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Thompson Beverly Hills: hotel of the week

A well-placed Los Angeles design den with New York City style and swagger, the Thompson Beverly Hills hotel had us at two words: rooftop pool. Of course, the clubby bar, sleek suites and all that Rodeo Drive shopping had us California dreamin’, too.

Thompson Beverly Hills | Mr & Mrs Smith hotels

Style Big Apple in LA
Setting Upmarket design district

Thompson Beverly Hills | Mr & Mrs Smith hotelsWhy this week? Have you finished your holiday shopping already? Us neither. Not only is that deadline fast approaching, but so is the one for Thompson Beverly Hills’ 25-per-cent-off offer. Don’t worry, it’s valid for stays of two nights or more well into December 2014, so you put a fancy little gift for your special someone under the tree – and treat yourselves in the New Year. Los Angeles sunshine, here we come…

Our favourite bits… We’ll never be able to get enough of the rooftop pool, its star-studded LA skyline view and the accompanying buzzy cocktail bar. Add to that, Caulfield’s, the hotel’s Americana-style bistro named after JD Salinger’s rebellious idealist Holden, and you’ve got yourself all the makings of a classic California stay.

Thompson Beverly Hills | Mr & Mrs Smith hotelsMr & Mrs Smith say… ‘Formerly an anonymous chain hotel, the Thompson Beverly Hills in Los Angeles has had an injection of style ever since the eponymous hip hotel group, and designer Dodd Mitchell, got their manicured hands on it. Though large, the hotel has been given a boutique makeover that would turn more intimate properties green. All 107 rooms have been decorated in a colour palette of rich browns and greys, and accessorised with Palamino or Fresian rugs, and chocolate-leather bedheads.’ Read the full anonymous review of Thompson Beverly Hills

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Laura brings luggage-loads of experience as a seasoned wanderer to team Smith. Meanderings have included: a semester spent studying art history and carbo-loading in Italy; too many early mornings filming riveting government press events at the Pentagon and US Capitol for C-SPAN; a stint as a lumberjill splitting firewood in Maine; and several years penning commercials about everything from lawnmowers to contact lenses (one that was even parodied on Saturday Night Live). Prior to ditching Brooklyn coffee shops for our New York office, she was most recently chasing down stories for The New York Times, New York Magazine, and Martha Stewart Living.

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