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Established over 125 years ago in the old Arcadia building of L.A, this has been the place for L.A's hot shots to mix business with pleasure. Los Angeles Athletic Club is not only an exclusive gym, its also a boutique hotel. Guests can partake in the abundance of activities for its members including special packages like the "90-Day System," a weight loss program with your own nutritionist, executive chef, and personal trainer. The club combines athletics, business, dining, catering and luxurious guest rooms.
Located in a architecturally stunning historic building in downtown Los Angeles, the O Hotel is an independent boutique hotel. Rising high above the standards, amenities at this luxurious hotel are impressive. Aside from the onsite spa, restaurant and lounge, the modern and contemporary O Hotel offers guests sleek rooms complete with Google Smart Televisions, complimentary WiFi, iPod dock alarm clock, hypoallergenic bed linens, and coffee maker to help you start the day.
Figueroa Hotel, just blocks from the Staples Center, is a splash of color and 1920s Spanish Colonial style coupled with Southern California accents in downtown Los Angeles. The hotel exemplifies a mix of 1920s charm and contemporary chic, with artistic tiles, lofty spaces, and modern conveniences. Every guest room is unique in both style and design, and the friendly staff caters to guests every need. A stay at the historical Figueroa Hotel is bound to be a truly memorable experience.
Farmer's Daughter Hotel has 66 guest rooms, all equipped with the best of amenities. Keeping with the old tradition, all the rooms are marked HIS (rooms done up in red) and HERS (rooms done up in yellow and turquoise). This hotel has the popular Tart restaurant on its premises which serves contemporary fare. For further details check the website.
When looking for an easy and low-key place to stay in WeHo on a medium-sized budget, consider Beverly Terrace Hotel. With its impeccably clean rooms, jovial staff (complete with a talking parrot greeting you in the lobby) and reasonable prices, this moms-and-pops’ gem will likely win you over enough to bookmark it for future visits. The hotel’s proximity to all the main haunts of Boys’ Town, Sunset Strip and Beverly Hills proffers plenty of top-notch shopping, dining and sightseeing. Arrive here informed, bearing in mind that the tidy and well-maintained rooms are quite small; the parking is known to occasionally run out, so you may want to time your comings and goings accordingly; breakfast and freshly brewed coffee are included and are a boon for a traveler in a hurry.
Beverly Garland is a charming hotel that looks like it was inspired by a Spanish mission; however, when you enter your room you'll be impressed by the modern decor and state-of-the-art amenities. Relax by the swimming pool with cocktail or hop in the car and visit one of the many nearby attractions.
The Hotel Angeleno is a classy boutique hotel for the sophisticated traveler, which offers comforts without putting an irreparable dent in your wallet. The best thing about Angeleno is that it manages to be classy without being over-bearing. The amenities offered here range from comforts for a regular traveler and one on a business trip. It also has a very good Italian restaurant, a bar and a cafe in the premises. Check website for details.
This small, charming inn was totally renovated and renamed in 1998. Two blocks from colorful Venice Beach, Inn at Venice Beach does lack some on site amenities such as restaurant, swimming pool and exercise facility. However, these are all readily available within a block or two. The neighborhood is crawling with bike and in-line skate rental shops, and the biggest swimming pool of all—the Pacific Ocean, is right there.
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.
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.