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Rating: 3.79

Address: 1224 Beverwil Dr, Los Angeles, CA, 90035

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    Comments (87):

    1. David L.
    Great hotel, great location and views. The size is perfect: big enough to be able to cater for your needs but still small enough to be intimate. Mr C has real style and a great atmosphere.

    14/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. David P.
    What an addition to the Beverly Hills area. Non pretentious but elegant with a cool fresh style. All of the staff we encountered were helpful and pleasant. I am sold and will be making this my west coast home away from home.  5 star all the way!!

    20/01/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. John D.
    Wonderful boutique style hotel with a European flair.  The rooms a bright and airy, gorgeous marble bathrooms, and comfortable beds fitted with Frette sheets. You can enjoy their famous bellinis and play pool on the glass billard table......so cool! The pool area has fantastic cabanas and lounge seating.  This is the perfect sanctuary when visiting LA.

    18/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Nicole N.
    So I think I finally have a hotel, I feel well taken care of. I was in LA on business, and was lucky enough to get a reservation due to two conventions going on. Also, I did book at the last minute. When you arrive to Mr.C, one notices that it is part of a residential area. That was fine with me, since this was not so much a pleasure trip, but the key to me was being comfortable for that week. Upon immediate arrival, I felt the difference in service. After a long flight, and devastating loss of the Giants on the plane, I could not wait to defrag and just enjoy the warm LA weather of 85 degrees. I was immediately greeted and offered a wonderful Cipriani signature Belini cocktail. Ummm but of course, I am sad Giants fan over here. So that already put me in a more than accomodating mood, to hand over the charge card to begin the business at hand. The check-in process was relatively speedy and I was handed my room key. I was on the 9th floor of the hotel. Which was not bad, based on reviews. I believe the hotel is twelve stories. As I opened the room door, I was so happy to see the leather tuffetted king size bed and a balcony for me to step out on. I was happy right away. The bell guy who did bring my luggage, offered me a tour and explanation of the room amenities, which included an umbrella(yes the little things matter). I was so grateful for the explanation and it was a nice way to not trying to figure it out on my own. I was very happy for the ipod/iphone charger(which I am noticing is slowly becoming hotel standard these days). So I was famished, but also knew I had a busy day ahead, and what better way to  review their room service. So for my first night I did order room service. The beauty of their room service is that it come from Cipriani restaurant located within the hotel. I order bronzino with grilled vegies. I have to say my entree was grilled to perfection. I was not disappointed in the least. So to be a good Yelper, I did order dessert. I ordered their tiramisu. I have to say this is officially ranks as my favorite tiramisu ever. Why??? Well besides it being enough for 3, it was less cake more mousse feel to it. IT is covered with a layer of chocolate and the cream was just oh soooo yummy. I was in heaven, and had a great start to a great stay. I have to say every am, I was greeted warmly and my room was left impeccably. I even on purpose did some things, to see if housekeeping caught it. She most definitely did, and handled it appropriately. Their attention to detail, made this a beautiful stay from home as I worked the long hours. I did eat at Cipriani's primarily due to my schedule and I was never disappointed from the chicken with mushrooms, to the pasta dish. I was very happy with my stay, and I will definitely return.

    18/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    5. James s.
    One of the best Italian restaurants in California but the best service i have ever had at ANY restaurant in the entire state.  Two waiters take your order and everything comes out exactly as ordered.  This is a much more enjoyable experience than cipriani's in NYC which is insanely loud and overly packed all the time.

    11/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Sejin O.
    I stayed here 7/4/11 and it was absolutely amazing. I stayed in a beverly hills view room and although it was just a standard room it was beautiful. The hardwood floors, patio, and bed were all very nice and the restroom, though a bit small, came with a rainfall shower which was pretty cool. It was a bit on the pricey side but definitely worth it for a hotel of this caliber. Front desk was very nice and offered us mimosas as we checked into our rooms and even printed some papers for me free of charge. They also had free wifi which is a rarity in los angeles hotels. Would definitely recommend to check out if your in the neighborhood.

    02/01/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Anna K.
    Amazing food! Baked pasta is so amazing. Wonderful service and good atmosphere.

    06/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Jeannie H.

    ATMOSPHERE - The location is away from the main drag of Bev Hills, which in some ways, I appreciated.  I found the surroundings very masculine, more like an outpost for James Bond rather than your typical woman, and in order to appeal to the masses, you would think they would have settled on decor that was more gender neutral.  The small lobby is laid out a little strangely with a bar area and something that's a hybrid between a library and cigar room.  There's a grand piano, some desks, and seating areas.  Each seating section is framed by an office lamp, office chair, lounge chair, red Chesterfield style couch, and coffee table.  The sealight floor lamps (like those found at Restoration Hardware) added some interest.  In fact, everything about the decor was very Restoration Hardware.  There's a big blank area where they're expecting a pool table that will hopefully encourage some people to linger.  There's also a patio area with some tables and chairs.  This lobby and bar isn't particularly conducive to gatherings and I don't foresee it turning into a trendy crowd pleaser like the SLS lounge.  Overall, the decor lacked warmth.  Though I appreciate the occasional punch of colour, I don't think the decor was particularly cohesive.

    The halls had royal blue carpeting and white walls that were lined with old Hollywood black and white photos.  The rooms had the same photography.  The beds had a large leather upholstered panel head board.   I'm pretty certain the sheets were Frette.  Overall, the bed was quite comfortable.  The night stands, dressers and desks were all tan pleather cigar trunks.  The bathrooms were well equipped with a Carrara marble shower and double sinks.

    The pool area was a definite winner.  The colours were a beautiful white, raw sienna, and burnt sienna.  There were plenty of chairs to lounge including some very shaded and comfortable cabanas.  Though the pool was small with the deepest end being 5', it was sufficient to cool off in.  Towels were provided, pool attendant was available, there was an outdoor bar staffed at all times, and some night jasmine bushes that added a natural floral scent.  I could see this turning into a gathering area like the Viceroy.

    There is no option but to valet and I believe that was $30 per night.  They have a car service for short distances in the form of 1 Cadillac Escalade but it's not readily available.  

    You pay a premium for a Beverly Hills view versus a City view, which is bizarre since either view is obscured by smog.  Every room has a patio large enough for 2 chairs and a table.

    SERVICE - Service was excellent.  We were greeted warmly at the desk with a bellini.  I asked for 2 plates and some utensils for the sack of cheese I had just bought and instead ended up with a table with linens, wine glasses, bread, crackers, etc.  It was a lovely gesture.  

    I would come back again.  I'm very indifferent toward the decor and think it lacks the swankiness of some places like the SLS and the luxuriousness and old world charm of other places like The Beverly Hills Hotel and Peninsula but this is an entirely different price point. I also love the cleanliness and freshness of a new hotel.  The staff were  very friendly and the service wonderful, which is a huge plus.

    02/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. Ivan C.
    Attended a banquet at the penthouse and had a fantastic experience at this hotel/restaurant. From the service at the valet taking your car, to the waiters offering you bellinis as you walk in the room. The appetizers were numerous and my favorites were the bacon wrapped scallops, portabella mushrooms in a puff pastry and the cherry tomatoes stuffed with pesto. The carrot soup was complex in flavor but light on texture. The salad combined cucumbers with string beans, tomatoes and white corn. The main course was a delicious fillet, so tender you could cut it with the fork. All of this in a setting with 360 degrees view of Beverly Hills, Century City and Los Angeles. Highly recommended!

    15/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. Alice W.
    Swanky design, great food equally elegant. Impeccable service. Dining room is very old fashioned - something out of a Visconti movie. Lounge is mod but tasteful. Had a lunch meeting here, and the place was gorgeously empty.

    30/12/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    11. Sarah C.
    I am forever on the search for great hotels. As someone who travels frequently, I try many different hotels in the cities that I frequent the most (Miami, Los Angeles, Toronto and London) and am always looking for the place that can be my home away from home while also serve as an efficient business center and entertaining spot.

    Without a doubt, Mr. C is sitting pretty on the top of my Los Angeles list.

    Most often while in LA I stay at The London, Beverly Hills Hotel, SLS or Montage. I decided to try Mr. C on the recommendation of a colleague and also as the client I was meeting with had a corporate account with them. This turned out to be a fantastic  move.

