Los Angeles’ best hotels offer much more than just eye-catching décor, unique amenities and fabulous views. They open windows onto vibrant neighborhoods, boast superb dining and drinking options.

Los Angeles‘ best hotels offer much more than just eye-catching décor, unique amenities and fabulous views. They open windows onto vibrant neighborhoods, boast superb dining and drinking options, and — most importantly — offer truly one-of-a-kind experiences, whether it’s a private butterfly sanctuary or a brush with Hollywoodglamour.
The Line Hotel

Adrian Gaut

This Koreatown hotel is the epicenter of hip. Ultra-modern rooms have floor-to-ceiling views (request one that faces the Hollywood Hills). Celeb chef Roy Choi runs the restaurants; you can dine in a faux greenhouse at Commissary or sample modern Korean fare at Pot. DJs spin in the main bar, and local design shop Poketo has an outpost in the lobby. The lively neighborhood is a terrific place to witness the revival of LA’s urban core.
Hotel Covell

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