Boutique hotels in Los Angeles offer cutting-edge style, elegance and architecture. Expect posh rooftop bars, first-class cuisine and a trendy ambiance where you can see and be seen. Stay by the beach in Santa Monica and enjoy your proximity to the Santa Monica Pier and vibrant Venice Beach Boardwalk, or live it up downtown at the modern-chic Standard Hotel and be just a stone’s throw from Ice Age fossils at the La Brea Tar Pits. Whichever boutique hotel you choose, you’re sure to feel like an A-list celebrity in Los Angeles.
Best Rooms: The best city views are found from rooms facing away from Wilshire Blvd. on floors 3 - 6.
Best Rooms: Request a Deluxe King room ending in *03 on floors 7 - 12; or a Deluxe Double room ending in *03 on floors 2 - 6; or ending in *14 on all floors for better views of the city skyscrapers.
Best Rooms: The Flower Room and Flower Suite have the best views of Flower Street. The Deluxe and Boutique rooms have views of surrounding buildings.
Best Rooms: The Upper Building offers more scenic city views than the Main Building. Odd-numbered rooms in the Upper Building also offer a view of the pool.
Best Rooms: All rooms offer serene views of the property grounds, but the Canyon View room types offer beautiful views on the hillside.
Best Rooms: All the rooms have views of the courtyard, so you won't really find any sweeping city views.
4 star hotel
2.91 mi from city center
Best Rooms: The first 4 floors of the hotel are for parking, so the lobby is on floor 5. The front side of the hotel will have views of the buildings in front, which are just as tall as the hotel. The views from the two sides of the hotel are obstructed by the adjacent buildings. Vista rooms and suites are on floors 15 and up; they're referred to as "Vista" because of the views offered.