    Mr. C is a CHIC hotel in the Beverly Wood area. The lobby is done in an modern, fairly masculine setting with a nod to old Hollywood - but with a twist. Think beamlight lamps, a stainless steel free form pool table, jade green leather couches with metal detailing, tall potted palm fronds, marble floors.

    Upon arrival the uber efficient valet takes your car and they have a text system so you can text them to retrieve your vehicle in addition to calling from your room. Valet is about 30 a day, which is traditional in LA for these sort of hotels. When I had a tire that was low on my rental car due to a nail, they offered to call my rental agency for me and also kept an eye on the tire while I worked something out with the agency - and even went as far as to recommend a nearby gas station with air that I could go to if needed.

    The staff is beyond kind - when I first arrived, my suite wasnt ready yet so after apologizing profusely (which wasnt needed) they offered me a complimentary bellini and asked if they could get me a copy of the Los Angeles Times or a magazine while I waited. I turned on my laptop to find out that wireless was complimentary - major perk.

    Rooms are very cute - I was on the fourth floor and had a view of the city and a little porch which wicker furniture. White leather headboard, king bed, white leather couch, flat screen tv and mirrored glass table.

    If you need to take meetings at your hotel or entertain clients, this place rocks. Nice little restaurant from Cipriani and the pool is very cute which cabanas which you can rent. The bar is fully stocked and I recommend the Mr. C cocktail.

    Gym is functional with treadmills, bikes, row machines, free weights, weight machines and exercise balls. Bonus points for free headphones.

    All in all, a great stay. I will certainly be coming back!

    04/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    12. Cassandra C.
    My wife and I had a wonderful weekend in LA and it started with Mr C. From the time you arrive to the time you leave you are treated like an A list celeb. The valets are awesome, they open the door for you as you arrive and offer a bottle of water every time you leave. They also will drop you off and pick you up anywhere within 3 miles of the hotel. The welcome bellini was very refreshing as we waited for our room keys to arrive. The bar area is pretty wide open and very low key. I would have liked to see it when its busy.
    Our room we beautiful. 8th floor overlooking the hazy LA skyline. It was decked out in white leather and black and white photo's of Felini. The west bar is well stocked with a variety of items. The shower may have been the best perk of the room, it was a rian style shower head that was very relaxing.
    We never ate in the restaraunt but did have room service.
    Next time we go to LA on vacation we will definatly stay at Mr C's.

    09/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    13. Francesca V.
    Fantastic at every turn.

    30/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    14. Marissa T.
    First time at Mr. C's on a work trip.  They PAMPER you there, you first walk in, and they literally make you sit down and relax at the bar.  Over 21, fabulous, because they treat you to a complimentary Bellini too when you check in.  I ended up chatting with new friends at the bar for like 2 hours before heading to my beautiful room, with a huge balcony.  The view was nothing to rave about as I was looking at some concrete pathways, but I didn't care because the balcony was furnished with comfy chairs and it's own garden scape.  I felt like I could have a very relaxing first date out there or something, but since I was on a work trip and flying solo, I took to the amazing service they offer at Mr. C's...FREE transportation in a chauffeured Mercedes to wherever you want to go (if it is w/ in a reasonable radius).  Hint, definitely give the nice gentleman a tip, and you may be able to go farther... :)  A 5 star hotel with great amenities, a bit removed from the center of the city, but I was okay with that since I had my own car. There is no where to park without a meter around the hotel, so you are stuck paying any ridiculous valet charge that the establishment and the establishments around it want to charge.  You will like the stationary in your desk and the postcards and the pens,  just don't take the shoe bag unless you want to pay $35.00 for it.  I thought it was complimentary because I mistook it for a laundry bag.  They do though, give you complimentary slippers and fresh smelling soaps every day during the turn down service.  What a pleasure!!

    01/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    15. Jake V.
    Kept an eye out for groupon deals for nice hotels in the area for our annual anniversary stay-cation, and saw Mr. C had a pretty nice deal. Always wary that groupon hotel deals are for places that have terrible reviews (hence why they need to drum up business), I was shocked to see Mr. C's reviews as good as they were. Of course, you still never know, but at the price they offered it was worth the adventure.

    The place isn't technically in Beverly Hills which explains its lower price compared to hotels in the area, but don't let that deter you: from the moment you step out of your car you are overcome with the wave of friendly hospitality (though let's be honest here you're also going to be expected to tip frequently). Valet was fast, someone immediately greets you to start the checkin process (they have no front desk, instead someone takes your info while you're directed to the bar for free complimentary bellinis). Even your luggage will be taken from your car and brought up to your room, and you can text a number to bring your car to the front when you need it.

    Everyone is exceedingly friendly (again this might put off more private guests), and this is reflected in many of the hotel's details, including a fantastic free town car service (which we didn't get to use since we had dinner at Picca a mere three doors away) that offers rides within 3 miles of the hotel.

    The vibe of the hotel is plush, modern, extravagant, and the perfect kind of hip for us. Very Los Angeles. I like these hotels better than the frilly bed and breakfast type. That evening there was an industry party being hosted which meant the place could get kind of rowdy, so again good for couples but not if you're looking for complete peace and quiet. The bathrooms sadly were nice but pretty pedestrian and don't have nearly the plush vibe of the rest of the room. Bathrooms probably leave the strongest impression for me, an important area that can really turn a relaxing experience over the top, and Mr. C's were not particularly memorable.

    The pool is pretty small and there's no view to speak of since it's walled from the city and not elevated, but it wasn't all that crowded and there were plenty of seats to lay out on. Towels and bathrobes were complimentary as well.

    Again for the price it's a really nice place for a stay-cation. The service is spectacular even for us groupon-ers (I've had places treat us as lower customers because of our deals). I'd be excited to go back even if there wasn't a deal offered (though it wouldn't hurt getting me back sooner!)

    16/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    16. wayne C.
    Had one of the worst restaurant experience two Fridays ago at Mr C Beverly Hills!! Growing up in LA being in F&B business and eating out almost every night, the night at Mr C Beverly Hills was the WORST EVER!! The meal was plated like cafeteria food, salty and over priced, each cocktail at the bar outside was priced at $18.99 on average (even a Hennessy VS and ginger-ale) ... its not about the money, but I can find better places to spend mine!!

    To top it off, we waited for AN HOUR AND HALF for the check to come to the table of 8 adults and one kid!!!  During that hour and half, no water, coffee, or anything else were offered ... nor did the waitstaff touched or acknowledged the table!!  At the end of the night, the managers chose to defend themselves with their pompous broken English instead of recognizing their mistakes.  Needless to say, this place SUCKED!!  

    All the restaurants chains from NY City, do your homework before coming into LA, cause you dont know JACK about this city and your know it all attitude is the reason why most of you FAIL in LA .....

    31/03/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    17. Tash M.
    Well, my friend, Jeannie H, whose review I recommend you read, pretty much summarized my experience at Mr. C accurately, especially considering the fact that we stayed here together as part of a girls' Bev Hills getaway and shopping trip.  

    I do heartily agree that the service was exceptional, especially our welcome with the bellinis and a guided tour by one of the hotel staff.  I did enjoy our balcony, where 2 people can sit comfortably.  One problem was that the balcony was permanently lit with 2 rather bright lights, and there was no option to switch them off.  Why those lights were not accompanied by a switch left me feeling nonplussed.   Anyway, since the bright lights were ruining my wine buzz, I called the front desk to check if there was perhaps a mysterious or hidden switch for the lights.  They stated there was no switch, but they sent up a gentleman who actually went onto our balcony and unscrewed the light bulbs!!!!  Now that is service!!

    The furnishings were just as my friend stated below. We didn't sample the restaurant, but it seemed quite busy for dinner, and also seemed to attract a decent lunch crowd.  I liked the hotel location in that it's not on a heavily trafficked road.  

    I do agree that the decor is congruent with what I've seen in a few other "boutique" hotels, which seem to cater a bit more to the male business traveler.  I found it interesting that the handles for the drawers were fashioned from leather straps.  The bath products also smelled a bit masculine for my taste.  

    If there's one reason I'll come back here: POOL!!!  It was heavenly, and beautifully anointed.  There was a plethora of reclining chairs, chaise lounges and lovely cabanas.  Granted, it was not at all crowded, with only about 3-5 others when we were there.  And the pool itself is quite small.  This is a wonderful place to sit/lay back, sip a drink or read.  I hope I can go back to enjoy it again before people and their various bodily fluids contaminate the furnishings.

