November 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
Log in to see your member rates.
Member Rates >
Other Deals to Consider:
The Peninsula Beverly Hills in Beverly Hills, California
The town's best-kept secret, the The Peninsula Beverly Hills is hidden in the heart of this posh city and is just steps away from Rodeo Drive. The opulent French Renaissance-style hotel and member of the prestigious Peninsula Group is renowned for its discretion, service of the highest caliber, and hideaway feel despite its bustling surroundings. Lavish rooms and suites are exquisitely adorned with fine antiques, deluxe marble bathrooms, bathrobes, whirlpool tubs, terraces, fireplaces and more.
Beyond your ultra private unit, you'll experience a relaxing haven complete with a top-of-the-line spa, featuring such exhilarating treatments as vichy papaya pineapple enzyme scrubs, swedish massage, jetlag bath and much more. Other relaxing amenities include a secluded rooftop pool surrounded by lush gardens, panoramic city views and poolside dining and courtesy chauffeured Rolls Royce service. Three of southern California's top restaurants call the Peninsula Beverly Hills home, including the AAA Five-Diamond-rated restaurant The Belvedere, which also features world-class jazz musicians. No request is too outlandish as the Peninsula prides itself on its unprecedented service and highly guarded standards of privacy.
Location of The Peninsula Beverly Hills
Nearest Airport: LAX
Amenities for The Peninsula Beverly Hills
- General Information
- 196 Guest Rooms
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Shopping Mall
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for The Peninsula Beverly Hills
The meal was everything we expected. Top notch! The one thing that we would of have expected was that the hotel would enforce their dress code. Being a high end hotel in Beverley Hills we would not have expected to see someone in torn short jean shorts and a skull sweater. Other than that it was just excellent. We enjoyed our tea immensely.
Jeff&Martha B - Victoria
Peninsula is a very nice hotel with generally good service but missing the 5th star. Easy check in, easy to reserve hotel car to go out to local restaurants for dinner. Staff friendly. Misses a 5th star for following- hallways tired and need new carpets and wall coverings. Breakfast service at rooftop restaurant spotty at best. Seems everyone has "their job" so server will not remove dirty dish, busboy must so it sits there. When taken to our suite, no one explained the room controls or walked us thru the room. When I asked for ice was told the bellman will get it when luggage arrives. Ordering a coffee latte at pool took over 15 minutes. Ordering a drink at the bar prior to dinner was ignored and had to flag down a server. Our suite is nice. Just wish the overall service was a little sharper. Consider the new Waldorp prior to booking. Also consider the Beverly Wilshire
Edward D - Saddle River, New Jersey
I had a stay for 9 days in Beverly Peninsula with my beloved wife in mid September. We checked in late around mid-night on 13th and were shown to a room totally contrary to our request made with my reservation. This is surprising for a top grade hotel as The Peninsula. We requested for a room with green and mountain view when we made our reservation. My wife was very disappointed. In any event, we stayed for a night. I wrote to their manager Mr. Scott Berger. He responded to our request promptly and arranged for a change of room the next day. After staying for the second night, we found that we would want to change for a suite to accommodate more of our guests to come in for party with us. I wrote to Scott again on 16th putting forward my request not knowing that I was posing a hard task to him. It was Emmy weekend and a crazy time for them. Anyway, Scott managed to get a suite for us though it was from Sunday night onwards. My experience of our stay at Beverly Peninsula this time is somewhat like riding on a roller coaster. Terrible at the beginning but safe and exciting at the end and with happy memory after getting off. My great appreciation to Mr. Scott Berger and his personal attendance in bringing about such an unforgettable journey. Thank you William W. L. Fan
W F - Hong Kong, China
I stay at the Peninsula every time I visit LA and have never been disappointed. One of the most beautiful hotels in LA, with friendly staff, great food and the most comfortable bed in the world. The rooms are spacious, with incredible bathrooms and is very quiet. Never disappointed with the Peninsula.
nikkiberm - Budapest, Hungary
The Grand Peninsula Hotel was just amazing, my family and I had such a great time staying there for our trip. In the morning we could sleep in and have room service anytime. The pool was warm and the view was just great. I would definitely recommend it. It's worth it.