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17 expert recommendations
Now, the hotel has brand-new modern interiors that quietly compliment the building’s great bones, and a low-key glamour that appeals to the discreetly rather than flamboyantly fashionable.
Panoramic city views, Art Deco details, and power-breakfast star sightings are par for the course at this hotel–a Hollywood institution. Full review →
It has a certain quiet elegance and dignified service that extends to everyone—even pets, who get their own beds, bowls, and treats. Full review →
Once the home of John Wayne and mobster Bugsy Siegel, The Sunset Tower is a striking 1929 Art Deco tower.
A clubby style infuses the 1929 art deco landmark once known as the Argyle. Full review →
Standing out like an Art Deco pearl among the surrounding architectural swine... What better way to spend a day in L.A. Full review →
This hotel has a past as varied and star-studded as the city it inhabits. Full review →
Landmark 1929 Art Deco hotel atop Sunset Boulevard with a chic celebrity watering hole and dazzling views. Full review →
Fully renovated, this classy boutique hotel with a historic pedigree spells romance in soothing rooms. Full review →
The elegant 15-story building was home to such stars as Errol Flynn, Jean Harlow, Clark Gable, Carole Landis, Paulette Goddard, John Wayne and Marilyn Monroe. Full review →
Classic Californian luxury awaits at the Sunset Tower Hotel, smack bang in the middle of West Hollywood. Once you’re ensconced in your suite or at your table at the infamous Tower Bar –... Full review →I miss walking, so it’s nice to have eateries and nightlife close by, and to avoid the crazy rush-hour traffic.
Beautiful Art Deco gem, with a more reasonable bill than its kin. Full review →
A rejuvenated Sunset Strip landmark with just 74 rooms, the Art Deco Sunset Tower draws A-list celebrities and treats everyday guests like stars with impeccable service. Full review →
This finely tuned traditionalist sits just above the modern Mondrian in the ranks, offering its guests a more refined and fastidious version of the high-octane Chateau Marmont. Full review →Request a north-facing room for a glimpse of the famed boulevard.
These days, the decor is a fine-tuned balance of old Hollywood charm and contemporary chic, and service is excellent. Full review →
Gorgeously revived in 2006 by hotelier Jeff Klein, this 1929 Art Deco landmark was once an apartment building to the stars. Full review →
A "slice of Old Hollywood right on the Sunset Strip" that's "still cool after all these years", this "art deco" converted apartment building boasts rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows.