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Crescent Hotel Group ("CHG"), founded in 2001 by Gregory Peck and based in Beverly Hills, California, is an entrepreneurial operationally integrated developer, owner and manager of unique hotel properties. The CHG vision is to create niche hotel properties in urban locations which offer finely tuned personalized service, intelligently designed spaces, vibrant food & beverage offerings and a compelling destination specific experience that reflects a true connection to the local community, all at an approachable price point. Above all, whether via high aesthetic values, well positioned locales or creative programming, CHG seeks to create and manage hotels with one goal in mind, to surprise and delight its guests. CHG is currently expanding and is aggressively seeking opportunistic acquisition, development and management opportunities that will fit within its unique business model and will serve to grow its portfolio.



Press inquires for Crescent Hotel Group should be directed to:

Crescent Hotel Group
403 North Crescent Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

(310) 247-0430


Crescent Hotel Group

JC | Report
Gregory Peck's Hotel Empire
October 2008
"Great design, great service, vibrant food and beverage at a decent price point are also key factors for our well-located urban properties."
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Lux Q&A: Hip Hotelier Gregory Peck
October 2008
"our goal is to entice the senses while insisting on highly personalized service and always stressing having people feel a deep sense of comfort."
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Nylon Magazine
October 2008
"We wanted to capture the old notion of the luxury and glamour of traveling."
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Big Magazine
B Man
September 2008
"I approach hotel design with a sensibility that is steeped in traditional luxury."
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Sur La Terre
Gregory Peck's Higher Living
August 2008
"At the global crossroad of New York, new hotels by Robert Deniro, Andre Balzars, Jason Pomeranc and Alex Calderwood are adding luminescent tiers to the already star-studded Manhattan skyline. Gregory Peck, a dark horse looking to lead the pack via his own quiet storm, is launching one of the most exciting new properties of 2008.
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C Magazine
July 2008
"Travel tastemaker (and Crescent Hotel Groupowner) Gregory Peck knows a thing or two about creating escape-worthy retreats."
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City Magazine
Rising Above - Hotelier: Gregory Peck
January 2008
"At the ripe age of 33, Peck seems to be taking it all in stride."
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New York Post Page Siz Magazine
The New Lounge Lizards
January 2008
"Gre (Peck) (an Ian Scrager disciple) founded LA's Crescent ZHotel where Britney Spears is a regular."
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The New York Observer
The New Gregoty Peck
December 2007
"Gregory Peck in To Build a Boutique Hotel"
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Beverly Hills

Interview Magazine
François Arnaud at the
Crescent Hotel Beverly Hills
June 2013
"Innocent" was how François Arnaud once described his character's relationship with his sister Lucrezia (Holliday Grainger) on The Borgias. It was 2011, and Arnaud had just begun the Budapest-filmed series. The Canadian played Cesare Borgia, the son of Spanish-born Pope Alexander VI (an Emmy-nominated Jeremy Irons) and a ruthless leader lauded in Machiavelli's The Prince. Two years later, and the relationship was no longer quite so innocent. Click here for interview
GENLUX Magazine
Crescent Hotel Beverly featured in GENLUX Magazine’s Summer 2013 issue.
June 2013
The magazine showcased the Crescent beautifully, with 4 images highlighting the renovation.

GENLUX Magazine is a luxury magazine geared toward Los Angeles' young, affluent, female, high-performance shoppers. The magazine offers an LA shopper's guide to new fashion, beauty, and accessories.
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Filler Magazine
“Beverly Hills, that’s where I want to be.”
April 2013
“Beverly Hills, that’s where I want to be.” Sound familiar? Weezer sang it, and we dream it. And, as any guest of the Crescent Hotel Beverly Hills knows, what better way to fantasize about paradise than tucked underneath Libeco-Lagae Belgian linens with one’s head rested on top a fluffy down pillow, and nothing more than waking eyes separating dream from reality...
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Filler Magazine
Crescent Hotel Beverly Hills Photo Shoot Location
April 2013
Celebrity Fashion: Vincent Kartheiser of Mad Men tries on the many dimensions of this season's bold print as The Wanderer. Photography by Ben Cope, styling by Kate Riney. Shot on location at The Crescent Hotel Beverly Hills.

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The Huffington Post Destinations
A Culinary Christmas In California
November 2011
Everyone knows that the East Coast and snow immediately conjure up cozy winter images that set the seasonal tone. Yet some folks prefer a toastier time to take in their holidays. So, if you're heading west to soak in the So Cal sun and that cool California culture, here are 10 haute hotels throughout the City of Angels that will put you in the holiday mood, a la Hollywood.

