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Shutters on the Beach

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

Bringing classic Cape Cod charm to the Pacific Coast, the best rooms... have a beach-cottage feel. — Lonely Planet

Maximizing its idyllic waterfront setting, the homey-yet-worldly Shutters provides some of Santa Monica's best Pacific views (but not from every room, so be sure to request one with an... — Departures

This sprawling beach-house-style inn looks like it was airlifted from Nantucket and dropped on the Santa Monica shore. — Travel + Leisure

Hobnob with the occasional celebrity at this seaside American beach house in Santa Monica. — The Telegraph

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

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Hotel Bel-Air

Los Angeles 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

Luxury is taken very seriously at this romantic retreat cherished for its tranquility and tropical gardens complete with white swans. — DK Eyewitness

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

One of LA’s iconic properties, this Bel Air hideaway favored by royalty... is a classy Spanish Colonial estate where white swans preen in romantic gardens. — Lonely Planet

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from $565

Casa del Mar

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

"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

A mod take on a California beach club, with prime oceanfront views and a top-notch seafood restaurant. — Jetsetter

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

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

A true jewel, this historic grand hotel is world-class yet refreshingly unpretentious. — Oyster

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from $555

The Hollywood Roosevelt

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

A stone’s throw away from Hollywood and Highland is this famous Hollywood hotel. — DK Eyewitness

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

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

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

Relics of the past remain, like the original lobby with its Spanish fountain and richly decorated wood-beam ceiling. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $288

Chateau Marmont

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

If you must get into trouble, do it at the Chateau Marmont. Site of John Belushi's last toga party, Jim Morrison's fall off the roof, and Led Zeppelin's flying TV sets. — BlackBook

André Balazs's fabled faux Loire castle on the Sunset Strip is the perfect Hollywood bolt-hole—intentionally shabby, discreet but not too much so. — Condé Nast Traveler

“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

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

Behind the Marmont’s lush, paparazzi-shielding hedges, discretion and privacy rule—a trait that has made it an infamous favorite of celebrities. — Travel + Leisure

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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 →

Luxury celebrity digs featuring ultra-chic rooms, suites and villas thick with graceful furnishings, along with pool, sun deck, cabanas, rooftop gardens and whirlpool. — Rough Guide

Details are what delight at this impeccable, opulent—but never stuffy—spot: Your initials...embroidered on pillows, robes, and towels; your very own personal assistant; afternoon tea service. — Departures

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

A tranquil oasis in the heart of Beverly Hills, this magnificent hotel delivers on every level. — The Telegraph

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Montage Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills 90 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

"When you want to feel special", this "gorgeous" "getaway" "is the place to go", thanks to "fabulous" restaurants and accommodations featuring free WiFi. — Zagat

Of course, the real attraction is Thomas Keller’s new restaurant, Bouchon. — Lonely Planet

Everyone seems able to find their comfort zone here: celebrities, conventioneers, individuals and even wedding parties. — Star Service

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

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from $545

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

Los Angeles 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A world-class hotel without being stuffy. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

Celeb-studded icon with an outstanding Italian restaurant on the edge of Beverly Hills. — Jetsetter

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

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Mondrian Los Angeles Hotel

Los Angeles 89 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

Sunset Boulevard starlet with the always hot Skybar, a celeb-chef restaurant and a new poolside lounge. — Jetsetter

Theatrical, sophisticated—this is the kind of place superhotelier Ian Schrager has created from a once-drab apartment building. — Frommer's

It still carries a certain amount of star quality, despite several recent changes, not least a redesign by Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz. — Time Out

This "chichi" West Hollywood star may not be "quite as hip as it used to be", but it's still "full of beautiful people" and remains "visually stunning", with "gorgeous" views of the city. — Zagat

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from $272

The Beverly Hills Hotel

Beverly Hills 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Staying here means dwelling in the utmost of luxury. — Lonely Planet

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

Despite its great age, the "Pink Palace" is more alluring than ever, with its coral-pink façade, signature banana-leaf wallpaper and twelve lush acres of tropical gardens. — Gayot

This iconic grande dame on Sunset Boulevard celebrated its centennial in 2012 and still feels more like a home than a hotel. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

Viceroy Santa Monica

Santa Monica 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With more than a decade as Viceroy’s flagship boutique luxury hotel, Viceroy Santa Monica is still a glam and inspiring stay. — Forbes Travel Guide

Still on L.A.'s coveted "in" list, is this überchic Santa Monica boutique hotel. — Frommer's

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

Ambient electronic music wallpapers public spaces, there’s a flashy bar scene, and it’s a block from the beach. — Lonely Planet

It's best known for its sexy bar and pool scenes, but the Viceroy boasts substance as well. — Oyster

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from $323

SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills

Los Angeles 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Friendly and efficient staff, a business center with high-speed Internet access, and meeting rooms with assets such as teleconferencing and video equipment are just some of the great perks. — DK Eyewitness

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

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

A wonderfully creative hotel full of fantastical ideas: chairs shaped like teacups and white bathrooms that glow like futuristic spaces. — The Telegraph

The ultra-modern (and ultra-pricey), SLS Beverly Hills is a design dream where visual (over) stimulation abounds and your eyes are blinded by so many white leather sofas. — Time Out

