Is Hollywood and the bright lights of Los Angeles calling? Whether it’s the shopping scene of Beverly Hills, walking with the stars in Hollywood, or kissing the sun along the Pacific Ocean, these top Los Angeles area hotels will provide you the perfect spot to rest your head.
Get into the heart and soul of the Sunset Strip at the Sunset Marquis, tucked away just off Sunset Boulevard. The Sunset Marquis gets you close to the action, where iconic names such as The Comedy Store, The Viper Room and Whisky A Go Go are just steps away in this luxurious West Hollywood escape. Accommodations range from Spanish-style villas with private driveways to poolside suites. Rejuvenate with a variety of spa services or see and be seen over a cocktail and live music.
— Sunset Marquis Hotel (@sunsetmarquis) October 14, 2016
The Redbury Hollywood
The Redbury Hollywood’s location at the corner of Hollywood and Vine is an address that’s tough to beat. All 57 guest rooms are suites that feature a kitchen with gas burners, walk-in rain showers and all the comforts you need for a weekend away or longer stay. Enjoy a cocktail at the indoor-outdoor lounge, The Library, located on the second level of The Redbury Hotel. Get a taste of the Mediterranean at Cleo, an Egyptian-themed restaurant featuring shared plates, flatbreads and more.
— The Redbury (@TheRedbury) September 19, 2016
InterContinental Los Angeles
InterContinental Los Angeles is near Century City’s studios and not far from the glitz and glamour of Beverly Hills’ shopping scene. Every room has a private balcony or terrace providing breathtaking views. Taste the contemporary California cuisine at Mari Los Angeles or a cocktail at Copper Lounge. If you prefer, room service is available 24 hours so you never have to leave the comforts of your bed. Spa treatments are available before setting out for a day of fun in Beverly Hills.
— InterContinental LA (@InterConLA) June 8, 2016
W Hollywood puts you in the heart of the action at the corner of Hollywood and Vine. Shopping and dining fun are just outside the door, not to mention the famed Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Hollywood/Vine Metro Station is nearby and will zip you to other areas of greater Los Angeles without ever stepping foot in a car. There is a variety of rooms and suites available. Take a dip in the rooftop pool and enjoy a cocktail under the blue skies. Delphine Eatery & Bar offers California-inspired bites and signature cocktails while The Living Room is a relaxing spot for light fare and drinks.
— W Los Angeles (@WLosAngeles) September 15, 2016
Luxe Sunset Boulevard
Luxe Sunset Boulevard provides classic Hollywood glamour in its 162 guestrooms and suites. Located in Bel Air, the Luxe Sunset Boulevard isn’t far from the world-class art on display at The Getty. Get in a workout at the outdoor fitness area or unwind in the outdoor heated pool. Dining options include On Sunset, which features a menu of seasonal California fare with French influences. Dine inside or outside. This seven-acre property serves as a quiet getaway while keeping you close to the action of the beaches or Hollywood.
— Luxe Sunset Hotel (@LuxeSunsetHotel) October 20, 2016
LeMontrose Suite Hotel
On a tree-lined street just a few steps from Beverly Hills, Le Montrose Suite Hotel is a rare breed among Los Angeles hotels. Fashionable but unfussy, elegant yet approachable, trendy yet anchored in the best traditions of gracious hospitality. A hotspot where Hollywood’s young elite gather to sip and socialize at the rooftop pool and accomplished artists and entertainers come to duck the limelight in ultra-private Privato Restaurant and relax in modern suites that feel like home. This is Le Montrose, an intimate retreat in the heart of West Hollywood.
— Le Montrose Hotel (@LeMontroseHotel) October 20, 2016
The Garland brings a retro-chic style in a boutique setting in North Hollywood. Visitors to studios, including Universal Studios Hollywood will find The Garland is in a great location. You won’t be far from other Hollywood attractions, but also make sure and relax at The Garland’s outdoor parks and renovated spaces.
— The Garland (@thegarlandhotel) October 18, 2016
Four Seasons Beverly Hills
Stay in style at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. Choose from one of 285 guest rooms and luxury suites that will have you sleeping not far from Rodeo Drive with plenty of views of the Hollywood Hills, Beverly Hills and Los Angeles. Lounge by the outdoor pool on a tropical fourth-floor terrace. Enjoy a sophisticated cocktail or meal.
— Four Seasons LA (@FSLosAngeles) October 10, 2016
The Hollywood Roosevelt
The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is a landmark attraction and popular destination for visitors from around the world to its Hollywood Boulevard locale. Opening in 1927, The Hollywood Roosevelt hosted the first Academy Awards in 1929. When you’re not enjoying all that Hollywood Boulevard has to offer choose from one of four unique dining options, a pool party, bowling in the gaming lounge or a cocktail in The Library Bar.
— Hollywood Roosevelt (@hwood_roosevelt) October 21, 2016
The Hotel Bel-Air has 58 guestrooms and 45 suites. Inspired by 1930s, 1940s and 1950s Hollywood, the lush 12-acre party has plenty of glamour. Surrounded by hanging palms and cascading blooms, the Hotel Bel-Air pool is the focal point of the property. Explore the hotel’s dining options or enjoy a morning at the spa.
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— Hotel Bel-Air (@HotelBelAir) October 20, 2016