Rest assured that these sophisticated spots are serving up some serious dishes on the foodie front. So, if you want to get Christmas cozy in your room or around the fire or if you simply don't want to venture off the property, the plates, pours and atmosphere alone promise to be plenty festive.

This holiday season, check into Hotel California. Of course you can check in any time you like -- but you may never leave.

The hip Hollywood hideaway will appeal to all your senses and sensibilities. For you art, architecture and design buffs, this art deco designed property built during the golden era of Hollywood once provided housing for studio stars. It has since been through several incarnations, the most recent a redo by LA designer Dodd Mitchell. More renovations are underway with one of Frank Gehry's famed architects at the helm.

It's easy to see how starlets called The Crescent home as you won't want to leave once you arrive. A carefully curated playlist of tunes will seduce you as you enter your room. Early morning coffee and fresh baked breads will taunt that sleepy head. They can be enjoyed on the serene sunlit terrace surrounded by palm trees.

As the sun sets, to does the tone. There's a great mix of edgy agents from neighboring talent agency Paradigm, cool California locals in the know and a mad mix of New Yorkers and Japanese fashionistas around the bar.

The stunning chef Lenore honed her culinary skills at the iconic Guy Savoy at Caesars, Las Vegas. She will weaken every knee with her culinary creativity. This is the unsung foodie find and foodie hero in LA. So, take advantage of the adventure with her succulent brunch, which alone will make you want to slap somebody, if not everybody on that patio.

