This was my second stay, and both times I brought my dog with me. He is a large a Bernese Mountain dog.
The staff was great, to me and my pet. I always stay at a Kimpton if I can.
Regardless if I have my pet.
Situated on Wilshire Boulevard, less than a mile from the UCLA campus, Hotel Palomar is 4 blocks from Westwood Village movie …More
Staff was incredibly welcoming and friendly. Food was unreal. The crab cakes were like nothing I've ever tasted. The old saying "you get what you pay for" applies here. Not cheap but worth every penny.
Traveller from LA
This family-friendly Los Angeles hotel is located in the suburbs, within 3 mi (5 km) of University of California Los Angeles …More
We needs to be in the area for a business meeting. The lobby has beautiful flowers! We upgraded to a renovated room and are so glad we did! The room was beautiful but smell a bit musty. The 2 tiny balconies were a plus! The bathtub was a nice size. The king bed was very comfy. Room service for a late dinner was prompt but not very tasty. The drinks at the pool were nice, but the lounge cushions needed to be replaced. We walked through the (un renovated) hallway to the pool and we're so glad we upgraded or would have been so disappointed. Some areas were very nice, some were 'tired'. The staff was on point! Very friendly and helpful!
Traveller from Perris
This luxurious Los Angeles hotel is discreetly tucked into a residential neighborhood along a street edged with towering palm …More
Le Montrose is set on a quiet street in West Hollywood, yet it's near Sunset Blvd and Beverly Hills. The staff is professional, pleasant, efficient, and they always aim to please. When I got to my room, I couldn't figure out how to turn a light off. Someone was up in not five minutes. A closet door went off the groove, and two engineers showed up in record time. If I needed a cab, I had one in five minutes. (I might point out that Hammond is one steep climb up to Sunset Blvd - about 3 blocks.)
The one negative was the dining room. Not only was the service slow (pleasant but slow), it was next to a lounge area where the television blasted Fox News throughout the day. Why not some nice music? Why must the tv be on when people have cell phones? It was always jarring to eat there. They add cilantro to everything, so if you don't like it, ask for it to be eliminated!
Traveller from New York
Poised on a quiet residential street just steps away from shopping, dining, and nightlife, this boutique hotel is 1 block …More
Pocket Guide: Los Angeles Beverly Hills - West Hollywood Hotels
Multimillion-dollar mansions flank Beverly Hills’ palm-lined streets. Lifestyles of the rich and famous are on full view on Rodeo Drive’s boutiques, from Armani to Zegna. Not coincidentally, the Melrose District east of Beverly Hills has excellent secondhand shops. Many up-and-coming design studios are based in Melrose. Nearby, West Hollywood, or WeHo, is the epicenter of Los Angeles gay life.