    11/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    18. David P.
    Amazing service.
    Chic, Sophisticated rooms.
    Unparalleled bellinis.
    Awesome bartenders!
    It all adds up to a great hotel that I will return too.

    11/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    19. Ron J.
    I've heard myths and fairy tales of quiet restaurants only few know of; speakeasies, private clubs, and hotels described as "Hidden Gems."  I actually found a hidden gem, and this gem is now my first choice when booking accommodations in or near Beverly Hills.   Come for a walk with me through my memory...

    When I arrived at Mr. C Beverly Hills I was greeted immediately with a lush lawn and cobbled roundabout.  Flags waving to the sky and the most hospitable of hosts.  Before I could get my wits about me my rolling case was on a Bellman's Cart and I had been informed of the hotel's amenities, the House Car (we will revisit this shortly), and my complimentary Bellinis.  Intense and efficient this team is not unfamiliar with the needs and whims of even the most discerning guest.

    With most reviews I attempt to describe the beauty of the location, however, with Mr. C Beverly Hills I will describe the feel.  Understand Mr. C is beautiful, well-appointed and absolutely beautiful, I wanted to explore the rooms and public areas.  As I entered the expansive main entry, which takes you directly to the bar, I couldn't help but notice I began to relax as I took my seat.  Only moments later a gentleman approached with a large silver tray, at center a lonely Bellini.  To my left a study with volumes of books and inviting chairs of caramel, to my right the stark white of the elegant and sexy restaurant.  Was I in a hotel or a swanky lounge?  I wasn't quite sure - but I liked it.  The staff was attentive, distant affording privacy, but attentive.  I would also like to extend a bit of credit where credit is due as the staff was also intuitive, something a bit harder to find today.  How you ask?  I chose Mr. C Beverly Hills for my accommodations while attending the Primetime Emmys, that said, the host took the liberty of making sure my vehicle was positioned at the door and my exit was effortless - even with six other limousines retrieving guests and a full valet.  Now about that House Car I mentioned.  As a guest, the cheery host that greeted me, informed me Mr. C Beverly Hills extends to their guests a "House Car", this car is reachable by phone, text, etc. and will retrieve a guest staying with the property within a three mile radius.  Great for those whose shopping feet are tired and need a little help getting back from Rodeo Drive.  Clever.

    One cannot ask for a better suite or room. The views of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles from the terraces (yes, full terraces with garden style seating) is nothing short of rejuvenating; I need not leave my room for much.  I will not go on gushing of the beauty, if you are reading this you owe yourself the frivolity of booking with Mr. C Beverly Hills.  The artwork in the rooms, the starkness of the linen, the leather that resounds everywhere - there can now be only one choice when visiting Beverly Hills.  Mr. C Beverly Hills,  Bravo!  Bravo!  Bravo!

    16/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    20. Russell B.
    The chicest hotel I've ever stayed in. The fact that it wasn't the most expensive by far makes it even more remarkable.

    It's a beautiful place. The lobby is gorgeous. Shorthand for the look - Restoration Hardware by way of Milan. Flowers, rugs, light fixtures, fittings, door hardware and hinges and the people. All gorgeous. My room looked exactly like the web pictures. Sparkling clean. Beautiful wood floors, wrap around terrace, chrome and leather everywhere. Not a scuff, ding, stain or pull.

    The people were wonderful. Met at my car and led into the lobby to have coffee at the bar while someone checked me in. My bag whisked away to reappear in the room. Solomon and Karina, the concierges, were especially kind. Solomon arranged a terrific trainer at a gym down the street at a great price and had a manicurist in my room in an hour upon my arrival. He also introduced me around and led me on a tour of the property before showing me to my room. everyone smiled and acknowledged me as a guest for my entire stay. Karina helped with directions to shopping and timing for my early Am trip to LAX. I felt welcome and important.

    The food is terrific. The best Club Sandwich I have ever had. And it was from room service! All the food. clean, gorgeous. Deceptively simple. I had a business meeting at lunch in the restaurant. So chic and delicious I think it helped seal the deal.

    The few requests I made were handled long before they rose to the level of "problem."

    I agree with Jeff M. The SLS may share a price point with Mr C, but it's not in the same league.

    Love. love. love.


    18/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    21. Matt L.
    First, the pluses:
    Great staff, especially the guys out front. Helpful with directions, quick with a water bottle for the road. Front desk and restaurant waitstaff (inside and poolside) also attentive and great. Rooms clean, beds comfy, balconies and fresh air. Lunch next to pool also great. Nice hotel.

    The not-so-plus:
    No real drawer space. Tiny closets. Clothes kind of wound up in piles. And while the waitstaff in the restaurant was great, the food was expensive and a C at best. After a week of great food elsewhere in town, Mr. C dinner was an expensive let-down.

    So go, stay, eat lunch, have a Beliini, but skip the dining room.

    24/04/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    22. Kristy G.
    We LOVE Mr. C hotel!  the design, bar, food, service, EVERYTHING is fantastic, a definite must see while in LA!

    14/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    23. Jeff M.
    I remember seeing this on the La.Curbed info and then the girlfriend saw this on a magazine with out the information. But the Hotel was bought out and revamped. Mr. C. (Ciprianis Family) as you walk in the Hotel you can see the Italians know how to make a beautiful hotel. They bring the old Hollywood style and the Modern together in the lobby area.

    For the Rooms you can tell that they didn't go cheap and for the price that you pay for a night is the same as Avalon, Mansion 140, SLS and they can't compare for the rooms and quality. Mr. C is hands down a beautiful place to enjoy and relax. The rooms have a balcony with a beautiful city view.

    28/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    24. Juliet W.
    This review is for the spa at Mr. C. I've stayed at Mr. C a couple of times and think the hotel is great, however I had a very different experience at the spa. When getting a massage at a nice hotel there are certain expectations that you have and none of those were met by the spa at mr. c. The masseuse was inexplicably rude from the moment she came to get me from the waiting room. When i walked into the room the first thing i saw was the shimmer of the horrible satin sheets on the massage table, and they were just as bad as expected. They felt like they belonged at a trashy hotel in vegas not a nice spa.The massage bed itself would have been more comfortable if it had been made of cardboard. It was like laying on wood for an hour-- literal misery. And there was no eye mask or knee pillow to speak of. These are just basic things that a 5 star hotel's spa should offer. Skip the spa, and get dinner at the restaurant.

    17/11/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    25. Kimberley C.
    Love the pool parties over the weekends and other events on other days.  Also the bar scene is amazing.

    Got to have lots of  $$$$$ though.

    27/07/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    26. Brian B.
    This review is on their banquet services.  I went there for the first time to attend a corporate event and was looking forward to it.  It is a nice hotel, a high-end company was having their Christmas party there, I expected something great.  

    After I got there, it was a cocktail hour with Prosecco and amuse bouche which were very good.  There was a puree of mushrooms on filo topped with some sauteed mushrooms which was amazing, a nice tuna tartar on bread, scallops and prosciotto, etc.  Very good.

    When we sat down to eat, there was a first round of buffalo mozzarella and sliced tomatoes, topped with shredded basil which was good, but hey, I can make a trip to just about any supermarket and serve up the same thing in 30 minutes.

    The main course was a New York Strip that I ordered medium rare.  Wow, this is where it really went south.  I was served a well done steak that had all the flavor and moisture sucked out of it.  When I took a bite the meat was actually pulling moisture from my mouth.  This is what people mean when they say that the meat was like eating cardboard.  I was so disappointed, a nice restaurant like this and they served a meal like that.  Do they have any quality checks at all?  Oh, wait a minute, yes they do, the owners of the company who say nearby had nice juicy, thick steaks.  Hmm, maybe I am the only one who had been served such a disgrace?  Nope, looking around I saw a number of plates with dry, tough steaks sitting there with only a couple bites removed.

    Any restaurant who has even the smallest bit of self respect would toss the chef out on their ear.  To go to a nice hotel in Beverly Hills and be served a nice cut of beef that wouldn't even meet the standards of TGI Fridays is disgraceful.

