BEVERLY HILLS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/13/13 -- Completing a renovation of 35 stylishly designed guest rooms, the Crescent Hotel Beverly Hills has been refreshingly renewed to deliver a welcoming experience to a prime location in Los Angeles. Set within the famed Golden Triangle in Beverly Hills, steps from Rodeo Drive, the Crescent Hotel was established as the first boutique hotel in the area in 1927. The hotel's layered history includes housing MCA Studios' stable of actors with its location directly across from the property. The hotel's comfortable scale and Art Deco architecture exudes charm and friendliness, while an array of distinctive amenities and services are personalized to meet the needs of today's traveler. The Crescent Hotel offers a new interpretation of luxury, along with an array of amenities and services in an intelligently designed space, offered at an approachable price point. Rates range from $159-$249 for a Petite Queen to Grand King.
Newly renovated guest rooms at the Crescent depict a modern Beverly Hills style meets the glamour of the 1920s Hollywood era. The imagery of a peacock feather or butterfly is an intriguing focal point, and striking color accents from teals to hints of bright gold mingle with the earthy tones of dark woods throughout the design. Subtly woven throughout an Art Deco motif carries through from one design detail to the next, from the golden encasement of the mirror to the patterns found on the drapes and carpeting. A modern style is found in sleek, concrete baths and welcome comforts include plush towels and kimono-style yukata robes. The hotel keeps in stock the popular Marvis toothpaste and Acca Kappa toothbrushes should you forget to pack your own. Complimentary amenities and services reign at Crescent Hotel, as access to an Equinox Fitness Club, 24-hour room service, and Wi-Fi are all included with your stay. Available for checkout are iPads and Macbooks when you need to reconnect with family, friends, and colleagues, perfect for surfing the web for the latest local happenings.
In the morning, be drawn to breakfast by the aroma of warm turnovers and freshly brewed coffee which are offered complimentary. Full breakfast options include a decadent truffled BLT on house-made brioche to more interesting combinations such as coconut milk and chia seed breakfast pudding. The menu also includes options fit for a vegan-lifestyle. You may find the hotel stands out for travelers seeking a low-key and distinctive experience, yet the restaurant and bar reveal imaginative offerings to keep locals and regular patrons inspired. From cocktails like the Honey Bee made with Honey Bourbon, maple, citrus, and soda, to a fine selection of artisanal and seasonal beers, you can enjoy your drink of choice in the lounge or under the sun and shade of a the palm-lined terrace. The hotel's wine list is a carefully selected collection of wines from both the old world and new, many sourced from smaller vineyards. You can relax on the outdoor terrace with a friend, have a light bite to eat or unwind with a bottle, and watch the setting transform with an ambient glow from the indoor-outdoor fireplace, before LA nightlife begins.
Vibrant food and beverage offerings combine with a compelling destination experience of the Crescent Hotel. Whether looking for accommodations or simply looking for a place to enjoy a cocktail or dinner, you won't find another hotel in Beverly Hills quite like the Crescent.
Rates range from $159 for a Petite Queen to $249 for a Grand King. For information and the latest news, please visit us on Facebook or www.crescentbh.com. For reservations, please contact 310.247.0505 / U.S. Toll-Free: 877.374.0505, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Crescent Hotel Beverly Hills, 403 North Crescent Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210.
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