How Much Does it Cost to Park at The Beverly Hilton?
We all know how heinous Hotel Parking fees can be and we always try to warn you of the worst offenders when we can. Typically, big cities like San Francisco and New York charge the most for overnight parking for guests, upwards of $45 a night. In other cities, parking rates range from $20 to $35 a night.
At The Beverly Hilton, overnight rates were a decent $29 a night for hotel guests. But it's visiting the hotel that gets you in to wallet trouble. These are the self-parking rates which we snapped on Friday afternoon.
The first hour is $8 for self-parking, not valet. Each additional hour is $5! The max to pay is $29. Now, there are validations available on property to avoid these charges. We had a drink in the lobby bar and the validation was $7 for four hours. We were there for just one so we saved a dollar.
There are some other ways to save on self-parking fees when staying overnight at the Beverly Hilton. The hotel is offering a few packages right now, one that gives a 30 percent discount for stays booked one week in advance. Another includes a fourth night free when you book three nights and free breakfast everyday. Hopefully, those savings there will make the parking bill a little more manageable.
Despite the parking costs, we were much impressed by the modern look of the Beverly Hilton, just like HotelChatter contributor JuliaB was back in March. And yes, the parking experience is quite pretty. But don't say we didn't warn you that it will cost some extra duckets just to pop in for a visit.
Unless, you know, your chauffered car doesn't mind waiting for you down the street.