New York's sophisticated style transplanted to Beverly Hills.
Formerly the Thompson Beverly Hills, this property follows the success of its hugely popular NYC sister hotel. Sixty Beverly Hills is perfect for those who love chic and black, for that's the theme of this sleek lodging on Wilshire Boulevard near Rodeo Drive. Enter the dark lobby, and if seeing and being seen is your objective (a serious part of this hotel's cachet), head left to the small, intimate bar or upstairs to the rooftop ABH (Above Beverly Hills) Lounge, with its fire pits and imported Canary Island palm tree. Caulfield's Bar and Dining Room serves steakhouse fare and features communal dining. The large guest rooms and suites were designed by Dodd Mitchell with a "California Modernism" style: dark woods, platform beds and mirrored ceilings that give a slightly minimalist feel to the place. Each room has an oversized shower, floating marble sink and balcony with views of L. A.
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