Crescent Beverly Hills completes renovation

The Crescent Hotel Beverly Hills completed the renovation of its 35 guestrooms. Set within the Golden Triangle in Beverly Hills, steps from Rodeo Drive, the Crescent Hotel was established as the first boutique hotel in the area in 1927. The hotel’s history includes housing MCA Studios’s stable of actors with its location directly across from the property.

The hotel is home to Art Deco architecture, and its newly renovated guestrooms depict a modern Beverly Hills style meeting the glamour of the 1920’s Hollywood era.

The imagery of a peacock feather or butterfly is a focal point, and color accents from teals to bright gold mingle with the earthy tones of dark woods throughout the design. Woven throughout an Art Deco motif from one design detail to the next are the golden encasement of the mirror to the patterns found on the drapes and carpeting.

A modern style is found in concrete baths, and comforts include plush towels and kimono-style yukata robes. The hotel keeps in stock the Marvis toothpaste and Acca Kappa toothbrushes.

Amenities and services include: access to an Equinox Fitness Club, 24-hour room service, and Wi-Fi. Available for checkout are iPads and Macbooks.

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As travelers prepare to get back on the road, hotels can take steps to keep their guests feeling safe.

The additional steps are meant to ensure the long-term success of its owners as COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease and guests return to hotels.

The hotel is located in downtown West Palm Beach, two blocks from the Intracoastal Waterway to the east and the Palm Beach County Convention Center to the west.