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Chamberlain West Hollywood

Chamberlain West Hollywood

Chamberlain West Hollywood offers 114 design driven suites, contemporary elegance in a sophisticated setting in a residential pocket of West Hollywood. We offer Deluxe Suites, Executive Suites and Premier One Bedroom suites, and we have several with fully stocked kitchenettes, for an extended stay. Complimentary WiFi. We are in the heart of West Hollywood and minutes from the Sunset Strip and Santa Monica Boulevard. Our location offers many sights within walking distance or a short cab ride.

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Rates shown in US Dollars (US$) & are tax inclusive per room. Booking fees apply
Book Deluxe Suite US$340 299 239 239 299 469 259 259 259 469 259 469 469 299 379
Book Executive King Suites US$309 329 269 269 329 499 289 289 289 499 289 499 499 329 409

Location

1000- WESTMOUNT Drive, West Hollywood 90069 CA USA

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Memorable Pursuits, Exhilarating Diversions.
A Hollywood Guide to Recreation, Entertainment and Sightseeing.
West Hollywood is a premier destination for unparalleled nightlife, dining, and shopping options. This walkable, 1.9-square mile town is brimming with activity and opportunity. From an intimate, quiet getaway to a late night of club-hopping, West Hollywood boasts the ultimate in accommodations, dining, and nightlife. Located just east of Beverly Hills, this neighborhood is quintessential LA and not to be missed.

Sunset Strip
2 blocks from hotel
One of the world's most famous thoroughfares, LA?s fabled Sunset Boulevard is a long and winding road that begins in downtown Los Angeles, near Olvera Street (the city's birthplace), and runs westward over 20 miles to the breathtaking expanse of the Pacific. The very name Sunset Boulevard conjures Hollywood legend, having been the inspiration for countless songs, movies and TV shows. Along the way, Sunset Boulevard passes through Hollywood, where it metamorphoses into the Sunset Strip, home to some of Tinseltown's hottest nightclubs, trendiest restaurants, and most stylish and infamous hotels. As it continues west, Sunset Boulevard weaves its way through Beverly Hills and Bel-Air, before finally winding its way down through the rustic foothills of the Santa Monica mountains to its stunning end at the Pacific Ocean near Malibu.

Beverly Hills
1 mile from hotel
Rodeo Dr. at Wilshire Blvd., and surrounding streets
Beverly Hills 90210
The most famous neighborhood in the United States, if not the world, Beverly Hills is a must-see for any traveler. Bejeweled like an A-list actress on the red carpet, Beverly Hills is always ready for its close-up. Dazzling shops, sumptuous dining, and beautiful estates vie for your attention with the local designer-clad denizens. Bordered by West Hollywood to the east and the San Diego Freeway to the west, Beverly Hills makes the most of its coveted acreage, beckoning with a treasure trove of attractions.

Rodeo Drive
1 mile from hotel
Rodeo Dr. between Wilshire Blvd. and Santa Monica Blvd.
Beverly Hills 90212
This glittering strip of stylish shops is the crown jewel of Beverly Hills, a shopper's paradise without parallel. Armani, Gucci, Christian Dior, Chanel, Valentino, Bijan and a coterie of other ultra-chic boutiques dot this vaunted drive, showcasing some of the most beautiful clothing and accessories in the world. In addition, Rodeo also shares space with unique and intimate one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants.

Melrose Avenue
1 mile from the hotel
Melrose Avenue from San Vicente to La Brea
West Hollywood 90069
Located in West Hollywood, this diverse neighborhood offers a glimpse into LA's fashion and underground culture. Cutting edge clothing trends are born and bred here and multi-ethnic restaurants and shops fuel the creative pulse of the city. From Marc Jacobs, Miu Miu, Fred Segal and Maxfield on the west end to Red Balls, Atomic Garage and Wasteland to the east, walk these funky blocks for a visit to yet another side of our multi-faceted city.

Beverly Center
1 mile from hotel
8500 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles 90048
+1 310 854 0071
For those who prefer the comforts of an indoor mall for their shopping ventures, Beverly Center's cup runneth over with more than 160 shops. Anchored at either end by Bloomingdale's and Macy's, there are options galore in between - including Coach, Luis Vuitton, Mac, and Banana Republic, as well as various one-of-a-kind emporiums.

Pacific Design Center
1 mile from hotel
8687 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90069
+1 310 289 5223
Exhibits of architecture and design featuring new work by emerging and established artists in architecture, design, photography, and contemporary art

Los Angeles Farmers Market/The Grove Mall
2 miles from hotel
6333 W 3rd St.
Los Angeles 90036
+1 323 933 9211
LA's original Farmers Market opened in 1934, and its clock tower still stands as a welcoming icon. Today, the market offers a vast array of open-air food stalls and an impressive assortment of souvenir stands for a casual taste of the city. Just steps from the famous market, one of LA's most celebrated shopping hotspots, The Grove, unfolds its many charms. Designed like a Mediterranean village with cobblestone streets, lavish fountains, trolley rides, charming restaurants and more fantastic shops - including Nordstrom - The Grove provides diversion for adults and children alike.

