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If you’re planning on driving to Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills, you’ll want to be sure that your car is secured because parking on the street can sometimes result in your getting a ticket. To play it safe, valet park with the hotel (actually the hotel’s only option) — it’s $35 for 24-hour overnight parking. If you’re just visiting someone at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel or want to grab a drink at the bar, valet parking is only $6 for the first two hours with validation. Of course, street parking is available but you’ll have to pay attention to signs to ensure you don’t get a dreaded ticket — or even worse, get towed.
If you’re a celebrity or VIP, you can use Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills’ Red Carpet entrance, which allows you to pull right into the underground garage so you don’t have to be visible going through the main entrance of the hotel (to avoid paparazzi!). Instead, you walk along the red carpet straight to the elevator to go to your guestroom — it’s all very discrete.