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If you’re traveling to The Beverly Hilton on business, you’ll find several amenities that will help you out. Your room will have Internet access and Wi-Fi — it costs $14.95 a day or $70 a week to use it, though it’s free in public spaces like the lobby — and a safe with two outlets in it, so you can stow and charge your laptop at the same time. It’s also furnished with an ergonomic workstation that has plug-in panels right on top of the oval-shaped dark wood desk. For those who like to work while snuggling in bed and watching TV, there are also outlets on the bedside table lamps that will keep your laptop juiced up.
Outside of your room, the Four-Star hotel offers an automated 24-hour business center with four large-screen Macs. It costs $3.75 to get online for 15 minutes. In addition, the center has a color and black-and-white printer, fax machines and a copier. For more hands-on business help, try the hotel’s AVT Event Technology and Business Center, which is also on the lobby level. The full-service, staffed business center offers printing, copying, collating, data entry or file transfer needs. However, it can assist with more complicated audiovisual needs, say for a meeting or conference at the hotel. AVT also offers onsite computers; it’ll cost you $.50 cents a minute or $15 an hour to surf there. AVT is open Monday to Friday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
To make the most of the Beverly Hills hotel’s business amenities, opt for the business package, which includes a breakfast catered in-room or poolside from Circa 55 restaurant, high-speed Internet access, a one-time garment pressing, and either printing, faxing, scanning or copying up to 50 pages in the business center. The package starts at $295 a night.