Mr. C Beverly Hills
What We Love
- Glamorous pool area for the exclusive use of guests
- Free WiFi
- Round-the-clock room service
- Complimentary House Car from 10am-10pm within a 3 mile radius of the hotel
What To Know
- The property asks guests to kindly put their estimated time of arrival in the Special Instructions field upon purchase, so reception can ensure a smooth check-in
- Views are much better from higher floors
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Upon entering the chandelier-filled lobby of Mr. C Beverly Hills, guests are met not with a front desk (which is hidden discreetly out of view) but with a sunken bar. It’s a fitting intro to the nouveau Rat Pack swagger of Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani’s hotel.
Bed and Bath
Guestrooms reveal a fondness for leather, in a block palette of white, tan or red (the latter in the spacious suites). The bespoke trunks and enormous wooden cabinets were handcrafted in Italy, and the beds have tufted leather or burnished wooden headboards. Vintage film stills and black-and-white photographs adorn the walls, and there are unique details, such as TVs mounted on dark wood easels and minibars hidden in deep chests. The carrera marble bathrooms feature rain showers, double vanity sinks and Mascioni bathrobes and slippers. But the best perk is the view from the private balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The ground-floor restaurant is quintessential Cipriani, with such Italian dishes as tagliolini al pesto Genovese and red mullet with lemon and capers, as well as pizzas topped with burrata, rucola and ham. The restaurant overlooks the 4,500-square-foot pool area, which is open to hotel guests only and has two cabanas (complete with chandeliers), plus a bar and a splurge-worthy spa. A glass pool table and extensive library complement the lobby’s buzzy sunken bar (and late checkout makes hangover recovery a breeze).
In the Area
Even Angelenos enjoy strolling down the pristine lanes of Beverly Hills’ tony shopping district (through they won’t admit it), including flagship-lined Rodeo Drive, where you’ll find Cartier, Prada and Louis Vuitton. Refuel with the stellar baked goods at the whimsical Sprinkles Cupcakes (which has its own cupcake ATM). Watch the deals being brokered over power lunches at the Ivy or Spago, Wolfgang Puck’s legendary restaurant, which got a 2012 face-lift. Take a picnic and enjoy the panoramic city views from the Richard Meier–designed Getty Center, a 15-minute drive away. Also nearby is the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA to locals), a 20-acre campus with a Renzo Piano building, alfresco cafés and cocktail joints, and more than 100,000 works of art.
How to Get There
I booked my friend for 2 nights there. He was impressed with the high level of service, welcome amenity and the room decor.
I have always loved this hotel but the genuine 5 star service provided by Cathy, Chloe and the rest of the team make it extra special ! I will certainly keep on referring clients and friends, thank you.
My room at 8th floor ( Hollywood at my feet) was divine. In style yachting/chic, white marble, art deco furniture and black and white celebrities poster.
C is the initial of Cipriani, warranty of luxury brand.
Continental breakfast with Italian irresistible gourmet touch.
I Love Leading hotel of the World.
O yes, Lead me!!!
As a member of the Leading
Hotels of the World my wife and I were looking forward to a lovely weekend in LA. Upon arrival we noticed how tattered and run down the hotel seemed. Especially our room, which had been an upgrade.
Our sink and toilet were clogged. The area rug and the exposed floor was very dirty and the furniture was all scuffed up and dirty as well. We tried to have dinner in the Cipriani restaurant because we were tired from traveling but the smell revealed it was not clean either so we got up and left before a waiter came over to us.
We are shocked and appalled that it was under the umbrella of the Leading Hotels of the World. We are considering cancelling our membership since we cannot be guaranteed a clean luxurious room with good hotel service. Even when they brought up my breakfast they did not bring silverware, twice. The list of complaints is endless. No need to bore you with more details. Just make your life easy and check into the Peninsula or one of the other lovely hotels IN Beverly Hills. Not in the neighborhood that houses this disappointing hotel.