7950 Melrose Avenue – Los Angeles, CA
The Palihotel Melrose is a beautiful 32 room boutique hotel located in the West Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles. The rustic and bohemian decor throughout the property casts a feeling of intimacy and comfort making us feel right at home. Each space feels uniquely curated with the most beautiful furniture, textiles, and art. While it may seem a bit secluded and further from the same hustle and bustle over at its luxurious sister property, The Palihouse, this hotel is in close proximity to some of LA’s best shopping.
THE ROSE HOTEL
15 Rose Avenue – Venice, CA
There’s just something about The Rose Hotel that make us feel like everyone should experience it at least once. Staying here helps us feel more in tune with our inner hippie. Maybe it’s the lack of TVs or the close proximity to the Pacific Ocean, but we feel more at peace when staying here. The location can’t be beat if you enjoy the laid-back and colorful nature of Venice Beach. Everyone here is relaxed, and there is a sense of community when sharing the French press coffee and fresh croissants with new friends each morning. It is important to note that some rooms have shared bathroom facilities. If this bothers you, make sure to be mindful when booking.
929 South Broadway – Los Angeles, CA
Think of the Ace Hotel as a way of life. It’s for sure the trendiest hotel on our list, housed in the historic United Artists building in the upbeat district of Downtown LA. The stylish and eclectic furnishings only add to the beautifully preserved elements of the architecture. Every detail has been carefully curated within guest rooms, from the turntables and handpicked collection of vinyls to the thoughtful mini-bar selections. Staying at the Ace also provides smooth access to the happening events and entertainment located within the hotel – think BB Dakota pop-up shops, FYF Fest pre-parties, and film screenings like Arcade Fire’s feature film The Reflektor Tapes. This hotel is so cool, it hurts.