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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 →

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

Built in early 2010, this 878-room hotel offers a beautiful pool, great views from the rooftop bar, tons of meeting space, and plenty of restaurants. — Oyster

This expansive hotel offers 805 rooms and 73 suites on 21 floors, including four concierge levels, all situated within the L.A. — Gayot

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

This 878-room behemoth flanks the massive LA Live entertainment complex. — Lonely Planet

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The London West Hollywood

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

Swanky lounge atop the Bel Age hotel with views and live jazz shows. — Not For Tourists

Located at the quieter end of the Strip, across Sunset from the notorious Whisky a Go-Go, this hotel is one of the top tents in West Hollywood, a salacious celebrity in its own right — Star Service

All 200 rooms are generous suites, featuring subtle sage and tan palettes, Italian linens and luxurious white bathrooms. — Time Out

A sleek, grand and relatively new all-suite property on the doorstep of the Sunset Strip is favored by the young, hip and upwardly optimistic. — Lonely Planet

The kitchen supplies all the food for the hotel (including room service), so a stay here guarantees an exemplary culinary experience under the guidance of the rigorous chef extraordinaire. — Gayot

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from $349

Huntley Santa Monica Beach

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

The genius of designer Thomas Schoos, who headed an $18 million renovation in 2005, brought this hotel into the realm of the uniquely hip. — Jetsetter

There's something of the W chain about this operation, located in the building that previously housed a branch of the unremarkable Radisson chain. — Time Out

Santa Monica’s newest and most stylish boutique nest offers olive-green rooms with chocolate-wood furnishings, lush linens and designer suites with mid-century style seating. — Lonely Planet

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

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

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from $288

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

In breezy Santa Monica, this restored Art Deco landmark is more luxurious than ever — The Telegraph

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

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

An art deco icon, built in 1939 for the silver screen stars of Hollywood’s Golden Age, the Hotel Shangri-La is a beachfront beauty made for decadence. — Afar Magazine

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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

Seemingly a "city unto itself", this "classy" "legend" "in the heart of Downtown" offers "so many things to do", from an indoor jogging track and full-service spa to 19 restaurants and bars. — Zagat

Want to show your out-of-town visitors great views of LA for free? Need a drink after snoozing through the symphony at the Disney Concert Hall? The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites in... — Not For Tourists

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

In the bizarre absence of a hotel near the Los Angeles Convention Center, this five-tower, 35-story, 1,400-room monster does decent business. — Time Out

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Hotel Erwin

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

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

In the bohemian Venice Beach neighbourhood, this trendy boutique hotel lets you aspire to the Southern California beach lifestyle. — The Telegraph

Live like a local at Venice Beach's only beachfront hotel just steps from the famed boardwalk and the Pacific. — Time Out

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

Overlooking famous Muscle Beach, this boutique-style hotel is just a few blocks away from the dining and shopping of busy, trendy Abbot Kinney and close to the historic Venice canals. — Gayot

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from $279

W Hollywood

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

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

"Never-wanna-get-up beds" tempt guests to "sleep all day" in the "modern" rooms at this "swanky", "pricey" Hollywood hot spot, but few can resist the view from the rooftop pool. — Zagat

Hollywood's epicentre of contempo cool is this boutique hotel, where a young party crowd stays and plays. — The Telegraph

Rooms live up to the hype generated by your red-carpet arrival. — Lonely Planet

Located at the legendary crossroads of Hollywood and Vine, this W Hotels' outpost brings the Walk of Fame right to your doorstep. — Gayot

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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 →

Mediterranean charm abounds at this posh hotel’s restaurant and bar, Oliverio. — Time Out

Interior decorator Kelly Wearstler put her Midas touch on this mid-century Beverly Hills hotel, mixing original classic pieces by George Nelson and Charles Eames with her chic custom designs. — Fodor's

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

The first style-conscious boutique hotel on the L.A. scene, this mid-20th-century-inspired gem is located in the heart of Beverly Hills. — Frommer's

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

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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 →

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

The high-profile set hides out at the Five-Star L’Ermitage Beverly Hills, a sanctuary that protects guests from prying eyes and pampers them with superb service. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

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

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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 →

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

It's a Ritz, so you know the drill: 123 elegant rooms done up in sophisticated neutral palettes, marble bathrooms... and a staff that bends over backward to please. — Concierge

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

With spacious, beautiful rooms, a rooftop pool, a full-service spa, and tasteful, contemporary decor, this hotel delivers the level of luxury you'd expect from a Ritz. — Oyster

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The Redbury Hollywood

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

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

Rooms feature design elements drawn from a variety of Old World ethnic cultures, with an abundance of luxurious amenities, including plush pillow-top mattresses. — Gayot

The Redbury has just 52 guest rooms, the smallest measuring a whopping 750 square feet and including a well-stocked kitchen, and it’s precisely this homeyness that guides the design aesthetic. — Condé Nast Traveler