    The desert came out which was a chocolate, three layer cake.  Not bad, but the cake was dry (keeping up with the theme from the main course) and simply not befitting such a nice venue.  I could do better eating a slice of cake from Ralphs.  

    With the amount of money that the company shelled out for this event and this venue, I would think that Mr C would have presented some better food.  Maybe I am wrong, maybe they serve overcooked meat and dry cake to all of their customers, but I certainly won't be coming back to find out.  The only reason I am giving them two stars instead of one is because the amuse bouche was great.  I wish I had filled up on that instead of holding off in anticipation of what turned out to be a highly disappointing dinner.

    To be fair, the company who had paid for this place to host the Christmas dinner is pretty amazing and made of some great, talented people.  But, after all, this review is on the food services, and I think they go less than what they expected or paid for.

    11/12/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    27. Michael R.
    Weary from my early morning flight from Chicago, once I entered the hotel, I was taken care of before I even knew what was happening. About 1 minute from entering the lobby, I was given a complimentary Bellini (the best I've ever had); meanwhile, the staff checked me in and had my luggage delivered to my room, unbeknownst to me as I was lounging on a tufted red-leather sofa.

    The room -- in a word -- perfection. Very "old Hollywood" -- down to the high-thread-count bed linens and the perfectly appointed decor. It felt like I'd entered the condo I'd always dreamed of.

    Mr. C Beverly Hills was a delight from start to finish.

    29/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    28. Carolyn A.
    Came here for after dinner drinks-
    It's a cool place, like an extension of someone's house, so no one has to entertain, and everyone gets to chill. There's a TV, a nice modern pool table, some games and a piano, all tastefully laid out. A good place to come with some friends to chill. A lot of their furniture are recognizable pieces from design within reach and herman miller, according to some furniture crazed friends. I'll leave it to you to form your own opinion on that.

    A cool spot, but still on Pico. I hate to say this but it's kind of a lame version of the SLS.

    06/08/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    29. Damien T.
    Great decor, vibe, staff. It's boutique, classy and stylish but not pretentious. Love the hardwood floors in the rooms and not your usual carpet (yuck) where no one knows who or what's been on the carpet. Great old hollywood decor with leather, wood and steel. Will now stay here for all my trips to LA for meetings with agents/talent and execs.

    Ask for a room not giving onto Pico blvd for a nice view over Beverly Hills.

    06/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    30. Iza H.
    Good food, good servers and nice music! You will hear a lot of Hotel Costes, which is very beautiful, while eating your delicious dinner and dessert.
    Try it!

    06/03/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    31. Cayle R.
    This review is for Mr. C Yacht Club which has subsequently tainted my view of the entire establishment.
    My girlfriends and I were super excited to go to Mr. C Yacht Club so we did the LA thing and dressed to the nines to lay by the pool. When we arrived we politely told the door girl that we were on someones list. She didn't even look up from her blackberry before she said she didn't know who he was. She didn't offer any alternate seating options and ignored us. When another promoter said we were cool to come in she waited another 5 minutes before admitting us. We walked in and no one acknowledge us except to take our coffees and shout BASURA! We sat at the bar and no one asked if we wanted a drink and no other hostess explained seating options. We sat there another 5 mins before we walked out and the same  door woman said, "oh perfect." We immediately called the hotel to file a complaint.
    Get your sh*t together Mr. C. There's is no reason we should have been treated like this. I will be telling everyone about this experience.

    03/06/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    32. Andy A.
    The hotel is nice, but they skimped on insulation and the road noise is very bad.  I'll try somewhere else next time I'm in Beverly hills.

    31/01/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    33. CHRIS V.
    Overpriced poor customer service tourist trap FAIL - Poor Customer Service @mrcbeverlyhills  Mr. C Hotel Beverly Hills Review bit.ly/10hzV2A

    In my opinion, this is an international restaurant chain run like McDonald's, - See more at: smdp.com/mr-c-doesnt-kno…

    Let me say I've stayed at a lot of hotels with traveling and all the stuff I've done.  I've stayed in Beverly Hills hotels, Fairmonts, Loews Hotels on down to Motel 6.  Never before have I seen such poor management of a place and frankly I've felt more welcome at a Motel 6.  Their handling of Corporate accounts and clients are despicable and irresponsible.  The service at a Fairmont Hotel makes this place look like a roach motel.  I recently had a palacial room at Caesars in Vegas a month ago for 1/3 the price of Mr C's and UPDATED for wifi and plenty of charging sockets.  At Ceasars I even had dual shower and his and her baths for cheaper than this white washed up old Beverly Hillbilly from the 60's-ish era.

    This last week I was put up at the Mr. C Hotel in Beverly Hills by a wonderful corporate sponsor who spent a TON of money and promotion for this old joint.  The Sponsor was awesome and stellar.  Sadly this hotel doesnt care about me or them either.  I probably gave them a grand or more of promotion across Social Media in chatter and pictures.  To add insult to injury I even FREELY pre-premoted and promoted this old hotel in a manner many would pay me a lot of money for advertising.  So what do you do when you have a half decent restaurant chain?  You buy an old dumpy hotel in Beverly hills and over charge for being a boutique hotel with an over ego restaurant in it.  You take a 1960's era hotel, renovate it and but after you're done, theres no bathtubs, the shower is the size of a closet, paint everything white for that chic boutique effect which including old pictures are just poorly built.  Then you make sure you dont update the pool with a HOT TUB and good luck trying to find a spare outlet or wifi cable plugs that make you wonder how old or sound the wiring is.  I guess if you put up enought pretty shit and paint it all white people wont notice the details.  Then hire some poor management that dont really care to run it.  Mr. C Hotel in Beverly Hills - come on down!  At best its a poor tourist trap.    

    Heres the problems list which is usually an indictment of poor management from the top down:

    1. Other than the Valet department which did great, the rest of service especially the restaurant was poor to awful.  I guess if you're in Beverly Hills you dont have to give a shit and you can act like it.  Wonderful way to trade customer service experience for pretentious stuffy overpriced bullshit.

    2. One of the bloggers found a very small hair in his food, not the size you want to find really, looking back I'm actually surprised they cared to replaced his meal.  The mashed potates we got seemed worse than instant potatoes it looked and had the texture of mustard.  I didnt know what it was at first, I thought it was thick soup.  Between that and the average food we werent that impressed as bloggers.  The wait service is average and restaurant managers are supremely overly pretentious.  They act like real pains in the ass and I'd hate to work for them.  Yet yours truly isnt welcome there at dinner time.  Hair in food, porn people but not MY kind of fat ugly relaxed people.  I'll get to that later.

    3. Ya it actually gets more stupid:What started out as a $100 deposit for incidentals, by the 2nd night the hotel was over billing me to an almost $500 deposit and secretly jacking up the deposit for food that was sponsor paid and parking which had never been discosed to me was $36 bucks a night.  They took my deposit card and went from $100 to almost $500 in 2 days?  WTF???  On top of their horribly over priced old hotel, my corporate sponsor had noted on the account they would pay for all of this but the idiot employees where ignoring that and unknown to me were jacking up the deposit on my cards to the point of my bank surprising me with a negative balance.We'd been having fun spending money around town, renting cars and this caught me way off guard.  I've never seen this done.  A hotel takes a deposit nad then settles on checkout.  When I called them, they said if I couldnt provide a card with more funds they would have to lock me out of the room and EVEN hustled me about getting my car to go put the pile of cash I had on me to fix them and my bank.  At the time I didnt know they were draining my account by increasing the deposit.  What sort of scam is this?  I had to waste time to goto my bank and move around funds after only 2 days there!!  A corporate sponsor is paying for my hotel and incedentals AND the Mr. C Hotel in Beverly Hills is busting my balls about getting my car to leave to the bank as if I'll split??  I am not even s

    14/06/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    34. Francesca D.
    Nothing I say about this hotel is going to be new or groundbreaking- I just had to publicly announce my love for the place. Absolutely, without a doubt, my favorite hotel in LA.

