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Santa Monica
23 reviews
Whether you're in L.A. for business or pleasure, Shutters always feels like a vacation. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Westside
24 reviews
Closed for refurbishment til mid 2011. — Not For Tourists
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Beverly Hills
19 reviews
In the heart of Beverly Hills shopping, this Spanish colonial hotel with "impeccable design and style" is an homage to Southern California estates of the 1920s and ’30s. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Beverly Hills
21 reviews
The hotel has 185 guest rooms—many with fireplaces and views of Beverly Hills—as well as 23 garden bungalows with extra amenities like outdoor lounges and plunge pools. — Travel + Leisure
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Hollywood
21 reviews
The nightlife scene has cooled; while Teddy's is still filled with young Hollywood starlets, the Tropicana has quieted into a romantic, relaxed place for drinks. — Concierge
9
Beverly Hills
21 reviews
From the moment a white-gloved valet opens the doors, the entire experience unfolds like an ode to the kind of living only royalty should have...but every guest is treated like royalty. — Afar Magazine
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Santa Monica
18 reviews
An opulent beach club for well-to-do Angelenos in the 1920s, Casa del Mar was neglected after use as a military hotel in World War ll. — Michelin Guide
9
22 reviews
Overflowing with Hollywood history and patina, this hotel is filled with style and grace, something this town is in short supply of. — Star Service
8
15 reviews
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
8
Santa Monica
18 reviews
A "hip bar scene" surrounding the "awesome pool" highlights this 1969 hotel "stunningly" redesigned by Kelly Wearstler into a "trendy" boutique. — Zagat
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West Hollywood
16 reviews
All 200 rooms are generous suites, featuring subtle sage and tan palettes, Italian linens and luxurious white bathrooms. — Time Out
8
West Hollywood
20 reviews
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
8
Central L.A
18 reviews
Sexy, Philippe Starck–designed sleep in the heart of L.A. with a destination restaurant. — Jetsetter
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Downtown
15 reviews
First lady of Downtown hotels, testament to LA's architectural heritage. — Not For Tourists
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Downtown
20 reviews
One of L.A.'s best moderately priced hotels, and a top pick for affordable Downtown lodging. — Frommer's
8
Downtown
16 reviews
In addition to 123 guestrooms, 14 suites, and an opulent 8,000-square-foot spa, the hotel offers one of DTLA’s only rooftop pools, as well as WP24, a fine-dining Asian restaurant. — Departures
8
West Hollywood
16 reviews
Rooms facing the front have Hollywood and Sunset Boulevard views, while the preferred units in back have pool views and city views. — Star Service
8
Beverly Hills
18 reviews
This iconic Beverly Hills hotel is a top luxury pick for business or leisure, families or romance. — Oyster
8
Downtown
16 reviews
Like downtown neighbor Wilshire Grand, this towering hotel offers many perks for the price: pool, shops, large fitness center -- only with better views. — Oyster
8
Central L.A
18 reviews
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
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