Spacious fitness center offers cardio machines and Peloton bikes
Pet welcome amenities and Shinola dog beds
Free Wi-Fi throughout
Responsive text message system to reach staff
Valet parking available (extra charge)
10,000 square feet of designer event space
Extra charge for valet parking (typical in Los Angeles)
Pool is narrow
Reservations might be necessary to visit Harriet's
The upscale Jeremy West Hollywood is one of the newest hotels on the famous Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. Los Angeles is teeming with hip hotels, and though The Jeremy certainly fits the trendy bill, it also has a slight corporate vibe that brings a sense of dependability and order to the works. Sophisticated rooms and suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows and Mid-Century Modern and industrial touches. Extensive art, communal working space, and healthy gourmet food were designed to make millennials happy. The highlight features are Harriet's Rooftop cocktail lounge and the elevated outdoor pool -- both offer epic views and attention to stylish details. Just about the only negative is pricey valet parking. For something more classic Hollywood on Sunset Strip, check rates at the Sunset Tower Hotel, right down the street.
Bright and airy design hotel with communal vibe and original artwork
The Jeremy consists of two identical towers and an enormous dreamcatcher (made by artist Janet Echelman) strung between the open-air space. Guests arriving via ride share get dropped off at street level (there's a small driveway) and guests who need to valet park should drive down the ramp. Inside the street level entrance, expect to see large murals and escalators leading down to the lobby. The lobby is a cavernous space, broken up by stylish seating clusters seemingly designed for Instagram. Succulents, art books, and textiles are artfully arranged and there's a purple neon sign with an inspirational quote on one wall. Individual reception desks are tucked away unobtrusively in the back of the lobby. One cool perk? Staff is available 24/7 via text message to help with anything. The hotel opened in 2018 and the design is clearly aimed at Millennials, but the hotel is popular with business travelers as well. It also hosts Hollywood events and locals come to work at Etcho Cafe and have drinks at the rooftop cocktail lounge.
In West Hollywood on Sunset Strip, across the street from famous Saddle Ranch
The Jeremy is located on the prime intersection of Sunset Boulevard and La Cienega Boulevard in the LGBT and party-friendly neighborhood of West Hollywood. It's directly across the street from a convenience store and a few blocks from the famous Saddle Ranch bar and Comedy Store stand-up comedy venue. The Sunset Strip has long been known for its famed music clubs like the House of Blues, the Roxy, Viper Room, and Whisky A Go-Go. Sunset Plaza, for a few shops and popular restaurants, is a six-minute walk away.
10-minute drive the Hollywood Walk of Fame
18-minute drive to Universal Studios Hollywood
18-minute drive to shopping on Rodeo Drive
30-minute drive to Santa Monica and Venice Beach
30-minute drive to Burbank domestic airport
45-minute drive to Los Angeles International Airport
Mid-Century Modern and industrial rooms and suites with a clean aesthetic and huge windows
The Jeremy has a lot going for it, and the rooms are no exception. There are several categories, all with different views, configurations, and perks. The overall look is a combination of industrial meets Mid-Century Modern. Expect clean lines and a mostly neutral color palette, with high end finishes and textiles. The Loft Suite features a sitting area with a sofa and flat-screen TV. There's a second flat-screen TV in the bedroom area, plus a Nespresso machine, empty mini-fridge, kettle, Tazo tea, and free boxed water. Wi-Fi is free. The built-in closet holds slippers, robes, and an electronic safe. Large windows overlook Sunset Boulevard. The spacious bathroom holds a private water closet, plus a soaking tub and glass shower. Dual sinks are provided in the large vanity, which is stocked with toiletries and a hairdryer. Evening turndown service is a luxe touch.
Etcho Cafe, Harriett's rooftop cocktail lounge, rooftop pool, and Peloton bikes
Features are beautifully designed and cater towards relaxation and work. Etcho Cafe, located just off the super stylish lobby, is a hybrid work space/coffee counter/marketplace/restaurant/bar. It's open early with menu items like avocado toast and grain bowls, and it stays open late with desserts and cocktails. On our visit, the tables stayed busy during the day with people on laptops and taking business meetings. At night, candles on the tables transformed it into a relaxed lounge. For better views, take the express elevator up to the 9th floor for Harriett's rooftop cocktail lounge. The garden-like space offers gorgeous views of Los Angeles and the rooftop is set with chic striped banquettes and intimate tables. Reservations are recommended, especially on weekends. Room service is available 24 hours, and it's served take-out style in bags with disposable cutlery.
For relaxing, the rooftop pool is the place to be. There's an indoor bar (and staff delivers food and drinks to lounge chairs) and a small indoor seating area for those who want a break from the sun. Out at the pool, expect lots of potted plants, endless city views, and white sun loungers with umbrellas. The modern fitness center is on the same level. It's stocked with modern cardio equipment, plus Peloton bikes. Large windows let in lots of natural sunlight.
Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel. For events, there's over 10,000 square feet of space. Pets are welcome and catered to with Shinola dog beds. Valet parking is available for a pricey fee -- typical of Los Angeles.
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