Mosaic Hotel Beverly Hills

Address: 125 Spalding Dr, Beverly Hills, California, 90212, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Westside area of Beverly Hills, is near Peninsula Spa, Spadena House, Barney's New York, and Neiman-Marcus.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Mosaic Hotel Beverly Hills

    What a gem!


    My husband surprised me on our first wedding anniversary with a stay at Mosaic. We have both lived in LA for some time and have visited many of the well known hotels in the area but this takes the cake. The service, food, and decor were wonderful. The staff (Chantal and Al) were quite attentive. We were greeted with Pellagrino and Fresh Orange Juice when we checked in. I was welcomed into my room with a beautiful arrangement of roses. (My husband arranged this in advance.) The bed was comfortable and dressed in fine linens. Breakfast was tasty. The hotel offers a small pool that serves as an oasis in the city. I highly recommend Mosaic to anyone who appreciates an intimate setting. The hotel is within walking distance to all the best restaurants and shopping in Beverly Hills.

    Just Fab!


    This is a great little hotel! I normally stay at the Hotel Bel Air but decided to try something different on this trip and I was not disappointed. The staff was great, the service was excellent and the rooms, lobby, pool, etc. were just wonderful. Location of the hotel is great, near Rodeo Drive and all the great stores which means that you can walk to all the stores and great restaurants. Can't wait to come back!!!!!!

    A Dream Come True in Beverly Hills!!


    Here is everyone's dream: a perfectly delightful boutique hotel in the middle of Beverly Hills... beautifully furnished rooms (to look like your staying in someone's private home), CD player, TV, Bulgari bath accessories, "deeeelissshhhussss" food, marble bathrooms, impeccable cleaning staff, a very chic and trendy front desk and lobby, with a swimming pool surrounded by huge palm trees. OK.... that's EVERYONE'S dream, right? Right! Well, your dream has -- I promise! -- come true at the brand new Mosaic Hotel. I took my girlfriend there for her birthday this past weekend (she's in her 30's, works in the creative section of a marketing department, doesn't settle for "cute", "quaint", or "uh-huh nice"), and she absolutely loved it. Don't ask questions... just go!! And the room prices were VERY REASONABLE!!!!! We paid $139 per night. (A very special introductory deal!) Bottom line? We loved it.... do you understand? LOVED!!!!!



    This is a great hotel. The food is really wonderful. The potstickers were to die for. The rooms were very nice with great linens and Frette robes. Very very nice. The only negative was the demeanor of the woman at the front desk (I believe her name was Amelia). She wasn't friendly or helpful--kinda rude really. The rest of the staff was very helpful and friendly. Plus it is very close to all the good stores.



    What a Treat! Perfect location! Wonderful rooms! Terrific price! The staff couldn't do enough, they were all so friendly and nice. In Beverly Hills? Yes it is possible here!

    My girlfriend just died.......


    My girlfriend just died and went to heaven. From the (excuse my spelling here ) Frizzette bath and linens, to the Bvlgari bath products, to the romantic poolside cabanas, to the rainforest showerhead, to the body pilows, to the down comforter, this place is where the women melt.

    Problem is - I could care less.....but she was happy. They have all these little extras that us guys couldn't notice even if we were trained to do so.

    In my opinion....

    The place was VERY tastefully decorated, rooms were on the small side, the views were non-existent, the pool is small, and the breakfast is too expensicve, but if you have a romance is store, this is the place.

    It worked for me : )...

    Oh yeah...I got a killer deal too....$109/nt



    Me and my family visit this absolutely lovely hotel 5 years ago for two nights and we are coming back again this year in March. My rating is 10 Stars. The Best!!!

    Thank you


    Hidden Gem


    Wonderful boutique hotel. Staff very accommodating. Room cosy but clean and modern. Little homey touches like free breakfast, newspaper, and late afternoon fruit/cheese platters a real welcome treat. Located just two minutes from Rodeo Drive, and yet minutes to beaches, highways, or Sunset Strip. Quiet relaxing place, in very nice residential neighbourhood. Small pool area but kids loved it. Concierge arranged babysitter so wife and I could go out for dinner. They delivered on all promises. Would recommend highly and would go back again without hesitation.

    Very friendly staff in Beverly Hills


    You have a great little hotel, tastefully decorated, very comfortable, very friendly and welcoming staff. I will definitely stay here again on every future visit to LA.

    An oasis in Beverly Hills


    Your hotel was like an oasis for us in a sometimes-frantic week long trip to the Los Angeles area. Not only was the setting lovely, but your staff, from chambermaids to the front desk, was unfailingly upbeat and helpful.... Many thanks for making our stay in Los Angeles so enjoyable. We will certainly stay with you again on our next trip to the area.

    - Deborah and Drew Permut

    TripAdvisor Reviews Mosaic Hotel Beverly Hills

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Beverly Hills

    Beach and James Corden

    A travel blog entry by chevs_abroad on Aug 11, 2015

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    ... ice creams, we drove to Rodeo Drive for some very high-end shopping (well window shopping). But the girls didn't want Cartier, or Tiffanys or Versace, oh no. We had to make a second stop at the Beverley Center for..... the Bath and Bodyworks shop. A girl cannot have too many $1.99 hand sanitisers!

    After some extra clothes shopping we were joined by the James Corden group and heard all about the show over pizza and pasta in a local eatery.

    Universal Studios

    A travel blog entry by chevs_abroad on Aug 10, 2015

    16 photos

    Another early start! 7am breakfast in the hotel then a 20 min drive to Universal which involved Jonathan completing a Fast and Furious style manoeuvre across five lanes of traffic to make the exit. We had pre booked preferred parking and our tickets (well done Alison) and were in the park by 8.45am. First stop the Studio Tour skipping straight to the front of the line, courtesy of our Front of Line tickets (more expensive but definitely worth doing at this time of year). Great ...

    Arrived in LA

    A travel blog entry by chevs_abroad on Aug 09, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... up" breakfast made all the more tasty by the decision of the waiting staff to charge all the kids for a kids breakfast (even though all but one was over the age limit) and then fail to add up the number of kids correctly, somehow managing to lose one in the process. We felt this was apt compensation for the extremely slow service and cold food we'd endured the night before. Leaving by 7.45am we drove the short distance along The General's ...

    Universal Studios

    A travel blog entry by christo_w on Jul 15, 2015

    17 photos

    ... the Back Lots which held all the sound stages (big warehouse looking things that are 98% soundproof) and a mock up of 13 city blocks. The tour also showed the site for the plane crash from War of the Worlds and the Jaws mock up of Amity island, just to name a few. The tour also had a 3D exhibit on King Kong but unfortunately this was broken so we could not do it. We also got to witness an 8.3 magnitude earth quake in a mock subway (used in an episode ...

    Day 3 at Yosemite. The Mariposa Grove.

    A travel blog entry by cathricksm on Mar 28, 2015

    4 photos

    ... the first half uphill at, at times, quite steep. There were a couple of routes to the museum and we inadvertently chose the one "less travelled" which involved a narrow track and climbing over fallen trees that blocked the path. It was quite an achievement to make it to the top. However, it was disappointing to find that the museum was closed for the winter season. As one Trip Advisor comment said, this was not ...