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AKA Beverly Hills

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155 N. Crescent Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
United States
Phone: 855.AKA.9021

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AKA Beverly Hills offers 88 spacious one and two bedroom furnished residences, private access bi-level townhomes and stunning Beverly Hills Penthouse suites designed for longer stays.AKA Beverly Hills features fully-equipped gourmet kitchens, custom furnishings, private balconies and fireplaces. Outstanding property amenities include a sleek lobby with cafe/lounge area serving coffee and tea in the morning; a private cinema; a residents-only landscaped terrace with fire pits, lounging areas and spectacular views of the Hollywood Hills; high-tech fitness and business centers and a board room with seating for 8. AKA residents can enjoy in-suite dining provided by Wolfgang Puck's legendary Spago, private access to Spago through AKA's lobby and preferred seating. Situated at Crescent Drive and Wilshire Boulevard, this premier location is within the well-known Golden Triangle providing walking access to the world-famous Rodeo Drive, Via Rodeo, Robertson Boulevard – a shopping paradise. Also nearby is a wonderful selection of dining options as well as Beverly Hills' business and entertainment areas.

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Use the following link when booking to save 10% on ALL AKA properties:

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