“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.”
“Rising from the L.A. Live wattage is a gleaming new two-hotel complex, at 900 West Olympic Boulevard. Even the most basic rooms deliver a supreme pampering at the Ritz. The 24th floor is also home to WP24, the celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck’s take on modern Chinese cuisine.”
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“Stylish hostels are nothing new these days—but this Roman & Williams-designed space, which opened in summer 2017, takes the lowly genre to new levels. Worth it for the Downtown location, affordable rates, designer interiors, and rooftop bar/pool.”
“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.”