, and wine shop. In the summer, their weekend pool parties are nothing short of epic.
Downstairs, Ella restaurant features a bold menu inspired by melting pot that is Los Angeles., celebrating Mediterranean, Asian, and Italian flavors found in our beloved city. And Ella doesn’t stop with delicious dishes. Paying homage to the history of the post-prohibition era, the drinks showcase the rebirth of America’s greatest culinary contribution–the cocktail.
SIXTY also has a state-of-the-art gym, 24-hour concierge and is pet friendly.
SIXTY Beverly Hills9360 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills@sixtyhotels
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Ooh la la. Maison 140 is a dream boutique hotel, designed by Kelly Wearstler, that is inspired by the Parisian inns of the 19th century. Romantic, intimate and totally Instagram-worthy, the hotel has just 44 guest rooms that are impeccably decorated with details like chinoiserie screens, hand-tufted European carpets and gilded armchairs for a one-of-a-kind experience. The staff is known to go above and beyond to make sure their guests have a special curated experience. It’s also pet-friendly so your furry friends under 40 pounds can come too.
Other amenities include an outdoor pool, gym and the sexy Bar Noir lobby bar, which created in the tradition of the salons of Europe and the speakeasies of the prohibition era. (In the morning guests can enjoy complimentary coffee and tea from here too).
Maison 140 Beverly Hills140 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills@maison140bh
Built in 1927, The Crescent is a hip historic hideaway in the heart of the Golden Triangle of Beverly Hills that feels a little like a bit of a hidden gem. The art deco building was originally an apartment complex that was known for its silent movie star residents back in the day. Today, it operates as is a funky boutique hotel, embodying old world influence with modern luxury.
The Crescent is located just steps away from Rodeo Drive and offers a beautiful view of the historic City Hall tower from its outdoor dining terrace. The hotel has long been the host for creative artists and original and limited edition artworks create a gallery environment throughout the intimate hotel.
Recently renovated and now powered by Sonder, The Crescent boasts just 35 guest rooms that all come with an array of modern amenities including free WiFi, sleep sound machines and docking stations. Onsite, the hotel also houses the restaurant and bar Nu, specializing in modern Mediterranean cuisine, plus a palm lined indoor-outdoor dining terrace, with indoor and outdoor fireplace. The hotel is also known for its handsome library which is stacked with an extensive range of books available to guests.
The Crescent403 North Crescent Dr., Beverly Hills@sonderstays
Across from Beverly Hills’ Reeves Park, the Sirtaj Hotel is a modern boutique hotel that is small in size but huge in hospitality. The 32 room property boasts sleek modern Eastern-inspired décor and a warm staff eager to help curate every guest’s experience. The rooms include memory foam beds with Egyptian cotton sheets and down comforters, bathrooms with rainfall showers and designer toiletries, robes and slippers, 40-inch Smart TVs iHome docking station, laptop compatible safes, a minibar and gourmet espresso and coffeemaker and and free Wi-Fi.
A welcome beverage greets each guest at check-in and there is free cooked-to-order breakfast in the morning. The Restaurant at The Sirtaj Hotel offers fresh, locally-sourced ingredients and contemporary Indian cuisine, with al fresco dining and happy hour while, specialty cocktails, craft beers and wines are offered in the bar. Room service is also available. The Sirtaj also has 24-hour reception, concierge and valet services, a coffee shop/cafe and a peaceful garden.
Sirtaj Hotel120 South Reeves Dr., Beverly Hills@thesirtajhotel
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