Bask in style at Montrose West Hollywood
Relax in a sophisticated suite two blocks from the Sunset Strip
Staying at Montrose West Hollywood is a bit like visiting your coolest friend—someone whose place is effortlessly chic and who has a knack for elegant entertaining. The hotel is located on a leafy street just two blocks from the Sunset Strip, so you’re well placed to explore West Hollywood’s unrivaled nightlife, dining, and arts scene. But once you enter the Montrose, you might think “Why leave?” The hotel was built in 1976, and a $15 million remodel in 2018 updated the 133 oversized suites lobby, café, lounge, and rooftop pool area.
Relax in Style
Sit back, relax and stay awhile, basking in the stylish atmosphere and sampling the amenities. A workout in the 24-hour fitness center sounds good. An in-suite massage sounds even better. Want to lounge in the glorious SoCal sun or show off your serve? Head to the rooftop to take a dip in the Montrose’s heated pool or play a game of tennis. (Tennis equipment is available at the front desk.) Then take in the view as you sip a cocktail at the Tonic Rooftop Bar.
Live Like a Local
If you do want a change of scene, jump on a bike and explore West Hollywood—this spectacular neighborhood boasts many homes and other buildings that are architecturally and historically significant. If a boss or client reaches out, the Montrose has a 24-hour business center and work spaces. Need a bite before you head out to explore? Swing by the grab and go café.
Check in with Coworkers
Do you typically seek out a co-working space while you travel? At Montrose West Hollywood, you won’t have to go far—they built one right into the hotel. During the 2018 renovation, they added the Tone Lounge, a comfortable space with complimentary business services where guests can meet clients or catch up on work.
After work hours, the lounge becomes a hangout spot—every evening, it’s home to the hotel’s Vino & Vinyl hour. Listen to a great album as you relax with a glass of wine.. Heartier fare is available from the guests-only Timbre Café. Michelin-rated executive chef Bryan Achay’s resume reads like a globe-trotting wish list: Dubai, Japan, Germany, Italy, and Hawaii. No matter the origin of the recipe, the food at Timbre has an aura of devotion because Achay cooks straight from the heart. As he puts it: “Every plate has passion.”
900 HAMMOND STREET, WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA 90069
Updated from the original article written by Jacqueline Fitzgerald