This post originally appeared on Aweinclusive’s “Hipmunk Hotels: West Hollywood Is Booming With Amazing Hotels. Check Out Our Faves” written by Michaela Hall and posted on 17 February, 2016.
Where you stay in West Hollywood is the difference between an incredible trip and one that barely elicits a “meh.”
Here are our favorite, luxury hotels and a budget option for those who must visit WeHo, but don’t want to break the bank.
A Hidden Paradise Awaits
As far as hotels go, Sunset Marquis Hotel has no problem standing out from among the crowd of accommodation options in this busy metropolis.
What stands out about this gem of a hotel is that it’s hard to believe you’re in the middle of a bustling city. The landscaping does an incredible job of creating a secluded paradise you won’t want to leave.
Upgrade to a villa if you’re in the mood for more privacy and beautiful strolls through the beautiful, surrounding gardens.
More Than Picture Perfect
As beautiful as they are, pictures hardly do justice for the look and vibe of the Mondrian Los Angeles.
Set in the fantastic West Hollywood backdrop, this hotel is far from average. Rooms are cozy and luxe with a touch of whimsy to get you in a playful mood.
Take in perfect skyline views from the Skybar lounge or adjacent pool while you’re pinching yourself to make sure it isn’t all a dream.
Be careful. We hear that living in the lap of luxury is quite addictive!
Call London On The House
Don’t even bother comparing the amenities offered at London West Hollywood to other hotels.
Guests will enjoy private outdoor areas, complimentary calls overseas, and a luxury bathroom with soaking tub.
Located right around the corner from Sunset Boulevard, this hotel offers premier room styles that leave you wondering why you ever booked anywhere else.
You’ll want to make reservations at the on-site Boxwood Cafe to enjoy chef-inspired meals that will brighten your mood.
A Little Bit of Rock and Roll
The Grafton on Sunset isn’t your average boutique hotel.
Nestled inside of its walls is a stylish and edgy retreat that will make you think twice when it’s time to checkout.
Their promise of exemplary customer service is more than music to your ears. This rock and roll inspired hotel backs up its claims with a hotel staff that understands and caters to your needs.
Two on-site dining options are at your disposal. Oliver’s Primetime Steakhouse offers guests a premier dining experience while Bar 20 offers a place to unwind in a more causal setting.
West Hollywood Budget Option
For the best bang for your buck, book at the Wilshire Orange Hotel.
This extended stay hotel is a step up from a hostel offering private rooms with private or shared bathrooms.
This hotel is best suited for those who are self-sufficient – a manager isn’t always on the premises and who plan on taking public transportation – parking is limited.
It’s a heck of a steal in a pricey area for those who don’t need all the frills.
What are you waiting for? Go ahead and book your trip today before all the good rooms are snatched up!
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