We've researched hotels in Beverly Hills so you don't have to. These hotels are all in Beverly Hills, but none are inexpensive. Beverly Hills hotel tax is 15%
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$=$119 per night or less
$$=$120 to $169
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- Address: 9641 Sunset Boulevard Beverly Hills
- Telephone: 310-276-2251 , 800-283-8885, 310-281-2905 fax
- Rooms: 203 rooms
Surrounded by 12 acres of gardens and private walkways, the Beverly Hills Hotel has been a place to see and be seen since it opened in 1912.
- Address: 9876 Wilshire Blvd Beverly Hills
- Telephone: 310-274-7777, 800-445-8667, 310-285-1313 fax
- Rooms: 579 rooms
Owned by Merv Griffin, in the heart of Beverly Hills.
- Address: 9500 Wilshire Boulevard Beverly Hills
- Telephone: 310-275-5200, , 310-274-2851 fax
- Rooms: 147 rooms
At Wilshire and Rodeo Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills.
- Address: 300 South Doheny Drive Beverly Hills
- Telephone: 310-273-2222, 800-819-5053, 310-385-4931 fax
- Rooms: 285 rooms
Located about a mile from Rodeo Drive, the Four Seasons is one of Beverly Hills' best (and most expensive) hotels.
- Address: 9291 Burton Way
- Telephone: 310-278-3344
- Rooms: 119 rooms
Located on a quiet residential street but very close to Rodeo Drive.
A luxury hotel that impresses just about everyone, and recipient of a rare 5-star rating from this picky reviewer.
- Address: 125 Spalding Drive Beverly Hills
- Telephone: 310-278.0303, 800-463.4466, 310-278.1728 fax
- Rooms: 47 rooms
A boutique hotel with a nice garden courtyard.
- Address: 9882 Little Santa Monica Boulevard Beverly Hills
- Telephone: 310-551-2888, 800-462-7899, 310-788-2319 fax
- Rooms: 196 rooms
One of Beverly Hills' classic hotels.