“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.”
“This freshly minted, 350-room property celebrates Downtown’s colorful backstory: wagon-shaped lobby lights pay tribute to the Fiesta de Las Flores, blown-up paparazzi shots around the elevators nod to vaudeville and early movie days.”
“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.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Los Angeles.