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Don’t be fooled by its pink exterior and the lavish furnishings; The Beverly Hills Hotel doesn’t only cater to leisure travelers looking to shop on Rodeo Drive, but also offers plenty of amenities for business travelers. After all, L.A. is a known business hub, especially for the entertainment industry. Business travelers can get plenty of work done at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel; if, by chance, you didn’t bring your laptop to the iconic hotel, you can use one of two business centers. Though they mostly resemble computer kiosks, they offer all the basics you’ll need: Wi-Fi, printing and faxing.
If you’re looking to host a meeting at The Beverly Hills Hotel, you can rent The Boardroom, an upscale executive meeting space with audiovisual capabilities. In addition, The Polo Private Dining Room is the ideal spot for corporate dinners, and any of the three ballrooms — complete with private terraces, garden access, “sky hooks” technology and banquet service, among other things — are available to rent for large conferences and events.
Of course, you can also use Wi-Fi throughout the entire Five-Star hotel — including the guestrooms. Each room has its own wooden oval desk with a glass top, three dual-line telephones, device hookup and space for a laptop and papers. Even the cabanas by the pool, which you can rent at any time, have laptops, printers and phones available for use. Clear blue skies and a gleaming pool, if not too distracting, sounds like the ideal work environment to us.