West LA Hotels
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Mr. C Beverly Hills

Mr. C Beverly Hills Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Though the name claims Beverly Hills, the 138-room Mr. C (of the Cipriani brand) is really located in West L.A. In fairness, though, it is incredibly close to Beverly Hills and has the feel of some Beverly Hills hotels -- with large chandeliers, black-and-white Hollywood photographs, and a trendy pool scene. For those with ultra-discerning taste, the decor may better indicate what "posh" was a few years ago, but the rooms are sexy and sleek, and each has its own balcony. Those wishing for a true Beverly Hills hotel may consider staying at the Beverly Wilshire or the Thompson.
Hotel Palomar Los Angeles - Beverly Hills

Hotel Palomar Los Angeles - Beverly Hills Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Just blocks from UCLA (but unfortunately close to little else), this 238-room Kimpton hotel, opened in 2008, offers big 350-square-foot standard rooms (luxuriously outfitted with 42-inch flat-screens and Frette linens), a small heated pool, free coffee and wine hours, and a no-fee pet policy.
Luxe Hotel Sunset Blvd, Bel Air

Luxe Hotel Sunset Blvd, Bel Air Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Popular for weddings and conventions, this 160-room luxury boutique hotel in Bel Air may be far removed from the action of Santa Monica and Hollywood, but it offers 522-square-foot standard rooms with free Wi-Fi and loads of extra amenities (tennis court, pool, spa, free business center) spread over an expansive seven-acre estate.
InterContinental Los Angeles

InterContinental Los Angeles Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 364-room hotel in Century City, a commercial center for LA's TV and movie industry, features big rooms (starting at 425 square feet) with balconies and great views, free car service in a hybrid car, a sushi bar, and 24-hour room service. But room decor is a little bland, and the fitness center isn't as impressive as the Hyatt Regency's (although unlike the Hyatt's, it's free).
Hyatt Regency Century Plaza

Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 726-room behemoth in Century City, the commercial hub of LA's entertainment industry, has contemporary rooms with iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, and balconies (some with fantastic views). The pool is huge and the Equinox gym is the largest in L.A. -- but be prepared to pay if you want to use it. The nearby InterContinental has a less impressive -- but free -- gym, and bigger rooms.
W Los Angeles Westwood

W Los Angeles Westwood Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A W that boasts style and substance, this branch has it all: excellent service, amenities aplenty, a hip bar, and large, pimped-out rooms (including almost 150 huge suites). Westwood isn't the most happening place, but it's a fine base for exploring other areas, and the W itself compares favorably with its similarly priced competitors across the entire city.
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.
Crowne Plaza Hotel Beverly Hills

Crowne Plaza Hotel Beverly Hills Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Though it claims to be a "luxury boutique" hotel in Beverly Hills, this 258-room property is actually a generic chain hotel in West Los Angeles. It has some amenities -- a small pool and fitness center, a free business center -- but for the price, guests can do better at the Orlando.


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