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Hotel Bel-Air

Los Angeles 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The nicest hotel in LA bar none – and the only business in Bel Air – in a lushly overgrown canyon. — Rough Guide

This elite and quietly decadent Mission-style '20s hotel, a dreamy getaway on 12 fairytale acres of lush landscaping, reopened in 2011 after a major two-year overhaul. — Time Out

Recently revamped Mission-style resort in Bel Air’s lush hills, with a Wolfgang Puck restaurant and La Prairie Spa. — Jetsetter

Long ranked among the world's finest hotels, these 12 acres of lush gardens and waterfalls resemble a private estate. — Michelin Guide

The lobby, in particular, is so chic, and the Wolfgang Puck restaurant is a great pick for an event. — goop

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from $565

Shutters on the Beach

Santa Monica 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The beachfront location and show-house decor make this one of SoCal's most popular luxury hotels. — Fodor's

A beachside-cottage feel undergirds this property set on the sands of Santa Monica Bay. Relax by the pool or have a massage at the spa. — Michelin Guide

At this on-the-beach retreat, travelers appreciate the respite from L.A.'s high octane atmosphere. — Gayot

Formerly a cool retreat for hot Hollywood stars and now a sister to Casa del Mar, Shutters has a relaxed but decidedly upscale style. — Time Out

For in-the-know locals (including major names whom the hotel prefers to keep hush-hush), Shutters is a frequent destination. — Forbes Travel Guide

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from $500

The Hollywood Roosevelt

Los Angeles 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 240 tower rooms are chic, contemporary spaces upholstered in chocolate and cream, while the 60 cabana rooms—ideal bachelor pads—are decked out in rich wood and an abundance of mirrors. — Travel + Leisure

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. — The Telegraph

Hollywood history not only haunts the place, this is also your best bet to see present stars throwing a pose. — BlackBook

It’s no longer the place to be for weekly poolside parties, but it still gets plenty of action. — Lonely Planet

The first hotel built for the movie greats in 1927. The place reeks of atmosphere, with boutique rooms, cabanas and suites, plus a jacuzzi, fitness room and swimming pool. — Rough Guide

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from $288

Casa del Mar

Santa Monica 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On the fourth floor is the Murad Spa—although massages can also be had in poolside cabanas—and the 75-seat, first-floor restaurant, Oceanfront, has spectacular sunset views. — Concierge

A luxurious hotel with sweeping views of the Pacific. — The Telegraph

A quick stroll from the Santa Monica Pier, or a peaceful retreat from its madness. — Not For Tourists

An imposing presence overlooking Santa Monica Beach, this 1926 beach club has been restored to its original grandeur. — DK Eyewitness

"Swanky but friendly", this "see-and-be-seen" beachfront landmark built in 1926 "blows your socks off" from the moment you enter thanks to a "fantastic" lobby lounge. — Zagat

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from $555

The Beverly Hills Hotel

Beverly Hills 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Steeped in Hollywood history, this iconic rose-hued hotel...overflows with elegance in each of its 208 guest rooms and suites, as well as its 21 historic bungalows. — Departures

One of L.A.’s most enduring icons is this stately, pale-pink Five-Star hotel on Sunset Boulevard. — Forbes Travel Guide

Its history is laced with star-spangled romance. — The Telegraph

It’s no longer the trendiest of LA’s luxury hotels, but its exalted place in Hollywood history remains. — DK Eyewitness

The classic Hollywood resort, with a bold colour scheme and Mission-style design, and surrounded by its own exotic gardens. — Rough Guide

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from $555

Chateau Marmont

Los Angeles 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Although it sits at the eastern end of the Sunset Strip, it's set so high up from the road and surrounded by such dense vegetation that it feels like a secret oasis. — Concierge

“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.”. — Zagat

From its secluded 1950s bungalows to its signature pool surrounded by lush gardens, the chateau is the kind of place where anyone can be somebody, and no secret will be spilled. — Afar Magazine

Famous recluses such as Greta Garbo holed up in this quirky French castle-style hotel, whose policy of discretion still ensures steady celebrity bookings. — DK Eyewitness

Among the hippest stays in town, especially if you can score one of the coveted poolside bungalows, which come complete with private entrances, full kitchens, and large living rooms. — Departures

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from $450

The Peninsula Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

While the Five-Star Peninsula Beverly Hills is known for its old-school attention to service, it also delivers of-the-moment details. — Forbes Travel Guide

Tucked away amid quiet gardens just west of Beverly Hills' main drag, this hotel has the impeccable and invisible service you'd expect from a Peninsula outpost. — Concierge

One of the best hotels -- if not the best hotel -- in the entire L.A. area, the Peninsula bills itself, accurately, as an "exclusive oasis". — Oyster

This sophisticated residential-style hotel offers elegantly appointed rooms, plus private villas, set amid tropical gardens in the heart of Beverly Hills. — Andrew Harper

One of L.A.'s three finest hotels... Has risen above the rest by making ultraservice its hallmark. — Frommer's

