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The Italian-Spanish influence is evident almost everywhere at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. The hand-painted frescoes, the bas-relief décor, the fountains, the polished wood floors, the ornate ceilings and the abundant flowers all contribute to class and elegance that is practically beyond words. A favorite since 1923, and a member of Historic Hotels of America, this famed hotel hosted the Academy Awards during the 1930s and 1940s. Guests have included dignitaries like Winston Churchill, Presidents Kennedy, Ford, Carter and Reagan, as well as British royalty.
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.
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.
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.
If you’re searching for a unique hotel experience, the Aztec Hotel is sure to provide you with just what you are looking for. A historical landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this hotel is an amazing example of Mayan Revival architecture. The 44-room accommodation is designed keeping in mind the ornate architecture present during the Mayan and Aztec civilizations. Moderately priced, it provides accommodation on daily, monthly and weekly basis. The Mayan Room and its adjoining courtyard delivers the perfect backdrop for hosting private parties and functions complete with a bar, a dance floor and a garden patio with a wood-fire pit and fish pond. Rooms rates start at USD45 plus taxes.