Each of the 170 guestrooms is a true “room with a view,” offering unrivaled vistas ranging from a bird’s eye view of the Hollywood Hills to the nearby expansive urban canyon of Century City and well beyond. Every room features floor-to-ceiling windows that open onto oversized private balconies, perfect for drinking in the sunset or simply checking out Rodeo Drive, the Beverly Hills shopping mecca just to the east, within easy walking distance of the Waldorf Astoria. On the hotel’s third level, spacious Villa Suites open onto manicured private garden terraces, perfect for entertaining friends at cocktail hour or having a quiet breakfast as the day begins.
Located adjacent to The Beverly Hilton on the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica boulevards in Beverly Hills, the 12-story hotel is the Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts’ first new build on the West Coast, joining the iconic Waldorf Astoria portfolio of 26 hotels and resorts.
Owned by Alagem Capital Group and clients of Guggenheim Partners, the hotel’s 119 deluxe rooms and 51 suites are part of a world-class design created by renowned interior design firm Pierre-Yves Rochon (PYR).
“Modern elegance is the signature look we have created for the soon-to-be iconic Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills,” PYR founder, Rochon, explains. “By using richly upholstered furniture in soothing tones of celadon, taupe and white, accented by spectacular pieces of bespoke art works, we have created an environment for travelers that is both sophisticated and relaxing.”
Those chic touches are throughout the hotel as well, from the triple-height lobby with a contemporary Art Deco design, hand-painted murals and custom Strass crystal chandeliers. Guests will delight to discover lovely Lalique installations throughout hotel, as well as one-of-a-kind pieces of significant artworks throughout the property.
Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills opens its doors to global luxury travelers on June 1, 2017.