Boutique-style hotels are becoming the “it” travel trend. From Downtown Los Angeles to Hollywood, 11 new hotels are set to open in the next two years. Here’s the top boutique-style hotels to look out for if you’re planning a trip to LA.
Soho Warehouse (Arts District, Downtown)
Soho Warehouse will be the third L.A. outpost for the London-based chain, which is set to open on the south side of the Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles in August. Soho Warehouse will span more than 110,000 square feet, making it one of the biggest standalone Houses and the first with guestrooms on the West Coast. The property will include bedrooms, a gym, club spaces and a rooftop with a pool.
Silver Lake Pool and Inn (Silver Lake)
In September, Silver Lake Pool and Inn will open at Sunset Junction just south of the lively intersection of Santa Monica and Sunset. The 54-room boutique property run by Palisociety Hotels is set to feature an elevated pool deck and Marco Polo, a coastal Italian-inspired outdoor restaurant and bar.
The Hoxton, LA (Fashion District, Downtown)
Chic British brand Hoxton will debut The Hoxton, LA in a transformed 1925 building that was once the headquarters of the LA Railway Authority. Located in Downtown L.A.’s booming Fashion District at 11th and Broadway, the 10-story hotel will feature 174 guest rooms, three restaurants including one on the roof, multiple bars and a rooftop pool when it debuts in September 2019.
The Godfrey Hotel (Hollywood)
The 60,000-square-foot Godfrey hotel will be a high-end boutique property fit for the lifestyle of the contemporary jet-setting professional. The project features amenities that will allow travelers to conduct business both locally and remotely, while enjoying the unique room and food experiences that the Godfrey brand is known for in Chicago and Boston. The property is slated to open with 220 rooms, a rooftop pool and a casual steakhouse called About Last Knife.
Downtown L.A. Proper Hotel (Fashion District, Downtown)
Proper Hospitality, the new brand headed by former Viceroy Hotels Chief Brad Korzen, is slated to debut their first Los Angeles hotel in Downtown L.A.’s Fashion District located at the site of the former Case Hotel. The 13-story property, which was originally built in 1924, will have 148 stunning rooms. Caroline Styne and Suzanne Goin, the legendary James Beard Award-winning L.A. restaurateurs known for a.o.c., Lucques, Tavern and The Larder, will oversee the hotel’s scenic first-floor restaurant, as well as the stunning rooftop lounge.
The Wayfarer DTLA (Historic Core, Downtown)
The Wayfarer DTLA is a community-focused hotel coming to Downtown L.A.’s historic Broadway Corridor in the former Ritz Milner building. The property will feature 156 rooms, four food and beverage spots and a stairwell gym. Rockefeller Kempel Architects, who spearheaded the beautiful renovation of Hotel Figueroa, is leading this project as the second hotel under the Wayfarer name with the first located in Santa Barbara.
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