4.3 Mama Shelter Los Angeles

Mama Shelter Hotel, Los Angeles

New York Times

“For a nontraditional Los Angeles hotel, you really can’t go wrong with Mama Shelter. The friendly staff was a huge plus, as its infectious enthusiasm set a welcoming tone throughout the property.”

$ 169 $ 169 $ 169 $ 169
4.1 Line Hotel Los Angeles

The Line Hotel, Los Angeles

New York Times

“The Line Hotel retains some of the stripped-concrete walls and industrial-chic aesthetic. This new hotel is shaping up to be the “it” location for night owls and adventurous omnivores. Its biggest accomplishment is introducing visitors to the gems of little-known Koreatown.”

$ 179 $ 179 $ 179 $ 179
4.4 Kimpton Wilshire LA

Kimpton Hotel Wilshire, Los Angeles


“Smack in the middle of a pedestrian strip of Wilshire Boulevard, adjacent to Beverly Hills, sits the newly opened Hotel Wilshire. The block isn’t the sexiest, but the glass facade of this environmentally sustainable boutique property goes a long way toward classing up the area.”

$ 208 $ 208 $ 208 $ 208
4.4 Viceroy Santa Monica Hotel

Hotel Viceroy Santa Monica, Los Angeles


“There’s barely enough time in the day to explain why the Viceroy Santa Monica rocks. It’s a block from the ocean. Its modern, art-deco style channels everything sexy about the 1960s and 1970s with none of the kitsch.”

$ 280 $ 280 $ 280 $ 280
4.7 Peninsula Beverly Hills

Resort Peninsula Beverly Hills, Los Angeles


“If regular old five-star luxury doesn’t cut it, there’s always the Peninsula Beverly Hills. Just don’t expect a raucous party. Discretion is the order of the day here. Quiet elegance abounds, with conveniences including complimentary around-the clock-check in.”

$ 605 $ 605 $ 605 $ 605
4.3 Chateau Marmont Los Angeles

Hotel Chateau Marmont, Los Angeles


“Rumor has it The Eagles Grammy Award-winning ‘Hotel California’ was inspired by this iconic chateau at the eastern edge of Hollywood’s Sunset Strip. You’ll feel like a celeb yourself as you ride the elevator straight from the garage to your room, avoiding the front desk staff and the paparazzi.”

$ 450 $ 450 $ 450 $ 450
4.4 Shutters on the Beach Hotel

Hotel Shutters On The Beach Santa Monica, Los Angeles


“Favored by celebs wanting a quiet escape, Santa Monica’s glamorous beachfront resort transports you to that cozy beach house of your dreams, with comfy throws and breezy interiors.”

$ 595 $ 595 $ 595 $ 595
4.5 Terranea Resort LA

Terranea Oceanfront Resort, Los Angeles


“Just south of Los Angeles, atop the Palo Verdes Peninsula, Terranea offers ocean view guest rooms decked out with luxurious perks such as deep tubs and rain showers.”

$ 304 $ 304 $ 304 $ 304
4.4 Palihouse Santa Monica

Aparthotel Palihouse Santa Monica, Los Angeles


“It’s easy to feel like a local at the Palihouse, a elegant boutique hotel tucked away in a leafy, residential corner of Santa Monica. Its roomy, apartment-style residences make for a glamorous home away from home.”

$ 315 $ 315 $ 315 $ 315
4.6 AKA Beverly Hills

Aparthotel AKA Beverly Hills, Los Angeles


“A self-described luxury temporary residence, the AKA Beverly Hills offers guests the space and comfort of an apartment, with the service and amenities you’d expect at a five-star hotel.”

$ 415 $ 415 $ 415 $ 415
4.2 HI Hostel Santa Monica

HI Hostel Santa Monica, Los Angeles

The Guardian

“This great value hostel is adjacent to Venice and the famed Pacific beaches, and has 260 beds spread around colourful dorms, doubles and family rooms, plus kitchen, library and laundry facilities.”

$ 38 $ 38 $ 38 $ 38
4.4 Orange Drive Hostel LA

Orange Drive Hostel Hollywood, Los Angeles

The Guardian

“A short stroll from Hollywood Boulevard, this remodeled 1920s house offers an all-you-can-make breakfast from 7am to 10am and significant reductions for those who stay for seven days or more.”

$ 38 $ 38 $ 38 $ 38