Go family style with a friend and order the brunch sliders served on a fresh baked brioche bun and made with turkey breakfast sausage, smoked maple aioli and a sunny-side up quail egg. Follow with the steak hash with hanger steak, pee wee potatoes, spinach, two poached eggs and chipotle hollandaise and finish with the kabocha squash omelette with kale, tomato confit, goat cheese and corn avocado relish. (Trust me on this.) It will have you clicking your well-heeled foodie feet saying, "There's no place like The Crescent."
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25 Perfect Weekend Hotels
September 2011
"The stylin' rooms at the Crescent are admittedly a tight squeeze, but what vaulted this hotel onto our list is its value score, with under $250 rooms in one of the toniest parts of L.A., plus the glamorous art deco design. At night, a high energy bar and palm terrace make it a great place to meet up with friends. Extra points for fully loaded iPods by the bed, plush HD Design/Eco friendly toiletries and room service"
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944 Magazine
August 2008
"Elegant, modern... it will be hard to leave the tree-sheltered patio and outdoor fire.
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Best of L.A.
Garden-Grown Cocktails
August 2008
"We love to sit on the secluded patio and sip a 'Sage the Last Dance'"
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Disctintive Living
Mixology Shakes Up The City
August 2008
"Concocting the perfect cocktail, mixologist Allen Artcliff shakes up the city with his Garden & Herbs cocktail menu."
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Party Like A Rockstar!
August 2008
"...chic boutique hotel"
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Daily Candy
Weekend Pick
May 2008
"Drink Boé Restaurant's Garden & Herbs cocktails."
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Urban Daddy
Weekend Pick
March 2008
"Saturday Getaway! Enjoy martinis upon arrival, a chauffeured excursion to the current nightspots and a hangover breakfast."
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L.A. Confidential
January 2008
"With its fabulous reputation, relaxing patio, and colorful crowd, Boé is the perfect place to wrap up your week."
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Indulge Magazine
Sipping Summer at The Crescent
January 2008
"Lounge in the intimate patio fringed with Acacia trees or bask in the fireside glow of the modern chic Boé restaurant."
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Metromix Los Angeles
Weekend Pick
January 2007
"Cocktails & A Chauffeur at the Crescent Hotel"
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Angelo Magazine
June 2006
"Couples looking for a retreat from the everyone’s-looking heat can nuzzle up to the flattering glow of Boé’s fireside lounge. Cuddle up on one of the cocoa and crème chaises, then order a few Sex Kitten Martinis (think Cosmo with a raspberry kick). Before you know it, the after-dinner canoodling could turn into an all-night affair. Good thing the Crescent hotel is right upstairs."
Beverly Hill Insiders' Guide
April 2006
"Those looking for peace and quiet at The Crescent Hotel should head for the guest rooms, because the terrace and lounge are hopping. Breaking bread at the hotel's restaurant Boé, you'll find everyone from music moguls like Kanye West and Justin Timberlake to Golden Globe and Emmy-winner Patricia Arquette and ingénue Rachel McAdams."
February 2006
“Pretty Patio for Pretty People: The Crescent Hotel feels like the private mansion of designer du jour Dodd Mitchell, and Boé the hip, welcoming foyer.”
Text String, Condé Nast Traveler
January 2006
“A palm-tree-flanked villa on the outside; sleek minimalism on the inside. The retro-modern lounge bar and patio restaurant are popular.”
Los Angeles Magazine
January 2006
"Weather permitting, everyone’s on the patio, but inside, a handful of tables sit next to the lobby of this boutique hotel. Nibble on mini curry burgers, garlic frites served in paper bags, and large salads, or get substantial with grilled flatiron steak."
National Geographic Traveler
July 2005
"The Crescent is a Beverly Hills find, a little stucco hotel with a fun bar, outdoor living room, and minimalist-chic rooms (each with a loaded iPod mini)."
Nylon Magazine
May 2005
"Hotel Sweet: A glass-fronted fireplace in an indoor/outdoor living room. A personal iPod Mini minibar. Wine tastings and cooking classes. Yes, The Crescent, Beverly Hills is not your average hotel. While some boutique properties try to pack in guests like marbles in a jar, the 40-room Crescent gives you space to relax in intimate, unique surroundings."
Hotel News Resource
April 2005
“The Crescent makes the list of the World’s Sexiest Hotels.”
Boston Herald
April 2005
"If streamlined equals cool to you, choose the Crescent Hotel at 403 N. Crescent. Like the rooms - furnished in a pleasing minimalist design that any devotee of feng shui principles will applaud - dining in this hotel's restaurant is strong on fresh ingredients presented simply."
Ricardo Chavira (Desperate Housewives), InTouch
April 2005
"I really love the courtyard here... the pillows, the enclosed fireplace. It's so inviting and very private."
Condé Nast Traveler
January 2005
“Beverly Hills has always been Mogul Metro, but when new owners hired designer, Dodd Mitchell, to redo the Beverly Crescent Hotel, built in 1926, he turned the renamed Crescent Hotel into the Hipster Heaven.”
InStyle Magazine
December 2004
"Dine alfresco, the way Elizabeth Hurley and Mena Suvari each do, on the candlelit front patio. If the fireplace isn't providing enough warmth, ask the waiter for a blanket."
InStyle Magazine
December 2004
"When Courtney Cox & David Arquette want to dine in a mansion away from home, they head to Boé. The restaurant, located at the Crescent Hotel, a 40 room Beverly Hills hideaway, has a bachelor-pad feel thanks to leather sofas, shag rugs, a groovy soundtrack and a playful menu."
Black and White
July 2004
"It’s the new place in town to strike a film deal next to the glass-fronted outdoor fireplace."
Black and White
July 2004
"So you're down and out in Beverly Hills and hankering for a minimalist hotel room with a flatscreen TV, a bottle of Norwegian spring water and a varnished-concrete bathroom. Oh, and add to that a selection of hipster magazines by the bed and indie-dance CDs still in their plastic wrappers. The newly opened 40-room Crescent in Los Angeles' Golden Triangle is where you can get them all as well as your hip-hotel kicks."
Food and WineApril 2004
April 2004
“Best New Hotels: No two rooms are identical at this hotel that feels more like a jet-setter's mansion. The mod decor includes minimalist concrete vanities in the bathrooms and an indoor-outdoor lobby lounge that has become one of the hottest happy hours for the Rodeo Drive crowd.”
Elle Magazine
November 2003
"Behind the Crescent Hotel's classy Beverly Hills facade lurks Dodd Mitchell's sleek decor."
October 2003
"California neocolonial exteriors can be forgiven only when they hide an indoor-outdoor courtyard where you can have drinks at attractive tables and benches or, if it's a breezy evening, sit by the fire."
October 2003
"The recently opened 40-room Crescent Hotel, designed by commercial interior designer of the moment Dodd Mitchell, is a welcome addition to the mid-priced small hotels market. The central Beverly Hills location, the vaguely modernist decor, and the Holly- wood deal maker friendly indoor-outdoor restaurant, dubbed "BOE", are enough to ensure that the Crescent will be a hit with visitors to the City."
Lucky Magazine
August 2003
“The Crescent is poised to become our favorite neighbor- hood hangout, with a scenester bar, wine tastings and cooking classes.”
Daily Candy
July 2003
“At first glance, an excellent, centrally located spot for visitors to hang their hats while in our fair city. Forty deluxe rooms, stocked with top-notch amenities.”


Crescent Beverly Hills

403 North Crescent Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Phone: (310) 247-0505
Toll Free: (877) 374-0505

Fax: (310) 247 9053

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Crescent Hotel Group

403 North Crescent Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Phone: (310) 247-0430
Toll Free Reservations:
877 374 0505


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