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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 ... read more
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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  • 21
    Culver Hotel

    Culver Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    13 reviews

    We love the historic hip vibe of the Culver hotel. Great lounge for breakfast, lunch, wonderful happy hour ($5 glasses of wine and excellent fish tacos.) Downtown Culver CIty is wonderful to walk around. Farmer's market across the hotel every Tuesday from 3 to 6 pm. This is 5 minutes from our rental!

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    Hotel Bel-Air

    Hotel Bel-Air

    4.5
    11 reviews

    Ready to spend? This is just lovely, secluded, high class yet casual LA at its best. Breakfast, afternoon coffee, lunch, dinner, everything is great. Bring your wallet.

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  • 23
    The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites

    The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    17 reviews

    I've been to this hotel several times for various events but have never stayed here. As a venue space, I highly recommend it as the service is great! It's location is good as it's in a less sketchy part of downtown and there's several dining options close by.

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  • 24
    Casa del Mar

    Casa del Mar

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    10 reviews

    Gorgeous place for a drink over the ocean in the lounge of this 5 star hotel. Service in the lounge is so-so, food in the lounge is so-so and over-priced, but you sit in that lounge with a drink at sunset (arrive early) overlooking the Santa Monica pier and the beach and life is just perfect.

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  • 25
    Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

    Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    8 reviews

    Holy wow.... I really don't even know where to start... I'm one of those people that normally picks cheap hotels, or a friends couch, since I'll just normally be sleeping there, so this was a little out of my element. We went the straight from the airport after traveling for 12 hours, so I felt ungodly out of place in ...

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  • 26
    Hotel Palomar Los Angeles - Westwood - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Palomar Los Angeles - Westwood - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    7 reviews

    Great location, fantastic service and evening wine hour. Pool is just OK and Wilshire side of the building can be noisy but other than that I can definitely say I enjoyed my stay there and would recommend it as a quaint, artistic metro hotel with a great restaurant!

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  • 27
    Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel

    Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    11 reviews

    Come and stay with me at Secret Garden Santa Monica and then join the gym for a month membership at Lowe's Beach Hotel. ($175) Club Facilities: All these may not apply for one month membership, but many do! Full-service workout facility, including Expresso interactive training bikes / TechnoGym equipment / Cybex strength training/ Precor weight-plate machine /Free-weights / fitness accessories ...

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    The Huntley Hotel

    The Huntley Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    10 reviews

    Definitely one of my favorite places to stay in Santa Monica, great breakfast view from the rooftop restaurant!

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  • 29
    Hotel Angeleno

    Hotel Angeleno

    Hotel Class:
    4
    9 reviews

    Just off the I-405 Fwy in West LA, this mod renovated circular high-rise hotel is a good base camp if you have a car. It's nearby the Getty Center, and not too far of a drive from the beaches at Santa Monica. The rooms are in tip-top shape and noise wasn't a problem, although rates can be sky-high, especially on ...

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  • 30
    JW Marriott Hotel Los Angeles L.A. LIVE

    JW Marriott Hotel Los Angeles L.A. LIVE

    Hotel Class:
    4
    10 reviews

    Really nice hotel. Had a great view from my room of the staples center and Nokia theater. Gorgeous at night.

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  • 31
    Intercontinental Los Angeles Century City

    Intercontinental Los Angeles Century City

    Hotel Class:
    4
    8 reviews

    I used my priority points to stay here for a couple of nights. It's a nice place with an OK location, just make sure you have a car nothing is within walking distance.

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  • 32
    The Westin Los Angeles Airport

    The Westin Los Angeles Airport

    Hotel Class:
    3.5
    13 reviews

    Stayed here several times when needing to overnight near LAX. Rooms are clean, though somehow everytime I stay here, I manage to get a room so far from the elevator and have to lug my bags on what seems like a journey. And yes I do it myself because I'm capable and save on tipping someone else to do it. ...

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  • 33
    Figueroa Hotel

    Figueroa Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    10 reviews

    Hmm, this is a hard hotel to review, because as far as ambience is concerned, I give it a 5. This Moroccan inspired historic building is a step into another world with its decor and authentic furnishings. Service, on the other hand, leaves a lot to be desired. We stopped by for a meal, to which we found out there ...

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  • 34
    Hotel Shangri-La Santa Monica

    Hotel Shangri-La Santa Monica

    Hotel Class:
    4
    12 reviews

    Great hotel in a great location! We came here for a spontaneous weekend with the kids and wanted a place in a walking distance from all the main attractions in the area. The staff was super nice and very helpful, they upgraded our room just so we'll have extra room for the kids and we got a room with a ...

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  • 35
    Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles

    Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles

    Hotel Class:
    4
    10 reviews

    If you are a lover of traditional hotels the Millennium Biltmore will keep you happy. The decor is dated in keeping with the architecture. The rooms are large and so comfortable. The service is exceptionale! I found it relaxing and the locale perfect if you need to be in downtown LA.

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  • 36
    Kyoto Grand Hotel and Gardens

    Kyoto Grand Hotel and Gardens

    Hotel Class:
    4
    9 reviews

    I absolutely enjoyed my stay at the Kyoto Grand! Gorgeous views from the room. There is a lot to do in the area such as exploring Little Tokyo and even at the hotel itself. The lobby is pristine and has a gorgeous lit-up bar. Also a nice garden outside, very zen, but of course! The staff was fantastic and helpful ...

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  • 37
    Luxe Hotel Sunset Boulevard

    Luxe Hotel Sunset Boulevard

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    8 reviews

    Luxe Hotel is a great, modern hotel in a pretty convenient location. The hotel has a minimalist and clean aesthetic of whites, soft grays and beiges. I stayed here for my wedding, along with other guests, and the stay was overall pleasant for everyone. The standard rooms are pretty spacious, and the suites are extremely spacious and comfortable. The suite ...

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  • 38
    Malibu Beach Inn

    Malibu Beach Inn

    4
    8 reviews

    I loved staying at the Malibu Beach Inn. The rooms are cozy and also technologically hooked-up. It's definitely worth getting an ocean view room. You can enjoy breakfast on your balcony while you watch the morning waves. The room service food was actually pretty good too! It's still about a 20 min drive to get to the heart of Santa ...

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  • 39
    The Ambrose Hotel

    The Ambrose Hotel

    4
    7 reviews

    A quieter boutique hotel within walking distance of Santa Monica, but not part of the built-up beach scene, the Ambrose has eco-friendly, Zen-minimalist rooms and plenty of extra bonuses that are convenient whether you're traveling for work or you're on vacation. Rates tend to be better-value than at the luxury and beachfront hotels, too.

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  • 40
    The Redbury

    The Redbury

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    8 reviews

    So adorable! Right in the heart of hollywood! It's like a little apartment w a kitchenette. The counter even has a stripper pole (although I'm sure it's meant for some structural support) record players! I love the restaurant below called Cleo's. Just a few minutes walk to the nightclubs or the W hotel

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