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from $415

Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles

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

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

First lady of Downtown hotels, testament to LA's architectural heritage. — Not For Tourists

Worth a visit even if you're not staying here... Guest rooms... are a little on the small side. — Frommer's

One of downtown L.A.'s true treasures, the gilded 1923 Beaux Arts masterpiece exudes ambience and history. — Fodor's

Facing Pershing Square, next to the Los Angeles Library and across from the more intimate, contemporary Hilton Checkers, this is an architectural tour de force that is worth visiting. — Star Service

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from $203

Sunset Tower Hotel

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

This finely tuned traditionalist sits just above the modern Mondrian in the ranks, offering its guests a more refined and fastidious version of the high-octane Chateau Marmont. — Star Service

Panoramic city views, Art Deco details, and power-breakfast star sightings are par for the course at this hotel–a Hollywood institution. — Condé Nast Traveler

The elegant 15-story building was home to such stars as Errol Flynn, Jean Harlow, Clark Gable, Carole Landis, Paulette Goddard, John Wayne and Marilyn Monroe. — Michelin Guide

Now, the hotel has brand-new modern interiors that quietly compliment the building’s great bones, and a low-key glamour that appeals to the discreetly rather than flamboyantly fashionable. — Concierge

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

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from $345

Andaz West Hollywood

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

Massive in size and raucous in reputation, this former Hyatt offers a sizzling hotel experience to touring rock bands, celebrities and tourists alike. — Gayot

The famed Hollywood Hyatt House (aka Riot House) has been reopened as an Andaz, Hyatt’s mod urban brand. — Lonely Planet

Don't let the sassy boutique feel fool you: This is a deluxe-leaning offering with service that steps a little higher than what you'll find at the more colorful Mondrian. — Star Service

It's the perfect perch from which to sip on grown-up cocktails and gaze at the next generation of rockers partying on the Strip. — Time Out

It's no longer as hip or famous as its West Hollywood neighbors (the Chateau, Sunset Tower, and Mondrian), and the service can be spotty. — Oyster

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from $294

Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows

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

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

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

A "special hotel for a special occasion", this "romantic" Santa Monica "grande dame" pairs "world-class" service with "upscale rooms" and "exquisite bungalows". — Zagat

It is a place of legend, beginning with the awesome Moreton Bay fig tree that is the centerpiece of the beautiful courtyard at the entrance. — Gayot

The hidden Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows is for people who prefer their luxury hotels low-key and unobtrusive, yet within walking distance of the area's best attractions. — Frommer's

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from $356

Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel

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

Superior to Le Meridien Delfina, the former Sheraton, this is the queen of the middle ranks, for both business and leisure travelers. — Star Service

L.A.'s finest family-friendly hotel is also a great choice for anybody looking for comfortable accommodations. — Frommer's

Its family-oriented, ocean-view pool and excellent gym make the 342-room Loews in Santa Monica a reasonable option for business travelers and families. — Oyster

You "can't beat the location" of this oceanfront retreat, whose pool overlooking the Pacific "steals the show" even though the property also boasts "fantastic" on-site dining. — Zagat

Walk to the ocean side of the soaring atrium here and you feel like you're on a cruise ship. — Fodor's

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from $360

The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, Los Angeles

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

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

Rooms at this Pasadena landmark displaying Pueblo Mission Revival architecture are decorated with rich woods and furnished with chaise longues. — Concierge

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 hotel's pleasant resort-in-the-city ambience is a welcome departure for Langham, though guests and owners are benefitting from the relationship. — Star Service

An azalea-filled Japanese garden and the unusual Picture Bridge... are just two of the picturesque attributes of this grande dame. — Fodor's

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from $263

Beverly Wilshire Beverly Hills (A Four Seasons Hotel)

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

At dinner, Hollywood's elite packs the hotel's coolly modern steak house, CUT, featuring steaks and sides by Wolfgang Puck and interiors by architect Richard Meier. — Fodor's

The ornate detailing on this Four Seasons-operated gem...recalls 19th-century French splendor, but recent additions such as a Richard Meier-designed restaurant add 21st-century sophistication. — Time Out

The rooms stay as hip as the clientele, with dark woods and moss-green accents. Make like a star and stroll just outside for a shopping spree at Chanel or Prada on Rodeo Drive. — Forbes Travel Guide

The lobby of this stately hotel, a landmark in Beverly Hills since 1928, is outfitted like a Regency/Directoire-era dream, with a trove of gorgeous antiques. — Gayot

This deluxe hotel is evolving with the times, hosting celebrities and exclusive powwows, entertaining well-heeled business travelers, tourists and even HerbaLife conventions. — Star Service

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from $495

Oceana Beach Club Hotel

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

Oceana Beach Club Hotel might be technically close Santa Monica’s vibrant dining and shopping district, but its residential location and timeless style make it a true beach hideaway. — Forbes Travel Guide

Just steps from the beach and the 3rd Street Promenade. All suites—and really very sweet on service and private beauty. — BlackBook

Generous-size suites, soundproofed windows, an open-air courtyard and pool, and ocean proximity add up to a delightful boutique hotel. — Fodor's

In fact, this remains the best small hotel in Santa Monica. — Star Service

Snuck in among the posh apartment buildings on the north end of Santa Monica’s beachfront boulevard, the revamped Oceana looks and feels more like a home. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $365
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