Luxlo renovates Mosaic Hotel in Beverly Hills

Gemstone Hotels & Resorts re-opened the Mosaic Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., following an eight-month, multi-million dollar renovation. The 49-room hotel is located near the Rodeo Drive.

The new interior design is by Luxlo, a London-based design firm specializing in luxury hotels. It blends Californian and European influences. The Mosaic engagement was Luxlo's first in the US.

According to Tim King, Luxlo's principal designer, the design team used bright colors, modern artwork and whimsical wallpaper in the property's aesthetics. The hotel will also have a bowler-hatted doorman. 

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Guestrooms have low-slung chairs, Nespresso machines, bedside lighting controls and media hubs, electronic "do not disturb" signs and a "media hug" entertainment system designed to interface with a guest's personal devices. In the bath, there are rainfall showerheads and palm trees on the walls.

For dining, Mosaic’s restaurant has indoor seating or al fresco dining in the gardens. The hotel also has a lobby bar.

Meanwhile, the refreshed pool area has setting for relaxation with white furniture, cabanas and a fire pit.

Located at 125 Spaulding Dr., Mosaic Hotel and its nearby sister hotel, Maison 140, are part of Gemstone Hotels & Resorts Beverly Hills portfolio.

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