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The sprawling five-story hotel, an L.A. landmark with a good location, is under new ownership and management and thus has a new contemporary look. Full review →
This hotel opened in 1962 next door to the unrelated Sportsmen's Lodge Restaurant on a pair of manmade lakes stocked with trout and graced with ducks and swans. Full review →
A chic L.A. abode offering a hefty dose of Old Hollywood glamour, with a roster of celebrity guests. Full review →
Spacious rooms have orange and lime-green disco sheets, wall-mounted flat-screen TVs and two-tone walls. There's a sexy pool area, too. Full review →
The upper-middle-range Sportsmen's Lodge and Hotel drips with style and design features that combine old and new Hollywood, with 190 sleek rooms loaded with colorful details. Full review →
Adjacent to a man-made trout lake where old Hollywood celebrities like Clark Gable used to fish, this five-story, country-style hotel was built in 1962. Full review →
This midcentury bit of Americana, famous for a well-stocked trout pond (and fishing gear available at the front desk) has gone through a multimillion-dollar renovation.
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