Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Chic in LA: Avalon Hotel

When I visited Los Angeles last year, I stayed a big "too cool for school" hotel where I felt like no one cared who I was or how I was doing.  That's why on this trip, I decided to stay at the Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills again.  I stayed at the hotel three years ago but that was before the rooms had been renovated so it was nice to see how they changed.  What's really funny is that I was booked into the exact same room from three years ago. You can see pics here. The only complaint I had about the upgraded rooms is that you can no longer open the windows and there aren't any places to hang a towel in the bathroom if you use the one hook for your robe. But the marble bathroom is a thousand times nicer than the previous one so that made up for the lack of towel bars. 

What I really love about the Avalon Hotel is that it is small so everyone knows your name and the entire staff is beyond nice.  Let me assure you that I am not just saying this because I received a free room. In fact, I paid for my entire stay myself and didn't have to write anything at all. I wanted to because if you like design and would like to be treated well while you are in LA, then I recommend staying at the Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills.  I don't think I will stay anywhere else from now on.  

Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills
9400 Olympic Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Reservations: 800-670-6183
Phone: 310-277-5221







My vintage Chanel bag felt very at home. 


The bathroom has lots of shelves for your toiletries.

The car that I saw from my window when I checked in. 


Photos by Heather Clawson for Habitually Chic

5 comments:

Erika @ ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

so wanna stay there

always chic said...

Love it...so LA che-che..Cant wait to stay there soon!

cassiefairy.com said...

Love this hotel, so classy! And am enjoying reading your blog as always - you're on my favourite blogs list here :) http://cassiefairy.com/about/

Jennifer@ClassicStyleHome said...

After seeing the vintage Chanel, I lost focus on the hotel. The pics before that were nice, lol.

Unknown said...

How unfortunate that one can no longer open the windows in this hotel. Eight years as an international flight attendant taught me the importance of staying (and living and working) in facilities where the windows can be opened. Best regards, Leslie in Portland.

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