The Most Popular Los Angeles Hotels on Instagram

Superb accommodations and some of the best Instagram locations in LA

Bar Lis at Thompson Hollywood
Bar Lis at Thompson Hollywood | Photo: @barlisla, Instagram

Whether it's a grand, historic property or a chic, modern boutique, these hotels offer superb accommodations and some of the best Instagram locations in Los Angeles.

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Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles
Upstairs at Ace Hotel DTLA

Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles



Opened in January 2014, the Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles features 180 rooms, the rooftop Upstairs at Ace, and a stunning 1,600-seat theatre. The hotel was built as the United Artists Building in 1927, designed by architect C. Howard Crane in a Spanish Gothic style and modeled after the Segovia Cathedral in Spain. The United Artists Theatre was the flagship movie theatre for United Artists, the film studio founded by Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks and D.W. Griffith. The hotel’s rooftop quickly became a popular Instagram location, from shots of the signature tower to the nearby Eastern Columbia building. Another Instagram hit is a portrait of Michael Jackson, one of many “hieroglyphics” created by the Haas Brothers that are located throughout the lobby and mezzanine.

Lobby ceiling at Downtown L.A. Proper Hotel
Lobby ceiling at Downtown L.A. Proper Hotel | Photo: @alilabelle, Instagram

Downtown Los Angeles Proper Hotel



Housed in a 1926 California Renaissance Revival building, the Downtown L.A. Proper Hotel features 147 guest rooms and suites, striking interiors by acclaimed designer Kelly Wearstler, and food & beverage helmed by James Beard Award winning restaurateurs Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne. The colorful lobby ceiling is already an Instagram favorite. Inspired by the Roma district in Mexico City, LA-based Judson Studios created a monumental stained glass installation for the hotel's signature restaurant, Caldo Verde. Two unique suites are musts for IG: the two-story Basketball Suite, complete with timber floors and painted court lines; and the Proper Pool Suite with an indoor pool and a handcrafted ceramic tile mural by LA artist Ben Medansky.

Bella Gomez mural at Hotel Figueroa
Mural at Hotel Figueroa | Photo: Bella Gomez

Hotel Figueroa



Originally built in 1926 as a YWCA, the Hotel Figueroa is conveniently located just down the street from the L.A. LIVE entertainment complex in Downtown L.A. The eclectic Spanish Colonial decor adds an exotic quality to the boutique hotel, which is a popular spot for Crypto.com Arena pre- and post-parties as well as private events. There are Instagram ops throughout the hotel, from the rotating lobby-level art exhibits to Bella Gomez's stunning 12-story mural - an homage to the property's feminist roots and its ongoing support of the arts.

La Boucherie

InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown



The Intercontinental Downtown Los Angeles occupies 37 floors of Wilshire Grand, the tallest building west of Chicago. An elegant steakhouse with a French twist, La Boucherie is perched on the 71st floor of the hotel and ready-made for Instagram, especially the private Starlight Booths. Perched on the 73rd floor, Spire 73 is the tallest open-air bar in the Western hemisphere - nosh on seasonal bites under the stars while you shoot your IG Reel.

Millennium Biltmore Hotel Galleria
Millennium Biltmore Hotel Galleria  |  Photo: Yuri Hasegawa

Millennium Biltmore Hotel



Since 1923, the landmark Millennium Biltmore Hotel has welcomed celebrities, presidents and dignitaries, offering historic grandeur and modern luxury overlooking Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles. The 683-room hotel has made numerous movie and TV appearances, from Ghostbusters and Beverly Hills Cop to Bosch and Mad Men. Great Instagram locations can be found throughout the hotel, including the richly decorated lobby and Galleria, the famed Gallery Bar, and the Rendezvous Court, which hosts a popular afternoon tea.

LA Prime at Westin Bonaventure
LA Prime | Photo: Westin Bonaventure

The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites



Located in the heart of Downtown L.A., the Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites is instantly recognized by its 35-story, cylindrical glass towers. Accessed by four banks of glass elevators, each of the five towers offers deluxe accommodations with unforgettable views. Bronze plaques commemorate the hotel’s elevator scenes from In the Line of Fire, True Lies, and Forget Paris.

