Hotels in Los Angeles
On a prime swath of Los Angeles real estate, this Spanish-style hotel mixes old-Hollywood touches with modern glam that pays homage to Mediterranean style. Plush and persuasive as they are, Montage’s visuals are not considered to be its sharpest weapon.
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.
This quaint, quiet boutique beach hotel has been open continuously since 1927, welcoming travelers with their lush courtyards and ornate Mediterranean Revival lobby.
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 in France. The rooms are minimalist with a flair, including pops of canary yellow throughout, subway tile in the bathroom, and in-room iMacs.
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.
Dustin Lancaster’s first b&b-style hotel is feels like a real retreat for writers and creatives.
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 style courtesy of Commune Design.
The contemporary Standard Hollywood is set on L.A.’ s famed Sunset Boulevard, with spare, retro-chic rooms similar to its Downtown sister. Features include art installations, mood lighting, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, minibars, and floor-to-ceiling windows.
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 shopping and dining the 90210 has to offer, but you needn’t leave your room to feel like you’re living in the lap.
Lime green, eggshell blue, and canary yellow compose the punchy palette at this retro-beach-style boutique hotel.
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 Chinese Theatre, yet maintains a distinct sense of self.
Adjacent to a man-made trout lake where old Hollywood celebrities like Clark Gable used to fish, this five-story, country-style hotel was built in 1962. Renovated in 2009, the property is comprised of six acres of gardens and koi ponds.
By pairing a luxury hotel with a state-of-the- art medical facility, this collaboration between Four Seasons and the California Health & Longevity Institute—located in a San Fernando Valley suburb only 17 miles from Malibu—introduces a new level of service (and seriousness) to the spa experie