Accommodation In Hollywood
Rooftops and rock ‘n’ roll
The entertainment capital of the world as it stands today is more grunge than glamour, but it still sparkles with the glitz from Hollywood’s golden past. The film industry trumpets here, and you can make like the rich and famous and spend a night in the iconic Hollywood Roosevelt.
The Roosevelt is a Los Angeles legend and it stands within steps of Grauman’s Chinese Theater. The location of the first ever Academy Awards is a fine example of glamour and elegance, and today, is one of the hottest spots in town with Teddy’s Bar and an exclusive rooftop pool.
Spoils and sophistication
With its roots firmly in film and rock ‘n’ roll, Hollywood has seen its fair share of controversy, but a new era of celebrity has dawned, and with that comes a collection of ultra-chic boutique hotels.
‘Shine like a star’ at the exclusive W Hollywood. Sophisticated and exclusive, you can indulge in fabulous cuisine, luxuriate at the rooftop Wet Lounge, or enjoy the spoils of the hotels’ Whatever/Whenever service. Also featuring a rooftop pool, the lavish Loews Hollywood Hotel spoils guests with its contemporary chic designer guest rooms and a day spa.
You certainly don’t need the bank account of a celebrity to experience the buzz of Tinseltown. You can save a little extra for seeing the sights by choosing from a great range of comfortable and budget-friendly options.
The Best Western Hollywood Plaza Inn features a pool and restaurant onsite, and is within walking distance from the Kodak Theater and the Hollywood and Highland Centre. The comfortable and affordable Days Inn, Travelodge and Holiday Inn Express hotels can also be found in the area.