“Bohemianism is a way of life. A state of mind. An atmosphere. It’s about living richly and irreverently, beyond convention. It’s about being uninhibited, unbuttoned, creative and free.” This manifesto has come truly alive at Petit Ermitage.
Unassuming on the outside and in name but decidedly young and hip with nightly pool parties, The Standard’s prime location on the infamous Sunset Strip and trendy style represent a great value for money.
The late 1960's design hits a very particular note at Thompson Beverly Hill, a sleek bachelor hideaway of polished solid wood, animal skins, and dark leather. The macho elegance exudes a very calm and classy atmosphere in any of the 107 rooms.
If you feel like you’ve just been transported to Paris then this hotel has got it just right as that is the essence of the chic design. With only 44 rooms Maison 140 gives very personal service and exudes a seductive vintage ambience.
Next door to the Getty Museum and a short drive to majority of Los Angeles hot spots and best attractions is Hotel Angeleno. It makes most of its elevated location by offering stretching views from many of its stylish rooms and the seasonally focused restaurant.
Erwin Hotel claims to be the only beachfront boutique hotel on Venice Beach. Whether this is the case or not we like it for the location and ocean-inspired stylish rooms.