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from $595

Viceroy Santa Monica

Santa Monica 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A "hip bar scene" surrounding the "awesome pool" highlights this 1969 hotel "stunningly" redesigned by Kelly Wearstler into a "trendy" boutique. — Zagat

China plates and an oversized cameo adorn the walls of the lobby, filled with white-leather lounges and wooden floors. — Gayot

This 162-room hotel was so hot when it opened in 2002 that it immediately became the Viceroy Group's flagship hotel. — Concierge

Though the exterior—a white boxy slab—doesn’t invite a second glance, the interiors here marry retro-chic with pure whimsy. — Travel + Leisure

Psychedelic Polo-style, handsome lobby bar always abuzz. Rooms similar style, small but fresh, with beach views and balconies. Sexy pool scene. Young staff friendly and hip. — BlackBook

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from $323

Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles

Downtown 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Built in 1923, the Biltmore retains the Italian-Spanish renaissance elegance that once enticed such dignitaries as Winston Churchill and JFK. — Time Out

This octogenarian grande dame has never looked more beautiful—although, like many L.A. ladies, she’s had some work done. — Travel + Leisure

Home of the first (1927) Oscars ceremony and once a magnet for presidents, kings and celebs, the Italian Renaissance-style Biltmore has maintained its prestige through the decades. — Michelin Guide

Neoclassical 1923 architecture combined with modern luxury, with a health club modelled on a Roman bathhouse, cherub-and-angel decor, and a view overlooking Pershing Square. — Rough Guide

Downtown heart, Grand façade and Mediterranean soul. Popular since '23 with the Hollywood crowd and tabloid murder buffs (look up Black Dahlia connection). — BlackBook

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from $203

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

Los Angeles 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This intimate-feeling 16-story hotel... attracts a mix of A-list jet-setters loyal to the Four Seasons brand and an L.A. showbiz crowd. — Frommer's

Situated in a quiet residential area on Doheny Drive, the 285-room Four Seasons hotel is known for its relaxed California-style setting, picturesque pool, and contemporary Italian restaurant, Culina. — Departures

Sitting on tree-lined Doheny Drive, Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is more than just another place to check in. — Forbes Travel Guide

This mid-sized upscale hotel is the definition of five-pearl. — Oyster

Extravagant suites, buzzing lobby scene and $12 room service beers. Rent private poolside cabanas for outdoor spa services and chow up at the three swank dining venues. — BlackBook

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from $495

Sunset Tower Hotel

Los Angeles 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A clubby style infuses the 1929 art deco landmark once known as the Argyle. — Fodor's

A "slice of Old Hollywood right on the Sunset Strip" that's "still cool after all these years", this "art deco" converted apartment building boasts rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows. — Zagat

These days, the decor is a fine-tuned balance of old Hollywood charm and contemporary chic, and service is excellent. — Time Out

It has a certain quiet elegance and dignified service that extends to everyone—even pets, who get their own beds, bowls, and treats. — Departures

Classic Californian luxury awaits at the Sunset Tower Hotel, smack bang in the middle of West Hollywood. Once you’re ensconced in your suite or at your table at the infamous Tower Bar –... — Mr & Mrs Smith

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from $345

Mondrian Los Angeles Hotel

Los Angeles 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

For a quintessential Hollywood experience, look no further than the Mondrian's over-the-top pool scene by day or the action at Skybar after dark. — The Telegraph

This ornately designed Sunset Strip hotel, already an icon less than a decade and a half after opening, has an exclusive poolside lounge and more scene than even the Sunset Marquis. — Oyster

Like Ron Burgundy, this elegant tower is staying classy. — Lonely Planet

Though not the fanciest hotel in town, this one is certainly among the hippest. — Gayot

Rooms may have a little wear and tear, but still a party. Streamlined and modern, with clean colorful lines, baroque flourishes. — BlackBook

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from $272

Montage Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If it's an old-school kind of place you're after, perfect for traditional afternoon tea, you've come to the right spot. — Concierge

The rooms don't quite have the wow factor of the public areas, but they're luxurious, with plush furnishings and marble and mosaic-tiled bathrooms. — Time Out

Urban oasis with Spanish Colonial style, a cool rooftop pool and one of California’s best spas. — Jetsetter

On a prime swath of Los Angeles real estate, this Spanish-style 201-room hotel mixes old-Hollywood touches with modern glam. — Travel + Leisure

Sister property of the famed Montage Laguna Beach, this elegant hotel welcomes guests with a contemporary take on classic Spanish Colonial architecture. — Gayot

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from $545

Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows

Santa Monica 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Pool, spa and glorious seclusion in rooms from two towers or private bungalows—some with ocean-hanging balconies. — BlackBook

The Fairmont Miramar hotel in Santa Monica is rich with history—it’s actually located on the very plot of land that the town’s founder John P. Jones settled on with his family. — Condé Nast Traveler

Swanky hotel that’s a fixture near the north end of the Promenade, with designer-furnished suites and tropical-flavoured bungalows. — Rough Guide

