Luxe Los Angeles – Star Destinations in the City of Angels


Throughout awards season, the spotlight shines bright on Hollywood as the city prepares for the year’s biggest events – from Television Academy’s Emmy Awards, to the Golden Globes, Grammy Awards, and Oscars! We invite you to experience the excitement and glamour of awards season at these luxury destinations.


Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles

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Given the diverse nature of Los Angeles, it makes perfect sense to experience it from a luxury hotel located centrally.  The newly-renovated Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills is hidden in plain sight offering a glamorous but low-key oasis at the heart of the city, with the addition of new wellness rooms. Culina restaurant offers a wide menu of culturally-inspired dishes and a sumptuous Sunday brunch. The Vinoteca lounge is an Italian-inspired wine and espresso bar ideal for either a fine coffee experience to start the day or a sensual glass of wine to end one.

300 South Doheny Drive, Los Angeles, CA


Sunset Tower

Terrace at Sunset Tower ©Sunset Tower

A little over decade ago, owner Jeff Klein first reinvented the landmark Sunset Tower, creating what is known today as the unofficial epicenter of Hollywood. Klein embarked on a refresh of the hotel and common areas with his personal touch with the goal of restoring its heart and soul while not compromising the character of such an iconic building. The dining arrangements focus on two distinct options, the Tower Bar and the Terrace.  The Tower Bar is very grown-up with walnut paneling, a fireplace, and classic bar – located in what was formerly the room of a gangster at the Tower, Bugsy Siegel.  Maitre’D Gabe Doppelt is at the helm of this luxurious restaurant.

8358 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA


Number 850 Hotel

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The newest addition to hotelier and restaurateur Jeff Klein’s JK Hotel Group, Hotel 850 Bis is a new hotel concept inspired by European residential-style properties where the comforts and accoutrements of home blend seamlessly with the luxury and service of a contemporary hotel.  Nestled on a beautiful street in West Hollywood, the historic building’s circa 1918 bungalow façade leads to a newly designed property developed by architect Marc Appleton and designer Rita Konig in partnership with Klein. Have breakfast in the Living Room or enjoy the Rooftop deck with outdoor seating and a fireplace and take in the Los Angeles landscape.

850 N. San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA


Beverly Hilton

The Beverly Hilton

Opened in 1955 by distinguished hotelier Conrad Hilton, the Beverly Hilton, a Forbes Four-Star hotel, is nestled at the crossroads of the iconic Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards. The hotel combines the excitement and entertainment of Hollywood with the prestige of Beverly Hills. The 569-room hotel features 101 suites including nine private luxury suites within the Penthouse Collection. With more than 60,000 square feet of indoor and open-air event space, the Beverly Hilton boasts the most technologically-advanced meeting space of its kind in the country. The hotel’s renowned International Ballroom plays host to glamorous annual events including the Golden Globe Awards Show, Oscar Nominee Luncheon, Pre-GRAMMYs Gala, and the Milken Institute’s Global Conference. The legendary Aqua Star Pool is Beverly Hills’ largest pool and is the setting for numerous recognizable photo shoots. Circa 55 restaurant entices guests with locally-sourced cuisine in a stylish setting overlooking the pool.

9876 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA


Chateau Marmont

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It doesn’t get much more Hollywood than the Chateau Marmont hotel on Los Angeles’ iconic Sunset Boulevard, a luxury retreat built in 1920 with plans from a Loire Valley castle. Between its kitted-out poolside and hillside bungalows and the decadent main chateau, the architecture and grounds make quite a first impression. The hotel has a beautiful heated outdoor pool surrounded by gardens and a large sun patio. Indulge yourself with Chateau Marmont’s intimate dining room and garden terrace serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or enjoy a cocktail at Bar Marmont.

8221 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA



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