If the framed photos of Hendrix and Monroe aren’t enough to drive the celeb-centric culture home, the paparazzi lingering outside are a reminder that you are, indeed, in Tinseltown. — Travel + Leisure

"Feel like a music mogul" at this "hip-as-can-be", "eclectic" boutique highlighted by "spacious" guest apartments "decorated in a unique style" with "great touches like old records". — Zagat

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from $289

Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles

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

The ever-hip, buzzy, 182-room Ace is big on quirky details: Haas Brothers murals in the lobby and restaurant, whimsically themed cocktails at the rooftop bar and retro-inspired rooms. — Lonely Planet

The Ace has won awards for its decision to rehab an old 1920s office building rather than pull it down and start anew—in L.A., this kind of thinking is revolutionary. — Frommer's

The result is an unabashed hipsters’ playground, from the wall lined with vinyl records behind the check-in desk to LA Chapter’s coffee bar serving Stumptown coffee across the hall. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

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

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Mr. C Beverly Hills

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

European-influenced accommodations equipped with balconies, Carrera marble bathrooms and pillow-top mattresses outfitted in Mascioni linens. — Zagat

From the tiny bowties on the toiletries to the cocktail shakers in each room, Mr. C has a genuine old-world Hollywood vibe going for it. — Time Out

A Beverly Hills high-rise with a cool pool scene and 138 guest rooms with private balconies. Californian retro glam. — Condé Nast Traveler

Walking in, visitors are given complimentary Bellinis--a drink that was first created by the family patriarch Giuseppe Cipriani at Harry’s Bar in Venice in the 1930s. — Fodor's

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

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The Standard Downtown

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

The style, facilities and attitude-laden staff do their part to make this celebrity merry-go-round of a hotel stand on its own. — Star Service

This design-savvy hotel in a converted oil-company building was a big hit when it first opened years ago, and still appeals to a young, hip-ish crowd. — Lonely Planet

Famous for its rooftop lounge. — Not For Tourists

One of the hippest places is the poolside bar on the roof. — Insight Guides

Former oil company HQ. Rooms come in 10 sizes with hot stereos, giant TVs and some with transparent showers, so bring a conservative Christian friend and start snapping pics. — BlackBook

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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 →

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

"You can walk" to the Staples Center, Convention Center, galleries and restaurants from this "well-located" find "nestled in the middle of Downtown". — Zagat

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

Walk to Walt Disney Concert Hall, MOCA, and other downtown landmarks from this modern hotel in the Financial District. — DK Eyewitness

A quintessential big city hotel, this Bunker Hill institution is adjacent to the Museum of Contemporary Art and close to Little Tokyo and Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral. — Gayot

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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 →

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

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

If you're a watercraft cognoscenti and desire a serene view of more than 5,000 beautiful sailboats and yachts from your private balcony, this is the hotel for you. — Frommer's

When travelers hear the word "Ritz-Carlton," no matter where they are in the world, they know they can expect understated sophistication and excellent service. — Gayot

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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 →

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

The "outstanding" staff "is what really makes this place" say fans of this "stylish" "little Beverly Hills jewel". — Zagat

The luxury here is all in the best possible taste: the earth-toned rooms come complete with wonderful linens, immense shower-heads and free high-speed internet access. — Time Out

Filled with its trademark tile mosaics in myriad interesting colors and patterns, this charming boutique hotel is located just half a block south of Wilshire Boulevard. — Gayot

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

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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 price tag is a bit steep at this 751-room resort designed in richly wooded Craftsman style, but standard rooms sleep up to two adults and four kids. — DK Eyewitness

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

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

This Disney hotel aims to blur the lines between luxury and fantasy: the 745-room property is effectively an extension to Disney's California Adventure. — Time Out

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

The Ambrose

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

Located on the east side of Santa Monica at Arizona Avenue, in a quiet neighborhood just south of Wilshire Boulevard, this notable LEED Silver-certified property puts a stylish sheen on green design — Star Service

This 77-room, midrange boutique hotel is one of the most environmentally focused hotels in Southern California. — Oyster

An air of tranquillity pervades the four-story Ambrose, which blends right into its mostly residential Santa Monica neighborhood. — Fodor's

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

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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 →

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

A favorite of The Price Is Right and American Idol hopefuls... this motel has a tongue-in-cheek country style: rooms are upholstered in blue gingham with denim bedspreads. — Fodor's

Straddling the line between Hollywood and West Hollywood/Beverly Hills, the Farmer’s Daughter Hotel offers travelers a bit of Southern hospitality in the City of Angels. — Travel + Leisure

In a city where facelifts don't always work out the way one hopes they will, this family-owned motel has nothing to worry about. — Gayot

Quirky, down-home style, manifest in farm-animal–themed artwork, plaid blankets, faux cowhide rugs, and mismatched furniture. — Afar Magazine

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from $210
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