Within a short walk of the center of West Hollywood’s nightlife, this 23-room property combines a century-old bungalow with a new building tucked discreetly behind it. Though the hotel lacks a bar and a restaurant, public spaces include a compact lobby-lounge, a sunny roof terrace (rooftop picnics can be arranged) and the cozy Living Room, where small continental breakfast buffets are served (savory items and hot dishes are available via room service). Each room is individually decorated. Airy suites come with wood floors, white-marble baths, bright corner living rooms, furnished terraces with views of the Century City skyline beyond the West Hollywood rooftops and bedrooms with gas fireplaces. The youthful staff are friendly and housekeeping conscientious.
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Lowest Rate: Standard Queen, $320; Editor’s Choice: One-Bedroom Suite, $990.
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.
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