Time Out says
Sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills and eccentrically upscale digs—think modernist furniture and plenty of potted plants—make this charming mid-century boutique hotel a must-visit for art and design aficionados or couples looking for a quirky romantic getaway.
Nestled between the upscale neighborhoods of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, the Beverly Terrace is walking distance from the raucous Sunset Strip scene without getting caught up in it: here, you’ll find the intimate accommodations and warm service of a traditional bed & breakfast. The modestly sized hotel boasts thirty-nine rooms surrounding a verdant courtyard; rooms are done up in a muted mid-century palette of cream and gold accented with playful details like orange-accented throw pillows and quilted teal headboards, plus warm, bespoke-looking furniture. Other amenities include vanity stations, flatscreen TVs and free wifi, as well as overnight laundry and 24-hour concierge service. Start your day with breakfast (it’s complimentary) downstairs at the Italian-inspired Cafe Amici, and then, after a day on Rodeo Drive or Museum Row, wind down with a cocktail while soaking up the afternoon sun on the succulent-lined rooftop terrace, which offers unparalleled views of the Hollywood Hills.
Location: Located on the border between Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, the Hotel Beverly Terrace offers visitors the best of both neighborhoods: stroll down tony tree-lined boulevards to boutique shopping, dining and nightlife, or take a short bus or Uber to Hollywood’s sightseeing or the beaches of Santa Monica and Malibu.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art: LACMA’s recently renovated exterior means the landmark museum’s facade finally matches the prestige of its interior collections. An astounding permanent collection is rounded out by tea gardens, a movie theater, gift shops and a rotating calendar of events.
Craig’s: Settle into a pine green leather booth at this celeb-approved L.A. steakhouse, which pairs old school vibes with playful and upscale takes on American classics like honey truffle fried chicken and a killer meatloaf.
Spago: The flavors of California, Southern Europe and Japan mingle at this famed Beverly Hills eatery. If you can handle the hefty price tag, the California tasting menus offer expertly prepared renditions of local, seasonal ingredients.
Abbey: This slightly goth gay clubs boasts four bars, supremely strong drinks and a solid selection of dance music that’s landed it on Best Of lists worldwide.
Good for: The Hotel Beverly Terrace’s chic yet relaxed European-esque ambience is ideal for romantic weekends away; sunset cocktails and intimate digs are the perfect date night after a long day of sightseeing.
Amenities: Room service, free wifi, minibar, restaurant, bar, laundry service, concierge
Time Out tip: Ask the front desk for help booking tours. Whether you want to see celebrity houses or make a day trip to Disneyland, the Beverly Terrace’s concierge will have all the details you need, and probably a great deal or two, to boot.
Thirty nine stylish rooms are set around our Garden Courtyard, a lovely outdoor living room where you can lounge on your own or mix with other guests if you are traveling solo. Promising at least 300 days of California blue sky, our Roof Terrace invites you to let your inner sun goddess shine with a panoramic view of the Hollywood Hills. It is also a perfect spot to read a book or have a sunset cocktail before dashing off for the evening.