A poolside cabana in pale pink overlooking electric-blue water and shaded by tropical palm trees are the hallmarks of legendary The Beverly Hills Hotel.
This iconic spot has been the scene of many famous moments since the hotel opened in 1912, notably a pool party given by The Beatles in their heyday. Affectionately known as the ‘Pink Palace’ the blush hotel oozes Hollywood glamour from its selection of luxury suites to its dining options and bars.
Choose to stay in one of the exquisite suites including the luxurious bungalows where Elizabeth Taylor, Marilyn Monroe and Howard Hughes felt so at home. Pass the
famous Martinique® banana leaf wallpaper which has featured in many films as you are shown to your room.
After a day exploring, allow us to book a table in the Polo Lounge, designed by architect Paul R. Williams, which is the place to be and be seen. Under the candy-striped ceiling, in the power booths or on the patio you can sample a menu of McCarthy salad (created by the hotel chef), wagyu steak, oysters and caviar. Take a seat in the Fountain Coffee Room and pair your espresso with a slice of apple pie.
The Beverly Hills Hotel is not only convenient for the upmarket Los Angeles boutiques of Rodeo Drive, epitomised in Pretty Woman but is only 40 minutes away from the rollers of the Pacific Ocean. This is a blockbuster of a hotel which is part of LA history.