Don’t you deserve the best? We think so, which is why we’ve cherry-picked the best presidential suites in Los Angeles and Orange County so that you might truly indulge in the overnight stay you deserve.
Located on the eighth floor of the original Wilshire Wing, this newly renovated grand suite has been graced by numerous celebrities over the decades. Its spacious and elegant master bedroom features a canopy bed and comfortable sitting area, his-and-hers walk-in closets and state-of-the-art media equipment. The Wilshire Presidential suite starts at $20k per night.
Beverly Hills Hotel
Each Presidential Bungalow at the Pink Palace is a “home away from home” in classic pink stucco with its own private entrance; a Great Room with dining room and chicly furnished living room; a professional kitchen; custom-designed furnishings and beautifully collected pieces from the 1920s to modern day; three bedrooms with luxurious baths featuring free-standing tubs, steam showers and vanities; and, in the timeless Hollywood tradition, a limestone fireplace – five per Bungalow – in every room. Beautiful gardens surround each Bungalow with outdoor spaces with private pool, fireplace, dining area with nighttime illumination, entertainment systems, exercise areas, courtyards, and the only private outdoor showers in Los Angeles. The cost of a night's stay in one of the bungalows: $13,650- $18,150.
Alexandra Champalimaud designed this $15,750 per night six-bedroom suite at the Hotel Bel-Air, of which offers 6,775 square-feet of indoor and outdoor living space. Here you'll find private dining for 10, a chef’s professional kitchen, a study, wet-bar, great room with grand piano, and a private pool led out by French doors to an outdoor lounge and dining areas, Jacuzzi and fireplace all located within a private Spanish courtyard. Inspired by the Hotel Bel Air’s glamorous roots with classic details, modern lines, and an enormous sense of space, the suite extends exquisite design detail with silvered hand-painted dining room walls, tooled leather doors, arched floor-to-ceiling windows, vaulted ceilings, and limestone floors throughout. The Master Suite includes a king size bed and a full marble bathroom with heated limestone floors, powder room, separate rain showers with body sprays and deep spa tubs with built in TVs. Additionally, the presidential suite offers complete privacy with a separate hotel entrance. It’s also the largest suite in Los Angeles accommodations.
Montage Laguna Beach
The Montage Laguna Beach's answer to presidential glory is their Catalina Suite. At $6500 per night, guests are offered two bedrooms, a 700 square-foot balcony, which offers stunning views of the nearby Catalina Island. There's also an in-room surround sound system, locally inspired one-of-a-kind artwork pieces, a fireplace, his and her bath with soak tub, walk-in showers soak tub and walk in showers.
The Peninsula Beverly Hills
You'll feel like a star when you traipse up the grand double staircase leading up through the hotel garden to the private entrance of the Peninsula's two-bedroom, three-bathroom Presidential Villa. 2,336 sq ft in size, The Peninsula Villa is the largest guest accommodation at The Peninsula Beverly Hills, offering total privacy in a two-story bungalow setting. Guests enter a rotunda with a starburst-patterned parquet-wood floor, its curved walls decorated with Chinoiserie panels in luminous cerulean blue. In the living room, the seating area is complemented by buff velvet upholstery, a hand-knotted carpet in soft blues and greens and a collection of Chinese blue and white porcelain. A two-level terrace features a mosaic-tile-backed Jacuzzi hot tub. The dining room, with a view of a private garden, features a crystal chandelier and gold-leaf-framed Chinoiserie panels. The bedrooms include a master suite with soft beige textured silk walls, crisp garden prints and a king-sized bed, and a guest bedroom, with double canopied beds. An adjacent one-bedroom villa suite can be connected to create a three-bedroom villa for $9,700 a night.