What are rooms like at Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills?

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Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills has spacious rooms that feel both chicly spare but super-comfortable. The Asian-inspired rooms are minimalist, featuring maple wood furniture and English sycamore paneling. The paneling — carved into a screen of sorts — sits behind the custom-made platform beds, which are decked out in sleek white Egyptian cotton linens and silk shams. A built-in entertainment cabinet sits across from the low-profile bed, and a sliding door makes it easy to hide the TV, DVD player and CD player when they’re not in use. Two velvet armchairs sit to the side of the bed with an ottoman and a side table and lamp, good for reading or for guests. Natural light floods in from the French doors, which open to a small balcony. (Most rooms have balconies, some larger than others.)

And if your trip is one that includes work, a mahogany desk with two chairs is situated along the wall with an Internet hook-up, lamp and phone. When your work is done, get ready for a night out in the vanity area, which has lights on each side of a large mirror. Across from the vanity is the open closet, where you can hang your clothes and lock up your valuables.

Head into the sleek bathroom and you’ll find the same bright design — cream marble countertops sit on mahogany cabinets, which are stocked with towels. You’ll also find a makeup mirror on the counter and a scale on the floor. The beige marble soaking tub sits below a large mirror, while the glass-door shower is separate. Your bathroom experience will be complete compliments of the two cozy, white Viceroy L’Ermitage robes awaiting your arrival.

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Each of the 117 distinctive guest rooms at Viceroy L'Ermitage Beverly Hills offers approximately 675 square feet of space — the largest Beverly Hills accommodations — while most feature balconies with stunning views of the city of Beverly Hills or the beautiful Hollywood and Beverly Hills. Quietly sophisticated, Asian-influenced design includes European English Sycamore paneling, maple wood furnishings, exquisite artwork, high-tech touches and sumptuous amenities that surround guests in an atmosphere of modernism at its best.

Viceroy L’Ermitage has the largest rooms in Beverly Hills. Our smallest rooms start at 650 square feet and are elegant and understated. Each room features a separate marble bath from shower, spacious living quarters and a private balcony overlooking Beverly Hills and the Hollywood Hills. Many of our rooms have walk-thru closets, which are ideal, as we are located only blocks from Rodeo Drive.

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