Sponsored by Visit West Hollywood
This article is sponsored by Visit West Hollywood
West Hollywood is famous for its rooftop pools with forever views of Los Angeles, the “always-a-scene” restaurants, great boutique shopping and an energy that is unmatched anywhere. But like all of California and Los Angeles, West Hollywood has not been immune to the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. While some WeHo Hotels temporarily closed, several of the most iconic properties have remained open – and offer visitors a great staycation.
Hotels like the famous Sunset Tower and the London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills and the Andaz on the Sunset Strip are all still welcoming guests. The award-winning La Peer in the Design District and the eclectic Petit Ermitage have have also continued to welcome guests during the pandemic. And the 1 Hotel West Hollywood on the Sunset Strip re-opens on August 12th! Many of West Hollywood’s tastiest restaurants have become adept at take-out and now offer expanded alfresco dining on newly-imagined outdoor patios.
West Hollywood is a quintessential part of Los Angeles. At just 2 square miles, West Hollywood is one of California’s most walkable cities. Once you’re here, no car is needed. It’s easy to stroll down Melrose to get your Instagram fix, check out the new socially distant restaurant scene on the Sunset Strip, or hang out on the outdoor cocktail patios of Santa Monica boulevard. West Hollywood's central location makes it an easy jaunt to other neighborhoods and attractions – like Beverly Hills and the beaches of Santa Monica.
Most hotels in West Hollywood are encouraging locals to stay with California resident pricing or offers. Many of our hotels are also offering special deals for Frontline Workers as a thank you for all the hard work and sacrifice they have put in to keep us all well during the Pandemic.
The Visit West Hollywood website has all the information you need to plan a local getaway. At www.visitwesthollywood.com visitors can find out what specials are being offered by hotels, as well as links to their safety protocols to ensure a safe and healthy visit. Find more on Instagram @VisitWeho and Facebook @VisitWestHollywood.