One the best boutique hotels in LA. I live close by and always put up my friends/relative there and only get raves about it!
Nice staff - comfortable rooms. I had the opportunity to stay here regularly for a six month period. The hotel is often sold out, so if you want to stay, book ahead. The beds are fabulous, and the location is convenient to both shopping as well as some funky Third St. restaurants. The staff remembered me, and had a gift for me in the room each time I stayed as a reward for being a returning guest. Very nice place - would highly recommend!
An abundance of style and amenities in an intimate setting..
When it comes to local favorites, it's hard to beat Third Street, with its fabulous shops devoted to travel books, cookbooks, high-concept decor and candles, not to mention its collection of popular lunch hangouts. While this alone is enough to lure visitors, this hotel refuses to rely solely on its location: It offers serious bang for the buck in a boutique setting.
An unassuming facade welcomes travelers into an intimate marble lobby. Tiny elevators ferry guests to modestly sized, stylish rooms, which take their scaled-back design cues from the world's best contemporary hotels. The guests themselves suit the laid-back yet exclusive nature of the hotel and include loyal tourists, up-and-coming rock bands and photographers. The hotel has managed to fit in almost every big hotel amenity--pool, fitness room, sundeck--and it's just a few blocks from Cedars-Sinai and the Beverly Center shopping mall.
Great Find!. This property exceeded my expectations by far! Very attentive service and great well appointed rooms. Decor is unique and very appealing. Location is in funky neighborhood with interesting restaurants, bars, and shops. Exceptional value for money! I look forward to staying at the Beverly Plaza again.
Great Hotel for the Value. The rooms at the Beverly Plaza were really nice. Much nicer than I expected, especially for the price. They have a good restaurant,Cava w/ an awesome happy hour ofSpanish food (I think the Sangia and food was 1/2 off). The hotel was in a cool neighborhood that has great restaurants and shops around it. I asked the front desk where I could go shopping and they gave me a free taxi voucher to the Grove. Thanks for the nice time.
First time in L.A.. For my first visit to L.A., I chose the Beverly Plaza primarily for its West Hollywood location. The exterior is less than impressive, but once I stepped inside, this charming boutique hotel far exceeded my expectations. The staff were friendly and welcoming, and my room was delightful and very comfortable for a four-day stay. Be sure to explore the neighborhood restaurants. Top-rated G. Garvin is a few doors down, and Surya (a great Indian restaurant) is within easy walking distance. Other L.A. sights are close by. Stay here. You won't regret it.