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Simple Sunset villa boasts Boa, and that alone makes it the chic place to be. Cool without trying too hard, while aristocrats think it a glorified Motel 6.
Standing next to the Mondrian, the Grafton has a more accessible and low-key ambience.
It's easy to tap into the Sunset Strip energy here, especially at the hotel's new Olive Kitchen + Bar restaurant and rock-n-roll–styled lounge, the Cutting Room. Full review →Ask for a room facing the interior courtyard, both to avoid noise from the Strip and to overlook the heated saline-pool area with its mosaic-tile waterfall and striped lounge chairs.
Throw a splash of exotic South Beach Miami onto the Sunset Strip and the result is unique hotel, complete with sweeping L.A. city views. Full review →
Stylish crash pad on the Sunset Strip, with a glam restaurant, bar and saltwater pool. Full review →
We like this charismatic boutique hotel for its feng shui aesthetic, enormous swimming pool, and rooms sporting such nifty touches as organic bath amenities. Full review →
This upscale hotel has a rock-and-roll edge. Full review →
Mid-level boutique hotel with attractive furnishings and CD and DVD players, iPod docks and flat-screen TVs, plus a pool and fitness centre.
Located on the trendiest section of the Sunset Strip, near the Comedy Store and House of Blues, this hotel doesn't hold the same social cache as the Standard or Mondrian, but its modest... Full review →
Playfully designed rooms are chic crash pads for nightlife-lovers. Full review →
Formerly a speakeasy and then a rather seedy hotel, the Grafton was given a huge makeover prior to its reopening in 2000. Full review →
"Close to everything", this "sooo stylish" Sunset Strip boutique has rooms decorated with a Hollywood twist.
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