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The Peninsula Beverly Hills
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9882 S Santa Monica Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 90212
9882 South Santa Monica BoulevardUSCaliforniaBeverly Hills90212
Luxury Hotel Beverly Hills - This hotel resembles a gracious private residence, offering luxuriously appointed rooms, suites & private villas nestled amid lush gardens to the most discerning of travel
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Large luxury hotel known for its power breakfast scene, sporting posh rooms, private villas & a spa.- Google
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Elight Iose
3 months ago
I have never been so let down in my life. I've been in far better service than what I have received here. The disrespect I received by room service was by far the worst. That's no way to treat a guest. To top it off, they screwed up my lunch order, and the food was cold.. Honestly, I was recommended to come stay here through a friend, but now, ugh.. Better yet, I think I'll stick to The Beverly Hilton.
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Sachel Hamm
4 months ago
Disrespectful and rude! The worst service I have ever received. Wouldn't recommend it to my worst enemy...
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Jennifer Jones
2 years ago
The Peninsula Hotel was recommended to my husband and I by friends, so when we were looking for a house in the area earlier this summer we decided to make the Peninsula our vacation home for a couple weeks. As you can see from the street the hotel is beautiful and really tries to give off a friendly vibe amongst all the glamour in the area. We were really impressed by the staff at the front desk and in the bar, but we were left disappointed by the quality of food in the restaurant and with room service. After two bad meals we started going out to eat. They did give us pretty good service with our young son and that was a nice plus as some hotels don't seem to want to lift a finger for children. The Peninsula is more expensive than a lot of hotels, but the location cannot be beat. So overall I say it is worth staying in but just not eating in, especially if great room service food options are important to you.
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R Dhawan
2 years ago
perhaps the finest hotel in s. california. discreet and great service. the belvedere restaurant is one of the finest in terms of food, ambience and service.
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Phil Dalencour
9 months ago
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. The staff sticks out as particularly exceptional. From the desk, to the bar, to room service to valet, restaurant and pool staff they thought to do, and said things that really made the stay more comfortable. The staff at least are not pretentious at all which makes the whole affair that much more authentically enjoyable Now, of course the property was amazing as well. The lower floor garden patio rooms are wonderful. It's essentially, on par with the best Ritz hotels. Would strongly recommend booking, and in advance ;)
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H D Garcia
a year ago
If you're looking for a place to stay in, in Beverly Hills, stay at the Peninsula. One can't go wrong by staying there! The restaurants are great as well. One may also want to consider The Beverly Wilshire Hotel as well.
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Nancy Sequoia
a year ago
Highly recommend this place. My review is for the afternoon tea. The food was delicious and I had afternoon tea service in the Living Room, which is elegant and beautiful. So far, this is my favorite afternoon tea place. I would come here again.
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Doug Anderson
a year ago
Great hotel. That said, I really love the Beverly Wilshire. That said, this should be the most difficult choice one ever has.