Perched on the Bonaventure's 35th floor, LA Prime is a New York-style steakhouse that boasts incredible 360-degree city views to go with your Instagram of the Surf & Turf - 8 oz filet mignon and 8 oz broiled Australian lobster tail. Located on the 34th floor, the BonaVista Lounge slowly rotates and completes a full revolution every hour. You can share an IG Story with the view from the BonaVista’s floor-to-ceiling windows; Instagram the hotel’s futuristic exterior; or take an abstract shot of the hotel's expansive interior space.

Break Room 86 at LINE LA in Koreatown
Break Room 86 | Photo: Houston Hospitality

The LINE LA



Centrally located in Koreatown, LINE LA is loaded with Instagram locations, starting with Shepard Fairey's 30’ x 80’ Peace Tree mural that towers over Wilshire Boulevard. Two Michelin-starred chef Josiah Citrin serves up seasonal cuisine at Openaire, the hotel's lush greenhouse and outdoor terrace. More IG spots are courtesy of nightlife impresarios, Houston Hospitality: the 80s-themed Break Room 86 karaoke bar and the Roaring 20s - Disco mashup Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.

Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Tower and Tropicana Pool
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Tower and Tropicana Pool  |  Photo: Yuri Hasegawa

The Hollywood Roosevelt



The Hollywood Roosevelt opened in 1927, financed by a group that included Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford and Sid Grauman. Named for President Theodore Roosevelt, the hotel has welcomed generations of VIPs, from legends of Hollywood’s Golden Age to today’s hottest stars. The first Academy Awards were presented at a private dinner in the hotel’s Blossom Ballroom - winners were announced three months before the ceremony, which took 15 minutes. The historic property offers plenty of Instagram shots, from the Spanish Colonial style lobby, to the vintage bowling lanes in The Spare Room (mezzanine level), and the always-popular Tropicana Pool & Café, with its famous David Hockney mural at the bottom.

Bar Lis at Thompson Hollywood
Bar Lis at Thompson Hollywood | Photo: @barlisla, Instagram

Thompson Hollywood



Designed by renowned London-based studio Tara Bernerd & Partners, the Thompson Hollywood features 190 guest rooms and 16 suites with a mix of global style and laidback SoCal cool. Your Instagram followers will think you're in the French Riviera when you sip the spirit of the Cote D'Azur at Bar Lis, which evokes the South of France with a chic design that includes a retractable roof, central water fountain, plush banquettes and dozens of cypress trees.

"Laura" at Fairmont Century Plaza
"Laura" | Photo: Fairmont Century Plaza

Fairmont Century Plaza



Opened in 1966, the Fairmont Century Plaza has been completely re-imagined to include 400 spacious guest rooms and 85 suites, all with private terraces. Along with pics of the sweeping balcony views, your Instagram followers will love Laura, the 23-foot-tall mesh sculpture by Jaume Plensa; and a selfie with Laurel, the hotel's Director of Pet Relations - named for Laurel Canyon, the black lab greets guests in the lobby and around the hotel daily from 10am to 2pm.

The Polo Lounge Dining Room
The Polo Lounge Dining Room

The Beverly Hills Hotel And Bungalows



Affectionately known as the “Pink Palace,” the Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows opened in 1912, before there was even a city called Beverly Hills. Surrounded by 12 acres of lush gardens and exotic flowers, the hotel features 208 rooms and suites, including 23 secluded bungalows. Generations of celebrities have stayed at the hotel, and the famed Polo Lounge continues to be a favorite power lunch spot and watering hole for Hollywood’s movers and shakers. Live the dream and Instragram in front of the iconic “The Beverly Hills” sign near the entrance; relax beneath swaying palm trees at poolside; or belly up to the Polo Lounge bar and Instagram a dry Martini before your first sip.

Earth Day at Terranea Resort
Earth Day | Photo: Terranea Resort

Terranea Resort



Situated on 102 acres that overlook the Pacific Ocean in Rancho Palos Verdes, Terranea Resort is a spectacular coastal property that features 582 guestrooms and suites, including spacious bungalows, casitas and villas. Terranea’s coastal setting offers incredible views throughout the property, from the lobby and outdoor gardens to private terraces and inviting courtyards with outdoor fireplaces. Besides snapping views from the hotel proper, you can explore hundreds of hiking trails and Instagram the scenic Palos Verdes Peninsula.