Beverly Hills, California
Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills
What it is
The new pride of Wilshire Boulevard, with 119 rooms and 51 suites designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon and a buzzing rooftop pool and bar.
What it isn't
Low tech. Rooms are fitted with iPad’s that allow you to tweak lights, curtains, and conjure room service burgers at the click of a button.
What we think
Leave it to Waldorf Astoria to wow in Tinseltown. The brand would impress everyone from Jane Fonda to Justin Theroux with its thoughtful amenities and always on-point service (your complimentary welcome drink will be refilled even before you can think to ask). White-on-white guest rooms designed by Rochon, the man behind London’s Savoy and Paris’s George V, are luxurious enough to coddle even the most persnickety movie producers, with floor to ceiling windows, private 110-square-foot terraces, Italian marble bathrooms and a top shelf mini bar and espresso machine to pep you up for morning meetings. In this youth and beauty-obsessed town, the 5,000-square-foot La Prairie spa ranks, bringing treatments like White Caviar Brightening and Firming facials to dreamy-eyed starlets.
You're here because
Honestly? You’d hate to miss out on pool time in SoCal, and this rooftop watering hole is lined with see-and-be-seen daybeds and green and white striped cabanas that nod to Old Hollywood.
Unsurprisingly, enjoy a dining experience at Espelette – offering coastal Mediterranean flavors accented by European influences.
Restaurants & Bars
Espelette - offering coastal Mediterranean flavors accented by European influences.
Lobby Lounge - A perfect place to have a quick bite or relaxed meeting
Main Cocktail Bar - Lively, passionate and personal, this cocktail lounge
The Rooftop by JG - garden setting, the Rooftop by JG is among the largest of its kind in Beverly Hills
On Wilshire Boulevard in the heart of Beverly Hills’ Golden Triangle, A.K.A. a shoppaholics mecca, within steps of Rodeo Drive, Neiman Marcus and—if you need a culture break—The Paley Center for Media, where you can watch some 160,000 programs from the entire history of television.