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Viceroy L'Ermitage Beverly Hills Will Now L'Emerge in Early 2011

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May 11, 2010 at 1:25 PM | by | ()

If you're heading to the L'ermitage Beverly Hills this summer you may want to check on the status of the hotel's refurbishments. The hotel was set to become The Viceroy Beverly Hills in late 2010 with refurbishments beginning in the Spring. But in a press release about the hotel's new hires, we saw that refurbishments were to begin sometime this summer. And on the new website for the hotel, the re-launch date is now listed as "early 2011". The name will also change a bit to Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills.

We skipped over to TripAdvisor to get a better feel for what's going on at the hotel from a guest's perspective and everything seems to be luxury hotel business as normal. Guests raved about the elegance, the peace and quiet, the spacious rooms and the great service. We hope the refurbs don't mess that up.

Interested in checking out the hotel before it becomes a Viceroy? The L'Ermitage is currently offering a third night free when you book two nights in a suite. Or a fourth night free when you book three nights in a standard room.

Archived Comments:

L'Ermitage Beverly Hills

Someone may want to confirm this but I heard from a recent guest that they no longer offer select complimentary non-alcoholic beverages from the minibar.  Their website doesn't say complimentary wifi internet as well. I have a feeling those small, thoughtful touches are history now that Viceroy has taken over.  Pretty disappointing.  

L'Ermitage Beverly Hills

I love this hotel!!

It's true they did discontinue the free non- alcoholic drinks from the mini-bar, and I think that happened when they were still Raffles. But the other Beverly Hills 'Top Drawer' hotels don't offer them either.

L'Ermitage is still the thoughtful hotel, and wifi internet is still free.

L'Ermitage Beverly Hills

While anyone who stays at this hotel can certainly afford to pay for items in the minibar, it was just a nice thoughtful gesture to offer complimentary non-alcoholic beverages. I wonder if they still offer 2 robes per guest as well as the business cards.