Pros: Super comfortable beds, very clean, great location for Beverly Hills and staff very kind. I went for a jog and come back a couple of hours later. The receptionist at the desk told me he was worried about me I was gone so long! The restaurant is excellent and the prices are good. There is a Whole Foods a block away which is convenient.
Cons: Tiny bathroom, no desk in my room, no robes, no views and a bit noisy.
Every other hotel in Beverly Hills will be twice the price, so...I guess you get what you pay for.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This Beverly Hills hotel, a true boutique with just 32 rooms, is in the heart of Beverly Hills just 3 blocks from Rodeo Drive. The front palm lined terrace (breakfast, nibbles, tapas and dinner) faces Crescent Ave - a wide palm lined boulevard. Established in 1927 and newly renovated in 2013, the décor is casually Hollywood, like a comfy collection of styles from the studios' storehouse of set designs stretching from 1920 to 2013. The feeling is “at-studio-at-home” with a film designer’s whimsy. The terrace and lounge flow to create the hotel’s social hub, offering casual dining and a relaxing bar/lounge, punctuated by Beverly Hills chatter. Directly opposite the hotel are the historic offices of MCA Studios. Our hotel became MCA’s local choice, where a cadre of players would stay when in town. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Crescent Hotel Beverly Hills
- Crescent Beverly Hills