This summer is bringing exciting new hotel openings to the fabulous city of Los Angeles.
From downtown to Hollywood, we’ve got the scoop on a couple new places that will give you completely different ways to experience all that L.A. has to offer.
Let’s stop first in Hollywood to check out Dream Hollywood.
With its interiors designed by award-winning architecture firm Rockwell Group, the decor of this hotel speaks to the mid-century modern architecture we all are obsessed with. The hotel also brought in elements of the outdoors to incorporate a garden feeling as well as big, comfy upholstery to make it feel oh-so-comfortable.
The hotel features 178 guest rooms and suites as well a massive rooftop pool, restaurant and lounge that provide stunning views of the Hollywood Hills and the L.A. Skyline.
That’s definitely not it. This hotel also has a gym equipped with its own wellness program designed by celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson.
The Gunnar Peterson Gym
With state-of-the art equipment, this gym focuses on creating an entire wellness experience for guests. Trainers trained by Peterson himself will be available for guests to request. Those trainers will provide a personal wellness routine, built to fit each guest’s wants and needs.
Food and Drinks
Dream Hollywood has five restaurants and clubs within and adjacent to the hotel. They include:
- The Highlight Room
- Beauty & Essex
- TAO Asion Bistro and Avenue
- Luchini Pizzeria and Bar
To learn more about Dream Hollywood and to book your stay there today, visit here.
Now, let’s move to downtown L.A. to see what new things are going on there.
Really putting downtown L.A. on the map for a walkable city, Hotel Indigo has certainly brought some massive style into the neighborhood. Located right next to the Staples Center, L.A. Live and the Los Angeles Convention Center, there is no shortage of things to do within walking distance of this hotel.
The design concept of the hotel was created by Hirsch Bedner Associates and was very much inspired by the Prohibition era of the 1920s. Careful detail was added all over the hotel to pay homage to the underground speakeasies, and the movie industry, as well as Chinatown.
Hotel Indigo’s rooms boast some serious space with large windows providing beautiful views of downtown L.A. Area rugs and its spa-inspired bathrooms add even more to the fabulous ambiance of the hotel.
Enjoy working out at 3 am? Not a problem when you’re staying at Hotel Indigo. The fitness center here is open 24 hours a day. You can also head to the 9,100 square-foot outdoor pool terrace to get a swim in while also indulging in some delicious food and drinks.
The cocktail lounge sitting at the top of the hotel is not to be missed. The decor truly transports you back to the 1920s, in all the right ways.
To learn more about Hotel Indigo, and to book your stay there today, visit here.