#CocoTravel : Best Hotel Suites in Beverly Hills

Here at House of Coco we are loving the news about the launch of Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, which opened this month. This marks the first hotel to be opened in the area since 2008.

The new 12-story, 170-room hotel opened its doors on 1st June 2017 and is the brand’s first new build on the West Coast of North America. The property stands at the intersection of Wilshire and Santa Monica boulevards – the gateway to Beverly Hills.

The hotel’s Spa La Prairie acts as the perfect tranquil haven, offering a rejuvenating and relaxing atmosphere for guests to unwind by experiencing the brand’s internationally recognized signature products and age-defying treatments.

Beverly Hills has long been recognised as a renowned culinary destination, from five-star gourmet dinners to charming bistros, as well as al fresco lunches and innovative eateries across the city. Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills continues to catapult the culinary credentials of the city by uniting with award-winning Michelin-starred Jean-Georges Vongerichten to provide guests with exquisite dishes inspired by his global travels. Jean-Georges joins celebrity chefs Wolfgang Puck of Spago, Curtis Stone of Maude, Thomas Keller of Bouchon and Geoffrey Zakarian of Georgie and The Garden Bar.

We have put together an overview of the best suites in Beverly Hills to entice you to cross the pond this summer…

Walford Astoria Beverly Hills


Beverly Hills has welcomed another luxury hotel to its neighbourhood,  Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, marking the first hotel to be opened in the area since 2008. The new 12-story, 170-room hotel opened its doors on 1st June 2017 and is the brand’s first new build on the West Coast of North America. The property stands at the intersection of Wilshire and Santa Monica boulevards – the gateway to Beverly Hills. The new Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is located nearby the globally recognized five star hotels: The Peninsula Beverly Hills, The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows, Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, and Montage Beverly Hills.

Paul Williams Suite at The Beverly Hills Hotel

Designed by and named for the architect who created the iconic logo for The Beverly Hills Hotel, the luxurious Paul Williams Suite combines modern elegance with vintage 1950s glamour. Enjoy a drink at the bar in the sitting room, play a song on the piano or just relax by the fire in the same room that Frank Sinatra entertained The Rat Pack.

Penthouse Suite at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel
For those who demand the very best, the Penthouse Suite at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, is one of the most impressive hotel suites in Los Angeles. Located on the private, key-accessed 14th floor of the Beverly Wing, this three-bedroom suite offers 5,000 sq ft. with panoramic views from the spacious terrace.

Silver Suite at The Peninsula Beverly Hills

Created to celebrate The Peninsula Beverly Hills’ 25th birthday, the Silver Suite is a striking accommodation that is part of the coveted collection of specialty suites. The suite features its own distinct colour palette and style, inspired by the precious metal 

Beverly Suite at Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills

The spacious master bedroom offers a king-sized bed, a bath with smooth dark gray and white onyx marble, and a separate living space made for entertaining and relaxing with a plush seating area and writing desk. Prepare for a red carpet evening out in a modern, runway-like dressing room reminiscent of Old Hollywood.

The Montage Suite at Montage Beverly Hills

The Montage Suite in Beverly Hills is one of the three exquisite Presidential Suites that reflects the romance of a classic Hollywood estate. This lavish suite boasts a separate entertainment room with a baby grand piano, office, a kitchenette with private valet access and a spacious dining table.

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