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Oceana Beach Club Hotel

Santa Monica 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A fresh, bright, airy and comfortable alternative to the massive, and generally impersonal corporate hotels, the Oceana is across the street from the bluffs overlooking Santa Monica beach. — Gayot

"Gorgeous" rooms and suites (with Frette towels, Egyptian cotton linens and high-def TVs) in a "beautiful deco building" across from the beach in Santa Monica set this "lovely, intimate" find apart. — Zagat

Snuck in among the posh apartment buildings on the north end of Santa Monica's beachfront boulevard, the revamped Oceana looks and feels more like a home. — Concierge

Small, intimate, and beautiful, this Santa Monica hotel more than compensates for its lack of on-site features. — Oyster

This small Ocean Ave hotel lavishes its guests with attention and lots of little luxuries. — Lonely Planet

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Huntley Santa Monica Beach

Santa Monica 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This intimate residential tower is set amidst quaint seaside apartment buildings and cottages just blocks from the sea cliffs above the Santa Monica Beach and Pier. — Gayot

A design-conscious, thoroughly un-beachy 18-floor hotel in the center of a beachside community with an exceptional restaurant. — Oyster

Strikingly stylish lobby... the coup de grâce is the 18th-floor Penthouse restaurant, bar, and lounge. — Frommer's

"Modern" accommodations with "large" bathrooms and "beautiful" linens stand out at this "trendy" Santa Monica find with "spectacular" bay views from the "cool" penthouse restaurant. — Zagat

A school of 300 ceramic fish crossing a lobby wall sets the tone at this stylish property. — Fodor's

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JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE

Downtown 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One could easily spend their entire visit without venturing beyond L.A. LIVE and have an action-packed getaway. — Time Out

Packed with technologies and amenities that make it an attractive option for both business and pleasure travelers. — Forbes Travel Guide

This sleek, contemporary high-rise hotel rises like an exclamation point on downtown LA's skyline, occupying a prime position for sports fans and after-dark entertainment. — The Telegraph

Set in a shimmering blue-glass tower, the 878-room convention center-adjacent hotel anchors the L.A. Live entertainment complex. — Fodor's

In an "exceptional" location "in the heart of Downtown", this "fun" yet "upscale" "delight" boasts "excellent" workout facilities. — Zagat

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from $199

Hotel Shangri-La Santa Monica

Santa Monica 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Stylish enough to be alluring but not too stuck up or intimidating. — Lonely Planet

Thankfully the streamline moderne exterior has been preserved; inside, the rooms have been upgraded with hardwood floors. — Time Out

Designed and constructed in the Art Deco style of the late 1930s, this Santa Monica landmark sits proudly on Ocean Avenue on a cliff just above the beach. — Gayot

Provides business and leisure travelers with a colorful amalgam that blends the booty-centric, after-dark shenanigans of the Viceroy with the more conservative daylight trappings of the Doubletree. — Star Service

By day, it’s a boisterous, sunshine-drenched hangout, while after dark, it’s a secluded hideout for overnight guests and lucky locals basking in ocean breezes and pricey cocktails. — Zagat

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from $324

The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites

Downtown 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Westin comprises five silolike towers, each keyed to a specific color, all in a 35-story clover-leaf pattern. — Star Service

If you've been Downtown you've seen these rounded black glass towers. More stores and restaurants than the Magic Kingdom. — BlackBook

Inside the futuristic lobby are fountains, an indoor lake, an indoor track, and 12 glass elevators. — Fodor's

The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites Review: You've seen the exterior and lobby of this hotel in many movies and TV shows in the past couple of decades. — Gayot

Modernist luxury hotel with five glass towers that resemble cocktail shakers, a six-storey atrium with a “lake”, and elegant cone-shaped rooms. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Erwin

Los Angeles 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An eccentric 119-room hotel for budget-conscious travelers that's an easy walk to Venice Beach and plays off the area's hippie-centric history. — Oyster

The hotel's spacious rooms are brightened with beachy colors and dutifully equipped with new Art Deco-style furnishings, high-definition TVs, and wet bars. — Frommer's

This stylish Joie de Vivre boutique hotel sits on the edge of the boardwalk, in the heart of zany Venice Beach, offering smallish rooms with a bigger view. — Zagat

This branch of the Best Western is a pleasant Venice Beach hotel, giving you easy access to interesting cafés and stores. — DK Eyewitness

Located within a block of the lively Venice boardwalk, the look of this hipster hotel is one of uncluttered, new-styled retro. — Travel + Leisure

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W Hollywood

Los Angeles 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located on Hollywood Boulevard, W Hollywood is in the center of the neighborhood's party scene, and its bars and rooftop pool are popular local nightspots. — Oyster

The 305 studios and suites are done up in a modern palette of whites and grays, but it's the Hollywood location that sets this hotel apart. — Concierge

Extravagant W near HWood tourist hubbub. Business types come for massive party atmo. Rooms typical W, stylish, small. — BlackBook

