With the Oscars just around the corner, we’re looking at the next flight to LA to get us in the movie star mood! There are so many historic places in Hollywood to visit and stay that are legendary for their guests, as well as their service.
Make your next visit to Los Angeles one you won’t forget by staying at the most glam hotels and eating at all the best local hot-spots. What’s more, take a peek at the hotel where the very first Oscars were hosted! How much more Hollywood Glam do you need?
Famously known as the Pink Palace, the Beverly Hills Hotel is a legendary mark in Los Angeles. Located in the center of Beverly Hills right on Sunset Boulevard, you can enjoy exceptional service, a pool lined with palm trees, and a lounge area with fabulous food. The Beverly Hills Hotel is the epitome of Hollywood glamour, tirelessly classic, and straight out of a movie set.
The Standard is another one of LA’s beloved hotels located on Sunset Boulevard, and boy, does it has some serious style. Each space in The Standard takes you through time and makes you feel like you’re in a different era. Not to mention, the secret nightclub (shhh!!), it’s incredible restaurant, Alma, the cool and chill of Cactus Lounge, and a totally glam pool deck that you need to be seen at right now. We are head over heels for it, and you will be too.
The Roosevelt Hotel is home to many celebrities and has the honor of being the very first venue to host the Oscars. To make it the ultimate, try booking the Marilyn Monroe Suite! The glamour and style of The Roosevelt is effortless and ultra glam with it’s classic Hollywood vibe. In town for a summer afternoon? Head out poolside, and you’re likely to even see a celeb or two hanging out and having a cocktail!
Switching to the local LA food scene (which we say is pretty irrestible), we love The Hart and the Hunter. Located right on Melrose, in the heart of LA and famously known for their brunch, they also have some amazing breakfast plates. Serving up buttered biscuits and bottomless champagne, we have to say we are sold! Totally chic and hip, it’s a not to miss.
Southern comfort food is always in style! Norah is one hip and eclectic twist on southern style food. Norah serves cornbread to every table, along with handmade pasta, oysters, and a fried chicken sandwich serve up for brunch. Even better, their cocktail list is also surprisingly unique and creative! The space is light, bright, and airy, making Norah a dream of a place to sit down and enjoy food, friends and fun.
Broken Spanish is located in the heart of West Hollywood and is a grown up version of Mexican- American cuisine. It has a modern, chic vibe with several Mexican style dishes for brunch, lunch, and dinner that are trendy, delicious and unique.