Maybourne Beverly Hills

California-cool meets old-world glamour, designer, lavish

225 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills 90210

1 310 8607800

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At a Glance

The first international property in the Maybourne Collection, the Maybourne Beverly Hills (previously the Montage), was acquired in May 2020 and now finds itself in good company among its three London sister stalwarts: Claridge’s, The Connaught and The Berkeley. Re-opened in August, this L.A. property offers the best of both worlds: a dose of European flair and modern comforts. It also has something you won’t find year-round across the Pond, namely a large rooftop pool with cabanas and views, a sprawling spa, and botanical cocktails that are crafted to be sipped under the California sun. The 201 rooms and 55 suites are fresh and sophisticated, and, like the pool, take advantage of the top city views. Although L.A. is not considered a pedestrian’s paradise, this hotel, which sits just off Wilshire Boulevard, may be the one spot where you’ll feel inclined to head out on foot—even if it’s just for a stroll to Rodeo Drive a few blocks away.

The Standout: The largest spa in Beverly Hills, spanning over 20,000-square-feet, with 17 treatment rooms Don’t Miss: The Cigar Bar—a speakeasy with specialty whiskeys, with a terrace overlooking Beverly Canon gardens

Indagare Loves

  • The unbeatable location steps from chic shops and restaurants
  • Expansive views of the Hollywood Hills from the rooftop pool (and the cabanas)
  • The cozy-chic Nook, decorated with a stylish mix of vintage Scandinavian and American pieces and a curated selection of design and architecture books


Everything at Maybourne Beverly Hills is done on a grand scale, from the no-expense-spared spa (a palatial 20,000 square feet) to the hand-painted ceilings in the public rooms, to the rooftop pool, which features arcing jets of water. The property’s Spanish Revival architecture, meant to evoke the 1920s, creates a dignified ambience. Women may find the look slightly masculine (the earth-tone aesthetic extends to the coffee-colored bathrobes), but captains of industry will feel right at home. The 201 rooms and 55 suites are spacious and well-appointed, with overstuffed furniture and plenty of lavish touches. Even the smallest room (at 480 square feet) has a mosaic-tiled bathroom and a 42-inch flat-screen TV. My suite had Pratesi linens, a stocked wine rack in the living room and a shaving mirror inset into the wall of the marble shower. The staff offers extravagant service. (When I got in my car, the valet offered to help me with my seatbelt.)

The top coup may be the resort’s Golden Triangle location on North Canon Drive, just off of Wilshire. Although L.A. is not much of a walking city, this is one spot where you’ll feel inclined to embark by foot—perhaps to Rodeo Drive (a few blocks away) or simply to Bouchon (just across the landscaped courtyard). But for a city resort, there is also plenty to do on-site. The spa is so vast it is almost overwhelming. In addition to the 17 treatment rooms and the state-of-the-art fitness center, there are saunas, steam rooms, whirlpools, Vichy showers, a Pilates and yoga studio and a full Kim Vo salon. Be sure to visit the coed relaxation area, which has a mineral pool and a stunning two-story, mosaic-tiled Moorish skylight. On-site restaurants include Parq, the fine-dining Muse, and the rooftop Conservatory Grill, which is a wonderful spot for breakfast or an al fresco lunch.

Who Should Stay

Couples, families and friends looking for pampering, without sacrificing location

Written by Eliza Harris

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