A relaxed California aesthetic with European-style grandeur.
Adjacent to the Beverly Center and close to the splendor of Rodeo Drive and the Sunset Strip, the Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills marries a relaxed California aesthetic with European-style grandeur. A hushed color palette permeates the 295 spacious guestrooms, marked by modern features like glass-enclosed rainfall showers. Some even feature outdoor patios, deep soaking tubs, and views of the Hollywood Hills. The most coveted suite is, of course, the 950-square-foot penthouse-level Presidential, complete with its own fireplace. Inside rustic Estérel, guests eat French cuisine in mustard-colored booths against a backdrop of deep blue walls and wide plank mahogany floors, or on the balmy outdoor patio with its driftwood bar and living wall of plants. In the restaurant’s more private Aviary, bird cages are playfully suspended overhead, while the cocktail haven Riviera 31 channels the Côte d'Azur in its mid-century heyday through the telling photography of Edward Quinn.