West Hollywood might be just two square miles in size, but it sits right in the heart of Los Angeles, one of the leading culinary centers of the world. Whether you are coming to visit from…
Chances are that if you’re hanging out in West Hollywood, you might see celebrities. Some of those celebrities include culinary stars—many of whom find creative inspiration in the spectacular offerings of the California harvest.
West Hollywood is known as a progressive, forward-thinking place, so it makes sense that the city is environmentally conscious. As 1 billion people around the globe gear up for Earth Day on April 22, here’s a…
From historic hideaways to lively hot spots, the city’s hotel lounges are both quirky and cushy. There’s a perch with your name on it, so strut over and show off your style.
Old time rock ‘n’ roll flair meshes with modern chic at Andaz West Hollywood, making it one of the most unique and exciting places to stay in the city.
West Hollywood embodies the heart, soul, and thrill of music like no other city. Music lovers enjoy myriad sounds and scenes to choose from every night.
Walk through the huge, 30-foot mahogany doors into the spacious lobby of Mondrian Los Angeles and you’re bound to pick up on the vibe of upscale sophistication.
The Grafton prides itself on being one of L.A.’s “boutique” properties, and while that might be a pretty piece of marketing jargon for some establishments, this West Hollywood hotel takes the claim seriously.
West Hollywood is known for its innovative vision and the local hotels keep raising the bar by creating first-rate spaces, impressive both in form and function. A case in point: Kimpton La Peer Hotel.
Score cool, one-of-a-kind gifts at these West Hollywood boutique hotel shops.
There’s no need to put your yoga practice on hold while visiting West Hollywood—especially when the city boasts such kick-ass places to glow with the flow.
Pressure of any kind seems distant at the Charlie. Tucked into a residential neighborhood, the quiet is broken only by the soft trickle of a tranquil water fountain.
The Ramada West Hollywood stands where the famed Tropicana Motel once saw rock stars and art icons carouse in its colorful rooms and around its infamous black-tiled swimming pool. Though the old hotel and its hedonistic…
Private and regal with a dash of bohemian allure, the Petit Hermitage hotel sets the stage for an enchanting retreat from the city’s hustle and bustle, and a healthy dose of well-deserved pampering.
If The Standard, Hollywood's upside-down sign doesn't do enough to suggest that this hotel's a bit different, step inside and take a look at the stylish, but unconventional, design choices that set the place apart from…