Just off the historic intersection of Hollywood and Vine and above a busy Metro station, the W Hollywood is ultra-modern and outfitted for the wired traveler. — Fodor's

The "It" hotel of 2011 is the W Hollywood, which opened in January 2010 at the corner of Hollywood and Vine and has been the darling of the dig-me crowd ever since. — Frommer's

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Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Avalon Hotel is a Beverly Hills boutique bolt-hole awash with retro '50s furniture...a vintage hourglass-shaped swimming pool, and a decidedly cool poolside restaurant and cocktail bar. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Midcentury Modern glamazon with chic SoCal sensibility courtesy of Kelly Wearstler and a celeb-studded pool scene. — Jetsetter

Hidden down a tree-lined street, this hotel’s three separate buildings are all decorated in quirky, Nixon-era style. — Travel + Leisure

Tucked in a modest residential section of the neighborhood, the 84-room hotel is a 15-minute walk to the shops and restaurants of legendary Rodeo Drive. — Oyster

Slamming pool scene goes off after work for Beverly Hills happy hours working on getting happier. — BlackBook

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from $239

Viceroy L'Ermitage Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Minutes from Rodeo Drive, this sleek, Asian-inspired hotel is a favorite with visiting fashionistas. — Travel + Leisure

A favorite of fashion designers during awards season, L'Ermitage is tucked discreetly away at the edge of downtown Beverly Hills. — Concierge

Scandi-Asian hideaway with a serene spa, rooftop pool, East-meets-West restaurant and industry insider bar scene. — Jetsetter

It's hard to resist this understated Raffles outpost in Beverly Hills. — Lonely Planet

Hidden away in a quiet residential section of Beverly Hills, this 119-room hotel pampers guests with extraordinary service. — Oyster

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from $424

The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles

Downtown 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Set on floors 22-26, with just 123 rooms, guests can count on unbelievably panoramic vistas, as well as superlative service and upscale dining. — Star Service

The hotel is the epitome of luxury, with sleek furnishings, professional service, and lush amenities. — Frommer's

Offering peace, pampering and privacy in ultra-chic surroundings. — Forbes Travel Guide

Within steps of L.A.'s vast convention center, the Ritz has its own small lobby and rooftop pool separate from the JW Marriott, also in the same shiny skyscraper. — Fodor's

All of the contemporary, high-tech quarters feature marble bathrooms with rain showers and separate soaking tubs, stylish furnishings and sweeping views of the city. — Zagat

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from $459

The Redbury Hollywood

Los Angeles 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Redbury at Hollywood and Vine is a chic, 57-room boutique with eclectic and homey apartment-style rooms. — Oyster

In the heart of Hollywood's nightlife, near the intersection of Hollywood and Vine, the Redbury's dark hues and suites... are designed to appeal to everyone's inner Bohemian. — Fodor's

With the smallest "flat" starting at 750 sq. ft., the room is more luxurious than most affordable New York apartments. — Frommer's

Each of the generously sized 57 rooms comes with its own washer/dryer and kitchen, and an eclectic boho-chic decor that's part Old Hollywood, part Parisian flea market. — Concierge

With all the luxe touches of this hip hotel, The Redbury Signature Flat is your window to experience Hollywood the way you've always wanted. Take advantage of the Redbury's new, relaxed... — Jetsetter

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Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles

Downtown 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Housed in the former United Artists building, the hotel pays homage to LA's essence—a seamless harmony of California minimalism and downtown LA's signature art deco style. — Time Out

Downtown LA’s hip kid clubhouse with a landmark theater, rooftop pool bar and celeb-fave restaurant. — Jetsetter

Located six blocks south of LA Live, Staples Center and the funky and fashionable Figueroa Hotel, this is perhaps the tiny independent Ace chain's best offering to date — Star Service

The hyper-trendy Ace Hotel chain comes to DTLA, taking over the ornate 1927 United Artists Building, with its lobby built to emulate the grand movie palaces of the day. — Zagat

Music is the theme here, and many of the industrial-chic, dimly-lit rooms come a curated selection of vinyl records. — Oyster

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from $215

Mr. C Beverly Hills

Los Angeles 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel seems like a dream transformed into reality. — Afar Magazine

As one of the newer luxury hotels in Los Angeles, Mr. C Beverly Hills belongs to none other than the famed Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani. — Forbes Travel Guide

This long-standing tower hotel has been re-designed by the Cipprioni brothers, who have been so involved in their passion project, they've designed everything down to the furniture in the rooms. — Lonely Planet

After four fabulous years in business, this hotel’s career now eclipses many of the shooting stars that have passed though Mr. C's doors since its inception. — Star Service

Though the name claims Beverly Hills, the 138-room Mr. C (of the Cipriani brand) is really located in West L.A. — Oyster

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from $305

The Standard Downtown

Downtown 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Famous for its rooftop lounge. — Not For Tourists

The Standard is a minimalist-modern boutique hotel with a svelte rooftop bar and swimming pool. — The Telegraph

