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Beverly Hills Hotel
Locally known as "The Pink Palace," The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows, Dorchester Collection is a landmark building offering chic accommodations in historical Tinseltown style.
At the top of Rodeo Drive and Sunset Boulevard sits The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows, a classic Californian luxury hideaway known for playing host to Hollywood's elite. Built in 1912, Beverly Hills was literally built around the pink facade of this iconic hotel.
You'll fall in love with Beverly Hills Hotel's 204 guest rooms and suites, 21 of which are one-of-a-kind bungalows that feel like individual homes. Many of the bungalows double as specialty suites, with a living area, baby grand piano, fireplace, and a 2000 sq. ft. balcony; perfect for penning a hit song or serenading your loved one.
Relax on a chaise by the outdoor pool, dine in the Polo Lounge Restaurant, or head to The Fountain Coffee Room to perch on one of 20 pink bar stools by the classic soda fountain. The service at The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows is impeccable; room service is available around the clock, and your privacy is always protected. Fear not: the paparazzi wouldn't dare harass you here.
As an added bonus, a house car will take you to sister property Hotel Bel-Air for breakfast if you desire a change of scenery.
Tribeca Traveler clients get a confirmed room upgrade at time of booking, daily complimentary full breakfast for two, a $100 hotel credit and unlimited internet access at the Beverly Hills Hotel, as well as all Dorchester Collection hotels (including sister property Hotel Bel Air, Le Meurice, Hotel Eden, The Dorchester, Hotel Plaza Athenee and more.)