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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.

Hotel Angeleno

Hotel Angeleno Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Don't let the location inches from the 405 freeway scare you. The 209-room Hotel Angeleno, a 10-minute drive from UCLA and the Getty, is one of L.A.'s best values. Not much is within walking distance, but the rooms are immaculate, the pool is pleasant, the Wi-Fi is free, and the penthouse restaurant has panoramic views.

Maison 140 Beverly Hills

Maison 140 Beverly Hills Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This tiny, 43-room boutique makes up in style what it lacks in size and amenities. Granted there's no pool, real business center, or even a restaurant -- but the unique Chinoiserie and Parisian-inspired rooms, cozy lobby bar with nightly absinthe happy hours, and central Beverly Hills location lure in a loyal crowd. Guest rooms were completely renovated in May 2011 by Kelly Wearstler, as well as certain furnishings in the lobby.

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.

Luxe Hotel Rodeo Drive

Luxe Hotel Rodeo Drive Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 86-room Beverly Hills boutique may lack an on-site fitness center, spa, or pool, but its low rates for such a prime Rodeo Drive location, rooms with luxury Egyptian cotton bedding and free Wi-Fi, plus free daily passes to the nearby Sports Club/LA make it a great value in a glitzy neighborhood.

Hotel Erwin

Hotel Erwin Rating: 3.0 Pearls

An eccentric 119-room hotel for budget-conscious travelers that's an easy walk to Venice Beach and plays off the area's hippie-centric history. It doesn't quite live up to the laid-back image it projects -- the lobby is a zoo -- but it does have unexpectedly large rooms and remarkably comfortable beds (evidence of a multimillion-dollar renovation in 2009) in a neighborhood with very few hotels.

Magic Castle Hotel

Magic Castle Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Located steps from Hollywood Boulevard, the Magic Castle is a quirky, unpretentious 40-room hotel with simple, spacious rooms, an exhaustive list of free perks (Wi-Fi, breakfast, minibar treats), access to the exclusive Magic Castle club next door, and exceptional service. Overall, it's a great value and one of L.A.'s hidden gems.

The Standard, Downtown LA

The Standard, Downtown LA Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This once-hip, 207-room hotel may be the forgotten child of the Standard empire -- it's run-down and partied out -- but the poolside view is still hard to beat, the design is still striking, and the prices can dip way low. A fine deal for low-budget travelers who want a stellar downtown location and don't mind some grime.

Venice On The Beach Hotel

Venice On The Beach Hotel Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The pastel pink Venice on the Beach Hotel is a good budget option for families and couples who want to enjoy a beach vacation in Los Angeles without spending a lot of money or enduring a long drive from the airport. As at many small hotels, there isn't much to do on-site, but the neighborhoods of Venice and Santa Monica are loaded with options and activities. Be warned -- parking is severely limited. The nearby Inn at Venice Beach is definitely more stylish and has private parking, but lacks direct beach access.

Rodeway Inn & Suites Pacific Coast Highway

Rodeway Inn & Suites Pacific Coast Highway Rating: 2.0 Pearls

A motel property, the Rodeway Inn and Suites is convenient as a pit stop on a road trip down the Pacific Coast Highway. There aren't many amenities -- no pool or fitness center -- but rooms do have free Wi-Fi, coffeemakers, mini-fridges, and microwaves (there is also a room option with a big hot tub). The hotel has ample parking and good service, but outdated rooms have unappealing bedspreads and bedskirts.


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