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Josh Flagg Discovers The Montage Beverly Hills Will Even Monogram a Pillow for Your Dog

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June 7, 2012 at 4:18 PM | by | ()

Our resident celebrity hotel hopper, Josh Flagg is back on TV now that the fifth season of Million Dollar Listing on Bravo premiered last night. But life isn't all "house" work for Josh. As soon as filming finished, he packed up and resumed his whirlwind travels. Today he returns to his old stomping grounds--Beverly Hills--by staycationing at the Montage.

Colton and I have Godzilla registered as a service dog so we don't even call ahead of time anymore when we bring her on planes or to hotels. When I checked into the Montage Beverly Hills on Friday night, I was delightfully pleased to find in my room a dog bed (which was equally as comfortable as the bed... I actually tried it out... I know most mentally stable people usually do things like that) and they brought her a dog bowl and a bottle of water.

The cutest part of it though was what I found on the bed. Three monogrammed pillows with a J for Josh a C for Colton and a G for Godzilla! And if you are wondering, the service is impeccable and everything a great hotel should be.

Beverly Hills really only has a few GREAT hotels surprisingly... The Four Seasons Beverly Hills which is best known for it's service, The Beverly Hills Hotel which is just an iconic staple of the city and a must place to go for the pool, The Four Seasons Beverly Wilshire because of its location and now at the top of the list as well, The Montage for encompassing all of these things. Godzilla gives it two paws up!

Wanna know more about Josh Flagg's Beverly Hills? He's actually created an app for that. Star Maps by Josh Flagg allows you to search any of your favorite star's homes and see pictures of them, get directions to them and find out information about the property. At 99 cents, it's far more cheaper than a $20 outdated map on the side of the road or hopping on a tour bus for $30.

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