From Santa Monica to Beverly Hills to DTLA, there are numerous luxury hotels taking center stage in the City of Angels. It’s not just Hollywood and the plethora of celebrities that draw attention to the largest city in California. With a number of options to choose from, tourists, or locals just looking for a short escape from the hustle and bustle, can choose from a number of luxury accommodations with one-of-a-kind style and offerings. When looking for an exclusive suite or penthouse in LA look no further. Here are the 18 most luxurious, and expensive, hotel suites in LA.
The Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel – $25,000
A landmark since its opening in 1928, The Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, is just steps from Rodeo Drive shopping and dining. A preferred home-away-from-home for celebrities and the international elite, the hotel features 395 guest rooms, including 137 spacious suites. The hotel is also home to the most expensive suite in Los Angeles; the three-bedroom, 5,000-square-foot Penthouse Suite, located on the private 14th floor of the Beverly Wing. With a spacious terrace which wraps around the entirety of the suite, guests can enjoy unrivaled 270-degree views of the entire city. Ideal for entertaining, the suite includes a dining room complete with seating for 10 and an adjoining show kitchen and media room. The master bedroom includes an expansive walk-in closet and an en-suite bathroom offering an oversized shower and deep-soaking tub.
Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills – $20,000
The new Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is set on the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica, and exudes the California lifestyle. Designed inside and out by the legendary Pierre-Yves Rochon, Gensler and Will+Perkins, and paired with world-class service, the hotel invites guests to stay in one of their 170 guest rooms and suites. The 3,215-square-foot Presidential Penthouse Suite boasts a 1,459-square-foot terrace on the penthouse floor of the hotel. An oasis in the sky, here you’ll wake up to sunrises through floor-to-ceiling windows and enjoy the Crestron smart home system to take care of your every need. Relax in your private spa treatment sanctuary or invite guests to your personal home theater, fully-stocked kitchen and dining room.
Hotel Bel-Air – $19,000
Through paradise gardens and Swan Lake, Hotel Bel-Air is an exclusive California oasis just minutes from Beverly Hills and LA’s popular attractions. With 58 guestrooms and 45 suites, including seven one-of-a-kind specialty suites, guests will be treated like royalty with impeccable service and a charming atmosphere. The one-bedroom Presidential Suite has 6,775 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space which gives guests the feel of a private home. Enjoy garden views from the great room, unwind on the patio with its own dining area and Jacuzzi, and pass through French doors and onto the courtyard with its own private swimming pool. On top of the luxurious bedroom and spa bath, your stay includes round-trip LAX airport transfers and a welcome bottle of Krug Champagne.
The Beverly Hills Hotel – $19,000
Known as the Pink Palace, over the last century The Beverly Hills Hotel has been a home-away-from-home for Hollywood stars and those travelers looking for timeless glamour. The five-star hotel is surrounded by 12 acres of topical gardens and is home to 208 rooms and suites including 23 private bungalows. Combining modern and classic design, the two 5,000-square-feet Presidential Bungalows include three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bath suites with private pools, outdoor showers, a full office, a great room, a dining room and full kitchen. Guests are also treated to round-trip LAX airport transfers, along with a welcome bottle of Champagne, flowers, fruit and treats upon arrival.
Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills – $18,750
Situated on tree-lined Burton Way in Beverly Hills, Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills is just a short stroll from Rodeo Drive, yet offers guests unquestioned privacy. The Forbes Five Star and AAA Five Diamonds hotel has both studio and residential suites, both offering modern luxuries for the distinguished traveler. The newly-renovated, 3,700 to 4,400-square-foot Presidential Suite can be expanded from one to two-bedrooms and bathrooms by connecting one neighboring suite, and also includes a formal, 12-seat dining room. Guests can enjoy five balconies, a private home theater, exquisite study and games room, and a full kitchen with professional-grade appliances and fully-stocked refrigerator. To make the suite feel like home, it includes a spacious “Old Hollywood” style dressing room.
The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills – $15,000
The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills offers guests the height of the laid-back, LA lifestyle located at the crossroads of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. With 226 bright, spacious suites designed by David Collins Studio and Richard Design, the hotel also features a 110-seat, state-of-the-art screening room. The London Penthouse is the largest suite in Los Angeles, with over 11,000 square feet of living space. The two-story suite is complete with a 5,000-square-foot rooftop deck offering 360-degree views of LA, and includes an outdoor kitchen, rooftop shower, dining area and fireplace. Inspired by Vivienne Westwood and incorporating her artwork and aesthetic throughout, the suite includes two-spacious bedrooms and spa-like bathrooms, a media room, a full-size kitchen and a 2,000-square-foot grand salon. Penthouse guests are also treated to an hour of private shopping at the Vivienne Westwood boutique, round-trip luxury airport transportation and more.
