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Los Angeles hotels

There was a time when selecting a Los Angeles hotel meant choosing between classic luxury staples such as the Beverly Hills Hotel, the Bel-Air (closed for refurbishment until 2011), and the Regent Beverly Wilshire—all with over-the-top service, regal lobbies, and storied pasts—or funky little boutiques with intimate lounges sporting wheatgrass centerpieces and bowls of polished green apples. But lately, a whole slew of new openings, including the London West Hollywood and the SLS, aim to bridge the gap between boutique and old-school retreat. One constant? Southern California style means relaxation is key, and there are always plenty of opportunities for lounging, be it at the trendy lobby bars, the scene-y rooftop pools, or the world-class spas.

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The Avalon, Beverly Hills

The first and least flashy of the Viceroy Hotel Group's hotels, the 84-room Avalon has a classic main building that epitomized the California Dream of the '50s...more

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The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows, Beverly Hills

The legendary "Pink Palace" opened in 1912, and the city of Beverly Hills literally grew around it. Today, the landmark Spanish Colonial building, still painted...more

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The Beverly Wilshire, Beverly Hills

This historic landmark at the foot of Rodeo Drive has recently reverted to its original name (for the past 21 years, it was known as the "Regent Beverly...more

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Chateau Marmont, Los Angeles

Jean Harlow carried on an affair with Clark Gable while honeymooning here with her husband, Harold Rosson—that's just one of many rendezvous the...more

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Farmer's Daughter Hotel, Los Angeles

You won't find actual farmers here, but the famous Farmers Market is just a short walk from this cute, family-owned hotel. It's also across the street from CBS...more

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Figueroa Hotel, Los Angeles

The Figueroa is one of the best deals in L.A. Where else can you get a one-bedroom suite with a wet bar, a silk-canopied ceiling, and handwoven Afghani kilims...more

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Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, Los Angeles

A straw-yellow, 16-story high-rise accented with white balconies, the Four Seasons looks less like a hotel and more like one of the apartment buildings that...more

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Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Los Angeles

The buzz was considerable in 2005 when Thompson Hotels took over this landmark Mediterranean-style hotel, where the first Academy Awards ceremony was held in...more

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Hotel Angeleno, Los Angeles

An extreme makeover has turned an aging Los Angeles icon, the 1971 circular tower at the 405 freeway's Sunset Boulevard off-ramp, into a sleek 209-room...more

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Hotel Casa del Mar, Santa Monica

After a $50 million renovation, the Hotel Casa del Mar opened in 1999 next to its sister hotel, Shutters on the Beach. But while Shutters has a beach-house...more

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