Low-rise and extremely luxurious, residential-style bungalows built between 1920 and 1946 are outfitted like minimansions, complete with butler service. — Fodor's

Since Michael Dell acquired the property in 2006, the Fairmont has transformed into the one of the buzziest hotels in Santa Monica. — Departures

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from $356

SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills

Los Angeles 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This "classy" yet "cheeky" Philippe Starck–designed Beverly Grove "boutique" feels "like another world" (or at least "Las Vegas") thanks to "gorgeous" rooms. — Zagat

Combine Philippe Starck’s exuberant interiors with the genius for tapas of chef José Andrés and the retail vision of design curator Murray Moss, and you have a hotel unlike any other. — Travel + Leisure

A whimsical tapestry of living art... The whole place is visually compelling. — Frommer's

Open since 2008, SLS Hotel Beverly Hills, A Luxury Collection Hotel remains the place to see and be seen. — Forbes Travel Guide

Mega luxury in the form of pools, fitness suites, all-access concierge, and 24-hour browsing of Moss merchandise set up throughout the restaurant, lobby, and lounges. — BlackBook

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from $415

The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, Los Angeles

Los Angeles 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Ideally located at the base of the San Gabriel mountains and convenient to downtown Los Angeles and the Valley, this historic 1907 property was restored to its turn-of-the-century grandeur in 1991. — Gayot

Situated on 23 acres, the expansive hotel is made up of 380 guest rooms...38 suites, eight private cottages and a two-bedroom, two-story Tournament of Roses suite. — Forbes Travel Guide

Truly grand hotel (almost 400 rooms, suites and cottages on 23 acres) long been the very epitome of swank. — BlackBook

This incredible 23-acre, palm-dappled, beaux-arts country estate – complete with rambling gardens, giant swimming pool and covered picture bridge – has still got it. — Lonely Planet

The Langham Huntington is a luxury hotel with an elegant Old World atmosphere and 23 acres of lush, landscaped gardens. — Oyster

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from $263

Terranea Resort

Los Angeles 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This rambling resort on the Palos Verdes Peninsula overlooking Catalina Island "feels more Mediterranean than Southern California". — Condé Nast Traveler

Sprawls across 102 acres of the South Bay coastline... Prime territory for snorkeling, kayaking, and other aquatic activities, not to mention the gorgeous nine-hole golf course on-property. — Frommer's

Terranea creates an idyllic California coast vacation with its ocean views and plenty of activities that allow for enjoying California's balmy weather. — Gayot

In 2009, a developer turned the former site of the Marineland theme park in Palos Verdes into a Mediterranean-style seaside resort with a 50,000-square-foot spa. — Travel + Leisure

L.A.'s only full-service oceanfront resort straddles 102 terraced acres at land's end on the scenic Palos Verdes Peninsula. — Fodor's

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from $435

JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE

Downtown 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This sleek, contemporary high-rise hotel rises like an exclamation point on downtown LA's skyline, occupying a prime position for sports fans and after-dark entertainment. — The Telegraph

Attached to the L.A. Live sports and entertainment complex, the JW Marriott Hotel is located in the heart of downtown just minutes from the Staples Center. — Travel + Leisure

This expansive hotel offers 805 rooms and 73 suites on 21 floors, including four concierge levels, all situated within the L.A. — Gayot

One could easily spend their entire visit without venturing beyond L.A. LIVE and have an action-packed getaway. — Time Out

Set in a shimmering blue-glass tower, the 878-room convention center-adjacent hotel anchors the L.A. Live entertainment complex. — Fodor's

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from $199

The London West Hollywood

Los Angeles 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Combines English charm with California sensibility... The spacious suites are well designed with sleek furniture. — Frommer's

Plant-lined arches line the outside of this British-themed hotel, which is located just south of the Sunset Strip. — Travel + Leisure

Welcome to the good life. Sunset Strip stunner, the London of West Hollywood leaves tongues wagging and eyes squinting from its serious bling. — BlackBook

Just off the Sunset Strip, the London offers the highest levels of luxury and service at reasonable prices. — Oyster

A sleek, grand and relatively new all-suite property on the doorstep of the Sunset Strip is favored by the young, hip and upwardly optimistic. — Lonely Planet

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from $349

Huntley Santa Monica Beach

Santa Monica 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The reincarnated Huntley is one of those rare Southern California hotels that provide both eye candy and genuine savoir faire. — Condé Nast Traveler

"Modern" accommodations with "large" bathrooms and "beautiful" linens stand out at this "trendy" Santa Monica find with "spectacular" bay views from the "cool" penthouse restaurant. — Zagat

Santa Monica’s newest and most stylish boutique nest offers olive-green rooms with chocolate-wood furnishings, lush linens and designer suites with mid-century style seating. — Lonely Planet

The genius of designer Thomas Schoos, who headed an $18 million renovation in 2005, brought this hotel into the realm of the uniquely hip. — Jetsetter

A school of 300 ceramic fish crossing a lobby wall sets the tone at this stylish property. — Fodor's

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from $288
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