The Beverly Hills Hotel

Beverly Hills, California

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    A landmark hotel that defines Beverly Hills

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    A landmark hotel that defines Beverly Hills

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    A landmark hotel that defines Beverly Hills

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    A landmark hotel that defines Beverly Hills

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    A landmark hotel that defines Beverly Hills

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    A landmark hotel that defines Beverly Hills

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    A landmark hotel that defines Beverly Hills

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    A landmark hotel that defines Beverly Hills

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    A landmark hotel that defines Beverly Hills

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    A landmark hotel that defines Beverly Hills

Why we choose The Beverly Hills Hotel

First there was The Beverly Hills Hotel, then there was Beverly Hills. The ’Pink Palace’ has been home to the legends of Hollywood for over 100 years

  • Spring for one of 23 ultra-exclusive bungalows (choose one with a private pool)
  • Its calm residential location is still close to Rodeo Drive’s shops
  • Not one but two wedding gardens for open-air “I do’s”

If it’s possible to scream “quiet glamour,” this place does. It’s homey enough to host a family reunion, but it’s also set up for people who value privacy above all else. Whether it’s an individual bungalow with private courtyard entrance, door-to-door butler service, separate VIP valet parking—even famously reclusive Howard Hughes knew it was the place to escape.

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We suggest

Forget room service and have a power breakfast in the Polo Lounge. Dark glasses are a must, as you never know who’s at the next table.

What you need to know about the hotel

The staff treats you like a star, even if the closest you’ve come to a celebrity is the Hollywood Walk of Fame

  • We can’t get over the red carpet entrance to the hotel; it’s so glamorous, expect paparazzi to be lurking
  • The Polo Lounge, where the Rat Pack sipped cocktails and closed deals, is still the place to see and be seen
  • The hotel has bungalows themed after the stars that frequented them, including Frank Sinatra and Elizabeth Taylor
  • Enjoy hourly pop-up refreshments by the pool, or a rejuvenating massage or spa treatment

“Legendary” is the only word to describe The Beverly Hills Hotel. It’s been the go-to hideaway for the rich and famous for a century, somehow managing to retain its vintage Hollywood glamour while incorporating amenities expected in a top-tier resort. The Presidential Bungalows, for example, are more spacious than some office buildings, yet deliver the ultimate in privacy at a hotel already prized for its seclusion. 

We can’t say enough about the staff, which serves up consistent, individualized attention and never-fail itineraries. Need a reservation at an impossibly trendy hotspot? Child’s play. How about a private visit to a movie studio? Done!

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We suggest

Staying in one of the bungalows in the gardens. These are the ultra-private power accommodations. Oh, if these walls could talk!

Where is it and what's nearby

Built when Beverly Hills was just a thought, The Beverly Hills Hotel occupies the best location in town and is at the heart of everything that happens in 90210

  • The ’Pink Palace’ pool area includes 11 private cabanas with everything from frozen towels to underwater music while you swim
  • 12 acres of lush and fragrant gardens help you forget you’re in the heart of the city
  • Your pooch is welcome to join you in your bungalow and receives special amenities

Before there was a Beverly Hills, there was The Beverly Hills Hotel. The Spanish Mission-style complex was built in 1912, and the city rose up around it, giving this 5-star, 5-diamond hotel the rare ability to sprawl across 12 beautifully landscaped acres in one of the most exclusive residential neighborhoods in the world. The kicker? Everything Beverly Hills is famous for (including world-class shopping) is reachable within minutes.

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Working off last night’s dinner with a hike through nearby Runyon or Franklin Canyons.

How to enjoy Beverly Hills

With ultra-chic designer stores and private pool-side cabañas, this is where the world comes when it needs a dose of star treatment. At the heart of 90210 and at the center of the movie industry, Beverly Hills glitters below a liberal sprinkling of stardust

  • Bring your cell, you never know who’s going to hold the elevator door for you in the hotel lobby
  • Make time for Rodeo Drive, whether you are shopping or star spotting, this street never disappoints
  • Get some me time. The city boasts some of the best stylists and spas in the country, go on pamper yourself

Beverly Hills is where many of the world’s rich and famous call home. Making sure these residents are well cared for and happy is a major local industry and can be found everywhere from exclusive bars and restaurants to world class health retreats. A meandering tour of the local area could take in plenty of famed addresses from the Playboy Mansion, to the former homes of Marlon Brando or Doris Day and the current homes of Harrison Ford, Madonna, Jack Nicholson and many more.

For an authentic Hollywood experience, head to the Hollywood & Highland Center to find the home of the Kodak Theater (Academy Awards) and great views of the Hollywood sign. To keep the whole silver screen theme going, stroll back down Hollywood Boulevard to track the path of bronze and marble stars inset into the Walk of Fame and the imprints of famous hands and feet outside the entrance to Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.

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    When to visit Beverly Hills

    To rub shoulders with out-of-town A listers, visit Beverly Hills in February. Many actors will be flying in to collect their golden statuettes at the Academy Awards, or at least they’ll be hoping to.

  • A word from the hotel

    One of the great things about the hotel is the diversity of the rooms. We have 208, and they are all unique in some way—I always suggest that guests try something different each time they visit because you never know which will be your new favorite.
    Steven Boggs, Guest Services

  • Well I never

    For 30 years the eccentric and reclusive Howard Hughes simultaneously rented several bungalows at The Beverly Hills Hotel so that no one could identify which one he was staying in.

  • You don

    Elizabeth Taylor honeymooned with six of her eight husbands at The Beverly Hills Hotel.

  • They say

    I took my daily swim at The Beverly Hills Hotel despite the presence of onlookers.

    — Esther Williams


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with The Dorchester Collection we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Guaranteed one category room upgrade at time of booking
  • Junior suites: upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Credit of 100 units of local currency once per stay (applied to final bill)
  • Daily full breakfast (breakfast menu only), available in any outlet including in-room dining, for up to two people per bedroom (excludes alcohol and caviar)
  • Daily unlimited internet access for unlimited number of devices (no download limit)
  • For Suite bookings (excluding junior suites): DAILY credit of 100 units of local currency per suite

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A note from Heather

I can never decide whether I love Beverly Hills or not. When I’m in my favorite bungalow at the Beverly Hills with Buster, it’s hard not to love it. more >

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