Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills
What We Love
- The inventive food and beverage program, steered by Jean-Georges Vongerichten
- Salvatore Ferragamo toiletries
- Caviar facials at the hotel spa
- Caramelized almonds by a local chocolatier that appear in a mason jar as part of turndown service
What To Know
- The house cars include a Rolls-Royce and Maybach
- The lights, television, and almost all the other switches in your room are controllable from an iPad
- The 24/7 personalized concierge service can be reached by text message to summon everything from wakeup calls to gin-and-tonics
- Terraces with cushioned seats outside your room
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
The Peninsula, The Beverly Hilton, and the Four Seasons Beverly Hills are just some of the opulent co-residents of the Golden Triangle, as this exceedingly upmarket pocket of Los Angeles is often dubbed. The Waldorf sets itself apart with its beguiling European accents—a triple-height lobby, hand-painted murals and Lalique installations, for starters—proving that there is most certainly room for one more polished player at the intersection of Wilshire and Santa Monica. But ultimately, despite the resplendent Art Deco-infused rooms, with golden geometric flourishes in your bathroom and floor-to-ceiling windows that practically hand-deliver L.A.’s scenic hills, it’s the fit-for-a-king hospitality (box seats to the Hollywood Bowl are instantaneously secured upon request; your welcome cocktail is swiftly refreshed as you’re wandering around the hotel) that distinguishes this stunner from its neighbors. Add a Technogym-equipped fitness center, a La Prairie spa, and Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s debut West Coast venture where Californian cool meets French flavors (organic salads, wagyu beef burgers, cage-free eggs with caviar), and there’s not a single doubt this is California’s grandest new grande dame.
In the Area
You’re amid some of the world’s most expensive real estate, so it’s no surprise that many of the boutiques and shops on Rodeo Drive’s infamous faux cobbled streets require appointments. If that’s not your scene, you’re also near the Beverly Gardens, a 1.9-mile green stretch that’s the site of an art show in the fall and the spring. Pop culture nerds shouldn’t leave without at least one visit to the Paley Center for Media, where they can geek out over 140,000 radio and television programs. For the sweet-toothed, the flagship location of cupcake kingdom Sprinkles features a 24-hour vending machine that dispenses the sinfully sugary treats.
How to Get There
This hotel is in a great location and offers everything you need for a great vacation. The rooms are spacious, clean and lovely. The staff is very friendly, efficient and very helpful. The restaurant is excellent, offering a wide variety of delicious foods. This is my favorite hotel in Beverly Hills.
The WA Beverly Hills is just a wonderful place to stay in LA. I cannot recommend it enough to my friends who want to have a real relaxing stay in this wonderful city.
I love the style of the room decoration and the Alexa AI system that was installed in the room. I also love the view of the room. Absolutely exceptional!
As a repeat lifetime Diamond member at the Waldorf, the welcoming and remembering by the staff of me and my spouse is sincerely appreciated. We feel like we are going to our second home vs. just a hotel. I also want to call out the manager and staff of JG restaurant. Every morning we are there we are greeted warmly and made to feel special. We visit the hotel every other month and each time, this team is consistent in their welcome and service.