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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...
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...
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.
Millennium Biltmore Hotel
Drenched in tradition and gold leaf, Downtown’s grand dame has bedded stars, presidents and royalty in modestly sized, gold-and-blue-hued rooms with all the trappings. The gorgeous art-deco health club is the good kind of old school. Parking is $40.
The Beverly Hills Hotel
Westwood & Around
If the powdery pink walls of this belle hotel could talk, the tales would make you laugh, blush, cry and cringe. Staying here means dwelling in the utmost, old-school luxury.
The London West Hollywood
A sleek, grand all-suite property on the doorstep of the Sunset Strip is favored by the young, hip and upwardly optimistic...
This old motor inn has been dressed up, colored and otherwise funkified in retro style. Think: eye-popping oranges, yellows and greens, framed photos of graffiti art, flat-screen TVs, and ergo sofas in the spacious rooms...
Tasty one-bedroom suites and studios right on the beach with hardwood floors, flat-screen TVs, kitchenettes, marble trim in the baths and a special rooftop deck where the views are magnificent. Expect a discount for extended stays.
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...
Sportsmen's Lodge Hotel
Too authentically 1962 to be called 'retro', this longstanding favorite sits on a six-acre campus in the heart of the San Fernando Valley...
Westwood & Around
The buzzy fireside lounge out front attracts a crowd from time to time, and though the rooms are more minimalist than fancy, they do feel good. Single rooms are a tight squeeze, but queen rooms are spacious and good value...
Hollywood Historic Hotel
One of the best-value budget offerings in the city, this recently restored brick relic from 1927, with ornate moldings inside and out, is located in the real, gritty Hollywood. Rooms are decent sized, have fresh paint and wood furnishings...
South Bay Beaches
All rooms have spa tubs big enough for two and private terraces. Downstairs rooms have daybeds, top-floor rooms have fireplaces. The beach is just three blocks away and the Zinc Lounge bar is buzzy.
The Queen Mary
There’s an irresistible romance to ocean liners such as the Queen Mary, a nostalgic retreat that time-warps you to a long-gone, slower-paced era...
Westwood & Around
Like so many Angelenos, this hotel is not to be ignored...
Chamberlain West Hollywood
Trendy, design-minded travelers dig these 112 gadget-filled studios and suites draped in icy blues and dusky grays, with balcony and sumptuous bedding perfect after a night of cavorting on the nearby Sunset Strip. There’s a nice rooftop pool, too...
Hollywood Downtowner Inn
You’ll dig the bougainvillea on the railings, and the historic neon sign. Rooms are spacious and spotless with exposed-brick walls, sponged walls and high ceilings; some have a kitchenette...