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Review: Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

Review: Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

The Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills sits within the renowned 90210 zip code in Beverly Hills. Since its grand opening on June 28, 2017, this hotel has swiftly established itself as one of the most prestigious luxury destinations in the area.

As we embarked on our pre-honeymoon in the Pacific, my partner Jessy and I were looking forward to kicking things off in style with a stay at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills.

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills – Booking

I booked our stay using a Hilton Free Night Reward, as this is one of LA’s most aspirational – and therefore expensive – hotels. It’s also one of the better uses of a Hilton Free Night Award if you happen to have one on hand, given that cash rates at the hotel can be quite high.

If you’re looking to pay with points or cash, a standard room at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills retails for 95,000 Hilton Honors points per night at the low end, making it an advantageous choice when you take into account the usual cash rates of $1,000+ (USD).

To further maximize value, you can book this hotel for four nights using points and get the Fifth Night Free. A five-night stay would therefore cost you as few as 308,000 points, equivalent to 61,600 points per night.

If booking a cash rate, keep in mind that this property participates in Hilton Impresario, a preferred partner program. By booking your stay through an authorized travel advisor, you’ll enjoy a suite of extra perks, such as free breakfast, a $100 (USD) hotel credit, and more, all while paying the same as the best available flexible rate.

What’s more, while Hilton Impresario typically only grants an upgrade upon availability at check-in rather than at the time of booking, I was able to connect with the sales manager at this property and learned that the hotel usually does their best to confirm an upgrade at the time of booking for Impresario guests, subject to forecasted occupancy.

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