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Hollywood history not only haunts the place, this is also your best bet to see present stars throwing a pose.
The nightlife scene has cooled; while Teddy's is still filled with young Hollywood starlets, the Tropicana has quieted into a romantic, relaxed place for drinks.
Relics of the past remain, like the original lobby with its Spanish fountain and richly decorated wood-beam ceiling. Full review →
A stone’s throw away from Hollywood and Highland is this famous Hollywood hotel.
Think hip bachelor pad when considering the Roosevelt. Full review →
The place to stay in Hollywood... Style, exclusivity, models-slash-actresses serving cocktails at the poolside bar, a raucous nightlife scene, and history. Full review →
Located... across from the Chinese Theater and just a block from the splashy Hollywood and Highland shopping complex, this 1927 building has undergone quite a renaissance. Full review →
This is inarguably a hotel for people who like to stay up late. Full review →
Legendary landmark hotel with lots of Art Deco trimmings, but its palm-shaded pool and sleek steakhouse make this a modern-day, happening scene. Full review →
A velvet rope playground since 1927, with a steakhouse, 24/7 burger joint, bumpin' pool party and a bowling alley. Full review →
It’s no longer the place to be for weekly poolside parties, but it still gets plenty of action. Full review →
Named in honor of Theodore Roosevelt, the 12-story hotel (1927) was a popular gathering spot for stars of the 1930s and 1940s. Full review →
Fetching landmark. Stumbling distance from the hottest clubs in the city. Full review →
A terrific casual restaurant is open 24 hours, and service is surprisingly good. Full review →
The first hotel built for the movie greats in 1927. The place reeks of atmosphere, with boutique rooms, cabanas and suites, plus a jacuzzi, fitness room and swimming pool.
This may look laidback and loungey compared to the newer, neon-flavored W Hotel, but this place is the area's leader for trendsetters. Full review →
Where movie stars once frolicked during Hollywood's golden age, this landmark hotel is popular with a young, svelte crowd who lounges poolside on sunny days. Full review →
After a 2003 restoration by designer Dodd Mitchell, this 1927 landmark, a beautiful example of Spanish colonial design, once more welcomed the A-listers who frequented it during Hollywood's heyday. Full review →
The 240 tower rooms are chic, contemporary spaces upholstered in chocolate and cream, while the 60 cabana rooms—ideal bachelor pads—are decked out in rich wood and an abundance of mirrors. Full review →
The birthplace of the Academy Awards and the playground of stars from Marilyn Monroe to Lindsay Lohan, this "cool", "historic" legend across from Grauman's Chinese Theater.
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