    30/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    35. Ashley L.
    I give this hotel a 5 star on its staff alone. They were so friendly and accommodating during my stay. They were nice enough to check us in at about 10:30am. Cathy the front desk agent was amazing with helping my boyfriend get all checked in while I waited in the car after i had just had surgery. They also have us a late check out at about 3pm since I had to stay In town until then.
    The rooms probably get about a 4 star in my book just because they seemed a little plain.
    The bedding was comfortable and everything we got from room service was very good and only took about 20 minutes. :)

    26/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    36. Shane R.
    What an amazing hotel, you know it's high end when they have actual towels in the bathroom to dry your hands... It's the little things that make a big difference

    17/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    37. Jason D.
    Stayed here for 5 days in a studio queen with two balconies.  The room was stylish, though I have the feeling the furniture won't stand the test of time.

    The cleaning staff was amazing - although they came in for turn-down at 10:30pm one day.  I was in bed already!

    They had a near-full gym with chest, shoulder and back machines and free weights up to 70lbs.

    The soaps and shower accessories provided were okay -- they didn't smell particularly good though.

    The house car was unavailable the couple of times that I asked for it.

    My bill (with breakfast each day) was around $2,100.  Not bad considering the Beverly Hilton quoted me for more money without any food.

    All in all, I would definitely stay here again.

    26/10/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    38. restaurant r.
    Leading Hotels of the World does it again with another perfect hotel, perfect staff and perfect food!! You can't go wrong with Mr. C!! I love staying at this hotel - not only are the rooms great but the staff is amazing.  They remember my name and at breakfast even remember my order when I call down for in room dining:))
    Top notch all the way!! Check out the restaurant - even if you are not staying in the hotel.  Wouldn't stay anywhere else in L.A.

    08/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    39. Tina D.
    The only reason I am even giving 2 stars is due to the nice valet guy and bartender. The room was very so-so and the service was also mediocre. I was charged for getting a towel dirty, which is crazy to me! I was on my period and it isn't like I could help it... The walls are thin, check in was ok, but checkout was not a good experience. I do not suggest this hotel.

    23/09/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    40. Therese J.
    Hotel is very clean and well decorated. Valet was great.
    Bartender very nice.
    I arrived for a staycation to basically sleep and relax. I called to make sure room was available prior to leaving my house.
    I drove up so excited 24 hours of nothing.  The valet directed me to the VIP treatment. Where I would have a complimentary cocktail while waiting for the front desk to check in.  I was the only one at the bar. Two couples came and went so I walked to front desk...my room isn't ready.
    Now totally deflated I went out to sit by the pool.
    Waited forever then had to get up to get service.
    Place was really noicy by roof top bar then the worst 3 am fire alarm....
    New day...ordered breakfast. Called at 10 and asked  what time was breakfast served. They replied 24 hours. Called after 11 sorry breakfast ended at 11.
    Explained my situation and they said they could make eggs. We ordered eggs and bacon.  Eggs came mixed with bacon.  Catsup had mold on it.  We got bagels not toasted - no cream cheese. Tea was cold. We didn't even get napkins.
    This staycation ended with a headache...and won't be back too soon.

    22/03/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    41. Steven F.
    Don't stay here anytime soon if you want to sleep past 6:30 am or looking for R&R.  There is major construction to the north.  The loud noise starts early in the morning and continues all day.  Don't think you will get R&R on Sunday, they usually blast loud music at the outdoor pool which reverberates throughout the hotel.

    27/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    42. Heidi B.
    There is a very loud party with a DJ at the pool right below my room right now (room 201). It is so loud we can't even have conversation in our room. So now I am sitting in the lobby until dinner. To add insult to injury we can't even use the pool because they are having this private party. How do you rent a room to someone and not tell them that they will not be able to use their room or the pool? This place is trying to be a first class hotel but they don't have it figured out. I would try somewhere else where you can actually use your room.

    27/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    43. Elle Y.
    This boutique hotel/restaurant is awesome!!

    I had my 30th birthday dinner here with some friends and thoroughly enjoyed it! All the dishes were great and the Bellini's were really yummy! I guess the owner's family was the original creator of the Bellini? Something like that!  After dinner, we had more drinks and  played pool on their glass pool table (It's worth a bazillion dollars or something. Nothing like being a Baller on your 30th! lol)  

    We weren't staying here, but the hotel staff were very accommodating! We were asking about the rooms, and the front desk guy gave us a tour of the rooms!  The rooms are WAY overpriced here, probably because all the furniture is imported from Italy. I wouldn't recommend staying here because the location itself is not THAT great and the pricing doesn't make sense. I definitely recommend checking out the restaurant/bar area though! :)

    28/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    44. Winston V.
    The hotel rooms are modern and well appointed. The lobby is very unusual, you sit down on an expansive couch and wait for the check in to come to you. The bar occupies the space where you would normally find a concierge and front desk. The complimentary Bellini was quite nice. I stayed during the week, and the crowd hanging around seemed to be composed of most entertainment attorneys and finance guys. Lots of suits with ties removed.

    08/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    45. Alex H.

    Came here on a Friday night and scored a seat at the bar...the seats here are a psychoanalyst's  dream...anyways, they have pretty good deals at the bar for charcuterie and drinks.  As usual, got plastered thanks to Miguel at the bar and his heavy handed pours.

    21/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    46. Edward d.
    Excellent hotel, great staff, amazing look and feel for all of the amenities. The rooms are just un-matched in Los Angeles. Location is ok, not the best but worth every extra minute in traffic.

    A must stay in LA. I am not going to stay anywhere else for  long long time that is not Mr. C's.

    Edward De Valle II

    30/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    47. Stephen T.
    Hands down the best hotel I have ever stayed.  Beautiful design that includes rose wood walls with shy chrome fixtures, Phillippe Starcke furniture - everything is italian and service is what it is meant to be.  I could not find anything wrong with this hotel from design to staffing.  The ambiance is spot on with Hotel Costes music in the loby and the Bellini drink that you are offered as you wait to be checked in to your room.

    Get a suite.

    27/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    48. Regis H.
    having booked for a slightly discounted rate on hotwire, we were "punished" and given room 301, which has a wonderful view on a busy intersection, with constant traffic and permits a nice supervision of Pico Blvd. That being said, the room is absolutely not sound proof, you can hear all traffic noise (exterior) and all interior noise (doors closing, people speaking, toilet flushing).
    this hotel is not well located, and considering the alternate hotel possibilities in LA, I will certainly choose other options next time
    disappointing stay

    23/03/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    49. Priscilla N.
    omygosh so Pretty. I stayed here for work so luckly I can not rate the pricing. But I will say room service food...DONT DO IT. my friend ordered some curry chicken. gross. They were really nice about changing it. But i recommend just going out and getting some yummy food.

    Place: so gorgeous. white linens and beautiful setting (check out pics).
    Service: amazing, they were great about accommodating our every request.

    I loved loved loved the place & can not wait to return!

    20/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    50. Jas E.
    Firstly check-in is 3:00pm, had to wait till 4:00pm before the room was ready. Checked out of the hotel and realized that I left my iPad in the room. 20 minutes had elapsed. Went back to the room, sheets were stripped off the bed and the iPad was missing. Hotel's response was 'well we can't prove that you actually had an iPad when you checked in.' They were rude and basically did nothing to help. Never again. There are so many great hotels in Beverly Hills, this is not one of them.

    01/11/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    51. Elyse R.
    I've been staying here for about two weeks. Everyone is very helpful and sweet. The rooms are modern and spotless. We have ordered room service for breakfast and dinner numerous times and it gets to the room quickly and is delicious. Overall, it's a really nice place to stay and it's close to everything.

    13/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    52. Parisa S.
    Hotel Heaven!!!

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE it here.

    Hello, would you like a bellini while our extremely friendly staff completes the check in process as you lounge on our gorgeous chesterfield sofas?  Umm, YES please.  I love you, Mr. C.

    From the staff to the ridiculously large suites, each equipped with 1+ balconies, to the pristinely clean linens and towels, to the fantastic location, this is my new go-to anytime I'm in town.  

    In fact, I'm tempted to just move in...permanently.

    30/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    53. Candi G.
    The hotel but be nice but the service is below my expectations of a hotel 6.  I have not actually stayed here but I had a $350 flower arrangement  delivered here for my friend when she arrived.  Solomon was very helpful at the concierge desk but the following day when the flowers were to be delivered, Jennifer was very rude.  Apparently they were left in the managers office and when the florist told me that and I tried to explain this to Jennifer, she kept cutting me off mid-sentence.  Even when she asked for my phone number, I got cut off 2 digits in to be asked my name.  She kept me on hold for almost 15 minutes and never apologized or said thanks for waiting.  She just kept saying I started my shift an hour ago.  If you are the concierge for a hotel, no one cares when you start your shift, just learn better etiquette like "let me look into this for you ma'am."  Bottom line, Mr. C work on your service, I have family and friends that I could recommend to your hotel, but now I would be too embarrassed if they were helped out by Jennifer the same way I was.

