Thompson Beverly Hills
Cool 1980s design meets the casual elegance of Californian modernism.
Thompson Beverly Hills combines the sophisticated cool of late 1970s-early 1980s design with the casual elegance of Californian modernism. The 107 room hogtel was designed by Dodd Mitchell Design, and it features art installations by photographer Steven Klein throughout. Thompson Beverly Hills also includes the West Coast's first BondSt sushi restaurant, and a private rooftop bar and pool lounge. Accommodation comprises spacious rooms and suites with pluxh bed and bath linen by Sferra, and state-of-the-art technology. BondSt, the sushi restaurant managed in cooperation with Jonathan Morr, is already a favourite with customers from New York. The 130-seat restaurant features outdoor dining and alluring Japanese cuisine. Bar facilities include ABH (Above Beverly Hills) on the roof top area, open to hotel guests only, with its stunning views over Beverly Hills; the second floor bar includes a private library alcove; and the lounge is the perfect cvenue for cocktails or a late night rendezvous.