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Established over 125 years ago in the old Arcadia building of L.A, this has been the place for L.A's hot shots to mix business with pleasure. Los Angeles Athletic Club is not only an exclusive gym, its also a boutique hotel. Guests can partake in the abundance of activities for its members including special packages like the "90-Day System," a weight loss program with your own nutritionist, executive chef, and personal trainer. The club combines athletics, business, dining, catering and luxurious guest rooms.
Part of the Kimpton Hotel chain, Kimpton Hotel Wilshire is in a class of its own. This swanky Los Angeles hotel is as upscale and posh as they come, from the rooftop lounge with breathtaking city views to the opulent guestrooms with every amenity you'd need and more at your fingertips. That favorite actor of yours has probably even been here! Located along the Miracle Mile, you'll be close to everything LA has to offer, including Sunset Strip, Hollywood, and Beverly Hills.
Formerly the Hotel Nikko, this first-class business hotel with luxury amenities, combines refined style and charm with sophisticated but exacting business standards. The SLS at Beverly Hills balances spaciousness and functionality with business and pleasure. More than 25 languages are spoken here to best serve the many international guests. The cocktail lounge has nightly entertainment, while the rooms uphold all norms of modernity. The 13 meeting rooms here will cater to all your business and private needs.
Château Marmont hotel has been an icon of privacy and seclusion since the 1930s for the likes of Greta Garbo, Sam Shepard, Johnny Depp and Keanu Reeves. The French castle-like hotel was restored in 1998 to its original eclectic, but tasteful, beginnings. With suites and bungalows offered, you may choose your level of preferred privacy. The Bar Marmont is one of the hottest bars on the Sunset Strip. Château Marmont has more than its fair share of notoriety. The Château Marmont is entirely charming and a great place to stay since it's close to everything in Beverly Hills and Hollywood.
This is a hotel for those in search of style and convenience. Fine dining in nearby West Hollywood, fine shopping at the Beverly Center across the street, and fine service from the multilingual staff are the cornerstones of this recently renovated, elegant hotel. The fashionable decor blends the colors of California and country French themes. You will be among international business and leisure travelers as well as the elite in the entertainment industry. The award-winning Simon L.A. offers excellent dining options.
Built in 1929, this hotel previously known as the Argyle, situated at the base of the Hollywood Hills, provides spectacular city views. The vast collection of film, books and Hollywood portraits at the Sunset Tower Hotel entices even the most casual observer to pause and browse. Join the ranks of Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne and others who have stayed here, and look around for familiar views from the many movies that were once filmed in this hotel. In these spots, a sense of history clearly pervades the air. Check website for more details.
Mondrian Los Angeles is one of Ian Schrager's most avant-garde, hip hotels. It draws musicians, actors, models and more with its minimalist, stark but elegant decor. The 12-story property sits in the midst of Sunset's famed nightlife scene. The Skybar and Asia de Cuba, located inside the Mondrian, offer their own ultra-chic version of nightlife and dining. As a guest of the hotel, you are entitled to automatic entry into the Skybar, which is a coveted and elite position among Los Angeles bar hoppers. Visit website for reservations.
Formerly known as the Regent Beverly Hills, this glamorous hotel is now the Beverly Wilshire Beverly Hills. One can experience the best of the Four Seasons hospitality right here. The rooms and suites are stylishly comfortable, the best you can experience. The hotel's spa offers several treatments, some of which include the use of aromatherapy oils and marine and plant extracts. If you're looking for some time away from the kids you should consider the spa's Ice Cream “Treat”ments for kids! Call ahead or check website for more details.
The Peninsula Beverly Hills Hotel, adjacent to powerhouse talent agency CAA, caters to guests with a refined sense of style and a taste for the good life. The hotel features opulent decor, impeccable service and incredible amenities. For many years it has been one of the premier spots in town to be seen. Power breakfasts and lunches are common at the on-site restaurant Belvedere, which also serves dinner. The Roof Garden Terrace serves light lunches seasonally. The Living Room, which offers a view of the garden, also offers tea, champagne and cocktails. Visit the in-house Spa for some relaxation. Valet parking is additional. Rolls Royce or Limousine service is provided in the area.
The beautiful lobby, grounds and rooms at The Beverly Hilton are the epitome of first-class and splendor. Recreational options and a shopping mall adjacent to the property may have you choosing to skip the short walk to Rodeo Drive or Century City. The luxurious hotel is known to host famous guests and the restaurant has a diligent fan following. Have a meal at Circa 55 which celebrates Californian cuisine. This is truly the lap of luxury.
Known as the "Pink Lady," and originally built in 1912, The Beverly Hills Hotel underwent a two-and-a-half-year, multi-million dollar renovation in 1995, and another in 2012. The hotel re-opened swankier, bigger, and with more attitude than ever. This legendary hotel remains a magnet for Hollywood's elite and rising stars, having played host to everyone from Elizabeth Taylor to John Lennon throughout its star-studded history. The Beverly Hills Hotel is the home of the famous Polo Lounge and the lavish Spa by La Prairie. It's an experience you will never forget!
This wondrous and magical 1940s Mission-style hotel is nestled in a 12-acre (five-hectare) landscaped woodland garden. Meander over the bridge on Swan Lake as you enter the foyer/reception area, and you are transported to a land of fairy-tale wonder, lavishness and anonymity. The California-French cuisine in the dining room has won many accolades. Stay for a drink in the bar or on the patio, and enjoy the pianist. Rates vary with season. Hotel Bel-Air was opened in 1946 and has served celebrities and politicians who appreciated the hotel's luxurious charm.