    03/07/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    54. Davis S.
    Mr C......you'll see us again!

    From the moment we arrived we felt welcomed and special. After valet took our car we were lead directly to the lobby bar for a complimentary Bellini, that we traded in for a Vodka on the rocks.......never had 2 drinks while the staff checked us in......no muss no fuss. Tyler the bartender should be the mayor. He not only educated us to the hotel, but convinced us to dine in the hotel......best move of the week. Exceptional food and prompt engaged service......ask for Dainano, he's top shelf.
    The rooms are thoughtful, well appointed, including a choice of pillows. To compliment  perfect LA weather, each room has sliding pocket doors opening to a small patio with wicker furniture. Small but terrific bathroom including a big shower head and plenty of water pressure.
    Breakfast in the same restaurant as dinner was delicious and professionally served.
    I've read mixed reviews and must say I was pleasantly surprised. I rate Mr C's atmosphere, service, attitude, and overall experience as high as any in LA, and If you don't try it, you're missing it!

    Thanks for a great night Mr C

    05/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    55. Elena K.
    I had a great stay at Mr. C in Beverly Hills.  In terms of location, it is a little removed from central BH, though they do provide a first come, first serve car service to take you to restaurants etc. locally. I travel a lot for business and regularly stay at top level hotels. I do tend to find most luxury hotels are more or less the same in terms of amenities etc. The bed was fantastic, the sheets crisp and high thread count, great shampoo and conditioner, cotton balls and Q-tips, great furniture, lots of marble in the bathroom, fluffy, new towels. Top notch, but not surprising. Its expected though certainly appreciated when staying at a hotel at this price point.

    For me what set the hotel apart was the staff. To a person,the were friendly, helpful and the restaurant managers (both evening and morning) were exceptionally attentive and great to the whole family. My 9 year old son was along for the trip this time and even though it isn't a 'kid's' hotel, they were just terrific with him (mind you, he is well behaved and a great traveller).

    Many of the serving staff are a part of the Cipriani hotel family and are direct from Italy. I will make a point of staying at Mr. C's again because of the people, from the welcome Bellini to our parting water bottles in the car, they were all outstanding.

    03/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    56. Jen K.
    Wonderful corner room with hard wood floors and a wrap around balcony over looking the city. Just wonderful.

    The Restaurant at Mr. C:
    Baby Artichoke and Avocado Salad with Shaved Parmesan (Great)
    Asparagus with Salmon (AMAZING)
    Prime Beef Tenderloin al Barolo served with Mashed Potatoes (Good)
    Risotto with Mushrooms (Great)
    Asparagus with Salmon (AMAZING)
    Creme Brulee (Good)


    Relaxing. Lovely.

    29/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    57. white s.
    I love this place. It's a regular hang out for me so I guess they treat me like family.
    The service is great and the food is amazing. They even have a smoking area. I haven't stayed in the rooms yet so don't base my review for the stay. As a cool place to eat or meet friends for a drink, I don't think you will go wrong.

    28/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    58. Will X.
    We stay in Beverly Hills once a month and decided to give Mr. Cs a try.

    Would I return to this hotel?  No.

    1. Unless you are staying in a large suite at the top of the hotel, your bathroom will be very small and have NO TUB.  Although the shower is spacious enough for two people, the slick marble floor is extremely slippery and dangerous.  The rainfall shower is a nice touch if it had adequate water pressure.  It was like showering under a gutter (best way to describe).   Our room and the friends down the hall had next to nothing for water pressure for their shower.  The small bathroom also has double sinks, one of which requires you to stand in the narrow space between the toilet and counter.  (what were they thinking with this bathroom design???).  

    2. Request a room at the end of the hall, as the noise from adjacent rooms is too close for comfort.  I heard an entire mortgage deal taking place in the room next door, even with our tv on.  We later ended up switching  rooms due to the noise.

    3. The room service was really disappointing.  Upon arrival we were starving and ordered their signature burger.  It was served with a bun that was no better than what a  fast food chain serves and the meat was just salty -- no flavor.  The sides resembled a sysco frozen potato product.  Nothing I would eat.    Breakfast was cold and again, flavorless. For the inflated prices one would think the food would be spectacular.  Heck the food alone at the Beverly Hills Hotel makes us want to return often.  Mr. C's no.

    So. If you are in LA for business and want a tastefully appointed main room with a small bathroom, occasional noise from adjacent rooms and average food, this is your place.   If you are a couple and like to decompress to the tune of a well equipped bathroom, peace/quiet and wonderful food, rethink your room selection and upgrade to the suites with large bathrooms and eat elsewhere.  Of course the other option is to cover your bets and just stay at the Beverly Hills Hotel.

    I would like to say the staff at Mr. Cs was the highlight of our stay.  Extremely accommodating.  The decor of the rooms was also outstanding and the gel beds were very comfortable.

    Sorry Mr. C.

    13/02/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    59. Mike T.
    Fantastic patio, bar, lounge...great polite servers with amazing service. For a $12 well bourbon during Happy Hour, I'd like a little better quality than "Old Grand Dad" bourbon however.

    30/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    60. Felisa H.
    Cipriani never fails to blow me away!! So sad that they closed the Venice institution!! LA's Mr. C is spectacular. Amazing food--my favorite is the tagliata di manzo. Beautiful decor, and a hidden secret. My favorite Italian food in LA with Madeo coming in second place.

    19/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    61. Sheena M.
    Finally, my husband and I have found a favorite, go-to hotel in Los Angeles. After our first stay, and then our second, we have dubbed it "our LA hotel". The Mr. C excels in all areas, be it service, decor, or amenities. I see why the Cipriani family has such a long standing legacy in hospitality, they do it right.

    What we love about the Mr. C is the boutique-y feel without sacrificing amenities. When you arrive in the beautiful valet, you are greeted by name. Upon entering, you do not have to wait in line behind a reservation desk, rather you are seated at the bar and treated to complimentary house made Bellini's. What could be better than that? The lobby is quaint, yet modern and sophisticated.

    Now, on our first visit, our room was not ready. And as the time ticked on and on, and bellini after bellini was consumed, the hotel bumped us up to a massive suite in apologies. Our room was sensational. We had 2 balconies with panorama views of Beverly Hills. Our massive bed faced a TV, with a second TV near the bar. Our walls were stocked with coffee table books on Los Angeles, California architecture, and Hollywood legends. Giant black and white portraits dressed the walls. A fully stocked bar and tasty room snacks were greatly enjoyed by us. On our second visit, we had a slightly smaller room, but it did not skimp on the details.

    The hotel is very clean, the staff is friendly, and the room service is tasty. 5 stars all the way. I love you Mr. C!

    01/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    62. Anthony K.
    Contrary to lots of reviews, loved the location. Get a high floor for great views.

    Excellent, accommodating staff, cool vibe. Nice, welcome Bellini.

    Room was clean with a good look. Did not like the (quality) hardwood. Prefer carpet in hotels, the opposite of home.

    But, with ad ons, parking, tips, taxes, etc, about $1500 for three days. Way overpriced. If it was about $250 a night, it would have received 5 stars.

    As for attached Cipriani restaurant, that's for another review.

    21/10/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    63. Ashish S.
    Have been waiting for last 2 hours waiting to get a room because of some system shutdown so they cannot issue card keys. Across from me are 3 totally jetlagged people who are passed out on the couch. I have never had a worse experience checking into the hotel. The staff is inattentive and gives no updates. Worse hotel experience ever!

    10/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    64. Kay K.
    Nice remodel of hotel. Fantastic bathrooms and toiletries. Restaurant is marvelous, relaxing, romantic and oddly is LA's Cipriani's like in NYC!!

    03/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    65. Millard Z.
    I've stayed here a few additional times and it really is a great place. The service is great, the rooms are very good and the food is consistently tasty.

