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Sophisticated Sofitel Los Angeles in Beverly Hills

Staying at the Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is a cosmopoliatan experience inside the ten story hotel that blends Hollywood glamour with European elegance and French style.

Upon arrival, guests are offered a welcome glass of Champagne or beverage before seeing their room. Throughout the hotel there are 40 different one-of-a-kind art pieces curated by the contemporary art gallery #TheCoolHeART. Paintings, sculptures, neon art and photographs are available for purchase with prices starting around $4,000 to $100,000.

There is a range of 295 luxurious guest rooms, including 28 spacious and elegantly appointed suites. Room size and configuration vary from a Superior king or double bed room to the Presidential Suite. Each room offers Sofitel’s signature feather and duvet sleep system MyBed, along with complimentary wireless Internet, high definition televisions, BOSE Wave Radio w/iPod dock, in-room safe, and work areas. Besides an onsite concierge, the property offers “Ask Zingle” a digital butler service.

An interior window from the bedroom looks into the all-glass shower in the bathroom featuring French Lanvin bath amenities. There is also a mini-bar, plus coffee and tea machine, plush robe and complimentary slippers in the closet.

The Beverly Suite is located on the top floor with views of Beverly Blvd. This spacious room offers a king-size bedroom and a separate living area with a queen-size pull out sofa bed.

Guests staying in the Presidential Suite have spectacular Hollywood Hills views, including the iconic Hollywood sign. There is a separate living and bedroom areas featuring the special Sofitel mattresses. Inside the bathroom is a rain shower and bathtub, Hermes bath and shower amenities. Besides an in-room safe, guests have robes and slippers to use throughout their stay.

What started as a pop-up concept, Cattle & Claw SoCal Eatery is located on the ground floor featuring two of the world's favorite foods - burgers and lobster. Besides an interior dining room, there is an elegant shabby-chic garden dining patio. The menu offers shareable appetizers, lobster towers, grilled beef patty burgers smothered in melted brie and lobster aioli. Enjoy with a Jar cocktail, wine or beer. 

In the evening the lively Riviera 31 lounge is one of the most popular bar and entertainment venues in Los Angeles. Monday evenings feature legendary Jazz eclectic night, Salsa Night is every Wednesday. Guests get cozy sitting on ruby red and blue velvet sofas under the gold Rococo ceiling to listen to the hottest musical talents.

Other hotel amenities include 24-hour in-room dining, full-service SoSpa, outdoor heated pool with colorful deck, SoFit state-of-the-art fitness center, and a celebrity hair and beauty Le Salon for guests to receive a true Hollywood glamour experience.

The hotel recently refreshed their 12,000 square feet meeting space and event facilities, offering indoor and outdoor options for parties, business meetings and lavish weddings.

Conveniently across the street from the newly renovated Beverly Center, guests can explore the upscale eight-story lifestyle center offering an array of casual to fine dining options, merchandise stores and fashion boutiques. Upon check-in ask for the Tour & Travel Promotion that includes a breakfast buffet available until 11 a.m., day passes to the VIP Lounge inside the Beverly Center Shopping Mall, and VIP client discounts at stores and restaurants. Also included is a 20% discount and welcome champagne at Michael Mina’s restaurant Cal Mare.

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Sophisticated bathrooms at the Sofitel Los Angeles in Beverly Hills include plush robes, French bath amenities and rain showers.

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The all-day Cattle & Claw So Cal Eatery offers a blooming garden dining patio.

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The Cattle & Claw in-house eatery offers a variety of two of the world's favorite dishes - burgers and lobster rolls.

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Views from the guest rooms include Beverly Hills, the Hollywood sign and greater Los Angeles area.

Jill Weinlein

Los Angeles based Jill Weinlein covers travel, food and lifestyle destinations for multiple newspapers, magazines and websites. Her areas of expertise include, luxury travel, culinary reviews, cruising and family travel destinations. Born in Los Angeles, Jill studied Communications and Theatre Arts at UCLA. She has a a Dine and Travel blog - www.dineandtravel.me and she writes a weekly restaur...(Read More)

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