The Beverly Hills Hotel, LA
The 90210 postcode needs no introduction, synonymous as it is with cool Californian chic. This iconic pink palace, its rosy hue delightfully offset by the aqua blueness of its swimming pool and the candy-striped sun loungers, has hosted Hollywood’s elite, from Charlie Chaplin to Marilyn Monroe, and still exudes old-style movie glamour.
The hotel’s youngest guests are welcomed with a VYV (Very Young VIPs) Card. Pampered pooches can also stay in the bungalows and receive their own bed, personalised bone-shaped doggy cookies and a Beverly Hills Hotel pink tennis ball to chew. Notably, there is a $200 non-refundable cleaning fee for dogs that thankfully doesn’t apply to toddlers. Children, meanwhile, receive a personal welcome letter, chocolate-chip cookies and a Beverly Hills Hotel Teddy Bear on their pillow. They are also given a Beverly Hills credit card entitling them to complimentary sodas in the famous Fountain Coffee Room and Cabana Club Café, giving them a taste of the lavish champagne lifestyle. Cin, cin.
Sunset Boulevard itself is an exciting cornucopia of sights to see, from The Viper Room (formerly part-owned by Johnny Depp) to Whisky A Go Go, famed for its dancing.
From £570 per night for a family of four.