Where to Stay in Hollywood
To you, Hollywood is more than a place, it’s a shrine, steeped in motion picture lore and the heady perfume of Golden Age glamour. That’s why you love to stay at The Hollywood Roosevelt, the opulent hotel where the romantic spirit of old Hollywood envelopes you the moment you step through its gilded doors.
The grande dame of New Hollywood, the W Hollywood hit the scene in 2010, ushering in the new era with drama and style. Hollywood’s neon skyline is undergoing a glamorous renaissance—now, you’re in the beating heart of it, from the most exciting nightlife of Tinseltown at your doorstep, to the gorgeous nature and hiking just minutes away.
You’re a high energy, carpe diem kind of traveler who heads straight for the eye of the storm. In New York, that means Times Square. In London, you dig Soho. And in L.A., where else but Hollywood and Highland, the buzzy intersection that's home to the Oscars, the TCL Chinese Theatre, the Hollywood Bowl, the Walk of Fame, the Capitol Records Building—literally everything Hollywood, and it's all a few steps from your room at the Loew’s Hollywood hotel, part of the massive Hollywood & Highland entertainment complex.
The Dream Hollywood
Bottle popping, show stopping, island hopping, mic dropping — feels like you’re living the Dream Hollywood, confirmed by the view of the Hollywood Sign that greets you as soon as you open your eyes. The floor-to-ceiling windows and double height ceilings are as lofty as your ambition, so you hop out of bed, put on your sunglasses, and step into the heart of Tinseltown, the cosmopolitan epicenter of the entertainment business.
You’re part of the New Wave of Hollywood, design-savvy, but not ostentatious, cosmopolitan, but relaxed about it, and a dreamer, with your feet firmly planted on the ground—unless you’re on Mama Shelter’s divine rooftop terrace that is, admiring the panoramic view. Mama’s atmosphere of whimsical chic makes you feel right at home, as does the emphasis on budget-friendly luxury; Mama treats her guests like royalty without charging a king’s ransom.
You’ve hopped your way around the world’s most chic boutique hotels in the Hamptons, Napa and Ibiza, and your tastes reflect your appreciation for discreet, elevated artisanal glamour. That’s why when visiting the colorful mayhem that is Hollywood, you base yourself within the serene eye of the storm, at the freshly-opened Kimpton Everly Hollywood.
Hollywood Historic Hotel
You’re so crazy about Hollywood, you’d live in a movie theatre if you could. Staying at the budget-friendly Hollywood Historic Hotel is kind of the next best thing, seeing as it was built by iconic motion picture theatre designer S. Charles Lee, architect of the mesmerizingly baroque Los Angeles Theatre, not to mention more than four hundred other theaters built throughout California and Mexico in the 1920s, ‘30s and ‘40s.
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Hollywood is synonymous with luxury and glamour, but there are also value hotels throughout the area for budget-savvy travelers. A new generation of modern hotels offer everything for even the trendiest of travelers, while guests of L.A.’s historic hotels can stay in the same rooms where legends once stayed.