• AKA Beverly HIlls — New Weekly Rates

      AKA Beverly HIlls — New Weekly Rates

      AKA Beverly Hills now accepts reservations for stays of a week or longer.
    • AKA's Luxury Mobile Suite

      AKA's Luxury Mobile Suite

      The world's first mobile suite, an exclusive experience for AKA residents.
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    • AKA expands global reach to Asia Pacific, Europe, Gulf Region with Ascott The Residence marketing alliance

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Pied-a-terre. On demand. AKA balances the style and hospitality of an intimate hotel with the space and comfort of a fully appointed luxury condominium. Designed for long stay comfort and value, AKA stands for unparalleled metropolitan locations; signature design; and exceptional business, entertainment and lifestyle services.

Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, or temporarily relocating due to renovation, health, or insurance, AKA serviced residences is an ideal solution for extended stays of a week, a month, or longer. AKA extended stay furnished apartments, tailored for the needs of the long stay resident, offer spacious living rooms; fully equipped kitchens; master bedrooms with king sized beds; and contemporary baths. Residents at AKA luxury furnished suites enjoy spacious rooms, quality finishes, personalized resident services and lower rates for longer stays. Located in prestigious neighborhoods — New York City’s Central Park, Times Square, Sutton Place

and United Nations; Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square; the White House district in Washington DC; Los Angeles’ Beverly Hills; and London’s West End—AKA owner-operated properties offer studio, one and two bedroom short term furnished apartment suites, many with balconies and terraces. AKA amenities include a dedicated Resident Services Team and doorman; meticulous housekeeping; exceptional fitness, business and media services; dining and private lounges. AKA is a division of Korman Communities, a four generation family—run real estate business since 1909 and pioneer of the furnished suite concept in 1966.