There are hidden gems throughout the uber-hip Line Hotel, a modern, industrial property at Wilshire and Normandie. Roy Choi’s vegetable-driven greenhouse restaurant, Commissary is discreetly located on the roof next to the swimming pool. Shepard Fairey's 10-story Peace Tree mural covers an entire eastern wall, while Look Into My Eyes by D*Face is tucked beneath a ledge off Ardmore Avenue. The lobby Pot Café is a casual spot serving tea, coffee, baked goods and food bowls. Pot Bar takes off from the café with happy hour, bottle service, and DJs . Located by the lobby elevators, Poketo is a design forward lifestyle store with innovative, artist-driven home goods, clothing, stationery, jewelry and accessories.
Hidden at the back of the hotel is Break Room 86 from L.A. nightlife impresarios, the Houston Brothers. Step through the secret entrance off Ardmore and it’s the 1980s all over again with private karaoke rooms and VHS cassette menus, vintage arcade games, a wall of old TVs, boom boxes, high school lockers, vending machines, and an old school phone booth. Another Houston Brothers creation, The Speek Suite Line Hotel features 1960s-70s décor including a king bed, mid century fireplace, retro wallpaper, vinyl records and turntable.