West Hollywood Hotels
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The London West Hollywood

The London West Hollywood Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Just off the Sunset Strip, the London offers the highest levels of luxury and service at reasonable prices. With 200 beautifully appointed, 750-square-foot rooms, a rooftop pool and fitness area with panoramic views, and a restaurant from star chef Gordon Ramsay, the hotel attracts a sophisticated set who expect service as great as the value.
Petit Ermitage

Petit Ermitage Rating: 4.0 Pearls

It's a matter of taste. The hotel's bohemianism -- think hipsters and distressed fixtures -- will appeal to some but not others. Oyster's take? We dig it, man. For half the price of some of its competitors, you get amodern, truly unique boutique with large suites (many with kitchens) and a lovely rooftop pool.
Sofitel Los Angeles

Sofitel Los Angeles Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Massively renovated in 2006, this 295-room outlet of a French chain on the border of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills combines Continental elegance and Hollywood trendiness, with luxurious rooms, a trendy bar and restaurant, and a gorgeous spa and fitness center. Too bad the tiny pool is plagued by street noise and an unsightly view of the mall next door.
Andaz West Hollywood

Andaz West Hollywood Rating: 4.0 Pearls

It's no longer as hip or famous as its West Hollywood neighbors (the Chateau, Sunset Tower, and Mondrian), and the service can be spotty. But there's plenty to like about the new Andaz, which was once (in)famously known as the "Riot Hyatt": rotating art exhibits, a lovely rooftop pool, and sleek rooms with sweet views and free snacks and drinks.
Chamberlain West Hollywood

Chamberlain West Hollywood Rating: 4.0 Pearls

THIS PROPERTY HAS UNDERGONE RENOVATIONS SINCE OUR VISIT. WE WILL UPDATE THE PHTOS AND TEXT AS SOON AS WE CAN. Tucked away in a quiet residential neighborhood within 10 minutes of the Sunset Strip, the 114-room Chamberlain has spacious rooms and a lovely rooftop pool. It's a fine hotel, though it's also worth considering the London West Hollywood, which has larger, somewhat more attractive rooms, a spectacular rooftop pool and fitness area, and a Gordon Ramsay restaurant.
Mondrian Los Angeles

Mondrian Los Angeles Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This ornately designed Sunset Strip hotel, already an icon less than a decade and a half after opening, has an exclusive poolside lounge and more scene than even the Sunset Marquis. A 2008 renovation, polishing rooms that are second only to those at the SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills for cutting-edge style, keeps the pretty people coming back -- and keeps commoners satisfied too.
Sunset Marquis Hotel & Villas

Sunset Marquis Hotel & Villas Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A-list rockers have been flocking to the Sunset Marquis, located steps from the Sunset Strip, since it opened in 1963 as a cheap motel for musicians. It offers 154 spacious rooms featuring up-to-date amenities -- including large flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and nice Italian toiletries -- and decor that ranges from homey to sleek. Hotel highlights include a top-notch restaurant, a cozy bar, two pools, and a wonderful spa.
Sunset Tower Hotel

Sunset Tower Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A rejuvenated Sunset Strip landmark with just 74 rooms, the Art Deco Sunset Tower draws A-list celebrities and treats everyday guests like stars with impeccable service and a vibe that channels the glamorous history of Hollywood. Despite its small pool, the Tower is still a great value.
The Standard Hollywood

The Standard Hollywood Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 139-room hip boutique offers stylish lodgings and a prime Sunset Strip location for lower rates than the Mondrian (but with less luxurious rooms). You won't get this much (cool pool, cheap 24-hour restaurant, great nightlife) for this little elsewhere on the Strip. But there is no fitness center, spa, or business center on site. Guests, primarily singles or couples without children, don't seem to miss the extra amenities, focusing more on the boutique's party atmosphere and stylish offerings. Families, while welcome, may be better suited elsewhere.
The Orlando

The Orlando Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A location right on Third Street, one of L.A.'s best stretches of trendy shops and restaurants, is this mellow boutique hotel's most notable feature. Its 95 rooms are large and comfortable but not quite luxurious, and there's no party scene. Plus, the hotel underwent extensive renovations in 2011, so at least the spaces are clean and new, with some definite style. For a centrally located base for shopping or business, the stylish and affordable Orlando is a solid pick.


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