What We Love
- Free WiFi
- Unexpected flavors, from beet juice cocktails to maple vinaigrettes, in the restaurant
- Quiet residential block, steps from shopping and restaurants in Beverly Hills’s Golden Triangle
What To Know
- The hotel opened in March 2013, so its identity and procedures are still in flux
- With no connecting rooms or roll-away beds, the property is best for adults; families, not so much
- Valet parking is $28 per night
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
While the neighboring façades are French-inspired, the Sirtaj offers a minimalist display of polished concrete. An Indian gentleman, the hotel’s namesake, seems to gaze down in greeting from a modernist painting in the lobby among intricate Indian tapestries. Behind the bar, a sari-like riot of tangerine and turquoise paisleys offsets the shiny browns of the walls, floors and furniture.
Bed & Bath
Guestrooms are simple and modern, with chocolate-brown furniture and a deep grain in the floorboards, drawing the eye to a wall of solid brick-red. A glass wall separating the bedroom from the bathroom is painted like gauzy cotton in a sumptuous red, saffron and lime-green pattern. Inside you’ll find dual-head showers and White of London’s Noir products (blessedly low on scent, with just a hint of amber, mandarin and orchid). Luxe techie touches include high-def LED TVs, remote-controlled heating and cooling, free WiFi and Lavazza espresso machines.
Across from the front desk is the bar, which offers concoctions that sound as if they shouldn’t work but do — think spiked Thai curry, with coconut milk, chilies and rum. In the P.S. restaurant, the skilled Wes Lieberher turns out creative comfort food such as fried shallot petals, agnolotti pasta made with beet juice and filled with duck confit, and french fries tossed in bacon fat and served with maple vinaigrette. There’s no pool or fitness center, but guests get passes to the chichi Equinox sports club nearby.
How to Get There
Great value and a very clean, great service and staff. Irene at the front desk was exceptionally nice and super helpful. Loved the location, great coffee and loved the shower & the bathroom very well designed
During my short visit, I couldn’t be more grateful to this lovely boutique hotel with the most wonderful customer service. I arrived at 23:30 after a long hours flight and exotic business event I was welcomed so great at this hotel. Front desk was a young lady with a beautiful smile she was so helpful. Location's awesome. I will definitely choose this hotel for my next trip to LA.
Special thanks to Beautiful Batool for her outstanding customer service
Thank you very much for making my stay so wonderful.
Miss Fabulouse 2018
The hotel was nice but i was disappointed that there was no bath tub in the hotel.the staff were very nice and tried to be helpful. i was disappointed and might not return. the price was good. i liked the staff because they tried so hard. there are no bell hops to take up your luggage......at least when we were there,
I stayed at the Sirtaj boutique hotel for 2 nights. Check-in was friendly and my room 208 was clean and modern. I thought the Android tablet with the hotel information was pretty cool. The hotel is perfectly located if you have to due business in Beverly Hills. There are lots of shops and restaurants all within walking distance. Only complaint was the room windows were a little small and behind the bed. Bathroom was modern and also very clean. If you need to be in Beverly Hills - this is a great hotel.
Great location if you're visiting Beverly Hills. Easy to find from the Airport, Rodeo Drive is just around the corner and there are plenty of places to eat nearby.
The Hotel is OK. Our room was on the small side compared to your usual US Hotel room, although the bathroom was a good size with a nice walk-in bath. Biggest problem with the rooms is that they are not well insulated and therefore the hotel is generally noisy.
If you're just looking for somewhere to sleep whilst you explore Beverly Hills and LA, it's a convenient place to stop but lacking in facilities.
Breakfast is available and again is OK as opposed to being great