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Mr. C Beverly Hills - Los Angeles Hotels

Mr. C Beverly Hills

1224 Beverwil Dr, Los Angeles - Map
Very swish hotel, good locations. Parking seems very expensive, capitalizing on unavailable street parking.
A Traveller
Kimpton Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Beverly Hills - Los Angeles Hotels

Kimpton Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Beverly Hills

10740 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles - Map
"Close to a few good tourist spots"
Great hotel! Very handy to Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. Having Uber on your phone is a must and I'd advise getting a sim card so you can use google maps etc to not get lost. Especially if you walk from Beverly Hills to Hollywood!
Traveller from Brisbane Qld
Miyako Hotel Los Angeles - Los Angeles Hotels

Miyako Hotel Los Angeles

328 E 1st St, Los Angeles - Map
"Clean room and close to Union train station"
Felt comfortable in the area where there are plenty of restaurants and shops.
Traveller from sydney australia
Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Hotel - Los Angeles Hotels

Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Hotel

6101 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles - Map
4.1 out of 5 (4,894 reviews)
Chamberlain West Hollywood - West Hollywood Hotels

Chamberlain West Hollywood

1000 Westmount Dr, West Hollywood - Map
4.3 out of 5 (1,061 reviews)
The Hollywood Roosevelt - Hollywood Hotels

The Hollywood Roosevelt

7000 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood - Map
"Close to subway where you can ride to Santa Monica"
Valet parking attendances were lazy and wouldn't help with luggage collection after checkout. Other than that we had no problems.
A Traveller
The Mosaic Hotel - Beverly Hills - Beverly Hills Hotels

The Mosaic Hotel - Beverly Hills

125 S Spalding Dr, Beverly Hills - Map
"Right in the Heart of the Glamourous Beverly Hills"
This hotel was our first stop of a 6 week US Tour and we weren't disappointed. If you're looking to stay somewhere to see the expensive rodeo drive shops then this is the place to stay. its only a 15min Uber drive to all the touristy spots like Hollywood walk a fame. Service at the hotel was excellent, and they helped us out heaps with where to go to eat and what to see. Food wise there's a nice little cafe around the corner, i cant remember the name but its a great spot for breakfast. I'd recommend taking a drive to West Hollywood and getting Shake Shack or In n Out Burgers (its a MUST) Its a 5-10min walk to see all the expensive shops and who knows you might see a celeb ;) we got to meet Jamie lee Curtis! I'd recommend getting an Uber whenever you need to drive somewhere, so much cheaper than a Taxi. Hotel has really fast Free Wifi. I will say this is the best place to stay in LA if you've never been to LA before and also if you wanted to do all the touristy spots. Make sure you go to Griffith Park Observatory ;) Note if you're going somewhere like the Staples Center or Disney Land make sure you drive early! it took over an hour to get to Disney and nearly 45mins to staples center. LA traffic Sucks! lastly, the beds were comfy, the rooms aren't spectacular or big but they do the job; especially if you arent in the hotel all day. If you're tired after a long day of shopping id recommend sitting by the pool, soooooo relaxing!
Traveller from Canberra, Australia
Loews Hollywood Hotel - Hollywood Hotels

Loews Hollywood Hotel

1755 North Highland Avenue, Hollywood - Map
"Nice close to the boulevard "
So friendly. On our honeymoon and got an awesome upgrade.
A Traveller
Elan Hotel Los Angeles - Los Angeles Hotels

Elan Hotel Los Angeles

8435 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles - Map
Surprisingly decent location; at the end of the block is a big shopping mall, and there are lots of restaurants along N La Cienega St. I got upgraded to a King room at the back of the building which was great: small balcony overlooking the rear laneway (better than it sounds; nice to have some fresh air, and a bit of a view to the hills), VERY quiet, and a moderately spacious room (definitely enough room to move). Very nice touches like a daily weather forecast card and after dinner mints. Staff very accommodating. The included continental breakfast was simple, but adequate. Wifi included; works fine. About a 25-minute walk (8min drive) to the LA County Museum of Art and La Brea Tar Pits. Plenty of laundries on W 3rd St. A good base for exploring the Hollywood area out to the coast.
Traveller from Melbourne, AUS
Le Parc Suite Hotel - West Hollywood Hotels

Le Parc Suite Hotel

733 NW Knoll Drive, West Hollywood - Map
4.3 out of 5 (922 reviews)

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