Best Los Angeles Hotels

How much you pay for a hotel room depends on the season in which you are holidaying. For instance, you may be able to rent a room in a luxury hotel in the off-season for the same amount you would pay for a room in a mid-priced hotel. Sometimes, the rate during the working week is lower than that charged over the weekend.

In Los Angeles there are many hotels to choose from and here is a list of the best hotels in the city.

Los Angeles is filled with celebrities and the places they visit are considered to be “in”. This of course changes every year but right now, the most popular hotel with visiting celebrities is the Viceroy hotel. Situated in Santa Monica, this trendy hotel has an English theme.

The Beverly Hills Hotel on Sunset Boulevard is an old favorite with the rich and famous. A stay here is well worth the dent it will create in your bank account. Celebrity sightings are common and you must visit the Pink Palace, a tribute to Hollywood’s Golden Age.

To re-live the glorious 20s, you should stay at the Chateau Marmont on Sunset Boulevard. This magnificent hotel’s patrons include Garbo, Errol Flynn, Marlon Brando, James Dean, Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable. Another popular hotel is the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Downtown LA. You would have probably seen this hotel in movies such as Chinatown, Ghostbusters, Bugsy, and Beverly Hills Cop and has been popular with celebrities since the early 20s.

Hotels spring up in Los Angeles at regular intervals. The best new hotel in the city is The Ambrose. Situated in Santa Monica, this hotel comes close to being paradise with its peaceful environment and stylish surroundings.

If you are in Los Angles on work, you should stay at the Westin Bonaventure & Suites in Downtown LA. Every room comes with a work desk, a fax machine and two-line phones. The hotel also has excellent recreational facilities. Or if you want to stay at Beverly Hills, book into the Raffles L’Ermitage. Each room is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and caters to your every need.

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