Waldorf Astoria debuts Beverly Hills hotel

The 12-storey Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts' first new build on the West Coast and second California property, has opened.

New hotel for Beverly Hills
New hotel for Beverly Hills

Adjacent to The Beverly Hilton, the 119-room hotel's triple-height lobby has a contemporary Art Deco design, with hand-painted murals, custom crystal chandeliers and Lalique installations and features pieces of art. 

The property has 6,300sqft of meeting space, including two ballrooms, suited to corporate meetings or gala celebrations.

John T.A. Vanderslice, global head, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts said: "Waldorf Astoria’s west coast expansion is celebrated today with the opening of a new, modern icon, Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, which will offer global travellers a new standard of luxury in Los Angeles. Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills matches our brand’s commitment to offering unforgettable experiences and first-class accommodations in the world’s most sought after destinations."

The hotel also features a rooftop pool deck, available only to guests, which includes VIP cabanas and a lounge area with panoramic views as well as a swimming pool.

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