Los Angeles Hotels



Peninsula Beverly Hills


At a Glance


  • central, walkable Beverly Hills location
  • stunning flowers
  • one of the best concierges in the city


  • serious bucks required to stay here

Fodorite Reviews

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Peninsula Beverly Hills Review

This French Rivera–style palace is a favorite of Hollywood bold-face names, but all kinds of visitors consistently describe their stay as near perfect—though expensive. Rooms overflow with antiques, artwork, and marble; high-tech room amenities, room temperature, and flat-screen TV are controlled by a bedside panel. Service is exemplary and always discreet. Soak up the sun by the fifth-floor pool with its fully outfitted cabanas or sip afternoon tea in the living room under ornate chandeliers. Belvedere, the hotel's flower-filled restaurant, is a lunchtime favorite for film-business types. A complimentary Rolls-Royce is available for short jaunts in Beverly Hills.

    Hotel Details

  • 142 rooms, 36 suites, 16 villas.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-20-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Wonderful getaway!

    We loved everything about this hotel! The location is great walking distance to Rodeo Drive and area. The service at this hotel is top-notch. We have never experienced such service! They call you by name. They always had a complimentary car available to us. The rooms are spacious and equiped with everything you need. Very comfortable and quiet. Turn down service is great. They even personalized the pillow cases with our initials! Food was great! Pool and poolside service was great! I have not one complaint. You will feel like royality here. It was so depressing to have to leave.

    by lovealatte847, 9/20/12
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    Went for a special one night birthday treat, stayed in a villa room with fireplace. The room was cozy and nice, but not spectacular, nor as immaculate as it should've been, though it was definitely the highest price I've ever paid for a hotel room... Nice, but not nearly as nice as the Beverly Hills Hotel, where the room was nicer and service was also so much friendlier ... I definitely felt the treatment was at the Peninsula was a bit condescending because I was a "nobody". (Have never gotten that feeling from other 5 star hotels.)
    All in all, wished I would've stayed somewhere else. Not sure why it's supposedly one of the world's best...

    by Little_Man, 6/13/09

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