Hotels in Los Angeles

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From grand historic properties to design-forward boutique hotels, the best hotels in Los Angeles offers a pillow perfect for every person, no matter ... Read More

From grand historic properties to design-forward boutique hotels, the best hotels in Los Angeles offers a pillow perfect for every person, no matter their taste.

Given the size and variety of the metro area itself, the city’s hotels reflect a similar amount of diversity. When deciding where to stay in Los Angeles, consider where you want to spend your trip, whether it’s by the beach or strategically close to a noted shopping district. Iconic properties like the Beverly Wilshire and West Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont still serve two popular areas with a classic sense of luxury, but now travelers can also stay nearby in the Philippe Starck-designed SLS Beverly Hills, or branch out to the city’s more happening neighborhoods. In Koreatown, Roy Choi’s The Line draws crowds as much for the food as for the rooms; downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) accommodates its growing fan base with The Standard and The Ace; and West Hollywood, known in the past for its riotous party scene, has grown up a bit with the sleek and contemporary Andaz West Hollywood.

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  • Andaz West Hollywood

    Known as the “Riot House” in the 1960’s and 70’s, this hotel was a notorious party spot for touring rock bands like Led Zeppelin, the Who, and the... Read More

  • Chateau Marmont

    Possibly one of Hollywood’s most iconic hotels, the Chateau has been the hideaway for celebrities and the entertainment elite since it officially... Read More

  • Fairmont Miramar Luxury Hotel & Bungalows, Santa Monica

    Since the 1920s, privacy-seeking Hollywood starlets—among them Greta Garbo and Marilyn Monroe—have found refuge at this bluff-perched resort overlooking... Read More

  • Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

    The $38 million facelift this Beverly Hills classic completed in 2012 may just be the best cosmetic work to come out of La-La Land. The complete... Read More

  • Hollywood Roosevelt

    It’s shocking that this hip, upscale hotel dating to 1927 is so close to the touristy Hollywood Walk of Fame and across the street from the buzzing TCL... Read More

  • Hotel Covell

    Dustin Lancaster’s first b&b-style hotel is feels like a real retreat for writers and creatives. Offering stylish accommodation for the first time... Read More

  • L'Ermitage Beverly Hills

    Minutes from Rodeo Drive, this sleek, residence-style hotel is a favorite with visiting fashionistas (no less than Giorgio Armani stays here when he’s... Read More

  • Langham Huntington, Pasadena

    This Pasadena property is just a few miles from The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens and the Rose Bowl. The traditionally... Read More

  • Mama Shelter

    Opening their first property in the U.S. in Hollywood was a wise choice for the ultra-hip, yet casually quirky, Mama Shelter, a hotel chainlette based... Read More

  • Montage Beverly Hills

    On a prime swath of Los Angeles real estate, this Spanish-style 201-room hotel mixes old-Hollywood touches with modern glam. Mediterranean elements skip... Read More

  • Palihouse Santa Monica

    This quaint, quiet boutique beach hotel has been open continuously since 1927, welcoming travelers with their lush courtyards and ornate Mediterranean... Read More

  • The Peninsula Beverly Hills

    When it comes to luxury, the opulent Peninsula Beverly Hills has it honed in. The five star property is right in the heart of all of the high end... Read More

  • Shutters on the Beach

    This sprawling beach-house-style inn looks like it was airlifted from Nantucket and dropped on the Santa Monica shore. Inside, the common areas (like... Read More

  • SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills, a Luxury Collection Hotel

    Combine Philippe Starck’s exuberant interiors with the genius for tapas of chef José Andrés and the retail vision of design curator Murray Moss, and you... Read More

  • Terranea

    Terranea is the ultimate stay-cation for L.A. locals. It's just a quick drive from the central city, and the sprawling 102-acre oceanside property... Read More

  • The Ace Downtown L.A.

    The rooms at this uber-hip hotel might not be particularly spacious, but what they lack in size, they make up for in swoon-worthy eclectic California... Read More

  • The Beverly Hills Hotel

    One of the city's most iconic hotels, the Beverly Hills Hotel draws everyone from Hollywood big wigs to families looking to escape the pulse of the city... Read More

  • The Line Hotel

    Koreatown is arguably one of the city’s most up-and-coming neighborhoods, and now it has its own design hotel courtesy of the Sydell Group. If you don’t... Read More

  • The Redbury

    This chic, all-suite boutique hotel on Vine is a little oasis in the heart of Hollywood. The Redbury's secluded, red-painted rooftop is lit by strings... Read More

  • The Rose Hotel

    The chic and breezy 14-room Rose Hotel, located just off the oh-so-trendy artists enclave of Abbot Kinney Ave., is the epitome of minimalist beach chic.... Read More

  • The Standard, Downtown L.A.

    There’s nothing standard about what’s on offer at this DTLA property, with its minimalist-yet-retro design and popular rooftop bar and pool scene. The... Read More

  • Viceroy Santa Monica

    The most fun of the four California hotels designed by Kor Hotel Group with Kelly Wearstler, the 162-room Viceroy seems like an extension of the nearby... Read More

  • Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

    The Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills mixes classic Beverly Hills luxury with a lush sense of California cool. From the green velvet chairs in the rooftop... Read More

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