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  • 61
    Hilton Los Angeles Airport

    Hilton Los Angeles Airport

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    7 reviews

    This Hilton is close to LAX so you can easily get to and from the airport as needed. Inside it is well-furnished and I love the large windows in the rooms. We got a corner room, so it was quite large and I enjoyed being able to see out two sides of the building. Parking here is pricey (I think ...

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  • 62
    Montage Beverly Hills

    Montage Beverly Hills

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    5 reviews

    Not as impressed with this location as their Laguna Beach property, but still luxurious and fabulous all the same. Impeccable service, accommodations and five star dining options.

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  • 63
    Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles International Airport

    Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles International Airport

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    7 reviews

    Well looks like this might be a one star wonder for those bumped off their flights and in a pissy mood, but I have stayed here several times and never had a problem. Pehaps it is because I am a Starwood frequent guest and I get some upgrades? Nevertheless, I usually get a good rate of about $99 - $109 ...

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  • 64
    Palihouse West Hollywood

    Palihouse West Hollywood

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    Tres chic in WeHo! No view, and parking ingress is a bit awkward, but that matters not. Cannot speak for a regular room, we had a suite (with a sweet deal). Designed for longer-term stays with reduced maid service and completely outfitted kitchenette, as well as washer-dryer in room, the suite is huge and you can really spread out. The ...

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  • 65
    L'Ermitage Beverly Hills

    L'Ermitage Beverly Hills

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    Serene, spacious rooms, a ton of privacy, a good restaurant and attentive service make this an all-around excellent place to stay in Los Angeles. Located just a block or two from Robertson, right on Burton Way, the L'Ermitage is in a spot where there are actually tons of pedestrians and visitors could conceivably make due for a few days without ...

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  • 66
    Stay on Main

    Stay on Main

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    #BeGone STAY is a quirky little Hotel/Hostel spot. Rumor has it that you can stay here for as little as around $22/night, but private rooms start at about $65. The location might not be ideal, but it's pretty close to the bus lines that can wisp you away to Santa Monica or Beverly Hills with ease. With the money you ...

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  • 67
    Mr. C Beverly Hills

    Mr. C Beverly Hills

    4
    5 reviews

    On the quieter outskirts of Beverly Hills, about a mile south of the fashionable streets of Rodeo Dr and the Golden Triangle, this boutique hotel strikes a perfect balance between 21st-century mod looks and classic Beverly Hills luxe style. Rooms have Old Hollywood decor. Ask for an upper-floor room (they're quieter) with a peekaboo view of the Hollywood sign.

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  • 68
    The Westin Pasadena

    The Westin Pasadena

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    6 reviews

    This Westin is just like any other Westin chain hotel. The location is great. It's located close to old town Pasadena (less than 5 minute drive and within walking distance if you want to go out for drinks and not have to deal with driving).

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  • 69
    Hotel Oceana Santa Monica

    Hotel Oceana Santa Monica

    Hotel Class:
    5
    4 reviews

    Designer Anthony Baratta drew out the property’s mid-century roots by ditching the Mediterranean palette in exchange for SoCal hues, Mad Men–era furniture, and Calder-inspired chandeliers. The refreshed hotel reopened in March 2013, complete with restaurant Tower 8, where Santa Monica native and Michelin-starred chef Josiah Citrin emphasizes southern California cuisine like ahi tuna tartare and avocado mousseline as well as ...

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  • 70
    Hostelling International

    Hostelling International

    5
    4 reviews

    I love the Santa Monica hostel! It's one of the cleanest, friendliest and overall nicest hostels I've ever walked into. The location is central to everything in the Santa Monica area. It's walking distance to tons of bars, shopping (3rd St Promenade) and 2 blocks from the beach - amazing!!

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  • 71
    Shore Hotel

    Shore Hotel

    3.5
    6 reviews

    Won a stay here via twitter as a grand opening promotion. I am a local so I thought to myself, "this would be a nice staycation." It was that and more! We spent 2 weekend nights in a Garden View Room. Upon checking in, the gentleman at the front desk saw that we had a child with us and immediately ...

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  • 72
    Sky Hotel

    Sky Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    6 reviews

    Carl rocks! Check out this cute hotel on the westside!

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  • 73
    Sheraton Universal Hotel

    Sheraton Universal Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    6 reviews

    Great place to stay and nice location if you will be spending a few days touring Universal Studios or visiting the Studio City area. If you are planning to visit Universal Studios, they have a free shuttle that drops you off there. Skip the line at the entrance and just buy tickets from the Concierge in the lobby of the ...

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  • 74
    The Crescent

    The Crescent

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    This is a great boutique hotel located in the heart of Beverly Hills. i have to immediately say that it is my go-to choice for the future based on quality and especially service. The service level is excellent, personal and will just leave you smiling. The rooms are well appointed with every possible amenity and the art work, original and ...

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  • 75
    Shade Hotel

    Shade Hotel

    4.5
    4 reviews

    The folks at Shade Hotel know how to make anything fun. Situated a few blocks from the quaint piers and surfer-friendly sands of Los Angeles’ Manhattan Beach, the Shade’s retro-chic ambiance is tucked into a convergence of stylish boutique shops and café-laden corners. Straying from the footpath of the usual LA visitor, the Manhattan Beach district (splendid name) is well ...

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  • 76
    Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Old Pasadena

    Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Old Pasadena

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    I really like this hotel--it's very clean, the employees are friendly and, best of all there, there is a Starbucks located in the lobby. It is also in a nice location close to the freeways, downtown Pasadena, and most importantly Colorado street. The gym is a nice size: it's not just a closet with a treadmill. It's a decent size ...

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  • 77
    Beach House at Hermosa Beach

    Beach House at Hermosa Beach

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    My favorite hotel in the South Bay. The only beach front hotel in the area, and just a few steps from the Pier/Bike Rental/Shops/Restaurants/Bars. Every room is a suite with fireplace, sitting area, mini fridge. http://bit.ly/Qp6K92

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  • 78
    Palihotel Melrose Avenue

    Palihotel Melrose Avenue

    3.5
    7 reviews

    The atmosphere was non-existent. The front desk is part of the lounge/bar. It's a strange set up. Even worse you can hear every word everyone in their rooms is saying. Hipster Hell!

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  • 79
    Ramada Plaza Hotel-West Hollywood

    Ramada Plaza Hotel-West Hollywood

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    6 reviews

    Since it was my first time in this neck of the woods, location was a must when choosing a hotel. This place did the trick for my one night stay in WeHo. It was located only a few minutes away from the event I had to attend, plus it had stores and restaurants all within walking distance. I've never paid ...

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  • 80
    The Georgian Hotel

    The Georgian Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    An architectural landmark and the site of Clarke Gable and Carole Lombard's steamy affair in the 1930s.

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