Four Seasons Los Angeles – $12,000
Centrally located between Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is a five-star hotel with 285 spacious guest rooms and luxury suites. The hotel is currently completing a rooms refresh, with a contemporary decor and nod to Old Hollywood glamour. Along with four types of guest rooms and nine luxury suites, the spacious Presidential Suite East truly stands out. The 3,235-square-foot suite features two king beds, two full marble bathrooms and a guest powder room with shower. Along with a state-of-the-art Bulthaup kitchen, guests can enjoy a spacious living room, dining room, two studies and eight walk-out balconies.
The Peninsula Beverly Hills – $10,000
The Peninsula Beverly Hills is the only AAA Five Diamond and Forbes Five Star-rated hotel in Southern California every year since 1993. Offering 195 guest rooms, including 38 suites and 17 private villas, the 2,250-square-foot Royal Patio Suite stands out from the crowd. The one-bedroom suite includes a private 450-square-foot terrace, LCD TVs, complimentary Wi-fi, and a modern kitchen with Viking and Sub-Zero appliances. Along with complimentary use of a luxury vehicle throughout your stay and other complimentary services, these esteemed guests can enjoy a garden view, a dining table that expands to seat eight beneath a crystal chandelier and additional in-suite amenities.
InterContinental Los Angeles Century City at Beverly Hills – $8,000
Situated on the famed Avenue of the Stars, the InterContinental Los Angeles Century City at Beverly Hills is located in the heart of city, centrally located to the beach, Beverly Hills and more. Featuring 363 well-appointed guestrooms and suites, the hotel’s most luxe suite is their 3,300-square-foot Royal Suite. The two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom suite is located on the top floor of the hotel with wrap-around balconies, dramatic bespoke LED lighting and state-of-the-art entertainment technology. Here, guests can enjoy the whirlpool tub and walk-in rain shower in the master bedroom along with a kitchenette with full size refrigerator, spacious living room area and an elegant dining room with an eight-foot LED fireplace. Additionally, the second bedroom includes an attached office space that can also double as another bedroom, accommodating a larger group.
SLS Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Beverly Hills – $7,000
Featuring 297 rooms, 63 of them being suites, the SLS Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Beverly Hills, boasts a distinctly modern, yet classically elegant design from the visionary Philippe Starck. Their 1,900-square-foot Presidential Suite includes an open living room, grand dining area, powder room, spacious master bedroom and bathroom with a walk-in closet, and full dressing area. Enjoy the latest technology including two wide-screen LCD TVs, Bose surround sound and more. Cook up a storm in their full kitchen, wet bar and pantry, and host up to 10 guests in the dining area. The suite also includes exclusive Technogym Kinesis personal training equipment, providing busy travelers with the ability to perform more than 200 exercises in the privacy of their own suite. The Presidential Suite is easily connected to two additional rooms, creating a three-bedroom suite upon request.
The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel – $6,000
Set above the Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is a boutique hotel established in 1927. With 300 rooms which include 63 suites, the historic hotel is the oldest continually operating hotel in Los Angeles. Their 3,200-square-foot Gable and Lombard Penthouse was once home to legendary couple Clark Gable and Carole Lombard. Now, guests can live like Superman in the three-level penthouse which features a 750-square-foot rooftop patio with 360-degree, panoramic views of Hollywood and its surrounding area. With two master suites with king bedrooms, the suite also features a large bar, sound system throughout, vaulted ceilings, and a dining and living room.
Hotel Casa del Mar – $5,500
Just steps away from the sand and Pacific Ocean, Hotel Casa del Mar offers 129 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites, imparting the ambiance of a chic beach estate, with a historic sense of place. The Mediterranean-inspired hotel offers one of LA’s most coveted beach hotel suites, its Presidential Suite. Offering a bird’s-eye view over the entire Pacific coastline, the suite boasts large living and dining rooms with exquisite handpicked furnishings, two spectacular master bedrooms with lofty ceilings and natural lighting, two fireplaces and a guest bath. To jet set around in style, guests of the Presidential Suite will have access to complimentary house car transfers in an Audi Q7 within a three-mile radius of the hotel.
Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows – $5,000
Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows allows guests to explore the best Santa Monica has to offer with its location across the street from the ocean and just a few blocks from the Santa Monica Pier. With 302 guest rooms and suites, and 32 secluded garden bungalows, the hotel is proud to have designed its rooms with the lowest impact on the environment and have received the Green Hotel Certification. Bungalow One is a customized three-bedroom suite, ideal for those seeking a beachside oasis. The 2,500-square-foot suite was designed by LA-based interior designer Michael Berman, to be the convergence of a Southern California beach house with a glamorous, mid-century pad. Along with custom designed furniture throughout, the suite includes a 1,000-square-foot private patio with private access to the Miramar gardens and pool. Reflective of the Santa Monica beach community, the surf-modern designed suite also features curated art collections and views overlooking Miramar Gardens.
The Beverly Hilton – $5,000
The Forbes Four-Star hotel opened in 1955 at the crossroads of the iconic Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards. The Beverly Hilton features 569 guestrooms, including 101 suites with panoramic city views and inviting indoor-outdoor living spaces, as well as nine private luxury suites within The Penthouse Collection. Home to the Golden Globe Awards Show, which has been held at The Beverly Hilton for 47 years, and other top industry events, their Presidential Suite is a three-room 1,870-square-foot suite with a master bedroom, living room, dining room and spa-inspired bathroom. For larger parties, it can also be combined with up to two Luxury King Suites and the Governor’s Suite to create a 3,387-square-foot, four-bedroom residence.
Terranea Resort – $4,500
The 102-acre peninsula paradise that is Terranea Resort surrounds guests with the tranquil waves of the Pacific Ocean. An eco-friendly resort on the Rancho Palos Verdes peninsula offers four types of accommodations: traditional guest rooms and suites, 20 ocean-front bungalows, 50 ocean-view casitas and 32 villas. The newly renovated 2,200-square-foot Vanderlip Suite is a premier one-bedroom (may be expanded to two-bedroom) ocean-front suite. Features include in-suite pantry with full-size refrigerator and sink, fireplace, two 60-inch, flat-screen TVs, east and south facing private balconies with ocean views, separate over-sized living room and dining room, a five-fixture stone master bathroom with separate dressing room, and a telescope for whale watching or taking in the views of Catalina Island.
The Langham Huntington, Pasadena – $3,500
Located in charming Pasadena, The Langham Huntington, Pasadena boasts 377 elegantly furnished rooms, suites and cottages. Just a short drive from Downtown Los Angeles, each room provides guests views of the nearby mountains and picturesque landscape, and gives guests a quiet haven to escape bustling city life. The hotel’s Tournament of Roses Suite is a two-story penthouse suite with 360-degree views of the Horseshoe Gardens, San Marino and the majestic San Gabriel Mountains. The 3,660-square-foot suite features one master bedroom with king bed, and one guest bedroom with two queen beds and bathrooms with Jacuzzi bathtubs. Along with a full-sized kitchen and large living area with a baby grand piano, the suite features hardwood floors, full Italian marble bathrooms, hand-carved wood furniture and rich textiles throughout. Guests also will receive privileged access to The Langham Club and its bespoke services.
Mr. C Beverly Hills – $1,600
Brothers Maggio and Ignazio Cipriani have built on the Cipriani family name with the launch of Mr. C Beverly Hills in 2011. Presenting a modern version of old-world simplicity and stylish European glamour, the hotel features 137 rooms and suites. The hotel also recently launched five, four-story private Mr. C Residences, which can be used as a penthouse suite for long-term stays of 30 days or more if an owner rents their unit back to the hotel. Starting at $45,000/month, these residences are located next to the property and designed by renowned California architect Ray Kappe. For those looking for a glamorous experience at the hotel, The C Suite includes a separate living room alongside two guestrooms and twin private balconies overlooking stunning views of Los Angeles. Depending on a guest’s needs, the suite can be one or two bedrooms and features a chic, all-white bathroom with a soaking tub.
Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills – $1,500
Ideally situated on the corner of La Cienega and Beverly Boulevard, opposite the Beverly Center Shopping Center, Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills offers guests nine different choices of rooms and suites. Of their 295 rooms, the most luxurious is the 950-square-foot Presidential Suite. Located on the penthouse level with views of the Hollywood Hills, The Griffith Observatory and Downtown Los Angeles, the suite features a king bed and separate living room area with balcony. It also offers guests state-of-the-art technology—including high-definition TVs and Wi-fi, and a bathroom with a glass-enclosed rainfall shower, large bathtub and amenities from Hermès.