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    Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

    Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

    Class:
    4
    41 reviews

    Finding a hotel is usually about getting a place to sleep, but for nightlife lovers, L.A. is the perfect place to find a hotel that's best for staying awake. The party here centers around the pool, where you can get drinks until 2 a.m. while you do some celeb spotting. Teddy's nightclub downstairs is equally as star studded, but it ...

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    SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills

    SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills

    Class:
    4.5
    29 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    This is a wonderful, trendy and efficient hotel. Bazaar is a great restaurant. Id been wanting to try Chef Jose Andres' cuisines. Rajat

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    The Standard Downtown LA

    The Standard Downtown LA

    Class:
    4
    33 reviews
    Fair - 72% of guests recommend

    Great location, in the heart of everything. Roof top pool with a fantastic view of the city. The rooms are very well decorated. You can stay there and go out all in the same place.

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    Terranea Resort

    Terranea Resort

    Class:
    5
    21 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    Beautiful local getaway. If you can't afford to stay there, you can still come onsite, eat lunch, walk around.

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    Mondrian Los Angeles

    Mondrian Los Angeles

    Class:
    4
    25 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% 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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    The London West Hollywood

    The London West Hollywood

    Class:
    4.5
    19 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    My guilty pleasure! I love West Hollywood hotels because of the diversity. This hotel is probably the best example of that. The Gordon Ramsey restaurants don't hurt. It feels tucked away even though it is on one of the main streets in WeHo. The rooms are comfortable, service friendly and location is in the heart of the city. Stop by ...

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    W Hotel Hollywood

    W Hotel Hollywood

    4
    22 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    #BeOut We are suckers for any pool with a rooftop view. Pool Details: Address: 6250 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood 90028 Phone: (323) 798-1300 Weekdays: Dress appropriately, purchase food or drinks, and no one will be the wiser. Weekends: The pool is open to non-guests from 12 p.m. - 6 p.m. with a $20 cover charge. Call ahead to see if there ...

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    Peninsula Beverly Hills

    Peninsula Beverly Hills

    Class:
    5
    17 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    I absolutely adore this hotel and I don't think I've experienced better service anywhere, ever. The fact that the Peninsula gives all repeat guests his or her very own pillowcases, with the individual guest's personal monogram, says it all. At the Peninsula Beverly Hills, no demand is too large or too daunting and guests are pampered at every turn. One ...

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    Andaz West Hollywood

    Andaz West Hollywood

    Class:
    4.5
    17 reviews

    Wow talk about great service and high tech! You walk into the andaz and the first thing you see are greeters with iPads asking what they can help you with! The lobby is stunning! Modern decor and warm vibe like the service. There's a chic bar to the right when you enter as well as many other services for your ...

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    Chateau Marmont

    Chateau Marmont

    4.5
    19 reviews

    A Hollywood legend as much for its striking neo Gothic fantasy architecture as for being a playground for celebs behaving badly. Best known of all as the venue for the tragic death of John Belushi after a cocaine binge, further back it was cited as the place where Clark Gable and Jean Harlow held their secret trysts. James Dean and ...

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    Shutters on the Beach

    Shutters on the Beach

    Class:
    4.5
    18 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Who says that the best brunch's aren't the most $$$$...well me? The truth is, amazing location for a Sat/ Sun Brunch on the Terrace of Deck. Mimosas and Sun never hurt anyone, but the bill may. That's where the 4 stars come in. Other then that, I would just stay there the whole day to even watch the sunset, and ...

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    W Los Angeles - Westwood

    W Los Angeles - Westwood

    Class:
    4
    19 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    I'm a big fan of the W hotel and this one is no different. Great pool, pretty solid food, and of course the signature W hotel bed. Check out the parties here for Labor Day

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    The Beverly Hilton

    The Beverly Hilton

    Class:
    4
    18 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    This place is massive and can feel a bit impersonal but somehow manages to still deliver on style and a bit of Hollywood glamor. The rooms are a little dated and the staff can be unfriendly (especially at reception) but somehow the place still manages to be enjoyable. Ample eye candy at the pool.

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    The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, Los Angeles

    The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, Los Angeles

    Class:
    4.5
    15 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    Locally known as "The Huntington" this property is by far the nicest spot to stay in the area, and I may even say Los Angeles at large. The historic property has a bit of a Great Gatsy air about it with its grandeose hallways and ornate ballrooms. The bar and restaurant are top notch, but the location is perfect to ...

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    Hotel Erwin

    Hotel Erwin

    Class:
    4
    19 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    Trendy and Stylish! Comfort, food, service, and location might be the top things you're looking for in a hotel and I believe Hotel Erwin can check those off of your list. Comfort: I was able to see 3 showcased rooms. The first room was on the 5th floor, with a large high ceiling living room, and bar. It had a ...

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    Beverly Wilshire Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel)

    Beverly Wilshire Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel)

    Class:
    5
    13 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    I have stayed here twice and LOVE, LOVE it!! It is an amazing property that I cannot say enough good things about. The service is unbelievable, the rooms wonderful. There is nothing that the concierge will not do for their guests. Truly a 5 star experience.

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    Viceroy Santa Monica

    Viceroy Santa Monica

    Class:
    4
    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

    Class:
    4.5
    14 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    Always a treat for comfort and food!

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    The Standard, Hollywood

    The Standard, Hollywood

    Class:
    4
    17 reviews

    This hotel is a lot of fun. The place is basically a Day's Inn converted into a funky boutique hotel on the Sunset Strip, and it works! The lobby is very funky, the all night diner has great food, there is a small bar and nightclub worth checking out, and the place is full of surprises. The rooms have balconies, ...

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    The Huntley Hotel

    The Huntley Hotel

    Class:
    4
    13 reviews

    This place is everything you think you are in for when you think of modern hollywood chic - there is a lot of white decor, a mixture of modern and art deco. The hotel is just a couple of blocks away from the beach and the Santa Monica Pier - so it's one of the few walkable neighborhoods in LA. ...

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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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