Perfect location, helpful staff, we have loved this Hotel for years and it never disappoints us. Can't wait to return. The staff goes out of their way to make every guest feel like a celebrity and that's what makes this place so special.
When most people think of going to Los Angeles for vacation, they think of hotels near Disneyland, Universal Studios, or along the beaches. While those hotels cater to a certain traveler, the Beverly Hilton was perfect for our family of four, which included two older teenagers. We booked two separate rooms, and while we were not able to get adjoining, they were close to each other on the same floor. The hotel itself is centrally located to many good day trips: walking distance to Rodeo Drive and other surrounding shops and restaurants; 15-20 minute drive to Santa Monica and Venice Beach; 15 minutes to the shops on Melrose and La Brea; 20 minute drive to K-Town, 30 minutes to Manhattan Beach; and so on and so on. We never hit too much of the famed L.A. traffic, although we had the luxury of driving during non-rush hour times. If you don't know much about the hotel, it is one of L.A.'s most storied hotels. Just about every major old Hollywood actor and actress has stepped through its doors, and most of new Hollywood as well as the Golden Globes are held in the International room, accessible close to the parking lot entrance, although usually locked. The pool was spacious and rarely crowded, with music from Sinatra's era flowing through the outdoor speakers. Our rooms were 220 and 225 and were one of the newly renovated ones. 220 has one king size bed and a balcony, while 225 has two full-size beds and a balcony. Neither has much of a view; they both overlooked the overhang of the pool. I would recommend either several floors higher (eight floors total), or at least in the higher range past 225. The rooms were modern, clean, and cozy, each with a large flat screen TV. The balconies were spacious and we enjoyed coffee and the occasional snack out there. One of our favorite aspects of the rooms and hotel in general is that it was quiet: the a/c units went on and off providing a pleasant white noise, and there were no slamming of doors and guests chatting loudly in the hallways. Self-parking was easy with in-and-out privileges, at $50 per day. Reasonable considering New York prices are $70 and up. Restaurant food was a little pricey as expected, but decent and convenient. Would I stay here again? Absolutely. Highly recommend for the property and friendliness of the staff. Thanks for helping make this vacation one of the most enjoyable my family has had.…
We booked this hotel because of the history of the property. Unfortunately, it didn’t live up to expectations at all. They gave us one of their cabana rooms and it was outdated, tired, and dirty. We won’t make the mistake again.
Stayed Thanksgiving night to get away from Holiday BS. Room was large, clean and beautiful. We loved the bathroom with the glass shower doors, and the toilet encased in it's own glass box. 🤣 The associates that we encountered were really friendly and accommodating. Room service was super quick also. Building is amazing. We will be back for a longer stay. Thank you for an awesome night!
Overall a good stay except for the fact that I was told upon entry that a mask needed to be worn. I abided throughout my stay and noted there were several signs indicating masks need to be worn. Later in the evening I witnessed a wedding occurring where happy hour was in the lobby of the hotel. Not a single person was wearing a mask and worst of all, when I got back to the hotel a couple was passionately making love in a public hallway and no one seemed to care. If the staff are going to hold guests by the mask mandate then they must hold everyone accountable equally. Very disappointing.