L'ermitage Beverly Hills
The hotel is now part of the Viceroy Hotel Group. In late 2010 it will be unveiled as The Viceroy Beverly Hills. Reservations can now be made at http://lermitagebh.com/. There will be some "significant refurbishment" going on. The hotel says it won't impact the guest experience but we say inquire first when you book.
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Partner Reviews: L'ermitage Beverly Hills
Park across the street for free...
The new restaurant, LIVELLO, opens this week! Come sample Chef Joseph Elevado's innovative Italian-Asian menu.
Great Hotel. Staff couldn't be more helpful and attentive. Rooms huge, clean, comfortable and well services. Sooooo love the lobby bar!! :)
: save minutes and make calls from the house cell.
Great patio for brekky or lunch on a pretty day. Inside is bright and nice when cooler. Lobby a little dim for those who need readers! Great hotel and heard it's much more affordable of late
Sit by the pool and chat up Damian. He'll take great care of you.
Bentox box brunch is great. Salmon cooked perfectly. Avoid dry muffins. Croissants are good.
Worst 10 dollar coffee in LA
I enjoyed Raffles L'Ermitage and the beautiful rooms and suites, at the time, the largest in Beverly Hills. They deserve the Mobil 5 Star, which if you are a luxury traveler, everyone knows that AAA 5 diamonds are easy to obtain as Mobil is totally objective, unlike Conde Nast, whom have to please advertisers. The place is beautiful and the bathtub is great as is the staff, although somewhat cold. I felt that as I spent US$10,000 at that location, it would have been nice to receive a Christmas card as I received Bose Silent Headset from Wolf Hengst, retired President & COO of the Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts. For me, it is all about the subtle nuances. Overall I would highly and without reservation recommend Raffles L'Ermitage as they consitently receive 5 Mobil Stars unlike many properties that brag about their triple AA rating when they may only have a meager three Mobil stars.
For such an expensive hotel in such prime real estate neighborhood - this place felt more homey that haughty. I recommend skipping room service to enjoy an elegant breakfast in the hotel restaurant. Enjoy goat cheese and heirloom tomato omelettes under palm trees on the adorable side patio.
This one is simply hard to beat . The rooms are amazing , with an incredible zen like calm feeling . The service is perfect , the food and wine list is great , the pool on top of the hotel is wonderful , the lounge is happening I have stayed there several times and everytime I walk into those rooms I put on the robe and feel that warm , calm , relaxed feeling that is hard to find at any other hotel .
Raffles L'Ermitage is unassuming upon approach to the hotel but boasts the largest standard guest rooms in Beverly Hills. Each room has minimum 750 sq. ft. and separate large bath and shower. Mini bar boasts included refreshments and hotel designed by so that you may never see another guest while the hotel is booked. The suites are worth the extra cash and if you visit Asia you know the rest.
Great place in Beverly Hills - very understated and low key. However, many of the biggest stars come here to hang out. You'll see A-list stars in the lounge downstairs. Nothing flashy at all - just a nice chill place too see celebs.
The rooms are absolutely amazing. The hotel is serene and feels very private. But they have a problem with service so major that I don't know if I'd continue to stay there if it wasn't my company's preferred LA hotel. I mean, I love the personal attention that I get as a frequent guest - they have some extraordinary people on staff like Christine, Octavio, Brian, and the bar waitress who's going to law school - who are world class, never hesitating to go that extra mile to make my stay enjoyable. But I feel more corners cut every time I stay there. Food prices go up, quality goes way down. Spa isn't great. Just paid $90 for the worst in-room pedicure ever. L'Ermitage, all I can say is, please step up the service quickly and make more world class hires, or you might lose that fifth diamond!
This is the best hotel in town by far. The bar scene is hip but low-key (this is not "The W" crowd.) The service is friendly (If you want attitude, go to the Mondrian), and the food is first class. And if you're into modern French/Asian decor, this is the place for you. This is not your grandma's hotel (go to the Regent for that).
This was truly a home away from home. Whenever I come to LA...I stay here...