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14 expert recommendations
Rooms may have a little wear and tear, but still a party. Streamlined and modern, with clean colorful lines, baroque flourishes.
It's no longer the center of the universe, but it's still a super-sexy spot that attracts, well, the super-sexy.
The rooms seem an afterthought at New York hotelier Ian Schrager’s celebrity outpost. The Cuban-Asian eatery, pool deck, and hip Sky Bar provide stylish hobnobbing territory.
A city club attitude pervades at the spendy Mondrian. Full review →
Theatrical, sophisticated—this is the kind of place superhotelier Ian Schrager has created from a once-drab apartment building. Full review →
Though not the fanciest hotel in town, this one is certainly among the hippest. Full review →
Sunset Boulevard starlet with the always hot Skybar, a celeb-chef restaurant and a new poolside lounge. Full review →
Like Ron Burgundy, this elegant tower is staying classy. Full review →
This ornately designed Sunset Strip hotel, already an icon less than a decade and a half after opening, has an exclusive poolside lounge and more scene than even the Sunset Marquis. Full review →
Rooms facing the front have Hollywood and Sunset Boulevard views, while the preferred units in back have pool views and city views. Full review →
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. Full review →
It still carries a certain amount of star quality, despite several recent changes, not least a redesign by Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz. Full review →
This fashionable property from the Morgans Hotel Group has endured on West Hollywood’s Sunset Strip since 1996. Full review →
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.
4.5 Star Hotel mondrianhotel.com