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My sister and I recently stayed at the Maison 140 in Beverly Hills for a "power shopping" trip. We researched the hotel prior to going and knew the history. The rooms and bathrooms are extremely small, but we were okay with that since we knew...More
nice hotel, small rooms, but is near to Avenue of the stars, many banks and walking distance to Rodeo Drive. The price was ok having in mind Beverly Hills is expensive.
The breakfast was USD 28, i didnt tried, i preferred starbucks that was a...More
on Our hotel bill was 150 dollar charged for smoking in our room!
At checkout, very early (6.30) in the morning nobody could help us, the boy at the front desk
knew nothing, and could no one reach!
So we leave. on the...More
Lovely boutique hotel situated in a good location in Beverly Hills . Clean rooms but extremely small (which was disappointing) however we were moved auto a bigger room once one became available ( after 2 nights ) staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was...More
A great boutique hotel. Never slept so soundly - the beds are amazing and the continental breakfast hits the spot. You are an easy walk to wonderful BH shopping and restaurants. No gym on sight but you can go to a neighboring hotel for the...More
Beverly Hills began as a modest village years ago and today you can still feel its small town origins, even though it has become a major tourist attraction and business center for the entertainment industry. This town lives up to its reputation as an area full of designer retail stores and residential streets lined with mansions and palm trees. Inside the commercial center of Beverly Hills, along Rodeo Drive, droves of
tourists peak into ultra-luxurious boutiques hoping to catch a glimpse of someone famous. Off of Rodeo Drive however is where some of the most affluent Angelenos occupying the streets of Beverly Hills come for leisurely meals, power lunches and beauty treatments.
Response from Marilyn B | Property representative |
Hello Audrey P,
We do offer parking for all of our registered Hotel guests, with the overnight parking fee being at $34 per night. It is self parking with in/out privileges and upon check in you will receive a parking... More
Hello Audrey P,
We do offer parking for all of our registered Hotel guests, with the overnight parking fee being at $34 per night. It is self parking with in/out privileges and upon check in you will receive a parking permit for the duration of your stay. The parking lot is attached to the Hotel and is for Hotel guests only.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Hotel directly should you need further information.
Thank you for your questions. I'm happy to give you more information on our amenities. It depends on the dates of your trip as our sister property, Mosaic Hotel, will be reopening after a full... More
Thank you for your questions. I'm happy to give you more information on our amenities. It depends on the dates of your trip as our sister property, Mosaic Hotel, will be reopening after a full renovation in August.
1. Maison 140 offers a continental breakfast buffet each morning from 7-10:30am in the lobby bar. The continental breakfast is not included in the nightly rate. The full buffet is available for $14 per person or you may purchase item a la carte. However, when the Mosaic reopens in early August, their restaurant is available to our guests as well. The Mosaic restaurant offers a full hot breakfast menu that can be billed to your room at Maison 140.
2. Maison 140 does not have a pool. Fortunately, the Mosaic Hotel does have a pool that is available to all Maison 140 guests. The pool will also be open in August when Mosaic reopens.
3. Overnight guest parking is available on an outdoor surface lot immediately next to Maison 140 at a flat rate of $28/nightly. There is no overnight street parking in the city of Beverly Hills unless you have a residency parking permit.
I hope the information I provided is helpful. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to ask.