Hollywood Walk of Fame
3 miles from hotel
More than 2,500 celebrities are honored along the world's most famous sidewalk. Each bronze medallion, set into the center of a granite star, pays homage to a famous television, film, radio, theater, or recording personality. Visitors thrill to the sight of legendary names like James Dean (1719 Vine St.), John Lennon (1750 Vine St.), Marlon Brando (1765 Vine St.), Rudolph Valentino (6164 Hollywood Blvd.), Marilyn Monroe (6744 Hollywood Blvd.), Elvis Presley (6777 Hollywood Blvd.), Greta Garbo (6901 Hollywood Blvd.), Louis Armstrong (7000 Hollywood Blvd.), and Barbra Streisand (6925 Hollywood Blvd). The renowned sidewalk is continually adding new luminaries to its illustrious lineup. The Walk of Fame truly is a place where even the pavement glitters.

Grauman's Chinese Theatre
3 miles from hotel
6925 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
+1 323 461 3331
Grauman's Chinese Theatre opened over 75 years ago, with the 1927 debut of the original silent version of King of Kings, produced by Cecil B. DeMille. Since then, its Hollywood pedigree has made it the most famous movie theatre in the world. Millions of visitors flock to the Chinese Theatre each year, drawn by its legendary forecourt embedded with footprints of stars from the "Golden era" and beyond. Now the western anchor of the famed Hollywood and Highland entertainment complex, Grauman's has been the site of more gala Hollywood movie premieres than any other theatre, making it an indispensable stop on any Hollywood tour.

Hollywood Entertainment Museum
3 miles from hotel
7021 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
+1 323 465 7900
The Hollywood entertainment museum celebrates all things Hollywood, including the arts of film, television, radio, sound recording and new media. It features interactive exhibits, a studio back lot tour and original sets from legendary TV shows, such as "Star Trek" and "Cheers."

La Brea Tar Pits
3 miles from hotel
5801 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036
+1 323 934 7243
Rancho La Brea is one of the world?s most famous fossil localities, recognized for having the largest and most diverse assemblage of extinct Ice Age plants and animals in the world.

The "Hollywood" Sign
3 miles from hotel
These 50-foot-high white sheet-metal letters have come to symbolize the movie industry and the city itself, reigning over Los Angeles like a grande doyenne. The sign was erected in 1923 as an advertisement for a real-estate development and originally read HOLLYWOODLAND. The towering letters are best viewed from below, at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Bronson Avenue.

LACMA
3.5 mile from hotel
5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036
+1 323 857 6000
With 1,000 objects dating from ancient times to present, the Los Angeles county museum of art is the largest art museum in the western United States

Universal Studios Hollywood
5 miles from hotel
100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608
800 Universal
Of all the Hollywood things to do, no Hollywood travel experience is complete without a visit to this world-renowned theme park located in Universal City, just north of Los Angeles. In addition to exciting attractions from popular movies and television shows, the theme park boasts thrill rides, unique attractions and terrific live shows year-round. Among Universal's biggest draws is a replica of the famous "Psycho" house, a "Jaws" adventure ride and a "King Kong" simulation. Located off the 101 Hollywood Freeway.

Griffith Park
5 miles from hotel
Griffith Park Ranger Visitor Center
4730 Crystal Springs Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
+1 323 913 4688
Griffith Park is one of the nation's largest urban parks. Attractions on the grounds include the LA Zoo, golf courses, Gene Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Greek Theatre, Travel Town, pony and train rides, as well as more than 53 miles of bridle and hiking trails. Perhaps the most iconic of its attractions, Griffith Observatory, was rendered world-famous as one of the settings for the film Rebel without a Cause. Griffith Observatory's bronze domes have been Hollywood Hills landmarks since 1935. The main dome houses a planetarium, where narrated projection shows reveal the stars and planets that are ordinarily hidden from the naked eye. The adjacent Hall of Science holds exhibits on galaxies, meteorites, and other cosmic happenings. Other points of interest include a special telescope trained on the sun, a Foucault pendulum, and earth and moon globes spanning 6 feet in diameter.

Guest reviews

Total guest reviews 25

Average review out of 5

4.4

Los Angeles, CA, Beverly Hills

avg. review 4.4

Location

  • Wonderful
  • Perfect
  • Close to everything
  • Away from it all
  • Reasonable access

Value

  • Affordable
  • Great deal
  • Acceptable price
  • Fantastic
  • Bargain

Facilities

  • Modern
  • Home away from home
  • Distinctive
  • Top of the line
  • Outstanding

Service

  • Go the extra mile
  • Outstanding
  • Professional
  • Remarkable
  • Polite

Cleanliness

  • Immaculate
  • Spotless
  • Spick and span
  • Tidy
  • Pristine
3.4
  • The sofa bed was broken in our room ... Wifi was down for 48 hours and the roof bar was closed!!

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Tiffany L from Sydney | Reviewed in Oct 2014

5.0
  • Cannot fault this hotel. Perfection!

Location

  • Wonderful

Value

  • Fantastic

Facilities

  • Top of the line

Service

  • Go the extra mile

Cleanliness

  • Spotless

Rodney L from Sydney | Reviewed in Oct 2014

4.2
  • location

Location

  • Perfect

Value

Facilities

Service

Cleanliness

olivia nervo from Melbourne | Reviewed in Sep 2014

2.6
  • Rooftop pool
  • Staff

Location

  • Reasonable access

Value

  • Average price

Facilities

  • Nothing special

Service

  • Amateur
  • Lacking

Cleanliness

  • Ok

Reviewed in Sep 2014

4.4
  • size of the rooms
  • cost of parking

Location

  • Away from it all
  • Australia

Value

  • Affordable

Facilities

  • Modern

Service

  • Professional

Cleanliness

  • Immaculate

Tim Rumble from Sydney | Reviewed in Aug 2014

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