Pets Welcome: $50 per night - Dogs up to 10 lbs are allowed.
Valet Parking (In and Out Privileges): $55 per night
Entire property is non-smoking
A minimum of $1,000 deep cleaning fee will apply if anyone smokes in the room
Check in/out Policies
Guests must be 18 years or older to check in
Check-in 3:00 PM - Check-out 12:00 PM
1-night room and tax charged for early departure
Major credit card required to hold room and is mandatory at check in.
Requirements above may vary for holidays / special events
Guests must present a valid credit card upon check-in to cover incidental charges and the security deposit. The Front Desk will run authorization on your card so your bank or credit card company may reflect this by temporarily reducing your available balance or credit limit. It is not a charge. The authorization ensures that the card is valid and will be released 5 to 10 days after check-out, provided there is no damage, missing inventory, room charges, or excessive cleaning required. Amount authorized at this property: $150.00 USD per night
Please note that if the owner of the credit card we have on file will not be present at check in, the person checking in at the hotel will need to provide their own credit card. If you need to make arrangements to prepay your stay (either for yourself or for someone else), please contact us immediately and we will forward you a Credit Card Authorization Form as hotels usually require a minimum of 7 days processing time.
A dash of East Coast sophistication in the heart of Beverly Hills, the SIXTY Beverly Hills is like the backdrop to a Helmut Newton photograph – all dark-toned 1970s-style and black-leather accessories. With a prime location close to Rodeo Drive, as well as a rooftop bar and pool that screams – well, drawls – laid-back cool, it’s fast becoming a scene in its own right. Guests at SIXTY Beverly Hills can now also experience Ella—a new neighborhood restaurant featuring flavors from all over the melting pot that is Los Angeles.
WHAT WE LOVE
Residing on Wilshire Boulevard, the hotel is just three blocks from Rodeo Drive shopping
Ella’s bold menu celebrates the Mediterranean, Asian, and Italian flavors found in Beverly Hills
Poolside cabanas are the perfect place to relax in privacy
The hottest hotel nightlife scene in Beverly Hills is at the rooftop pool bar
Paying homage to the history of the post-prohibition era, the cocktails at Ella showcase the rebirth of America’s greatest culinary contribution–the cocktail