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InterContinental Los Angeles Century City at Beverly Hills

1,399 reviews
+1 310-284-6500

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
h1>Affordable Luxury in L.A.

California Cool Meets Tinsel Town Glamour

Intercontinental Los Angeles Century City at Beverly Hills is a modern hotel with a glamorous address. Occupying an enviable section of the Avenue of the Stars, the towering hotel offers beautiful guest rooms with luxurious amenities fit for a silver screen star. If you’re flying into the area, the hotel is a breezy eight miles from Los Angeles International Airport and an easy 11 miles from Bob Hope Airport. Only a short drive from the heart of Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, and Hollywood, the hotel has all the makings of a dream L.A. getaway.

The Best of L.A.

Whether you’re in the film industry or are just in L.A. for leisure, you’ll love Intercontinental’s prime locale. The hotel is less than three miles away from major studios, including Westfield Century City, Sony Pictures Studios, and Twentieth Century Fox. The iconic Rodeo Drive is also nearby, as is the Paley Center for Media. More fashionable shopping is available at The Grove, and you can graze on local cuisine at the trendy Los Angeles Farmer’s Market. All the attractions of Hollywood are a short drive away from the hotel, and so are Santa Monica and UCLA.

Sumptuous Suites Made for California Dreaming

Guest rooms at Intercontinental Los Angeles hotel are the epitome of California cool. Featuring modern decor with a hint of old Hollywood glamour, standard rooms are a spacious 425 square feet and come equipped with either one king-sized bed or two double beds. All rooms feature a fully furnished private balcony or sun deck where you can enjoy views of the Los Angeles skyline, the sparkling Pacific Ocean, or Hollywood. In the bathroom, you’ll find exquisite Italian marble, a generous walk-in shower, a separate tub, a luxurious bathrobe, and designer toiletries. 

Intercontinental rooms also have state-of-the-art amenities. A flat screen television, laptop-friendly safe, Keurig coffee machine, and iPod docking station all come standard. Wireless Internet access is available at a surcharge. In the hotel itself, you can keep up with work at the business center, enjoy casual dining at the Mari Los Angeles, passby and indulge in a few small bites at the Copper Lounge, lounge by the Intercontinental Los Angeles Century City pool, stay fit at the 24-hour gym, or indulge in a spa treatment. The hotel offers several room types ranging from king and double bed superior rooms and one-bedroom suites to royal suites measuring over 3,000 square feet.

The Bottom Line

At Intercontinental Los Angeles Century City, you can live like a movie star without spending a fortune. Featuring luxurious guest rooms and a long list of A-list amenities, this hotel is worth the indulgence. At just a stone’s throw away from major studios, Beverly Hills, and Hollywood, the hotel is conveniently located for business and leisure travelers alike. Intercontinental provides a welcome sanctuary from the frantic pace of L.A. life, so you’ll sleep easy at this stylish hotel. 

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Century City
2151 Avenue Of The Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Rooms & Rates
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Staff is superb" "Catering staff were excellent"
92% found the staff to be very friendly.
78% said the reception staff was great.
"Air Conditioners work great" "Spacious restroom"
88% thought rooms were spacious.
76% said the beds were comfortable.
"Quiet yet centralized neighborhood" "Fabulous location"
73% liked the proximity to shopping.
Not enough parking facilities, according to 86%.
"Bed and linens were superb" "Shower is superb"
Only 69% said rooms were clean enough.
88% thought rooms were spacious.
"Mall and breakfast buffet is great" "Avoid breakfast buffet"
76% said the breakfast was too expensive.
Bar and Beverages
"Bartender ignored us" "Bar opposite"
Value for money
"You have to pay for everything" "Iron was cheap"
64% thought it was overpriced.
76% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"No free wifi" "Paid for wifi"
64% thought it was overpriced.
85% said the wifi quality was bad.

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Great shopping
Parking is rare
Rooms need regular maintenance
Spacious rooms
Expert Reviews
Neo-white pyramid flaunts private balconies in the (excellent) rooms and too many amenities to even begin to steal. Hip staff maintain impeccable training.
"Duck into this hidden gem in the middle of Century City's concrete jungle", where a "considerate and generous" staff doles out "excellent" customer service.
This 364-room hotel in Century City, a commercial center for LA's TV and movie industry, features big rooms (starting at 425 square feet) with balconies and great views.