A new era of revitalization for downtown L.A. took off running with the opening of the downtown Standard hotel. — Gayot

Downtown LA’s original party palace with a retro-style diner, killer pool scene and high-design rooms. — Jetsetter

Built in 1955 as Standard Oil's company's headquarters, the building was completely revamped under the sharp eye of owner André Balazs, giving it a sleeky, cutting-edge feel. — Fodor's

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Omni Los Angeles at California Plaza

Downtown 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Fancy, Bunker Hill hotel with plush rooms with internet access, swimming pool and weight room. Adjacent to MOCA and the Music Center. — Rough Guide

This 17-story tower at the top of Bunker Hill is the best for culture buffs: It's adjacent to the Museum of Contemporary Art and within walking distance of the L.A. Music Center. — Frommer's

Omni is all buttoned-up business during the week but its lower weekend rates make it an attractive choice for families and culture vultures. — Lonely Planet

It is a world away from the spotlights, glittering galas and red carpets that drive the exciting new LA Live complex. — Star Service

Located close to Downtown's growing cultural district, the Omni offers theater and concert packages for those wanting to come here and catch a show or attend a party. — Time Out

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from $242

The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey

Los Angeles 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With a waterfront location on a harbor, not the beach, there's little reason to stay here unless you're boating or have a business meeting at the hotel. — Oyster

You can generally get really great deals on rooms, despite all the luxe amenities (pool, gym, spa, et al). — goop

Located about five miles from Los Angeles International Airport, The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey feels worlds away. — Forbes Travel Guide

Set on the waterfront of a small-craft marina, the Ritz-Carlton is one of the more traditional hotel spaces in Los Angeles. — Travel + Leisure

Cali-luxe waterfront digs with yachters and businessmen in mind. — Jetsetter

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from $309

Mosaic Hotel Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Mosaic Hotel Beverly Hills is a luxury destination for the traveler who desires to be close to the action of Beverly Hills but still remain out of sight — Forbes Travel Guide

Stylish, comfortable, and decked out with the latest electronics, the Mosaic is on a quiet side street that's central to Beverly Hills's business district. — Fodor's

Situated on a quiet street, this boutique property offers a palm-shaded swimming pool and a cozy restaurant. — Michelin Guide

Seven blocks west of Rodeo Drive, this reinvented boutique-hotel has been revamped with colorful and flirtatious designer digs and clever contemporary common areas fit for a girls' weekend. — Star Service

Just down the street from busy Wilshire Boulevard, the 49-room Mosaic is a refreshingly relaxed, low-key oasis in a neighborhood of trendy self-consciousness. — Concierge

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from $229

Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

Anaheim 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The "crème de la crème" of Disney resorts, this Craftsman-style lodge boasts an "awe-inspiring" great room with "soaring" ceilings and a fireplace. — Zagat

Disney's Grand Californian is the first hotel to be built inside a Disney park, and the American Craftsman hotel combines luxe amenities with family fun — and function. — Jetsetter

Built in early 20C Craftsman style, this hotel is reminiscent of the great national-park lodges. — Michelin Guide

Service is friendly, but ebbs and flows like the tide. Nevertheless, effort is always on the table, and there's nothing the staff won't do to please. — Star Service

This luxury hotel redefines the Disneyland you know and love by providing top quality, even lavish accommodations for discerning theme park guests. — Gayot

The Ambrose

Santa Monica 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This sustainable boutique hotel beautifully blends Craftsman and Asian aesthetics and goes the extra mile when it comes to being green. — Lonely Planet

The Ambrose fuses twentieth-century Craftsman design with an Asian influence, steering away from the too cool and edgy feel of a lot of hip urban properties. — Gayot

"Luxurious" yet "eco-friendly", this Santa Monica boutique "in a quiet neighborhood" may not be on the beach, but admirers "love" its Asian accents and "oh-so-comfy" ambiance. — Zagat

The property features four floors, 77 guest rooms and is a short drive to the beach and Third Street Promenade shopping corridor. — Travel + Leisure

If being within walking distance of the ocean isn't crucial, but a soothing, peaceful environment is, I've found your hotel. — Frommer's

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from $259

Farmer's Daughter Hotel

Los Angeles 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 63-room Farmer's Daughter Hotel has a big personality, putting an urban spin on country decor in a location convenient to the Farmer's Market and CBS Studios. — Oyster

You won't find actual farmers here, but the famous Farmers Market is just a short walk from this cute, family-owned hotel. — Concierge

Conveniently located across from (naturally) the Farmers Market,this is a newly renovated boutique property with internet access, DVD players, flat-screen TVs and elements of Midwestern kitsch. — Rough Guide

The “price is right” at this motel opposite the Original Farmers Market and CBS, which explains show contestants taping at the TV studio. — DK Eyewitness

Solo travelers will fit comfortably into the single rooms, but the larger double rooms are best for two travelers. Rooms with glimpses of the Hollywood sign are popular. — Star Service

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from $210
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