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All of the rooms at Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills are well appointed and spacious. Guest rooms range from 625 to 675 square feet, while suites are considerably larger, starting at 1,200 square feet and going up to 4,400 square feet. But the crème de la crème of guest rooms is one of the Premier King rooms, which overlook the Hollywood sign and the world-famous Hollywood Hills. Inside, amenities like Egyptian sheets, a spacious marble-clad bathroom and a private bar will make you feel like a celebrity.
The Presidential Suite, which, at 4,400 square feet, is the largest room at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star boutique hotel, is more like your private Beverly Hills apartment than a hotel room. Just like the guest rooms, it features amenities like platform beds, an iPod docking station, Bose speakers, Inncom room entry system, wireless Internet and more — but on a much grander scale. It boasts a dining room, a living room complete with a grand piano, a screening room, a kitchenette with a fully stocked refrigerator, three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and one guest bathroom — the definition of Beverly Hills hotel luxury.
The best rooms at Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills are the Grand Lux Suites with city views, with two large balconies and great natural light.
The one-bedroom suites are everyone’s favorite. The Beverly Suite starts at 1,200 square feet and is unique, offering two full bathrooms for those needing extra space in the morning or for entertaining guests. The Grand Luxe Suite is approximately 1,400 square feet. As all the Grand Luxe suites are south-facing, the room offers natural light throughout the day and two private balconies with views overlooking the tree-lined streets of Beverly Hills.