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Hotels in Los Angeles

Dreamy places to sleep in the City of Angels.

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Between shopping sprees and boardwalk jaunts, catch some Zzz’s at one of these Los Angeles hotels. Pro tip? Look for centrally located lodging if you’re planning to navigate the sprawling city at length.

Top luxury hotels in Los Angeles

LA has no shortage of fancy places to stay if you’re looking for star-quality treatment.

The Peninsula Beverly Hills

The Peninsula Beverly Hills

Framed by impeccably groomed gardens, the Peninsula Beverly Hills is the ultimate luxe oasis in the heart of Beverly Hills. Catch a complimentary ride around town in a Rolls Royce and spend your evenings on a rooftop garden overlooking the sea.

  • Rating: 5-star
  • Price range: From $595/night
  • Key amenities: 24/7 check-in and checkout, daily afternoon tea, spa, rooftop restaurant, fitness center, pool, complimentary transportation
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The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills

The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills

Known for vast suites, celebrity guests and its two world-famous mascot bulldogs, the London features Brit-inspired design just steps from Rodeo Drive. It also features a menu exclusively for pups.

  • Rating: 5-star
  • Price range: From $429/night
  • Key amenities: Rooftop pool, sun deck, life-size chess board, weekend afternoon tea
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Viceroy L'Ermitage Beverly Hills

Viceroy L’Ermitage Beverly Hills

Understated elegance and uncompromising privacy are at the core of this glamorous and intimate getaway. Expect old-school Hollywood vibes — Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton stayed here — and an A-list atmosphere.

  • Rating: 5-star
  • Price range: From $609/night
  • Key amenities: Spa, fitness center, restaurant, complimentary car, pet-friendly, marble plunge baths
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Petit Ermitage

Petit Ermitage

If you’re looking for opulence with a side of bohemian-chic, you’ll find it in Petit Ermitage’s eclectic art collection — think Dali, de Kooning and Rauschenberg — and dynamic decor. Bronze alligators greet guests at the door, the first of many unexpected delights in this enchanting West Hollywood escape.

  • Rating: 4-star
  • Price range: From $333/night
  • Key amenities: bar (try the spirited love potions), lounge, complimentary yoga classes, outdoor film screenings every Monday
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Top cheap hotels in Los Angeles

Solo and easy-going travelers can find the cheapest rates by bunking in a shared room. And families can book overnight stays close to Universal Studios for less than $200.

Libra Hotel

Libra Hotel

Centrally located in Koreatown and just a five-minute walk from the metro station, Libra Hotel offers budget-friendly dormitory rooms and private bedrooms. Simple rooms with homey decor place you a hop, skip and a jump from both Korean fried chicken and the Santa Monica beach.

  • Rating: 2-star
  • Price range: 8-bunk dormitories from $25/night
  • Key amenities: Air conditioning, free Wi-Fi
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Freehand Los Angeles

Freehand Los Angeles

Bunk downtown at this boutique hotel, which offers a rooftop pool and laid-back vibes. Step inside the rustic canyon hideaway and relax in the once-abandoned office building’s earthy enclave.

  • Rating: 4-star
  • Price range: From $49/night for a bed in a shared quad
  • Key amenities: Fitness center, free Wi-Fi, rooftop pool, bars and a café, retail shop
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Best Western Plus Hollywood Hills

Best Western Plus Hollywood Hills

Ideal for tourists and movie enthusiasts, this chain hotel offers quick access to Universal Studios, Griffith Park and Dodger Stadium. Wake up with a mug of coffee at the adjoining 1960s classic 101 Coffee Shop before strolling the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

  • Rating: 3-star
  • Price range: From $169/night
  • Key amenities: Outdoor pool, fitness room, 24/hour front desk, free Wi-Fi
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American Hotel

American Hotel

This laid-back hotel is situated in the arts district and a quick walk to trendy downtown and many popular tourist attractions. The A+D Architecture and Design Museum is just a couple blocks away.

  • Rating: 2.5-star
  • Price range: From $93 for a queen-size room with shared bath
  • Key amenities: Free Wi-Fi
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Podshare DTLA

Podshare DTLA

Borrowing from the Japanese concept of tidy pod living, this shared room hostel offers free bikes for lodgers’ use. Podshare DTLA is best for freewheelin’ travelers only — the showers are communal. But the rates are hard to beat.

  • Rating: 1-star
  • Price range: From $50
  • Key amenities: Free Wi-Fi, bunk bed accommodations, shared kitchen
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Neighborhoods to stay in

Staying in downtown LA or Hollywood can certainly be stimulating, but it’s not the only option. Locals and sightseers alike get along swimmingly in these sun-kissed neighborhoods:

Koreatown (K-town)

Authentic cuisine, casual bars and 24/7 eateries bubble with energy. Koreatown is centrally located between Hollywood and DTLA.

Arts District

A short walk east from downtown LA, check out a spectacle of vibrant murals and unique spots like Artist & Craftsman, Factory Kitchen and Lili Lakich Neon Gallery.

Culver City

Film, design and creative professionals hunker down in Culver City, located about 40 minutes from LA. It’s rich in nightlife, theaters and parks. Check out Arcana: Books on the Arts to find rare and out-of-print books, Cognoscenti Coffee for a strong cup and an eclectic mix of galleries.

Burbank

Rub shoulders with moviemakers and browse vintage shops galore just twenty minutes north of downtown LA. Here, you’ll get a taste of what it’s like to live and work in La La Land. Swing by the Donut Hut, Moore’s Deli and Captain Vintage.

Santa Monica

Also known as “Silicon Beach,” the surf and skate culture in Santa Monica has a fabulous flip side as LA’s tech hub. Drive just 16 miles west of LA to take in the sights and sounds of the 100-year-old pier. Cruise sand on a bike path then treat yourself to goodies at Sweet Rose Creamery.

More to love:

Depending on which sites are on your to-do list, you might also find oasis in these charming areas:

  • Chinatown
  • Historic Core
  • El Segundo
  • Venice

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Bottom line

Whether your bucket list includes catching sunny rays or snapping pics of the Hollywood Sign, booking a cheap hotel room in Los Angeles is possible — especially if you’re willing to share space.

Be sure to plan your routes around town beforehand to save time after touching down.

How did we choose these products?

We selected the hotels on our list by comparing star ratings, price ranges, key amenities and location. Price data was obtained July 2019 and is based on standard room rates. Keep in mind prices are subject to change and should be used only as a general guide.

You might be able to find better deals on hotels from third-party sites.

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