Stay in Hills and make most of ultimate shopping experience

IN THE shopping Mecca that is Beverly Hills, location is everything.

The recently opened Sirtaj Hotel is only steps away from Rodeo Drive, and offers an intimate boutique experience with 32 fully appointed rooms.

Sirtaj is contemporary and sleek with a hint of exotic inspiration.

Each room features Lavazza espresso machines, 42" Samsung Smart TV's, iPhone/iPod docking stations, gorgeous linens, robes and slippers, and their custom mini-bars are stocked with locally sourced treats.

The hotel's restaurant, p.s. beverly hills, under the guidance of executive chef Wes Lieberher, continues the love of local produce with a menu featuring farmers' market ingredients.

And if you love a good hotel breakfast, Sirtaj Hotel guests receive a complimentary breakfast.

They also offer grab-and-go Breakfast Boxes, which allow guests to enjoy a continental breakfast across the street in Reeves Park, or en route to a meeting.

Rooms start from US$255 a night plus taxes.


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