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Montage Beverly Hills is located on Canon Drive, a tiny thoroughfare lined with shops and restaurants in an area known as the Golden Triangle in Beverly Hills. The Five-Star hotel, which sits at 225 N. Canon Drive, takes up much of the western side of Canon Drive between Dayton Way and Clifton Way. You can't miss the elegant Spanish-colonial-revival building — it looks as though it's from the '20s and '30s (the Mediterranean look was prevalent in Beverly Hills back then), but the hotel was built in 2008. Your room might overlook the Beverly Canon Gardens, a well-manicured park connecting Canon and Beverly drives. The Montage Beverly Hills created these gardens and is also responsible for the matching buildings on the other side of the three fountains. The major tenant there is legendary chef Thomas Keller, who brought his famous Napa bistro, Bouchon, to the Montage Beverly Hills grounds. The hotel is about as centrally located as you can get in Los Angeles. Rodeo Drive is a few steps away, you're within walking distance of many good restaurants (a rarity in drive-everywhere L.A.), and downtown Los Angeles, Santa Monica and West Hollywood are all within a short drive.
Montage Beverly Hills is located at 225 N Canon Drive in Beverly Hills' Golden Triangle between Wilshire and Sunset boulevards. It's near world-famous shopping and dining with Rodeo Drive at the center. It's a coveted location in the epicenter of Los Angeles. It's the convergence of two remarkable worlds: a high-energy, cosmopolitan destination paired with a welcoming respite distinguished by artfully crafted experiences and genuine, personalized care. The location is the ultimate convenience for aficionados of the shops, restaurants and galleries of neighboring Rodeo Drive.