Director's Choice

The Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, Los Angeles

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Classic elegance on the doorstep of Rodeo Drive

You might recognise this hotel from the films Pretty Woman and Clueless or from the TV series Entourage, there is a reason that this hotel has featured in so many films and TV shows as an elite The Beverly Wilshire is the elite hotel in LA, built in 1928 this stunning hotel is located at the junction of Wilshire Boulevard and Rodeo Drive and is the preferred hotel for Celebrities, royalty and the international elite. You will almost always find any NBA team playing against the Lakers staying at this picture perfect hotel. 

The hotel has a stunning bar and features the original location of celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck’s CUT. 

I stayed at this hotel for my honeymoon almost 10 years ago and the hotel is just stunning, the staff aren’t stuck up like you find in many other hotels of this stature, the hotel has a complimentary Rolls Royce drop off that take you anywhere within a local radius. Me and my wife used this one night to travel to Wolfgang Puck’s other restaurant Spago which unbeknown to us was actually just across the street…

All of the rooms are your typical Four Seasons standard, which is elegant and well presented. 

If you are travelling for a special occasion or just want to treat yourself to the best hotel in LA then I highly recommend this hotel. 

From £2080 per person

Based on 2 adults sharing

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