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10 Best Boutique Hotels in Los Angeles

Hollywood proper is the historic center of the American movie industry, and while some production has moved outside its borders, it's still the film capital of the world. Visitors, for the most part, are here for the entertainment industry, in one way or another — not just for the studios but for the museums, theaters, and other film-history landmarks as well.

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Heading east on Sunset Blvd. towards Downtown Los Angeles, Hollywood follows West Hollywood and sits at the base of Hollywood Hills with access to the San Fernando Valley to the north. Historical Hollywood sits primarily on Hollywood Blvd. For more on the history of Hollywood.

The Redbury — all suite boutique hotel in Hollywood Los Angeles

The Redbury


It's hard to believe there could ever be an "LA look," given the breadth and diversity of this SoCal megalopolis, but the Redbury's interiors are notable first of all for how successfully they break the Hollywood boutique hotel mold. Minimalist modernism seems miles away here. The Redbury is an all-suite property, each around a thousand square feet, with private patios or balconies, gas ranges in the kitchens. More...

57 Suites
13 Verified Reviews

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Mama Shelter Los Angeles — budget boutique hotelin Hollywood

Mama Shelter Los Angeles


This French iport of a fun, youth-oriented boutique hotel took seven years to turn up on American shores, and they've made an entrance that's worth the wait. It's refreshingly easy on the budget, and it had better be, because it's aimed at an authentically eclectic crowd: not the moneyed elite so much as the creative class, who tend to have more taste than liquid cash. This is the new, largely bling-free Hollywood, a destination for a generation of artists fleeing New York's extortionate rents. More...

70 Rooms
17 Verified Reviews

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The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel — classic Hollywood landmark hotel Los Angeles

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel


The Roosevelt still looks out over what's probably the most-visited stretch of Hollywood Boulevard, facing Grauman's Chinese Theatre. The lobby is still resplendent in pre-war Spanish Colonial style, and the enormous pool, lined with cabanas, still a classic. Guest rooms, by contrast, are a bit more on the contemporary side.Space is plentiful and amenities are unashamedly high-end. It's not a place to shut yourself in, though — the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel is a popular party spot as well, with no less than two restaurants and five bars. More...

300 Rooms
214 Verified review

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