Gensler, Pierre-Yves Rochon design Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills as brand’s second California hotel

The guestrooms and suites are spread across 12 stories with Art Deco-influenced designs from Pierre-Yves Rochon.

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 GenslerThe 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.


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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.

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