Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Los Angeles
The Beverly Wilshire Hotel is the height of sophistication in LA’s lavish Beverly Hills neighbourhood. Staying here you’ll be retracing the footsteps of elitists such as British royalty, the Dalai Lama and Elvis. The top-floor Veranda Suite brings a whole new meaning to the word ‘glamping’ and comes with luxury chandelier-lit tent accommodation, a huge terrace and a private chef. Celebrity spotting here is a given.
Step out of the hotel door and onto Wilshire Boulevard, a Beverly Hills shopper’s paradise lined with big-name fashion retailers such as Fendi and Louis Vuitton. Hollywood is a 20-minute drive to the north while Venice Beach is about a 30-minute drive south. Eclectic bars, cafés and restaurants elbow up against each other on South Beverly Drive. The in-house chauffeur service offers transport to any location within 4 kilometres of the hotel.
Your Room + Facilities
The hotel has some 395 rooms and suites, many offering views of the Rodeo Drive and Wilshire Boulevard intersection. Free Wi-Fi, minibar, hypoallergenic bedding, daily newspapers and 24-hour concierge are some of the many room features. The Cut by award-winning chef Wolfgang Puck is a modern take on the traditional steakhouse. Relax after a day of shopping and sightseeing at the Mediterranean-style pool.
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