    TIP: DO NOT make reservations by calling the hotel if you get a reservation person named Holly. She is short on the phone, not helpful, dismissive and all around rude. Everyone at the hotel is so fantastic that I was surprised to have an experience like I had with Holly. UGH!

    21/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    66. Jeff M.
    The service is great when you check in, but I think its overpriced for what you get.  Great location, though, and tucked away.  I have not tried the restaurants so I can't comment on that.  The one thing that dropped this rating from a four star to three is because they overcharged me by 300 something dollars and I had to go through a bit of an ordeal with them to get it fixed after check out.   I also question whether they are accurately noting the minibar usage. There is no way I can prove this but my bill for the minibar seemed very very inflated.

    16/05/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    67. Mina A.
    Had a great stay here: polite helpful staff, firm mattress, good room service breakfast. There's some construction outside the front of the building but it wasn't too disruptive.

    17/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    68. Jamie K.
    I thoroughly enjoyed my stay here.

    Just after arriving, I was escorted to the lobby bar for a complimentary welcome cocktail. While enjoying the cocktail and chatting with the bartender, a lovely lady from the front desk came over to check me in.

    The room was clean, bright, and nicely decorated.

    The lobby lounge looks like a great place to lounge around and in the evening a band was playing. Very cool.

    I didn't have dinner in the restaurant but breakfast was delightful.

    01/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    69. Daniel M.
    Went for a company party on the 12th floor. Great view. The staff was friendly and attentive.  Didn't stay overnight but would love to

    08/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    70. Todd X.
    NEVER VALET YOUR CAR HERE!!  The valet broke the parking brake on my car and lied to the insurance company saying it was my fault.  Their valet actually admitted to me to braking it but they still lied.  DON"T TRUST THEM WITH YOUR CAR!!!!!!!  Now their insurance company is giving me the run around and not calling me back. AVOID THIS PLACE!!!!!

    02/09/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    71. Peyton S.
    This is my favorite place to stay when in LA. it's clean, the food is great and the rooms are well appointed. Great service and location. No hubbub. Not pretentious and you don't hear other guests. Will be back.

    23/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    72. Clay H.
    It's hard to find something to dislike about this hotel. The staff are the most accommodating and caring in the industry. Every stay is progressively better in my opinion. I would suggest saying here if your in the greater Los Angeles area, even if it's out of your way, 100% worth it. I wish there were more stars so I could give it a higher rating. Thanks to all the staff for making my stays carefree,

    16/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    73. Cat B.
    This hotel is beautiful!

    Upon check-in, we were greeted with a Bellini, and told to sit and relax and a representative would find us, to check us in. The lobby has a beautiful sunken bar with premium booze, and a clear glass pool table. It looked awesome. (We forgot to try it out before we left. Sad face.)

    The rooms are gorgeous as well. One whole wall was sliding glass doors that opened to a patio, and overlooked the city. But no worries about annoying sunrises, there were heavy curtains that completely blocked out the sun in the morning. A huge flat-screen TV, and a big comfy bed rounded out the room. Of course the bathroom was spotless and there was a mini-bar.

    The one slight knock were the bartenders. My fiance ordered 2 Old Fashioned drinks. Each bartender made the drink differently, neither of them were particularly good. Ah well.

    It's definitely an upscale hotel. I'm sure ours was the only car with duct tape in the whole parking lot, but oh well. We were never treated like we didn't belong; the staff was incredibly friendly and welcoming.

    28/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    74. Emma E.
    So, I contacted the hotel manager, Sam Jagger, to inform her of my unhappy experience. Her response laid open why Mr.C has such poor guest care. The management does not understand nor genuinely care for client satisfaction. In her response to me, she described and explained in detail the circumstances which lead to the negative customer service interactions; she did not recognize or take responsibility for the way customer interaction itself was conducted. Of course, mistakes and problems arise. The true mark of a good service provider is how these problems are handled.

    She described in detail why rooms of the same category differ in her hotel and apologized for the lack of options to the agent in handling this problem. Though that situation was unsatisfying during my visit, the real problem I laid open in the email and review was the receptionist's rude attitude and her snappy comments: "everyone has preferences" and "you should be happy because of the size." Next Mr. Jagger explained why the elevator was out of commission, but she did not ever acknowledge or comment on the hotel's service agent who cursed and complained when stops had to be made for guests to exit and enter. Of course, I do not care why the elevator was not working. Clearly I did not contact her to ascertain why an elevator was not working or why room configurations are different. What I do care about is that the service members in the elevator complained about guests slowing down the already slow ride because they needed to get off the elevator. There is no excuse for such behavior at a Leading Hotels of the World member.

    I replied to her again thanking her for response but maintaining that she did not address my concerns beyond making excuses. I never heard from her again.

    In addition to posting my initial review on Yelp, I also posted it on Trip Advisor. There a hotel agent "responded" with the following message:

    "Dear Emma W,
    Thank you for your review. Please accept my apologies for the issues you've encountered during your stay. We strive each day to provide all of our guests with top notch service, and I would hope that you will give us another chance to impress a better experience."

    To me this comment is not helpful. In fact, it sounds like scripted copy-and-paste text. I doubt anyone really spent a minute to read and understand the service complaints made by me or other guests. Clearly, I will not return and spent my money on this hotel which has acted so poorly from top to bottom. I can only assume that they do not respond to their poor reviews on Yelp, because here the poster can respond to their comments.

    22/09/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    75. Euge L.
    excuse me mr lee, would you like a bellini while we settle you in?

    well if you insist!

    now thats how you check someone in to their room.

    we had a one day layover in la en route to san diego.

    mr c was the perfect spot for us this time in la. we didnt want to be surrounded by too much crap, but close enough for a quick drive if we wanted to do something.

    a short walk to rodeo, a five minute drive to ktown... perfect.

    the place is obviously an old hotel or residential tower that was remodeled into a swanky, hip hotel. they did a great job. old charm, modern design and a perfect level of sophistication without pretension.

    every staff member i ran into was nice and helpful and the rooms are pretty nice. i ended up in a studio suite on the 6th floor facing pico. sure, directly in front of you is s cvs, but glance just a bit higher and you get a really nice view.

    wouldnt hesitate to come back for another stay.

    15/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    76. Audra R.
    I thought this was an excellent boutique hotel.  The location is convenient to the heart of beverly hills, yet is in a slightly more quiet neighborhood.  It reminds me of an upscale more adult version of the parker in palm springs.

    The service really stood out.  It wasn't LA snotty, but uber professional and welcoming.  The way they check you in by grabbing a snack and (bellini) drink at the bar is absolutely the way to start a great vacation.  

    The common spaces are comfortable to chill and the pool deck is very nice.

    The room was extremely comfortable and chic, the balcony had great views.  The gym was in the basement but very well equipped.  To me this was more of an NY vibe of a hotel, which was great because one of the reasons I hate coming to LA is the hollyweird pomp and circumstance.  This hotel lacked all that nonsense.

    Totally recommend, reasonably priced in regards to the comparable's for sure.

    22/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    77. Shawn G.
    Be carful at Valet. Was there for function on 2/4/15 for a lovely upscale event and when I got my car back the money in the console was missing, a jacket, a hat and most unfortunately a hard drive with images I was shooting for a job was gone. And the hard drive was hidden under the seat. My car was worked over at this place.

    05/02/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    78. Sheperd A.
    I come here at night on the weekends with my girl to get drinks at the bar. It's usually pretty quiet, chill, and romantic since you don't have the standard top 40 playing at top volume.

    The interior ambiance is pretty chic with luxurious comfortable couches and chairs. Even comfortable stools at the bar. There's also a unique glass pool table as well as a pretty nice piano. Last time we came we were lucky enough to be serenaded by a guest who happened to be a musical genius.

    The bar is stocked very well and the bartenders know what they're doing. Most of them remember you pretty well if you're a regular. Honestly I was pretty impressed by the quality of the cocktail preparation. If you see a tall blonde bartender named Mark ask him to make your drink, possibly the most technically proficient bartender I've experienced, he has yet disappoint me. My faves are his blackberry mojito, blackberry ramble, and the gin fizz. The bar can also order you some quick bites that are not bad. I would recommend the mozzarella or the tuna tartar.

    I haven't had a chance to try the rooms yet since my girlfriend lives so close, but most of the guests I've chatted with seem to really enjoy them.

