Hotels >Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills
affordable great staff, helpful front desk, great value, big rooms, pricey seemed, excellent service, great barpatio
I had a very bad experience with avalon hotel.
Be aware with your credit card, they take whatever they want from it, whitout even warning you or showing you a bill. And when you ask the how does it come they charge you in the middle of the stay they tell you its not them, its trhe computer and that it wont happen again. They lie, because they took 4 times money after that story! and always without showing us a bill.
And when you ask them why they did it, they tell you again its not them and that they need to check it with the manager.
Untill today, 2 months later, we still didnt get a bill! But they charged the card.
Dont go there, you have much better and nicer hotels in beverly hill for the same price, where at least people are honest!
Chic Boutique Hotel with Poolside Dining. Each room is unique and designed with a mid-century modern flare. We had our wedding afterparty poolside at the Avalon in August of 2007. I can't imagine and nicer way to end the night. The staff at the Avalon are just incredible. They waited on us hand and foot and made us feel like royalty!! We've been back many times to eat at Blue on Blue and have never been disappointed. The blue cheese burger is one of the best in town! Free Valet with Dinner.
Treated us like queens!. We had the best time at this hotel! The staff treated us like queens. Marie and Jenny made recommedations and reservations for us, gave us directions to and from restaurants and told us where we should go to find celebs! Jason, a server at the restaurant/pool, was so sweet and catering to us. I think these people actually like their jobs because they want to take care of you. Stay at the Avalon if you want to have a great time in Beverly Hills.
Very Nice Rooms, and accomodating staff!. I flat out had a party in one of the rooms in there and they didn't care. We partied hard til 3am and no complaints. The rooms are big...have high end stereos, plasma tv!! What else could you ask for? You can rent one of the cabanas... but that costs $$$.
Comfortable, Affordable, great staff, great bar. My boyfriend and I both got sick over Memorial Day weekend and there were a million parties going on our block, so we decided to throw caution to the wind and get some much needed R&R at a hotel. I had been to the Avalon for drinks many times before (a great bar/patio), so we decided to try it for a night. Well, we liked it so much - we stayed 2 nights! It was a great deal and the staff was more then accomadating after hearing our story,...they even upgraded us to a room with a bigger bed just cause it was quieter. Overall, a great stay and a great value for Beverly Hills.
A Bit Palm Springs Motel-y But More Glamorized. Stayed here last month during my bday party at the hotel's poolside cabanas and found it nice but a bit weird. I had to stay at their pet-friendly building as I had my dogs with me, but it was across the street and it seemed that it was a converted apartment (very mid-century). Nice updated 50s/retro/Kelly Wearstler interior design, though some of the furniture looked like they needed cleaning. The staff was very friendly though, and explained the room functions very well. Seemed pricey at around $280/night for the type of hotel room, but it is Beverly Hills, so I guess it's expected. Plus I love the fact that they are dog-friendly (always a plus in my book).
Alluring vintage hideaway doubles as an honorary clubhouse for visiting design divas and fashion mavens..
Mid-century retro in an informal, homey setting is the prevailing theme, but Asian accents (such as decorative bamboo stalks) and sleek seating keep the place modern. Airy pastels, especially sage and sky-blue, dominate the color scheme. Fans of classic modernism will appreciate the whimsy of George Nelson bubble lamps and the clean lines of Noguchi glass-topped tables. The Avalon's most stunning features are its architectural elements: a teal-and-light-purple basket weave facade, a towering copper-encased elevator and a figure eight-shaped pool.
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