Own every moment in Beverly Hills


Never stop living it up in Beverly Hills during your stay. Situated steps from UCLA in the energetic area of Westwood, our well-connected hotel is near Los Angeles' most iconic attractions, from world-class museums to white sand beaches. Get your culture fix at the Getty Museum, dine at celeb-owned restaurants or shop the 2 miles of boutiques on Rodeo Drive—and keep a lookout for A-list film stars! For a day of sunning and swimming, drive 20 minutes to Santa Monica's picturesque coastline, dotted with beaches and eateries.

Wet Deck

Unwind in style at our exclusive WET Deck, where the perfect "daycation" awaits. With private cabanas, plush sectionals, alfresco dining, and the electrifying beats of rotating DJs, it's the ultimate sun-soaked escape.

Outdoor Pool
On-Site Outlets
Fitness Center


On-site fitness center featuring cardio equipment, free weights and other workout equipment.

Outdoor Pool


WET® Outdoor Heated Pool

Mon-Sun: 8:00 AM-8:00 PM


Towels provided


WET Deck

Take a dip or sip and savorat our Beverly Hills hotel pool, WET, featuring custom cabanas by California-inspired global designer Trina Turk. For cabana reservations and general WET Deck inquiries, email concierge.wla@whotels.com & call 310.208.8765

WET Deck Cabanas
WET® Deck Cabana

Private Cabanas

Lounge chairs are available seven days a week for hotel guests and are available to rent for non-hotel guests Monday-Thursday. Cabanas are available to rent daily for both hotel guests and non-hotel guests. Please contact Welcome for more information on how to reserve. Cabanas feature flat panel TV, cabana side service, High Speed Internet Access, and the best seat at the pool.

Outdoor Heated Pool

Soak Up The Sun

Soak up the sun in a chaise lounge or bed, or sneak away to a private cabana withTrina Turk’s bold patterns and vibrant color palette. Enjoy cool cocktails and yummy bites from The Hideout restaurant while you lounge about.

Vibrant Nightlife

Our hotel's Living Room Bar is a vibrant reflection of Los Angeles’ pulsating culture, with high design, inventive cocktails, and remixed rhythms.

Living Room Bar
Airstream Bar & EWOW Cabana
The Hideout
Airstream Bar & EWOW Cabana
The Hideout
Beverly Hills Shopping
Rodeo Drive

Welcome to the epicenter of luxury fashion. Experience world-famous Rodeo Drive and peruse the latest designs of the world's best fashion houses. Imagine the flashing bulbs as you walk along Two Rodeo Drive, the quaint cobblestone walkway made famous in movies.

Canon Drive

Located two blocks east of Rodeo Drive, Cañon Drive features local boutiques and quaint Beverly Hills shopping. Dine alfresco at a charming café or indulge in renowned restaurants by celebrity chefs.

Melrose Avenue

Melrose Avenue is the ultimate destination for fashion enthusiasts. With a wide selection of designer boutiques, high-end consignment shops, and unique vintage stores, it offers a diverse range of styles to choose from. Indulge in the latest fashion trends at shops like Reformation or score designer deals at consignment stores like The Real Real. Upgrade your wardrobe on Melrose Ave, where fashion meets luxury.


Once the picturesque Wolfskill Ranch, surrounded by lush hills and citrus farms, Westwood Village emerged as Southern California's original urban village nearly 100 years ago. Westwood Village combines Hollywood glitz with rustic Californian beauty - as well as close proximity to the ocean.


Westwood Village History

Once the picturesque Wolfskill Ranch, surrounded by lush hills and citrus farms, Westwood Village emerged as Southern California's original urban village nearly 100 years ago. The development - designed around an idyllic Mediterranean theme - was considered one of the best-planned and most beautifully laid-out commercial areas in the nation. Westwood Village's proximity to Hollywood also made it an ideal home for iconic theaters, including the Majestic Crest Theatre, Regency Theatre's Fox Westwood Village Theatre, and Bruin Theatre. Thanks to these establishments, the neighborhood became known as "The movie premiere capital of the world," a distinction it still holds. Today, the area remains an icon of casual, glamorous Los Angeles living, defined by sidewalk cafes, upscale boutiques, green spaces with flowering, fragrant flora, and star-studded events. And our stylish hotel is in the heart of it all.


Where is Westwood Village

Bordered by the opulent mansions and estates of Beverly Hills, Brentwood, and Bel-Air (Los Angeles' Platinum Triangle), Westwood Village combines Hollywood glitz with rustic Californian beauty - as well as close proximity to the ocean. Clay roofs, decorative Spanish tiles, paseos, fountains, and open-air courtyards create a picturesque scene. Westwood Village is also home to the seven-acre Mildred E Mathias Botanical Garden.


Things to do in Westwood Village

Year-round sunshine and creative freedom, combined with the charm of Westwood Village's tree-lined streets, make the area a magnet for a dynamic mix of creatives, celebrities, students, engineers, directors, Noble Prize winners from UCLA, and up-and-comers of all kinds. They congregate to pick up organic fruits and vegetables from the outdoor market, while live musicians provide the soundtrack. Numerous nearby museums and annual festivals, including music, book, and film events, offer endless opportunities for enriching things to do. Lounges and neighborhood bars provide the space for both relaxed gatherings and high-profile meetings. At night, these venues transform to host premieres and parties, infusing the area with an intoxicating energy. Be sure to experience it all during your hotel stay.

There are plenty of cultural activities and museums to visit while staying with us including the Geffen Playhouse, Getty Center, Hammer Museum, The Getty Museum, and the Los Angeles County Museum Of Art all located within a few miles of the hotel.

With our prime location close to Hollywood you can find most film studios close by including Warner Bros. Studios and Universal Studios. You will also be close to famous landmarks such as the Hollywood Sign, Sunset Strip, and Kodak Theater.

With perfect weather all year round, there are plenty of fun things to do which can include the Los Angeles Zoo, Santa Monica Beach & Pier, Griffith Park & Observatory, and Disneyland to name a few. Be sure to check with our concierge to get recommendations on other things to do.