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    Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

    Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

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    41 reviews

    This is one of the hippest hotels in L.A. - known as much for its stylish hotel scene as for its great service. Beautiful pool area that becomes a velvet rope party scene on weekends. Right in central Hollywood.

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    SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills

    SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills

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    30 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    Spacious rooms and friendly staff all wrapped up in a whimsical package. I'm not a big fan of boutique properties. Typically, high design equals small rooms, lots of attitude, and poor service. The SLS is a different story and is a great property. Well worth the visit.

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    The Standard Downtown LA

    The Standard Downtown LA

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    33 reviews
    Fair - 73% of guests recommend

    The rooftop bar is an evening hang-out for models, wanna-bees and lookie-loos, like me (the latter!) A gorgeous renovation of the modernist building just steps from the downtown library in a neighborhood that's safe to walk into the wee hours. The drinks are creative and expensive, as is the cover cost unless you stay at the hotel. Great urban fun ...

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    Shutters on the Beach

    Shutters on the Beach

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    24 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    I went here for a happy hour and absolutely love this Hotel. It's elegant and peaceful (how can it not be being next to the water and in the beach?!) They have a great happy hour menu at the bar with good wines to compliment the food. You can go formal in their dining room or sneak away downstairs to ...

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    Terranea Resort

    Terranea Resort

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    21 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    I just love this place. One could drive up, park their car and walk around the property and enjoy the magnificent views for free. There is a hotel, spa and restaurants on the property.

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    Mondrian Los Angeles

    Mondrian Los Angeles

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    25 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Excellent and fun accommodations on the Sunset Strip. This hotel also houses the Skybar, which is a popular place to have cocktails and watch for celebs.

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    W Hotel Hollywood

    W Hotel Hollywood

    23 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    The W Hotel is always a fun pace to stay, lounge at the pool, and enjoy some nightlife after hours. This W Hotel is no exception. Centrally located on Hollywood Blvd, there are plenty of attractions to walk to from here.

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    Chateau Marmont

    Chateau Marmont

    21 reviews

    I love this old Hollywood hotel and the chateau is one of LA's greatest landmarks, proving that the city's obsession with youth does not extend to hotels. The burgers at the bar are fantastic and the cocktails, like everything else at this hotel, are cool and classic.

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    Andaz West Hollywood

    Andaz West Hollywood

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    18 reviews

    I liked this more than I thought I would! It is located in the middle of the Sunset Strip close to all the tourist attractions. The thing that is cool about this hotel is that when you walk in there is no front desk. There are Hotel Concierge walking around with headset's and laptops and when they get your name ...

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    The London West Hollywood

    The London West Hollywood

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    19 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    This is my favorite hotel in LA. The rooms are my favorite part, but the rooftop pool is a close second for sure. The hotel is (obviously) super high end and the location was perfect for me. I love waking up here, putting on some sun block and heading upstairs to the pool to get some sunshine and drink some ...

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    Peninsula Beverly Hills

    Peninsula Beverly Hills

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    17 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    Since its change of management just recently, I hate to share this is not the same Peninsula. Note the Peninsula Hong Kong (flagship), Tokyo, Chicago, New York, and others are all co-owned and amazing. Only now, of the Peninsula properties, the Beverly Hills Peninsula is owned by another entity with management that does not appear to hold itself to that ...

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    W Los Angeles - Westwood

    W Los Angeles - Westwood

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    20 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    The W Los Angeles Westwood is part of the highly reputable chain of 4/5 star hotels that service cities throughout the United States and the world. This particular hotel is encapsulated by the multi-million dollar Bel-Air mansions, Beverly Hills luxury shopping destinations, and premier Hollywood tourist destinations. If you are looking for luxury amidst the glamor and action of the ...

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    The Beverly Hilton

    The Beverly Hilton

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    18 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    Classic old style Beverly Hills look on the exterior, but very modern and well appointed on the inside. Convenient location heading right into Beverly Hills. Also convenient for access to Century City and West Hollywood. Service was fantastic. Check in/out seamless. Dont like the $38 overnight parking fee, but I guess that is basic standard across the area there. Would ...

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    The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, Los Angeles

    The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, Los Angeles

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    15 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    Beautiful hotel with fantastic gardens and grounds. With the makeover after Langham purchased the property post Ritz-Carlton, this hotel brings modern glamour to country chic. The interior designer really knocked his/herself out. The bar is just absolutely amazing, bringing in modern decor with traditional highlights, while still keeping it "California Comfortable." I think whoever designed this place was a genius ...

