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These days, the rock-star legacy carries on mostly in hotel lifestyle: free minibar snacks replenished daily, a personal everything-you-need Andaz Host, and the highest rooftop pool in L.A. Full review →
The glory days of the Riot Hyatt long gone, but nothing can take away location cachet. Still technically a Hyatt, but going under boutiquey Andaz label.
On the north side of the Sunset Strip, the ANdAZ is a youthful update of the former Hyatt West Hollywood, catering to hipsters, techies, and rock stars. Full review →
Guest rooms are pretty minimalist in decor, but comfortable; half have views of the Strip (with blackout shades to deal with the flashing lights at night). Full review →
Massive in size and raucous in reputation, this former Hyatt offers a sizzling hotel experience to touring rock bands, celebrities and tourists alike. Full review →
West Hollywood glamazon smack on Sunset Strip with Cali cuisine and a hipster pool scene. Full review →
The famed Hollywood Hyatt House (aka Riot House) has been reopened as an Andaz, Hyatt’s mod urban brand. Full review →
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. Full review →
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. Full review →
Known as the “Riot House” in the 1960’s and 70’s, this hotel was a notorious party spot for touring rock bands like Led Zeppelin, the Who, and the Rolling Stones. Full review →
The former "Riot Hyatt" – "legendary" for all the musicians who "trashed the rooms" here – this "modern", "swanky" Sunset Strip star with a "killer rooftop pool".
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