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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. Full review →
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.
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.
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. Full review →
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. Full review →
Famous recluses such as Greta Garbo holed up in this quirky French castle-style hotel, whose policy of discretion still ensures steady celebrity bookings.
Celebs like Johnny Depp appreciate this swanky hotel for its secluded cottages, bungalows, and understated suites and penthouses. Full review →
The funky luxury oasis revels in its lore-filled past, yet it's hipper and more exclusive than ever. Full review →
A Sunset Strip institution, this palace on the hill features beautiful views, ornate turrets, a hopping cocktail lobby and tiny wooden elevators. Full review →
Originally constructed in the ‘30s as an opulent apartment building (its design takes after the Gothic chateaus of the Loire Valley), the Chateau quickly morphed into a hotel. Full review →
Its French-flavored indulgence may look dated, but this faux castle has long lured A-listers with its five-star mystique and legendary discretion. Full review →
It doesn't get much more Hollywood than the Chateau Marmont hotel on Los Angeles' iconic Sunset Boulevard, a luxury retreat built in 1920 with plans from a Loire Valley castle. Full review →
Legendary, low-key, timeless. Full review →
As Hollywood's most notorious celebrity hideaway, the Chateau Marmont is the best spot for A-list sightings, especially in its two fantastic (yet reasonably priced) restaurants. Full review →
Iconic, Norman Revival hotel, which resembles a dark castle or Hollywood fortress and has hosted all manner of celebrities.
Overflowing with Hollywood history and patina, this hotel is filled with style and grace, something this town is in short supply of. Full review →
Inspired by a historical French chateau, this luxurious hideaway has a warren of secret entrances and exits, along with romantic bungalows and garden cottages. Full review →
One of the many beautiful things about this Hollywood Hills fixture is that it's barely changed over the decades. Full review →
Behind the Marmont’s lush, paparazzi-shielding hedges, discretion and privacy rule—a trait that has made it an infamous favorite of celebrities. Full review →
“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.”
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