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This property built in the 1930's preserves that decade charm and now serves as a cozy bed and breakfast in the heart of LA. The Garden Cottage is the perfect romantic refuge. They have four different rooms and even a cottage with a living room in it. The apartments are lovely with high ceilings, hardwood floors and beautiful furniture. All the rooms have a king sized, inviting and comfortable bed. The garden is beautiful and charming and has a fountain - super relaxing. The breakfast is full of delights, everything is freshly made or baked locally - the perfect way to start your day. The hosts are friendly and always willing to make sure everything is alright. You will feel welcome with their hospitality. This adorable B&B is the right place to get a romantic getaway.
Château Marmont hotel has been an icon of privacy and seclusion since the 1930s for the likes of Greta Garbo, Sam Shepard, Johnny Depp and Keanu Reeves. The French castle-like hotel was restored in 1998 to its original eclectic, but tasteful, beginnings. With suites and bungalows offered, you may choose your level of preferred privacy. The Bar Marmont is one of the hottest bars on the Sunset Strip. Château Marmont has more than its fair share of notoriety. The Château Marmont is entirely charming and a great place to stay since it's close to everything in Beverly Hills and Hollywood.
Built in 1929, this hotel previously known as the Argyle, situated at the base of the Hollywood Hills, provides spectacular city views. The vast collection of film, books and Hollywood portraits at the Sunset Tower Hotel entices even the most casual observer to pause and browse. Join the ranks of Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne and others who have stayed here, and look around for familiar views from the many movies that were once filmed in this hotel. In these spots, a sense of history clearly pervades the air. Check website for more details.
The Peninsula Beverly Hills Hotel, adjacent to powerhouse talent agency CAA, caters to guests with a refined sense of style and a taste for the good life. The hotel features opulent decor, impeccable service and incredible amenities. For many years it has been one of the premier spots in town to be seen. Power breakfasts and lunches are common at the on-site restaurant Belvedere, which also serves dinner. The Roof Garden Terrace serves light lunches seasonally. The Living Room, which offers a view of the garden, also offers tea, champagne and cocktails. Visit the in-house Spa for some relaxation. Valet parking is additional. Rolls Royce or Limousine service is provided in the area.
Known as the "Pink Lady," and originally built in 1912, The Beverly Hills Hotel underwent a two-and-a-half-year, multi-million dollar renovation in 1995, and another in 2012. The hotel re-opened swankier, bigger, and with more attitude than ever. This legendary hotel remains a magnet for Hollywood's elite and rising stars, having played host to everyone from Elizabeth Taylor to John Lennon throughout its star-studded history. The Beverly Hills Hotel is the home of the famous Polo Lounge and the lavish Spa by La Prairie. It's an experience you will never forget!
This wondrous and magical 1940s Mission-style hotel is nestled in a 12-acre (five-hectare) landscaped woodland garden. Meander over the bridge on Swan Lake as you enter the foyer/reception area, and you are transported to a land of fairy-tale wonder, lavishness and anonymity. The California-French cuisine in the dining room has won many accolades. Stay for a drink in the bar or on the patio, and enjoy the pianist. Rates vary with season. Hotel Bel-Air was opened in 1946 and has served celebrities and politicians who appreciated the hotel's luxurious charm.
This charming bed and breakfast has been voted as one of the best in the Los Angeles area. With exceptional views, cozy rooms, and romantic atmosphere, the Inn at Playa del Rey is a great alternative to hotels. Just three blocks from the Marina Del Rey beach, and five minutes from LAX, you can't beat the prime location. Complimentary hot breakfast as well as cocktail and appetizer hour make for a more personalized and friendly experience. Amenities are on par with the standard hotel, if not better, with complimentary WiFi, business center, and free parking.
Located in the heart of Santa Monica and a block from the beach, this luxury boutique hotel offers comfortable Neo-British rooms. A complimentary shuttle takes you anywhere within a three-mile radius of the hotel. Rooms at the Viceroy Santa Monica have ocean views (at a slightly higher rate) as well as both city and garden views. The staff is very attentive and accommodating.
With Pacific Ocean views from almost every room, its hard to believe that the Sea View Inn At The Beach is budget friendly. More than just great views, this hotel also offers a bevvy of amenities to guests who want to be out and about in this gorgeous Los Angeles beach town. Everything from bicycles, boogie boards, beach chairs and towels, umbrellas, and beach toys for the kids is complimentary! Meaning all you have to pack is your swim suits and sunscreen and not have to worry about the hassle of all the beach equipment thanks to the Sea View Inn At The Beach.
As a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, Casa del Mar provides the best that luxury can offer. Located on the Santa Monica beachfront, the view from this hotel is just as magnificent as its services and amenities. More than USD50 million was spent to restore this historic hotel, which presents an eclectic mix of old world charm and modern panache. A spa, fine dining options, business and conference facilities, wedding services and lots more is what you'll get at this award-wining hotel. Explore Disneyland, The Los Angeles Zoo, Venice Beach and other attractions, which are located close by. So, stop by at this stylish hotel, and expect nothing but the best when you do.
This hotel features world-class service, luxurious guest rooms and a great location with breathtaking ocean views. Each room features large and soft beds, tasteful furnishings and balconies. The four-story, glass-and-steel atrium lobby gives the hotel a modern and airy feel, and guests are treated to first-class service for the entire length of their stay. Dining options include excellent contemporary French cuisine, a lavish Sunday brunch in the atrium lobby, poolside snack service, and a casual restaurant.
Built in 1933, this Classical Revival hotel was a favorite haunt of Hollywood celebrities. The Georgian Hotel's one-time speakeasy, where guests now eat breakfast, was allegedly started by mobster Bugsy Siegel. Each room is comfortable and well-appointed and features all the luxury and amenities you deserve. Many rooms feature full or partial ocean views. The in house restaurant caters to all your dining needs.