Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills Travel Guide

Articles about Beverly Hills

By Melissa Locker
The latest addition to the residential hotel trend is pushing the limits luxury. The Four Seasons has just announced plans to open a 12-story condo building called the Four Seasons Private Residences-Los Angeles, across the street from the Four Se...
By David A. Keeps
As befits its reputation, Beverly Hills spoils its visitors with luxury lodgings. In addition to the classic Beverly Hills Hotel, the city flies the flag for the Peninsula, Four Seasons, Montage, Viceroy, Thompson, Luxe and Hilton. Now, Gemstone H...
By David A. Keeps
The Concept An all-suite retreat with show-stopping contemporary design and a lounge-y “Living Room” lobby with live DJs. The Location Although it’s billed as the W West Beverly Hills, the hotel—which launched in 1999 as the fifth W in th...
By David A. Keeps
The Concept An all-suite retreat with show-stopping contemporary design and a lounge-y “Living Room” lobby with live DJs. The Location Although it’s billed as the W West Beverly Hills, the hotel—which launched in 1999 as the fifth W in th...
By David A. Keeps
The Concept An all-suite retreat with show-stopping contemporary design and a lounge-y “Living Room” lobby with live DJs. The Location Although it’s billed as the W West Beverly Hills, the hotel—which launched in 1999 as the fifth W in th...
By David A. Keeps
Isaia—the luxury menswear line based in Naples, Italy, that has suited up the likes of Robert Downey, Jr., Matt Damon, and Matt Bomer—has just opened its first U.S. flagship, in Beverly Hills. (Coming in September: a Madison Avenue store in Manhat...

Hotels in Beverly Hills

Also known as the “Pink Palace,” this landmark hotel is housed in a pale-pink stucco building surrounded by tropical gardens. Originally built in 1912, the property is a gathering spot for the Hollywood elite, with former patrons ranging from Elizabeth Taylor to Paris Hilton.

Restaurants in Beverly Hills

Things to do in Beverly Hills

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