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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. Full review →
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.