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SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills

At a Glance

    Pros

  • a vibrant destination with lofty ambitions
  • excellent design and cuisine
  • great for celebrity-spotting

    Cons

  • standard rooms are compact, with no tubs, but you pay for the scene
  • pricey hotel dining and parking
  • design might feel cold to some

Fodorite Reviews

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SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills Review

Imagine dropping into Alice in Wonderland's rabbit hole: this is the sleek, textured, and tchotke-filled lobby of the SLS from design maestro Philippe Starck. Hotel guests enter into the edgy Tres Lounge, which encourages socializing with its fireplaces, hidden nooks, and a communal table for cocktails and dining. Visual stimulation ranges from the succulents garden in oversize pots and white leather couches out front to the elevators backed with oversize portraits. Rooms have crisp, fine linens, and high-tech sound and video systems built into the mirrors. There's atmosphere, photo-ready spots (the rooftop pool is a scene), and dining by celebrated Spanish chef José Andrés. Forward-thinking amenities abound: gym equipment is stellar, each room has a fully stocked bar, and the Ciel spa feels like a dreamy lounge.

2010 Fodor's 100 Hotel Award Winner

L.A.'s hotel scene got a lot hipper when the Philippe Starck–designed SLS opened. The lobby decor manages to successfully mix cozy mountain lodge with palatial dining room; dark-wood bookcases with scattered knick-knacks and fireplace logs oppose chandeliers hanging above a room-long white-marble table. See and be seen at the decadent rooftop pool and the ultra-trendy restaurant, the Bazaar.

    Hotel Details

  • 236 rooms, 61 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 04-01-2014

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