    The pool area is great in the summer and offers the same quality at the bar. It's usually stocked with a decent amount of eye candy.

    I won't review the restaurant here since there seems to be a separate page for that.

    All in all I would definitely recommend this place to classy people looking for a romantic stop during a date. Hopefully it won't be overrun by the hipsters of weho any time soon.

    17/12/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    79. Carolyn S.
    We are here now. I'm not impressed:

    As we pulled onto their street I realized that this hotel is the exact same hotel we stayed at during multiple other visits to L.A., Loews Beverly Hills.  Mr. C. has taken over this location (on the shabbier end of Beverly Hills) and has done some renovations. Their renovations are nice but not worth the $200 p night increase to your bill.

    We were upgraded to a room with a view of Beverly Hills, which was sweet of the people working the front desk. Unfortunately, this isn't as nice at it sounds. Our room gives us a lovely view of the alley way behind the hotel, their trash cans and the worn rooftops of the surrounding units. We also gt to study the comings and goings of the valet parkers.

    On every other stay at this property we stayed on the street side. We were usually on a higher floor and our rooms were about twice the size of the shoebox we're in today. This room, at an average cost of $360 a night (mind you, for a discounted "package rate") has no bathtub. Only a shower. Our "deluxe king room" is so small, in fact, that it has no dresser for any clothes.

    We tried booking mani-pedis in their "spa" but they have only one person servicing clients. She called in absent today. Not such a big loss. The cheapest price for any spa service is, believe it or not, $150.

    We looked over the menu for their restaurant but were not impressed enough to book a table for dinner. I know L. A., having lived here for about twenty years. There are plenty of other wonderful Italian places to choose from at 3/4 to 1/2 the price.

    Our bed reminds me of a futon. The mattress offers no support. Your back and butt sink in. The pillows flatten.

    The walls here are so thin that You have to endure every movement, every footfall and every word exchanged by the people next door. This means they a also privy to every movement in your room. The walls are terribly thin:

    My daughter and I were awakened by a talk between the adult daughter and mother in the next unit. Apparently, the daughter is annoyed by her mother's taste in men and is also less than happy about her mother's tendancy to gossip those men after having pretended to like them to their face. The daughter will be wearing her black bathing suit later today at the pool. her mother will wear a swim cover up. I could go on, now knowing them so intimately, but you get the point.

    The staff have been pleasant enough, although it seems forced. I worked in restaurants and hotels for years. This place reminds me of the kind of place where the employees are lectured and scripted to be seem pleasant.

    Their pool is about the size of a walk in closet. Seriously, the smallest hotel pool I've ever come across for a property with ambitions to be considered top notch. Their poolside drinks are outrageously overpriced. I kid you not, over $18 for one weakly poured bloody mary. Before tip.

    NOT a good hotel to bring young children--the tiny balconies have railings that resemble ladders--directly to sheer death drops.

    28/06/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    80. Harout S.
    Absolutely adore this place! One of my favorite hotels in Los Angeles, alongside The Beverly Hills Hotel, Chateau, and Sofitel. The pool is amazing in the summer time and the scene is pretty chill, the cabanas are the best! The rooms are gorgeous and super romantic for a late night rendezvous! My favorite part of this hotel is the rooftop venue you can host parties at, some of the best parties have been thrown here. The Restaurant at Mr.C always has delicious meals and brunch!

    05/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    81. Dana R.
    This place has serious attitude!  I went there to have a drink in the lounge and the valet was unbelievable! To sum things up he tells me that he will keep my car up front...which I did not ask for!  When it came time to pay he tells me it's $20. Like really???  I just wanted to valet. You wanted to keep my car up front. Basic valet is $7

    07/04/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    82. Karen M.
    Stayed at a lot of 5 star hotels in Beverly Hills before and never stayed here before thought I'd give it a shot. Hmm start off we checked in no problems. Get to our room.. 4th floor. Mishap number 1, I had already been told over the phone that I would be staying at 5th floor with deluxe balcony, a wooden tub and balcony overlooking gorgeous view of LA.
    NO tub. Balcony with view of markets in front. Top it off there was a wedding and people seemed rushed and in a bad mood since they had to work more I guess? So anything I would ask for they were rude and made you feel like you were asking them for an arm and a leg. Another.. we went to a race event where they race trucks so I feel like we were treated different, I seriously believe if we would have brought my Mercedes or Audi they'd be nicer. The staff just seemed all over the place I guess. I also spoke to an attendant and informed her we'd be celebrating our anniversary if they can have something special ready for us even if it was extra charge and NOTHING :( not even a happy anniversary. Our room was pretty but not the one I was expecting. By the morning I was just over it I got ready to have brunch with my husband then comes a lady who seemed like she was in charge of the rooms and assures me that i asked for late check in ( I checked in at 6:00pm ) and I asked for late check out. THEY gave me 3 pm. Not even 10 minutes pass by that the lady stopped by our room when I get a call it was some rude girl rushing us out and basically asking ( in her words ) what were we planning on doing because we need to check out and that they don't offer 3pm check out?! Uhm okay after the other lady had checked her paper work and assured me. After that we just packed up our bags and left! Not worth 500$ a night. Taking my money elsewhere.

    22/04/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    83. Nellie C.
    Two words: People watching.  That's all you'll want to do at Mr. C Hotel because everyone that walks in looks like a supermodel.  And the food? Mamma Mia! We were first greeted with a taste of their delicious homemade Bellini.  I ordered the Tagliardi with Veal Ragu, quite simple, but the simplicity of it is what makes it so special.  All the flavors were so light and delicate so you could truly enjoy the craftsmanship in the pasta itself.  I'll definitely have to go back, if not for the food, then to grab a drink at the lobby bar with a live band on Fridays and Saturdays which I'm told pulls in quite the crowd

    17/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    84. Lillian H.
    Only came here for drinks at the lounge. Pretty cool furniture here which I be willing to break the law just to steal them.
    Drinks were ok. Cocktails are a super bad choice here.

    18/04/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    85. Briana N.
    I love Mr. C! Went there last night and had a wonderful time! The bartender at the front desk was absolutely incredible! His name is Mark. He even has a portion of his off unique drinks in the official Mr. C menu! I asked him to make me and my bf an old fashion and it was to die for, along with a hot sweet wine like concoction that is his recipe that I find Europeans know and love! Then I asked him to make me a cinnamon drink because I was craving it and on the spot tried out a new recipe on me and IT WAS AMAZING. I am so impressed with the service and creativity at this place and especially from Mark!

    I will most definitely be going back :)

    15/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    86. Giulia V.
    I stayed a little bit less than a month. Love the food at the restaurant, concierge super helpful and friendly, in general the staff was pleasant and well trained. Rooms are comfortable ( I was staying in a standard room ) and clean, nothing too fancy but can't complain. The pool is small but it's nice if its not too crowded you can have lunch by the poolside.
    There is no spa I think only massage and treatment rooms, but I cannot asses them as I haven't tried any treatments.
    If you have a lot to do in LA and you are not planning to spend so much time at the hotel I would recommend to stay here.

    06/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    87. Shengte Y.
    Wife and I decided to come back to Mr. C for our anniversary because we stayed here when we got married. While it is definitely on the expensive side, you notice how this hotel stands out from others as soon as you arrive.

    The hotel has a little drive way and when you pull up there are guys in black suits ready to greet you and valet your car, verify your reservation and escorting you to the front desk.

    The check-in process at this hotel is unlike most. You actually sit at the bar and the staff will check you in while you sip on a complementary bellini.

    The rooms here are beautifully decorated and they all have balconies. We had a studio room on the 8th floor, L shaped with two balconies that had a wonderful view of LA.

    Minutes after we settled in our room, the hotel sent up a bottle of champagne and pastries along with a letter congratulating us on our anniversary and welcoming us back. Very nice touch.

    There are no ice machines in this hotel, whenever you want ice, you call the front desk and they will send up a bucket. Nice.

    Free wifi which is always good. You can also get free bottles of water from the valet at any time.

    Just be careful because everything else is $$$$. We walked downstairs to the lobby for a cup of coffee and it was $5 after tip and tax.

    Overall, this is one of the fanciest hotels we've stayed at and really enjoyed the experience. Would love to come back any opportunity we get.

    06/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0