Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills blends Hollywood glamour, European elegance and French style. The hotel offers 10,000 square feet of flexible meeting space on the 2nd floor. All meeting rooms feature natural light and drop down screens. Two rooms feature a permanent boardroom table, Herman Miller chairs and flat screens. There is onsite AV, a signature restaurant, bar and terrace on the 1st floor providing 12,000 square feet of additional space.
Distinctive features include 22,000 square feet of indoor/ outdoor meeting & event space; floor to ceiling windows in all meeting rooms ; and no sight obstructions and columns. The hotel boasts a prime location, one mile from Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, at the epicenter of LA style. Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is located across the street from Beverly Shopping Center, just minutes from world-class shopping on Robertson, Melrose, The Grove, Rodeo Drive and the vibrant nightlife of the Sunset Strip. Located 30 minutes from LAX airport and Santa Monica Pier.
A RESPONSIBLE HOTEL
Sofitel is more than a great place to stay or have a meeting or event. It is also conducting a number of important initiatives for the community and environment.
AccorHotels works every day to achieve its ambition in terms of sustainable development: to work, through its 160,000 employees, millions of clients and thousands of suppliers and partners, to preserve the planet and the well-being of its inhabitant.
Planet 21 is AccorHotels Sustainable Program, refering to Agenda 21, the action plan adopted by 173 Heads of State at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro.
Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is proud to be at the Gold level, competing 95% of the Planet 21 criteria, including Meeting 21.
The City of Los Angeles Green Business Program (LAGBP) is free and voluntary assistance program, launched in 2014, is aimed at increasing energy and water efficiency, generating cost-savings, reducing waste, and creating a healthier environment for Angelenos. Esterel Restaurant and Riviera 31 are certified since 2105 for 3 years.
Hotel is currently enrolled in a Food Waste Recycling Program with Athens Service to collect and compost all food materials and process them into nutrient rich compost for agricultural end users.
Hotel is recycling all partially used shampoos, shower gels, conditioners and body lotions from guests’ rooms and is officially participating in soap recycling program, working with Global Soap Project.
Housekeeping gives away all old mattresses which are sill in good condition to the homeless shelter House of Hope.
All ambassadors are once a year invited to donate non perishable food to LA food bank for hungry people (canned protein, peanut butter & jelly, canned fruits & vegetables, fruit juices, staples such as beans, rice, pasta).
The Green Key award is the leading standard for excellence in the field of environmental responsibility and sustainable operation within the tourism industry.
Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is proud to have 4 keys and be an example of combination of sustainability and luxury.
The coveted ECO label has been awarded to Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills as given by Trip Advisor to acknowledge its sustainability practices.
HACCP International is a leading food science organization specializing in the HACCP food safety methodology and its application within food and related industries. Esterel Restaurant and Riviera 31 have been certified A since their opening.
Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills has also partnered with American Red Cross to organize and welcome blood drives.
Learn more by visiting Sofitel-Los-Angeles.com.
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