BEVERLY HILLS—The hotel formerly known as The Crowne Plaza Beverly Hills has been under construction for the last two years and recently debuted as the Beverly Hills Marriott. From a $26 million renovation, the Marriott franchise seeks to set the new gold standard for hospitality in the ritzy Los Angeles neighborhood. The revamped hotel features 12 floors, 250 rooms and 10 suites.
The lobby welcomes guests with sleek natural hues, enhanced by the addition of patriotic splashes of color to elevate the décor features to a comforting level of luxury.
The hotel is modeled for comfort, style and productivity, offering 8,000 square feet of event space, which can condense into eight meeting and event rooms. The largest space has a 300-person capacity.
The Beverly Hills Marriott Restaurant is described by the website as, “classic American cuisine with a California flair. Taking Beverly Hills dining to the next level, our chic eatery is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.”
Visitors will enjoy easy access to uber chic Rodeo Drive and a mere 2.1 miles from The Ivy, the tourist go-to eatery for spotting celebrities.
Other features include free access to the Club Lounge for Marriott Rewards Gold and Platinum Elite members. The nook is open all hours of the day and evening with access to everything from snacks to non-alcoholic drinks to the ultimate LA pick-me-up, Starbucks lattes.
Elite members are also treated to a daily complimentary breakfast along with complimentary appetizers at the bar every day except Friday and Saturday.
The Beverly Hills Marriott also includes an M Lounge, an outdoor pool and whirlpool, as well as a fitness center, which features cardiovascular equipment and free weights.
The official hotel launch party and events will not be until September, but they are officially taking reservations now, according to Marriott representatives.
For more information visit www.marriott.com/LAXBV.