Cipriani Returns To Hoteling With Mr. C Beverly Hills

More than three decades after Giuseppe Cipriani sold the iconic Hotel Cipriani in Venice, the Cipriani family returns to hoteling with the opening of its new boutique property in Beverly Hills. Targeted at trendy individuals from Hollywood in search of style without the formality of traditional hotels, the new Mr. C Beverly Hills represents a modern vision of old-world simplicity and European glamour with Italian rosewood finishes and hand-blown glass chandeliers.

 

138 guestrooms (including 12 Signature and Classic suites) feature private balconies and are elegantly furnished with hardwood flooring and marble bathrooms, accentuated by vintage black and white film photography. Guests will enjoy luxurious King-sized beds with 300-threadcount Mascioni linens, Gilchrist & Soames bath amenities, 42-inch flatscreen televisions, complimentary high-speed internet access, iPads/laptops, workstation with iHome alarm clock, in-room safe and private bar, as well as exclusive use of its house car and driver. 5 multi-level residential bungalows designed by renowned Californian architect Ray Kappe are planned to be added in the future.

 

Mr. C Beverly Hills’ namesake restaurant welcomes in-house guests and diners with classic dishes from Cipriani together with grilled specialties and pizzas. With indoor and outdoor seating, the restaurant is ideal for people-watching and catching up with friends and associates, while 2 private rooms cater for more intimate occasions.

 

The hotel offers a variety of venues for meetings and events ranging from 20 to 1,000 guests, including a stylish 465-square meter indoor/outdoor space with private glass elevator direct access and 360-degree city views. For recreation and wellness, there is a rooftop swimming pool with cabanas and daybeds where spa services are available and a TechnoGym-equipped gymnasium, while the library provides quiet spaces for relaxation over a good book.

 

For more information, visit www.mrchotels.com.

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