What We Love
- Chinoiserie-via-Paris decor by Top Design’s Kelly Wearstler
- Quiet side street location, yet steps from top shopping and restaurants in Beverly Hills’ Golden Triangle
- Martinis, Manhattans and the Lady Godiva in the hotel’s Bar Noir
- With just 44 rooms, staff is committed to individual attention
- Great for business travelers sick of big-box hotels
- 100 percent smoke-free
- Free WiFi
What To Know
- The hotel was renovated in spring 2011
- The building dates from 1939, when screen star Lillian Gish ran it as a boarding house for actors and actresses
- There’s a small fitness center on-site; guest get free pool access at the Avalon, Maison 140’s midcentury-chic sister property about a mile away
- No overnight street parking in Beverly Hills. The hotel lot costs $28 per night
- Room service is delivered by nearby restaurants; continental breakfast is served in Bar Noir ($14)
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Maison 140 in Beverly Hills (Beverly Hills – West Hollywood), you’ll be close to Paley Center for Media and University of California Los Angeles. This romantic hotel is within close proximity of Westfield Century City and Museum of Tolerance.
Make yourself at home in one of the 43 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and DVD players. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and discounted use of a nearby fitness facility.
Take advantage of the hotel’s room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a business center, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
How to Get There
Charming hotel with great location within walking distance to everything. Staff was great and recommended a great restaurant for us for lunch. Rooms are a little tiny, but can't beat the price. Bathrooms are beautiful, but also small.
I stayed here for 1 night and that was enough. My room had a view of a carpark and a portaloo. I had to keep the curtains drawn because of workers coming and going in the carpark. The room and bathroom was tiny and the toilet roll flew off every time I used the loo. The TV didn't work nor did the phone charger and the airconditioner was incredibly loud.This was a work trip and my employer organised the payment. The system was down on checkout so I wasn't able to see the charge. They said they would email me the charge but that never arrived. I was shocked to see they put the room charge on my credit card. They said it would take 5-7 working days to fix. It's now 3 weeks and no one has replied to any of my emails or phone calls. I agree it is in a great location but overall it was a terrible experience.
It's a charming little boutique hotel in a good location in Beverly Hills. It's within walking distance of Rodeo Drive and Beverly Drive and all of those shops and restaurants. I've stayed at their sister property next door, Mosaic, several times, and I probably prefer that a little bit. It feels a bit fresher. But Maison 140 was still a solid choice! The room was unique and plenty big enough - I had the Mandarin King which is slightly larger than the Parisian. The decor was cozy and fun. I love that the windows actually open for a bit of fresh air! But it was a bit dark and an outlet was half missing and there was kind of a damp smell in the hallway. Still the room was very clean, and the bed was SO comfortable!!
The reception at the front desk was warm and welcoming. Check in was quick, and they were able to accommodate us even though we were early. We were given drink tickets for their little bar area or we could use them at Mosaic. Unfortunately, I didn't have a chance to take advantage of that perk, maybe next time.
Chances are good I'll be back!
As many other people have noted, the hallways and the rooms have a musty smell. There are no evacuation fans in the bathrooms, and with such small rooms, I imagine the mold just builds up over time. I tried 3 rooms. The moldy smell in the first two was unbearable, made worse by chemical air freshener; the last one, a wheelchair access room. was a bit better. Still, even leaving my windows open during my 2 nite stay, I had to wash all of my clothes when I got to my next destination; huge, huge inconvenience.
If you are looking for a small, boutique hotel in the heart of Beverly Hills -- this is such a great find. Walking distance to Starbucks -- and so many fabulous restaurants and the best-of-the-best shopping. It's small and could use some updating, but it's my favorite place to stay when I come to town!