Style Inspiration: 6 Los Angeles Hotels

Style Inspiration: 6 Los Angeles Hotels

Abby Stone
Jul 29, 2010

We love our hotels in Los Angeles. They're not just for visitors either. If you're looking for a great bar, restaurant, spa or hair salon, it's not unusual to find them in a hotel. But, since we live here, most of us are less likely to get a peek into the guest rooms so we've rounded up a couple of our favorites, the better to inspire you to bring hotel style to your home.

  • Maison 140 - One of Kelly Wearstler's first forays into Hollywood Regency takes a decidedly Asian turn. Exotic and inviting, the rooms are rich in saturated color and never boring.
  • The Avalon, Beverly Hills - The relaxed laid back vibe of Wearstler's first hotel mixes mid-century with the reknowned patio culture of LA. We love the mix of texture and that headboard gate.
  • The Four Seasons, Beverly Hills - Quiet and restrained, the decor is traditional with a slight Franco-Asian influence. It's a masculine room with touches of femininity that are soft without being frilly.
  • The London, West Hollywood - Masculine and cozy, the low furniture makes the room feel grounded. Try their trick of floating the bed in the middle of the room.
  • The Hollywood Roosevelt - Dodd Mitchell's design reeks of glamor and danger. It's tactile and inviting in shades of chocolate and cafe au lait. The Marilyn room lets you wrap yourself in folds of white, reminiscent of the white dress from The Seven Year Itch. Check out the flat screen on the ceiling!
  • Casa Del Mar, Santa Monica - The all white vibe feels cool and fresh. But the feeling here, a touch more formal than its laid back sibling, Shutters, across the street, is more plantation than beachy.


Images: Maison 140; Avalon, Beverly Hills; The Four Season, Beverly Hills; The London, West Hollywood; Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel; Casa Del Mar

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