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Historic hotels in Los Angeles, the treasured masterpieces

Los Angeles is one city, which is forever brimming with joy and bustling with activity. Travelers from across the globe visit its premises to explore its exciting avenues. The city is blessed with the best of technology and beauty and hence anyone visiting here is more than happy to spend a few gleeful days in the company of their loved ones. Among other places of interest, travelers can explore the many gorgeous historic hotels located within this popular Californian city. These hotels have been gracing the city limits for a long time and interestingly continue to give the modern day hotels a hard run for their money.

Casa del Mar
Located in Santa Monica, the Casa del Mar is a hotel where it will be hard for the travelers to take their eyes off the walls, and the décor. This hotel offers implausible views of the nearby ocean. The breathtaking interiors add to the glory and make this 1926 property one of the most sought after hotels of its kind in the pulsating city. Its clientele include the high and mighty of the city. It underwent an expensive makeover in the year 1999 and has since been a regular resort for the famous and the wealthy.

The Georgian
The Georgian standing tall since 1933 is one hotel that you cannot give a miss. The specialty of this hotel is that all of its rooms open up to the striking view of the mighty ocean. The visual appeal and the vivid aqua portico add spice to the otherwise elegant décor of this plush property. Various celebrities continue to be a part of the hotel by taking refuge in its stylish premises. The hotel is famous for various reasons. However, it is most remembered for opening up to amenities like a barber-shop and beauty parlor at a time when it was unheard of!

Beverly Wilshire
The Beverly Wilshire was established long back in the year 1928. Built in an Italian Renaissance fashion, this hotel continues to grab eyeballs to date. This hotel became a one-stop shop for the travelers who headed to the Rodeo Drive in the city in search of high end shopping and diamonds. The clients, who pay a visit even today, are no less than the city’s who’s who. Today this historic hotel houses top notch amenities one can think of as well as Wolfgang Puck’s, the city own steakhouse.

Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows
The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows opened up in the year 1912 and even today is a name to reckon with. Its legacy and heritage is as vibrant as its clients including the likes of Hunter S. Thompson, Elizabeth Taylor, The Beatles, and Greta Garbo. This hotel is lovingly referred to as the Pink Palace and continues to offer solace to the big shots of the city and the country. The property was renovated and today sports the illustrious Polo lounge, an incredible swimming pool, along with the beautiful and plush suites. The property also comprises bungalows that delve into the quintessential scenery.

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