The Best Hotels to Book Near Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills

The Maybourne's glamorous Mediterranean Revival style and decor are a subtle nod to the golden age of Hollywood cinema
The Maybourne's glamorous Mediterranean Revival style and decor are a subtle nod to the golden age of Hollywood cinema | Courtesy of the Maybourne Beverly Hills / Booking.com
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17 September 2021
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Perhaps the most famous posh shopping district in the United States, Rodeo Drive is a window-shoppers’ dream – well-heeled folks have been making this a go-to destination in LA since the 1960s. While the street itself (and the surrounding Beverly Hills neighborhood) is larger, the must-see section is just three blocks long. The nearby hotels are as opulent as the shops, so book a room to indulge – it’s easy with Culture Trip.

Mosaic Hotel

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If you want to pretend for a night, a weekend or a week that you live in Beverly Hills, check into this beautiful boutique hotel. The property’s accommodation includes 49 standard rooms and suites, with views looking out to the perennial blue skies of Los Angeles. The on-site restaurant serves California cuisine, with light meals made from local produce. Enjoy a crafted cocktail next to the pool before you stroll over to Rodeo Drive to live out your shopaholic fantasies.

Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel

Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel
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When you put together the words Beverly Wilshire, Four Seasons and Rodeo Drive, you know you are staying at the very pinnacle of luxury. Since 1928, this has been the place to stay in Beverly Hills. The rooms and suites are 24-carat classy, as are the views of the Hollywood Hills, yours to take in from those extra-wide balconies. This is the kind of place where everyone on staff calls you by name and will make sure your stay is perfect. Expect to pay room rates commensurate with the level of service which you won’t regret one drop as you tuck into your juicy beef at the flagship Michelin-star restaurant CUT by Wolfgang Puck.

The Maybourne Beverly Hills

The Maybourne Beverly Hills
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Folks stay here for the super-convenient location near Rodeo Drive, the floor-to-ceiling windows that deliver magnificent views in the more than 200 rooms, the relaxing spa and the mineral wellness pool on the rooftop. This is a glamorous Mediterranean Revival-style pile, with design and decor that nod to LA’s long-time dominance in the film industry, but in a way that is subtle, and not cartoonish. Furnishings are hip and sleek inspired by Eames and Neutra.

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills
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Interior design legend Pierre-Yves Rochon is the mind behind the decor at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, where opulence is the operative word. To stretch out beside the rooftop pool on one of those virgin-white lounge chairs is to know you’ve arrived in LA. Service is befitting a luxury property: expect staff to remember your name, to tidy the cords on your laptop and the telephone in your room and think of your every need, so you can focus on the spa, the views and the experience. Dine on meals by celebrated Michelin-star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Or settle in for refreshing raspberry lemonade in the cool Lobby Lounge.

Sirtaj Hotel

Sirtaj Hotel
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A relative bargain for a stay in the pricy Beverly Hills neighborhood, Sirtaj is a boutique hotel with a different vibe than the more staid sisters in the area. Check in here and you’ll be welcomed with a glass of wine on arrival and escorted to your brightly colored room a vibrant red-toned embrace that’s as sunny as LA itself. Later, you can grab an espresso or a samosa as you use the in-room tablet to plan your Rodeo Drive shopping adventures. Note that Sirtaj does not offer valet parking (unusually for the area).

Avalon Hotel

Avalon Hotel
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Los Angeles’s glamour is on full display at this historic hotel that has been renovated and updated, but still nods to yesteryear check out the swirly-edged swimming pool and the cool pastel upholstery throughout the property. Dine on light meals using local produce at the slightly Scandi-feel restaurant Viviane before relaxing in your private poolside cabana or gazing out on the city from your private balcony. The hotel is conveniently located just a mile (1.6km) south of Rodeo Drive, but you’ll have a hard time tearing yourself away from the Avalon to explore.

Mr. C

Mr. C
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It bills itself as a modern classic, and that’s exactly what this place is, from the lobby Chesterfields to the dark oak floors in the suites: all in all, a boutique hotel that gives a subtle nod to retro Hollywood. Discretion is the watchword. Enjoy the privacy of your Beverly Hills getaway with staff who know how to provide what you need but also give you your space. Take in the views of the city from your sleek room outfitted with crisp white linens or take the plunge and head out to be sociable with a drink and popcorn at a poolside movie night.

The Peninsula Beverly Hills

The Peninsula Beverly Hills
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Breakfast in bed, afternoon tea, dinner on the rooftop – these are just some of the experiences from which you can choose when you stay at the Peninsula, one of Beverly Hills’ top luxury properties (and that’s saying something). The hotel offers flexible check-in and check-out times, so your sumptuous room is ready no matter when your plane lands. There’s even a concierge at LAX airport, so you can start your hotel experience before you arrive. They’ll shuttle you to the place in a Rolls Royce and order a meal to be waiting on your arrival. It’s superstar living – and you deserve it.

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