Luxury, Elegance And Decadence At The Beverly Hills Hotel
By Nicole Cormier
Whether you simply want an upscale lunch where you can rub shoulders with the who’s who of Hollywood or you’d like a night or two staycation, The Beverly Hills Hotel is about as luxurious as you can get. This five-star hotel, located in the center of Beverly Hills on Sunset Boulevard is a private, tranquil and beautiful escape right in the heart of the city. The property is surrounded by tropical gardens with exotic flowers, private escapes and many amenities that make it top the chart on the hotel scale. Some refer to the hotel as “The Pink Palace,” due to it’s warm hue, and the superb service and location will make you feel pampered and important when you stay. Whether you opt to stay in one of the 200 rooms or suites or choose a private bungalow, you will be treated to comfort, beauty and elegance at every turn. When hunger strikes, the Polo Lounge is an upscale eatery serving a decadent version of all meals. If you’d rather keep it low key, The Cabana Club Cafe or Fountain Coffee Room have great bites and drinks. If you’d rather just relax in your room and have the food come to you, the hotel offers round-the-clock room service. No matter how you choose to enjoy The Beverly Hills Hotel, you will not be disappointed.
Pull up to The Beverly Hills Hotel in a vehicle you’ll be proud to leave with valet like a 2013 S63 AMG Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. The sleek design and expert craftsmanship will turn heads as you drive up.
Nicole Cormier has a large and diverse family that lives all over the country, and has had the opportunity to see every state in the union while visiting them. As a freelance writer and editor she has the freedom to experience the world and partake in her beloved passions all while writing about it.
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