Residence Inn by Marriott Beverly Hills in Los Angeles, CA

1177 S Beverly DrLos Angeles, CA 90035
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The Residence Inn by Marriott Beverly Hills offers boutique-inspired elegance in the heart of L.A. Stay close to Rodeo Drive and the La Brea Tar Pits while enjoying modern 1-2 bedroom suites equipped with full kitchens, living areas with sofa beds, luxury bedding, free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs, and more. A free America buffet breakfast is served every morning.

Property Amenities

  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Business Center
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Express Checkout
  • Guest Laundry
  • Hot Tub
  • Indoor Pool
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Internet Access in Public Areas (free)
  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Valet Parking
  • ATM/Banking
  • Concierge Services
  • Barbecue Grill(s)
  • Parking (surcharge)
  • Picnic Area
  • Dry Cleaning/Laundry Services
  • Smoke-free Property
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Check-In: 4:00pm Check-Out: 12:00pm

Property Location
A stay at Residence Inn by Marriott Beverly Hills places you in the heart of Los Angeles, convenient to Museum of Tolerance and Sony Pictures Studios. This family-friendly aparthotel is within close proximity of Museum of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and 20th Century Fox Studio.

Make yourself at home in one of the 186 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with refrigerators and stovetops. 32-inch flat-screen televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Don’t miss out on recreational opportunities including a spa tub and a fitness center. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a television in the lobby. Guests can catch a ride to nearby destinations on the complimentary area shuttle.

Take advantage of the aparthotel's room service (during limited hours).

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, a computer station, and express check-out. Planning an event in Los Angeles? This hotel has 920 square feet (85 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and meeting rooms. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.

•Self parking fee: USD 31 per day (in/out privileges)
•Valet parking fee: USD 35 per day (in/out privileges)
•Pet fee: USD 100 non-refundable cleaning fee, plus $10/day for 1 pet, $15/day for 2 pets. Maximum of 2 pets.
•Deposit: USD 250 per stay

Minimum check-in age is 18 years.

