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10 Hip Hotels in Los Angeles

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Living in Los Angeles can sometimes leave me with a loss for what to tell people who visit the city on where they should stay. But, there are 10 places that are unique to the city which make up my list for the Top 10 Hippest Hotels in the City of Angels.

1. The Line Hotel – Koreatown


Enjoy your vacation in one of The Line’s chic rooms, which have amazing views with floor to ceiling windows that overlook Los Angeles. Kick off the weekend at their unique hotel bar, The Commissary, located inside a greenhouse on the second floor terrace or check out some of the many restaurants and shops Koreatown has to offer. {$200 – $250 per night}

2. Avalon Hotel – Beverly Hills


This mid-century modern hotel has the best poolside atmosphere in Beverly Hills. Spend your vacation focusing on “me” time and hang out in a cabana reading a book or sign up for one of their poolside yoga classes. In the evening, have dinner at their hotel restaurant, The Viviane, which is well known for its unique and delicious cuisine. {$230 – $300 per night}

3. Ace Hotel – Downtown Los Angeles

This artsy hotel is a definite hotspot in Downtown Los Angeles. Famous for housing movies and its unbelievable theater this is the place to go if you want to catch a show, or watch an amazing performance. Check out their rooftop while watching the sunset and enjoying the panoramic views of the city. {$225 – $350 per night}

4. Hotel Covell  – East Hollywood


Built in a 1930’s brick building, this retro boutique hotel is on the top of my list. Every room in this hotel has an apartment-like feel, with all the necessities you will need during your stay. Spend your evenings hanging out at the trendy bar downstairs or catch some sun from their stylish and chic rooftop terrace. {$350 – $400 per night}

5.  Andaz Hyatt Hotel – West Hollywood


Once called the Riot House for famous Rock and Roll parties, this modern hotel is located between the Hollywood Hills and Sunset Strip. With one of the best hotel pools in Los Angeles, hang out and enjoy the beautiful view from a poolside cabana. {$250 – $400 per night}

6. W Los Angeles – West Beverly Hills

This recently renovated contemporary hotel helps guests relax and unwind during their stay by offering a soft and subtle ambiance to all of their rooms. Sip on a fancy cocktail at the hotel lounge, or hang out by the pool. This hotel is the perfect girls weekend spot. {$250 – $350 per night}

7. Farmer’s Daughter Hotel – Culver City


This trendy, hip hotel is located on Fairfax and is just walking distance away from many museums, galleries and dive bars. Spend your weekend relaxing in their country styled rooms or kicking back on their cute outdoor patio while listening to live music. {$125 – $200 per night}

8. Viceroy Hotel – Santa Monica

Tucked away in beachy Santa Monica is the Viceroy hotel, spend your vacation just walking distance from the beach. This retro chic hotel is ornately decorated with bold splashes of color in each room. Plan an afternoon trip to hike the Santa Monica mountains or lounge by the glamorous pool. {$400 – $500 per night}

9. Palihouse – Santa Monica


This small boutique hotel is the best staycation spot for those who love aesthetics and interior design. The hotel is located inside a beautiful Spanish Colonial style building, which is actually a historic landmark in Santa Monica. The inside is just as breathtaking as the outside. Each one of the 36 hotel rooms are uniquely decorated, so each guest experiences a different stay. {$375 – $475 per night}

10. Montage Hotel – Beverly Hills


The Montage Beverly Hills Hotel is one of my favorite hotels in Los Angeles and has by far one of the most elegant rooftop pools I’ve ever been to. Spend time lounging out by the pool or treating yourself to a massage and facial at their luxurious spa. {$700 – $800 per night}

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