Beverly Wilshire – Beverly Hills, A Four Seasons Hotel
What We Love
- Guest list that ranges from Elvis to the Dalai Lama
- Wolfgang Puck’s CUT is a delish contemporary spin on the traditional steakhouse
- The spa here is the only spa in the country where you can get a Diamond Life Infusion Facial from Natura Bissé cosmetics
What To Know
- Everything here is as expensive as you’d expect Beverly Hills to be
- Valet parking only
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The iconic Beverly Wilshire has been hosting high rollers, celebs, execs and politicians since 1928, but it may be best known for its role in the beloved Julia Roberts film Pretty Woman (and guys will be psyched to know that Entourage regularly filmed here as well). This sleep is, appropriately, just steps from Rodeo Drive and boutiques by Tiffany and Co., Versace and Cartier are actually the view on one side of the hotel while the Hollywood Hills are the main view on the other. All guestrooms and suites are decorated in pale, creamy fabrics, with dark wood accents and Four Seasons’ classic mix of antique reproductions and modern furniture; all have marble bathrooms with soaking tubs. The spa, designed around a dramatic water wall, offers treatments ranging from Oshadi-clay body wraps to Balinese massages and that Diamond Life Infusion Facial from Natura Bissé. Make dinner reservations at the in-house CUT where cuisine by Wolfgang Puck is paired with design by Getty Center architect Richard Meier.
In the Area
There’s more to Beverly Hills than shopping on Rodeo Drive, though of course a walk down the famed street is a must, even if just for window shopping. Stop at Urth Caffe for a casual lunch and a cup of their signature coffee — it’s a locals’ haunt through and through (which in L.A. means celebs included). If you’re looking for a culture fix, it’s worth the 20-minute drive to the Getty Museum, which showcases European painting and sculpture as well as Greek and Roman antiquities — while still offering one of the best vistas of the city. Farther afield is the Malibu Golf Club, a William Francis Bell–designed course with gently rolling topography, perfect for a day spent admiring the landscape.
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Exceptional personal service, gorgeous location, breakfast in front of Tiffany’s. Best ever asparagus truffle frittata. Loved every minute of our stay. Only place we will stay in LA from now on... Thank you 😊
Thank you for warmly welcoming our family here earlier. Sorry for the very late review. We can still taste that gorgeous platter ...the soft cheese, chocolate...everything including the red wine was superb quality. Much appreciated. Breakfast was lovely. I enjoyed the smashed avocado and appreciate the attention to our children with their special smoothies etc. Only note is that each morning the consistency was different due to different chefs... the Wolfgang Puck restaurant was nice too. Your foyer is truly stunning..please don’t ever change it! Class never dates. Our suite had a beautiful feel and was truly relaxing and comfortable. We appreciated the door inbetween for privacy with all of us enjoying a balcony and view. Loved the Carrera marble bathrooms. Both the manager whom I booked through and the manager at the time were both professional and charming.....and patient with me! Was only annoyed that your town car Mercedes couldn’t fit the 5 of us for our dinner out but understand and appreciate the 2 trip offer. The pool and spa area was picturesque with a lovely Mediterranean feel. Even got a quick photo op for my Eynesbury House of Couture Facebook page too. Thank you again
This is a very old fashioned, antiquated hotel that caters only to what they consider to be the very elite clientele. You need to be dressed to the nines, show a lot of high priced clothing, and look cute.
The staff is amazing! They helped alter last minute reservations and we even had an upgrade. My daughter forgot her toothbrush and we were delivered a bag with toothbrush, paste and mouth wash. You ask and you receive. Great food, drinks, service, area etc. Highly recommend.
it is a typical state of the art American 5-star hotel with some old-world charm. Konservative. In the middle of Beverly Hills, you can walk to all the shops. Only valet-parking around here, which I do not like that much. It is just more expensive. I hate to wait for my car. The rooms are large and extremely comfy; exactly what one would expect. The beds are divine (not unusual in the US, they have super-duper beds most of the time). Some times you get good deals. I would not go again if I had to spend 700 USD excluding breakfast, but some times they offer half price, and then it would be my first choice again.