Planning to spend your next holiday in Los Angeles? The sprawling metropolis is quite mesmerizing. The fabled Hollywood makes the city simply magical. There’s so much to see, do and explore here. It’s a place like none other. The ever welcoming city is home to gorgeous beaches, trendy restaurants, bussing bars, swimming pool and rooftop bars. Whether you prefer to stay in popular locations such as Downtown, Hollywood, West Hollywood, Santa Monica or Beverly Hills, you will find numerous hotels to spend relaxing nights during the course of your holiday. Let’s take a look at some of the best boutique hotels that Los Angeles has to offer to its visitors.
Carlyle Inn, Beverly Hills
The recently renovated boutique hotel Carlyle Inn is a great bargain in fashionable Beverly Hills in comparison to several other lodgings in this area. The hotel with its Art Deco design offers a total of 32 rooms to all those who want to stay in this perky, sunny Southern California hotel. Among other amenities offered here include a sun deck with lounge chairs, a hot tub, an outdoor courtyard and a small workout room. The hotel however doesn’t offer a swimming pool. This is undoubtedly a great place to stay during holidays and go for sightseeing around Los Angeles.
The Redbury, Hollywood
The Redbury offers spacious, colorful and glamorous flats. The décor is hip, beautifully done up by ace photographer-turned-designer Matthew Rolston. The boutique hotel is situated nearby the Capitol Records Building. Those staying here can enjoy their drinks and sunbathing at the Glade garden. The Cleo restaurant can also be visited to satiate your hunger pangs.
The Huntley, Santa Monica
The Huntley is a sophisticated, luxury hotel situated in Santa Monica. It’s undoubtedly in stark contrast from many barefoot beach hotels in the area. The high rise hotel presents an impressive look. The public spaces in the hotel are huge. The lobby is beautifully decked up with butterscotch leather seats, glowing candles and shag rugs. The Huntley is located just two blocks away from the Third Street Promenade, where you can find restaurants, cafes and shops.
Petit Ermitage, West Hollywood
The artsy, bohemian Petit Ermitage hotel is located between the Sunset Strip and Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood. Head to its trellised front entrance and you will be led into an intimate lobby space where you will find a mix of shabby-chic furnishings, art and antiques. The entry to guest suites is equally artsy with artwork, painted murals and colorful carpeting adorning the walls of cozy hallways. You can also get a whiff of fresh air by getting to the grassy rooftop garden filled with flowers as well as a saltwater pool.
Mr. C Beverly Hills
The boutique Mr. C Beverly Hills hotel is housed in a high-rise, all-white building, and exudes class. The hotel offers 125 rooms and over a dozen suites – all of which are luxuriously appointed with leather recliners, brass lamps, Italian furnishings, in-room bars and luxury mattresses. The lobby of the hotel is adorned with marble floors, overstuffed sofas and a baby grand piano. The landscaped grounds in the hotel with California citrus trees and rose bushes seem as though you have arrived at a private retreat.
Palihouse West Hollywood
The Palihouse West Hollywood hotel offers a total of 36 loft-like rooms replete with a hip mash-up of styles and periods such as Noguchi lamps, exposed brick, dark wood cabinets, Bertoia chairs, Saarinen tables and white Chesterfield sofas. The rooms vary in size ranging from 600 to 1,900 square feet (bigger than a Los Angeles studio apartment). Most of the rooms have their own private terraces, and are equipped with a complete kitchen and washer/dryer.