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Beverly Hills, California
"Lovely but "Serious" hotel."
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 22, 2019 NEW
A drop off the beaten path in a small area of Beverly Hills... but a $6 Uber ride gets you anywhere in the area. Very reasonable rates (except parking at $40) for Beverly Hills. We loved the hotel and got to chat with some lovely people who were staying at the hotel in order to be near a local hospital where they might be having a procedure or therapy. I think they call this "Wellness Rooms." These are nice and lovely people who we enjoyed chatting with over breakfast or in the lobby. My only reason for mentioning this, is that you probably need to be a bit quieter than at other hotels... and if your kids have a lot of energy and like to run around the lobby or hallways, maybe this isn't the best hotel for you. I was in awe of these guests (Maybe 3 or 4% of the total guests) and I felt honored to be in their presence.
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"Great location, good breakfast options"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 19, 2019 NEW
Stayed here for two nights to visit UCLA. Great location. Enjoyed the omelet station at breakfast. We had a studio. Having the sink outside the bathroom was a convenient feature. Very friendly front desk staff who were eager to help. As a member we took advantage of late check out. Overall a very pleasant experience. A bit costly, but take advantage of using cash and points. Each night may be priced differently in cash, but at the same point value, so use points for the higher priced night (we did, since I didn’t have enough points for both nights).
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Atlanta, GA
"Clean & Comfortable"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 16, 2019 NEW
Stayed here for several days. Very friendly staff. Clean comfortable loft setting. Nice having small kitchen (refrigerator, microwave, stove burners, sink, dishes & dishwasher), dining table and couch. Liked that you can choose each day whether you want housekeeping service by putting a magnet on the door. Nice breakfast buffet and comfortable lobby with plenty of seating & areas to work with your computer. Would stay here again.
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Beverly Hills, California
"Visibly Clean, Supposedly Renovated, not Beverly Hills"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 07, 2019 NEW
We recently stayed at the Residence Inn by Marriott Beverly Hills thanks to an asbestos contamination in our home located in Beverly Hills. The Marriott has always been good to me, so i figured why not, it is only 48 hours. I booked online at but somehow ended up with a reservation at Residence Inn by Marriott Beverly Hills. My partner thinks that maybe the website prioritized Residence Inn because they needed bookings. I do not know how the mixup occurred. The two properties are on the same street. It cannot be that bad, right? Check-in was lovely. i do not remember the name of the gal, but she is incredibly kind and sweet, gave me a room on the 7th floor. She has a smile that can light up a room. Thank you for making check-in memorable. The Residence Inn is pet-friendly, which i am sure many travelers are happy to hear and can appreciate. There was no pet odor or issues that we took notice of while on site. The hotel lobby is visibly very clean and bright, but the white lighting is harsh to the eye. My partner hates white lights in hotels. Parking is charged per day at outrageous fees. Get ready to break the bank. $26 per day self-parking and $48 per day for valet. Valet parking is in the same building as the hotel while guest parking is located in a garage next door. You access guest parking with your hotel keycard. We discovered the valet garage by accident as we were trying to locate the elevator downstairs to empty our car and get settled into our room. The shuttle driver informed us that we were not allowed to park downstairs but were permitted to do so while we check-in. He then told us where to find the elevator but to remember to move our car. Ummm, thanks? It became clear as to why the basement level parking is kept from public eye. The elevator access is next to Housekeeping operations located downstairs and in full swing. I do have a problem with the up-charge for parking while employees are permitted to park in the same building while guests are not. Where are the priorities here from Hotel Management? What about disability access? There are few handicap spots in the self parking garage. Sure, you can access the hotel building from the self-park garage, on level H, but there is a lack of consideration for inclement weather. I know because the day we checked in it was raining and as i exited my car i stepped into a giant puddle effectively ruining my brand new $110 shoes. Womp womp. The elevators were a tragic foreshadowing of what is to be expected from the rooms.That wood paneling and scent from 1980 let’s me know a deep cleaning is needed at this property. If they have renovated the rooms, they forgot about everything else. The hallways are styled after watermelon and have a decades old scent. Carpet shampooing and hallway perfume can do wonders to make the hotel more welcoming and comfortable for guests. This would be the first Marriott I have seen so aged. But again, for being "Beverly Hills" there is little refinement and certainly a lack of detail across the property. The hallways are dark. Do not take my word for it. That is what two older male guests mentioned to me in the elevator. I was shocked that they wanted to talk about the property so openly, but they had just checked-in too. We chatted about the aged elevators and the walls adorned with art featuring landmarks in the Los Angeles area. It is obvious the hotel is trying, but perhaps the Marriott brand itself needs more modernization. They simply cannot compete with brands like Sofitel, SLS, The Jeremy, Kimpton La Peer, Nomad, and others at this price point. To be honest with you, i think the “inn” is what cheapens the brand. You hear “Inn” and you think 1700s with no electricity, wooden torches for lighting, and a tavern filled with a wicked witch and her red apple. We arrived to our room to find a nice setup but nothing worth $300+ a night. The rooms were recently renovated, but my ceiling had two huge patched areas, which can only mean there was a roof leak at some point. I have a King Room, which is large in size and located at the end of the hall offering complete peace and privacy. Inside there is a writing desk and chair. A three-seater couch. A reading chair with ottoman. 