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Stay in West Hollywood’s Most Luxurious Suites

These lavish hotel suites are designed for A-list celebrities, so you’ll feel right at home.


Imagine yourself looking out your full-length window, champagne flute in hand, with a glam team dolling you up for an A-list awards show. Bring that fantasy to life with a stay in one of West Hollywood’s lavish hotel suites, literally designed for A-list celebrities, the world’s top musicians, and jet-setting fashionistas.

1 Hotel West Hollywood

Soothing shades of chic neutrals and warm wooden furnishings set the tone and the floor to ceiling windows frame the stunning city skyline views in the 2,282-square-foot Hill House Suite. If the Hollywood Hills from a wrap-around terrace is the view for you, check into the 2,453-square foot Canyon House suite with a separate living room, dining room and kitchen that will feel like your own private abode. When it’s time to tear yourself away from your new home, head to the FaceGym for a facial skin toning and tightening workout and one of the most unique concepts and hotel amenities in town.

Andaz West Hollywood

Pre-game an event or throw a killer afterparty in the Andaz’s Penthouse Suite, an unbeatable, 1,400-square-foot space floating above the Sunset Strip. You’ll love the modern décor and artwork, kitchenette, and sunroom. If you’re a music maven, it’s all about the booming Geneva sound system. Other amenities include a wet bar with a wine refrigerator, separate living and dining areas, and sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills. 

Chamberlain West Hollywood

This all-suite boutique hotel packs quite the punch with colorful interiors, great eats, and a stylish, mid-century modern sensibility. Consider it an urban retreat: with only 115 rooms and amenities reserved for guests only, you’ll be able to hide out in luxury while staying in the heart of the city. For those who want nothing but sun and silence, make a beeline to the heated rooftop pool. Enjoy a cocktail at the bar or a casual meal on the garden patio at Fits, the hotel’s private restaurant. Or, tuck away in your stylish suite, the largest of which offer private balconies, fireplaces, and separate living areas. 

The Charlie Hotel

This historic, all-suite hotel was once owned by actor Charlie Chaplin, hence the name. Those who stay in one of its posh, secluded bungalows will be following in the footsteps of some of Hollywood’s brightest stars. Perhaps try the Gregory and Marlene suites. Both are ground-floor suites with California King beds and a powder room for getting ready for a night out. Or try the Marilyn, a freestanding, two-bedroom, 1.5-bath suite with a private, wraparound patio. Though rooms are vintage in style, in-room tablets allow guests to make requests and view local maps.

La Peer Hotel

The luxury accommodations include the adjoining two-bedroom suite with a Juliet balcony or the fourth-floor penthouse featuring hotel designer Gulla Jónsdóttir’s own furniture collection and a journey of the senses with one of kind custom art pieces. The specialty suites are awash in muted grey and beige tones, white oak herringbone wood floors and a giant soaking tub featuring a bath butler where bubbles and Champagne can be waiting after dinner or a day visiting nearby art galleries and shops (via the house black Tesla), or just having a night in with a room service.

The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills

The London claims to have the largest penthouse suite in Los Angeles, coming in at two stories and 11,000 square feet—and its interiors were designed by the world-renowned Vivienne Westwood. The Royal Crown Suite includes a dining room for up to 10, a full kitchen, and a large rooftop deck with panoramic views, a fireplace, and rooftop shower. Chill out in either of two full-sized luxury bathrooms, both with giant soaking tubs perfect for soothing a morning hangover.

Mondrian Los Angeles

The Mondrian’s spacious Penthouse will provide a mellow, yet elegant experience with scintillating skyline views, an oversized daybed, a rainfall shower, and in-room spa services. Enjoy 24-hour room service or channel unrivaled young Hollywood vibes at the Mondrian’s Ivory on Sunset restaurant or the star-studded rooftop pool bar, Skybar. Bring your entourage; up to three connected bedrooms may also be reserved. 

Palihouse West Hollywood

Palihouse’s pied-á-terre suites are set up to be homes-away-from-home but come with all the amenities of a hotel, meaning every need is considered and attended to. They offer studio, one- and two-bed residences, one- and two-bed lofts, and penthouse suites. Two-bed lofts boast two levels with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, two private terraces, and in-room washer and dryer. The two-level penthouse has towering ceilings, a full kitchen, 2.5 baths, walk-in wardrobes, and two private terraces. 

Petite Ermitage

Live in true California luxury in one of Petite Ermitage’s 11 artfully boho rooftop suites collectively known as Masters Quarters. Sip a craft cocktail from the fully stocked bar, then lounge in front of your fireplace. Enjoy the heated saltwater pool on the hotel’s private rooftop. When you’re ready to explore the city, glam up in the vanity and dressing areas, all worthy of a star’s beauty regimen and hand-picked wardrobe. 

Sunset Marquis Hotel & Villas

Sunset Marquis is equipped with several villas, all hidden within peaceful, verdant gardens. Choose among junior, one-bed, two-bed, Grand and Presidential villas depending on party size and amenities required. Ask the concierge if you need just about anything, be it food or drink, a luxury vehicle to rent, or a musical instrument to play. The newest villa, known as The Retreat, comes with a pool table, private bar, and Takamine guitars. But the Presidential, a two-story, two-bedroom hideaway, has it all: designated, private parking; a fully stocked bar; free access to Equinox Health Club; a private screening room; and dining space for up to 10.

Sunset Tower Hotel

Throw an exclusive party in one of the Townhouse Suites, split-level apartments with 20-foot-high ceilings downstairs and floor-to-ceiling windows. Enjoy the drool-worthy views from not one, but two outdoor terraces. Sleep—or whatever else—like royalty in the upstairs master bedroom, furnished with a California king bed and luxe bathroom.

West Hollywood EDITION

This Ian Schrager hotel houses a signature restaurant, basement club, and a rooftop pool and bar-lounge but you might not want to leave your room. Especially if it’s one of the 48 modern suites draped in plush white interiors or two penthouses with a kitchen, floor to ceiling windows, work station and outdoor terraces. Just curl up with the fake fur throw after using your enclosed rainforest shower with custom Le Labo amenities or soaking tub with a view. For continued relaxation, the spa includes guided mediation or light-sound therapy to restore your core after a night out on Sunset Boulevard.

Ready to vacation like a star? Book your stay at a West Hollywood hotel!

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