The Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills has opened as the brand’s first new build on the West Coast and its second hotel in California. The design of the exterior architecture is a collaboration among Pierre-Yves Rochon Inc., Perkins+Will and Gensler. The 119 guestrooms and 51 suites are spread across 12 stories with Art Deco-influenced designs from Pierre-Yves Rochon Inc.
The property has triple-height lobby with a contemporary Art Deco design, handpainted murals, custom crystal chandeliers, and Lalique installations. Furniture is upholstered in tones of celadon, taupe and white to offset ornate artwork.
All 170 rooms have a contemporary aesthetic inspired by Hollywood glamour of the 1930s and 1940s. Each guestroom has floor-to-ceiling windows that open to private balconies.
There are three eateries from French chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, while the rooftop pooldeck has a swimming pool, VIP cabanas and a lounge area with panoramic views.
The hotel also has 6,300 square feet of meeting space, including two ballrooms.