55” LG UHD TV. Kitchenette with stainless steel appliances refrigerator, dishwasher, and microwave. The refrigerator has damage to the door, which cheapens the room. The dishwasher had minor damage to the door as well. The cupboards are filled with plates, cups, mugs, bowls, pots and pans, microwave cookware, pyrex glass, knives, forks, and spoons. There’s a pitcher in the refrigerator, chilled and ready for use. Under the sink is a scrub brush, dish soap, and a mini trash bin. There is a mini basket filled with coffee, tea, sugar, condiments, and a bag of microwave popcorn. A word of caution to travelers, I think microwave popcorn was outlawed decades ago because of the terrible health risks associated with consuming the product. I could be wrong, but do your own research to prove me wrong. Adjacent to the kitchenette is a two-seater table and chairs to sit and eat or work. There is an electric stovetop and range hood. My range hood light switch was broken, so the full light could not be turned on, only the night mode. I called Guest Services to have Engineering repair the hood on the day of my departure. The overhead kitchen light switch is oddly located near the hotel room exit which provides little functional design. There is laminate flooring separate from the carpet throughout the room, but i did notice a patch of carpeting that was frayed at the seams. It is hard to imagine how the staff cannot see these details that both cheapen the room and are part of maintenance and upkeep for the property. Does anybody care here? Yes, everyone is nice, but how invested is the staff in delivery high quality service when everything appears only surface deep. We turned on all the lights to find three different types of bulbs installed. Some yellow, some bright white, and some LED white light bulbs all existed in the lamps throughout the room. I plan to attach photos to show you what I mean, because they are literally three different colors. Again, another detail that cheapens the room. WTF is going on here with Engineering? Curtains and blackout shades covered the windows, but i did notice the blackout shades were stained. Housekeeping Department Head has not been making their rounds. Tsk, tsk. The king bed is comfortable with deep pockets and four pillows. My partner felt the pillows provided little neck support so he brought along a firm memory foam pillow. The bed has a sheet, thin down-alternative comforter, and this bizarre popcorn-design overlay that I thought was a duvet cover, but i suppose it is an added layer to make the bed appear more luxurious. There are nightstands on each side of the bed, but one of the lamps had a different color bulb from the other. There is a bluetooth speaker, Cubieblue, that is VERY EASY to connect to and provides adequate sound to play your music during your stay. It is not clear if the bathroom was renovated. The shower/tub combo is wrapped in a oyster marble wall that not only ages the bathroom, it starkly contrasts the cherry wood cubbies on the opposite wall. The soaps and shampoo products are by Paul Mitchell, but the bottle sizes are the tiniest I have ever seen in all my years of traveling. They look like they are made for an airplane ride or single use. It was challenging to shower as the hooks do not really allow you to hang your towel. The towel falls to the floor right off of the hook. They have signs everywhere requesting you save the planet and reuse your towel, but there is nowhere to effectively hang and dry out your towel. Whoever redesigned and renovated this/these room(s) knew very little about interior form and function. Lack of utility is not a residence nor does it afford a comfortable hotel stay, at least not for $300 a night. I could have been at the Sofitel in a Luxury Suite looking at The Beverly Hills, which is where i am going tomorrow after my check out from here. The staff are incredible. First night was without incident, but i woke up the next morning to find my car covered in ketchup. Yes, you read that right, ketchup. After walking the parking garage, i found evidence of what appeared to be a fast food party that occurred in the wee hours. My car was part of the party. While the garage is secured with a gate, that does not stop people from acting inappropriate while at hotels. I reported the incident immediately to the front desk. They comped one night of parking and apologized for the inconvenience. I had just had a $100+ detail and wax performed on my car. What a shame. I will attach a couple photos. Breakfast ends terribly early at 9 AM. This is either a strategy to curb costs or a specific cater to the corporate crowd. Breakfast should last until 10:30 AM with fruit throughout the day. Coffee and Hot Water is available 24/7 and refreshed at specific intervals. They do have an omelet station and waffles during breakfast service. I had a lot of fun down in the breakfast lobby area. The guests that I met while here were loads of fun to chat with and share our travel stories. I cannot say this enough, the staff are extremely kind. I did not need housekeeping services after my first night but i did want new towels and the trash to be emptied. I called Guest Services to have them coordinate with Housekeeping to deliver 3 bath towels and empty my trash. Literally 5 minutes later there was a knock at my door. Housekeeping brought a whole set of towels (I only asked for 3 bath towels) and emptied my trash. I wish Guest Services had done better to communicate my specific request, especially since there is signage everywhere asking guests to not be wasteful. The second night of our stay we did notice quite a bit of gear adrift in the hallways. On the seventh floor was a flat cart abandoned near the steps. On the fourth floor there was an engineers tool bag left in the hallway but no engineer. He/she was likely working in one of the rooms but was nowhere in sight. Overall, it was a nice stay, but I would not recommend the Residence Inn. It is middle of the road. There are far more exciting properties available in Los Angeles for cheaper prices and loads more amenities and luxury at this price point. This property is more of a $150 a night hotel. If you are going to have 'Beverly Hills' in your name, you must do more to deliver on luxury and refinement. Otherwise, do not claim a name your brand cannot deliver. You will always have a disappointed guest.
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Jacqui C
"Very Accomodating"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 05, 2019 NEW
Stayed here two nights in February. I really appreciate Elizabeth in sales for helping me set up the reservation! Hotel is clean and the room was nice. Check in was friendly as well as many associates I came across. Also had extra help from Carlos and David at the front desk. Breakfast was standard. Waffles are always delicious. Overall had a great stay!
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