Whether you’re there on vacation or on business, your trip to Los Angeles will only be made better by staying in one of these hotels. If you have a wonderful room, good food, and killer views, the city’s infamous traffic can be a little bit more bearable. You’ll be taken care of in any of these.
1 Pico Blvd.
Whether you're in L.A. for business or pleasure, Shutters always feels like a vacation.
9400 W Olympic Blvd
Tucked in a modest residential section of the neighborhood, the 84-room hotel is a 15-minute walk to the shops and restaurants of legendary Rodeo Drive.
8401 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood glamazon smack on Sunset Strip with Cali cuisine and a hipster pool scene.
1111 2nd St
This intimate residential tower is set amidst quaint seaside apartment buildings and cottages just blocks from the sea cliffs above the Santa Monica Beach and Pier.
1200 Alta Loma Rd
‘Rock-and-roll retreat’ may sound like an oxymoron, but not at this quiet, secluded, tropical-garden hideaway.
8440 Sunset Boulevard
Though not the fanciest hotel in town, this one is certainly among the hippest.
100 Terranea Way
This rambling resort on the Palos Verdes Peninsula overlooking Catalina Island "feels more Mediterranean than Southern California".
1819 Ocean Avenue
With more than a decade as Viceroy’s flagship boutique luxury hotel, Viceroy Santa Monica is still a glam and inspiring stay.
225 N Canon Dr
Urban oasis with Spanish Colonial style, a cool rooftop pool and one of California’s best spas.
7000 Hollywood Boulevard
Where movie stars once frolicked during Hollywood's golden age, this landmark hotel is popular with a young, svelte crowd who lounges poolside on sunny days.
Casa del Mar 92
1910 Ocean Way
Unlike its sister property, Shutters on the Beach—which feels more like Cape Cod than SoCal—Casa del Mar’s opulent, Mediterranean design feels right at home on the Santa Monica shore.
701 Stone Canyon Rd.
What sets the Bel-Air apart is its sense of sanctuary.
8221 W Sunset Blvd
“Where new and old Hollywood meet”, this “chic”, “secluded” Sunset Strip “landmark” in a “beautiful” historic building surrounded by “lush foliage” delivers primo “star-watching.”.