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Westlake & Koreatown
Line Hotel is the latest venture from Roy Choi, the man who sparked the LA food truck revolution and became a celebrity chef...
If you're drawn to bohemian-chic environs with Turkish rugs, old-world antiques, rooftop bars and fine booze, then these suites may be for you...
The French-flavored indulgence may look dated, but this faux castle has long lured A-listers with its five-star mystique and legendary discretion...
Malibu Country Inn
Perched above the highway and overlooking Westward Beach is this humble shingled inn with an array of fairly large rooms drenched in corny florals. But they all have sun patios and some have massive sea views.
Magic Castle Hotel
Walls at this perennial pleaser are a bit thin, but otherwise it’s a charming base of operation with large, modern rooms, exceptional staff and a petite courtyard pool where days start with fresh pastries and gourmet coffee...
Westwood & Around
In an age of chain motels, this lovingly tended, 21-unit, nonsmoking inn run by a friendly family is a breath of fresh air. The rooms have been put through a recent face-lift and now feature crisp furnishings and high-speed internet...
A satisfying budget motel. Rooms have granite washbasins, fridge and microwave. Some have flat-screen TVs. There’s no pool, but hummingbirds love the adobe-style fountain gushing on their patch of grass out front...
The Standard Hollywood
Kind of yesterday’s news but still a good standby, this Sunset Strip haunt has you shacking up in sizable shagadelic rooms with beanbag chairs, orange-tiled bathrooms and Warhol poppy-print curtains. South-facing rooms have the views.
Originally the Mayflower Hotel, when it was built in 1927, this friendly four-star address is understated yet indulgent. Rooms have all the amenities, with lower prices on the weekends when the business crowd vanishes.
Venice Breeze Suites
A classy beachfront property with stylish studios and suites boasting wood floors, exposed-brick walls, floating beds, rain showers, frosted-glass desks and wall-mounted, flat-screen TVs...
Westwood & Around
This boutique hotel, housed in the former villa of silent movie star Lillian Gish, offers a sleek and soulful Parisian boudoir atmosphere. The look is French kiss meets the Far East - and it's love at first sight...
The Standard Downtown La
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. Rooms are mod and minimalist. Hit the rooftop bar for fun with a view...
Charming historic façade aside, there’s nothing fancy about this aging boutique hotel around the corner from the Promenade...
Beverly Laurel Hotel
Ride the retro wave on the (kind of) cheap at this slicked-up 1950s motel near the Farmers Market. Rooms wrap around a tiny pool and are just above basic, but framed photographs and diamond-patterned bedspreads add a stylish touch...
Usa Hostels Hollywood
This sociable hostel puts you within steps of the Hollywood party circuit. Private rooms are a bit cramped, but making new friends is easy during staff-organized barbecues, comedy nights and $25 all-you-can-drink limo tours...
Surf City Hostel
South Bay Beaches
Steps from the sand, the halls of this convivial, yet aging, hostel offer mostly co-ed four- and six-person dorms; even the private rooms have shared baths. If you’re looking to spend your days beaching and your nights partying, this is your place.
Banana Bungalow West Hollywood
This convivial hostel puts the 'mod' in modern. The bold retro decor and its location near LA's epicenter of youthful hipness make it a standout. All rooms have a private bathroom; some of the good-sized private rooms even have balconies...
San Vicente Inn
There’s no boys-only rule, but it feels like it’s raining men at this WeHo party-people compound...
Hotel Shangri La
Stylish enough to be alluring but not too stuck up or intimidating, this art-deco classic, built across the avenue from the bluffs in 1932, sports suites and apartments with funky paint jobs and wallpaper, marble baths, wood floors and kitchenettes...
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
The pool still draws plenty of eye-candy with attitude, and the cabanas are the way to go if you’re looking for a splurge. Parking is $30.
Corner Suites have circular white leather sofas, and triangular glass bedrooms. The more basic Marvelous Suites are just big hotel rooms with a sexy lace curtain separating the bed from the sofa...
The Georgian Hotel
This eye-catching, art-deco landmark has a snug veranda for breakfast and sunset lounging, and decor so Great Gatsby -esque that wearing a straw boater wouldn’t feel out of place...