Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, located across from the Beverly Center, offers a comfortable stay for both business and leisure travellers thanks to rooms that boast spacious work desks, glass-enclosed rainfall showers and luxurious bathroom amenities.
Those wishing to relax can take a dip in the rooftop pool, while a great cocktail is firmly on offer at Riviera 31 at a hotel that is a short walk away from some of Los Angeles’ best shopping, dining and exploring.
To find out what makes the property so unique, Wayfarer Host and Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, spoke exclusively to Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills General Manager, Eric Lemaire.
Ideally located, this chic hotel provides a prestigious home base to the best of everything in the city. Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills gets inspiration from the local LA culture and tradition while celebrating innovation and the French art de vivre to offer a one-of-a-kind, luxurious hotel experience. From design details to exhibitions and events, it is what makes our hotel unique.
Our room and suites blends Hollywood glamour, European elegance and French style to create a sophisticated and unique experience. Classically decorated rooms have balconies with great views of the Hollywood Hills.
From the traditional American breakfast, to the gourmet ham and gruyere cheese croissant, our Chef Fernando Bedolla made it easy for our guests to enjoy a food selection and take them on a journey from Los Angeles to the South of France in a minute. Our bar menu is a true love letter to the city of Los Angeles and its diversity of people, cultures, tastes and influences; a powerful and unique blend that our nightlife director Aidan Demarest created.
Firstly, we offer exceptional live entertainment during the week in Riviera 31, Sofitel Los Angeles’ bar lounge. Every Monday night, Riviera 31 becomes the Jazz temple of Los Angeles! Cello Maestro Ryan Cross and his band show you the best of jazz and blues with exceptional live music and surprise performances from special guests.
Wednesday night we offer free hour hour Salsa lessons before Angelo Pagan and his band spread their Cuban and Puerto Rican rhythms and dance the night away.
Secondly, Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills offers specialised services and first-class amenities designed to make pets and their owners feel at home while traveling together, so your pet is welcome at our hotel and stay for free, no matter the size or the weight.
Thirdly, we have a distinctively unique approach to wellness and beauty situated in Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, starting with our newly renovated spa, Vendôme Clinique & Spa where we tailor experiences that restore mind, body, and essence.
Our hair salon Le Salon with BReady Beauty offers a relaxing indoor/outdoor environment, designed to be a refreshing respite. The boutique salon is comprised of three chic stylist stations with floor to ceiling mirrors, a drying station, makeup application area, and a charming al fresco bistro style patio garden.
We also have an incredible Sofitel Fitness Center that offers a refreshing moment with state-of-art fitness equipment, private trainers and interactive classes.
Air New Zealand offers fantastic Kiwi hospitality
Air New Zealand offers daily flights to Los Angeles from Auckland, with connections available from across Australia, the South Pacific and Asia.
Flights are operated by Air New Zealand’s Boing 777-300ER and the flagship Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, which features three cabins, Economy, Premium Economy and up the front, Business Premier, headlined by flatbed seats (featuring mattress toppers and large pillows for overnight flights), fantastic food and wine, thousands of hours’ entertainment and brilliant Kiwi hospitality.
The flights to Los Angeles feature a new international menu showcasing the best New Zealand to one of the world’s leading gourmand nations, the United States of America.
Onboard, premium customers can enjoy the likes of seared salmon from Marlborough, free-range chicken from Waikato and crisp salads picked straight from orchards and fields in Gisborne, Waikato and the Manawatū.
On the wine front in Business Premier, expect some of New Zealand’s best drops, including Felton Road’s 2016 Block 3 Pinot Noir from Central Otago, the Stonecraft 2018 Crofters Syrah from Hawke’s Bay and the Kumeu River Mate’s Vineyeard Chardonnay.