Beverly Hills Marriott debuts $26M renovation

Beverly Hills Marriott joined the Marriott Hotels brand following a $26-million renovation. The property was formerly known as the Crowne Plaza Beverly Hills.

The hotel in Beverly Hills, California was reimagined from floor to ceiling in all public and private spaces. The property’s “Greatroom Lobby” now has dark wood tones highlighted by pops of color and artwork. A new addition is the Club Lounge on the hotel's first floor.

The Beverly Hills Marriott’s guestrooms and suites have flat-panel TVs and Internet access. The rooms also have a new décor and furniture. The bathrooms now have lighted mirrors, new faucets, upscale countertops and walk-in showers.

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For dining, Beverly Hills hotel added THE Beverly Hills Marriott Restaurant and THE Beverly Hills Marriott Bar.

For events, the hotel's renovated meeting rooms have AV equipment and customizable catering menus. The property has eight meeting spaces totaling more than 8,000 square feet.

Beverly Hills Marriott is located at 1150 S. Beverly Drive in Los Angeles, California. It is near Rodeo Drive, the Hollywood Bowl and Getty Center. The hotel has 12 floors with 250 rooms, 10 suites, eight meeting rooms, a restaurant, M Lounge, fitness center, outdoor pool and whirlpool. 

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