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    Hotel Erwin

    Hotel Erwin

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    19 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    This hotel has awesome themed rooms that are great for a party. The rooms are also great for visitors interested in exploring the area. It's a very modern and cool place, but your grandparents might enjoy it too. Reasons to stay here: Rooftop bar Great sunset views Steps from the beach Close to restaurants/bars (including one in the lobby)

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    Beverly Wilshire Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel)

    Beverly Wilshire Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel)

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    13 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    Perfect breakfast and they have beautiful awnings above us!

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    The Huntley Hotel

    The Huntley Hotel

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    14 reviews

    The Huntley Hotel is one of my favorite hotels in Santa Monica. You can't beat the location. It's a block away from the 3rd Street Promenade & while it's a block away from the beach, you will still experience one of the most spectacular views of Santa Monica & the Pacific Ocean from the Penthouse level of the Huntley. Also ...

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    Viceroy Santa Monica

    Viceroy Santa Monica

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    15 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Eyecandy, people watching and expensive but great drinks! Where the socialites hang out, but can also be a bit pretentious. Beautiful location though!

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    Beverly Hills Hotel

    Beverly Hills Hotel

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    14 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    This is another great spot for food, drinks and relaxing. The famous polo lounge, or the diner. The newly remodeled Bar nineteen12 is one of my favorites. A lot of specialty cocktails to choose from. The pool is nice and they offer cabanas as well.

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    The Standard, Hollywood

    The Standard, Hollywood

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    17 reviews

    I never stayed at the hotel just been to the Cactus Lounge. It's really low key and offers an outdoor area to hang out at. Everything is overpriced as expected on the Sunset Strip but the bartenders and servers are really nice there. Go there to start your night. There is a really ambiance in the front of the hotel ...

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Los Angeles Hotel Insider
Flashing bright lights and designer heels on red carpets are what most people think of when they contemplate Hollywood. But Los Angeles is more than just the glitz and the glamour seen on television. It’s also a city of cuisine, family-friendly theme parks, and art and music. A range of hotels throughout the city cater to any budget, making it no surprise that over 41 million travelers visited LA in 2012 alone.

Trendy and Luxurious Los Angeles Hotel Accommodations
Hotels in Los Angeles are among some of the hippest in the country. If you’re looking for trendy and a little out-of-the-ordinary, you’ll find that hotels like The Redbury and the W Hotel Hollywood, both in the Hollywood area, are ultra-cool. The Standard and the O in downtown Los Angeles are known for their quirkiness and for their hip bars and eateries.

Of course, Los Angeles has its share of luxury accommodations as well. After all, who wouldn’t expect that from a city full of glitz and glam? The Beverly Hills Hotel and the Beverly Wilshire have long been synonymous with opulence, luxury and old-time Hollywood, while newer hotels on the scene represent modern Los Angeles, including places like the SLS Hotel and the Sofitel Los Angeles. The Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood is not only historic, but also a magnet for celebrities.

Family-friendly Los Angeles Hotels and Attractions
A wide range of hotels dot downtown Los Angeles as well as the areas around the city. Many are ideal for families visiting the area, using L.A. as a base to explore other surrounding regions and attractions including Disneyland, located to the south. Hotels like the Sheraton Universal are steps from popular Universal Studios, while others, like the Radisson, provide easy access to the downtown area and the attractions there. Some cater especially to children, like the Montage Beverly Hills, and the Magic Castle, for example, have great kids’ programs.

If it’s all about the kids, they’ll love the theme parks, the California Science Center, and the amazing Natural History Museum. For pleasant stays with your children and reasonable proximity to these great family-friendly attractions, you’ll find that hotels such as the Radisson Inn or less expensive lodging including Rodeway, America’s Best Value Inns, or Vagabond Inns might fit your needs.

Things to do in Los Angeles
Wanna go shopping? Los Angeles offers avid shoppers some of the best shopping in the world! The LA Fashion District in the downtown area features a variety of shopping centers with amazing stores to fit all tastes and budgets. Rodeo Drive and Robertson Blvd. are for visitors with lots of money to spend, while other areas cater to more modest tastes. These include The Grove, Beverly Center, and Hollywood and Highland, right beside the famous Kodak Theater. Hotels close to Los Angeles’ best shopping include Loews Hollywood Hotel, the Park Plaza Lodge, and the lovely Elan Hotel.

If you’re all about being among the beautiful people, you’ll want to check out the restaurant and nightlife scene in Los Angeles. As a matter of fact, the city boasts some of the best hotel bars in the nation and many are quite well known. Some are trendy, others a little more classic. The Library Lounge at the Roosevelt Hotel Hollywood, for example, is quite prim and proper and old Hollywood in style, while the Mixing Room at the J.W. Marriott is ultra-contemporary and trendy. Then, of course, there’s the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel, if you can get in.

The attractions and amenities found in Los Angeles are enough to make any visitor feel like a celebrity. Just try your best to stay out of the tabloids.
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