There are two locations for Los Angeles, The Standard Hollywood and Downtown LA. And where you decide to stay will depend on where you want to focus your time. There's nothing quite more LA than arriving at The Standard Hollywood and being greeted in reception with a human sized fish tank and a gorgeous half naked hunk or swimsuit cladded starlet reading a book or giving you a welcoming wave. Rooms either face out to the pool and downtown or across to the Hollywood hills and the Sunset Strip. Simple Clean design with quirky details, and if it's good enough for Carrie Bradshaw (Escape from New York) then it's good enough for us.
Once a landmark hotel famous for it's rock 'n roll parties hosted by the likes of the Rolling Stones, The Who and Led Zeppelin. The hip boutique hotel offers spectacular views of Los Angeles downtown, the Hollywood hills and the Sunset Strip not to mention it's fabulous rooftop pool and modern and uncomplicated decor. The Andaz is set above the strip and in the heart of West Hollywood. If this is where you propose to spend most of your JetSetter experience, then this is an ideal hotel for you.
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Nothing is more iconic than this art deco hotel on the Sunset Strip. Designed in 1929, originally as an apartment block, has housed the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor and Frank Sinatra. During the 1950's The Sunset Tower Hotel was as much a landmark than the Hollywood sign itself. During the 1980's it was saved from demolition and was turned into a luxury hotel and preserves many of the original art deco features. It boasts panoramic views of the city from it's stunning rooftop pool, terrace bar and cafe. If you have the cash to splash and want to enjoy some of Hollywoods legendary history, get your people to talk with their people and make a reservation.