The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

Los Angeles is that kind of place that always has something new, no matter how much you know the city. Paulo and I have already toured practically the entire region, but we still want to explore the city and other places around it.
Thinking about hosting is one of the most important steps before boarding – and one of the most difficult, especially for those who are undecided, right? To help you in choosing a good hotel, I selected some of the best rated ones to share with you 😉

Small hermitage

The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

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Those who enjoy more different hotels will identify themselves with the Petit Ermitage. It has a boho style mixed with vintage, making the decor of the place super authentic. The breakfast served by them is also incredible, one that makes you want to grab a little of everything.
Regarding the rooms, the bed is very comfortable and the accommodation is very spacious. Another nice thing about the hotel is that they are pet-friendly, so you can stay there even with your pet!

The Kinney

The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

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With a more relaxed vibe, full of colors and creative compositions, The Kinney is one of the Los Angeles hotels that I like the most. It is very modern and the outside areas are wonderful, especially the pool and the bar.
In addition to being very cozy, it is close to Venice Beach and Abbot Kinney, two places in the city that I love. If you like very young places and with plenty of walking options in the area, The Kinney is a great option.

Mama Shelter

The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

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In addition to Mama Shelter being super cool, his location is wonderful. It is less than a kilometer from the Walk of Fame and the Capitol Records Building. Both the rooms as well as the restaurant bar and games room have a very creative decor.
Another positive side of the hotel is the terrace restaurant. It has a beautiful view of the city and is always busy. Even if you don’t want anything to eat, a good option is to order a drink and enjoy the sofas that are scattered there.

Covell Hotel

The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

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I love hotels that have personalized rooms that are different from each other, and Hotel Covell is like that. The most interesting thing is that Sally Breer, responsible for the design of the accommodations, created a fictional character to give personality to the hotel. Each room is a chapter and a phase by George Covell. Quite different, right?
All accommodations follow a minimalist line and every detail makes all the difference. Those who enjoy staying in hotels that have a history or that are super original will surely fall in love with the place and have that feeling of being at home!

The LINE Hotel

The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

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The LINE Hotel’s room is one of the most different from the list. They follow a more rustic and industrial style, so the walls are all concrete. The few decor elements in the accommodations are colorful, like an orange chandelier or a green armchair. I confess that I think the color combination is a bit unusual, but that’s what makes that place authentic.
Ah, one of the things that make customers love the place even more is the huge windows that all rooms have. They give a great panoramic view of the city, the kind that make you sigh when you open the curtain, you know?

Palihouse West Hollywood

The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

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Located close to Sunset Blvd, Palihouse West Hollywood is a great place for people who prefer an area full of restaurants and a more lively nightlife. The Walk of Fame and Universal Studios are less than 4 miles away, which are also popular tourist attractions. The hotel rooms are super spacious and very modern in decor. Some of them even have a full kitchen!

Nomadic

The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

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The NoMad is not as small a hotel as the others on the list, but the rooms are still very original and with a super charming design. The furniture is all personalized and the paintings in each room are all authentic and different.
If you are the type of person who likes to have lunch or dinner at the hotel, they also offer great options to customers. One of them is The Mezzanine, which has more refined food and a more formal atmosphere. For a slightly more informal place, stop by the Lobby, also inside the hotel 🙂

Bel-Air Hotel

The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

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The vibe of Hotel Bel-Air is more classic, mainly because it was built in 1946. As it is well away from the city center, it is a good option for people looking for a very quiet place that is perfect to rest after a day strolling.
To give you an idea of ​​how important the place is, several celebrities have already stayed in it. Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor are some of the best known names that have been there. Comfort, good food and quality service are not lacking there!

The Native Hotel

The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

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The Native Hotel is located in Malibu, a little away from Los Angeles. However, the space is so tasty that it deserves to be on that list. It is very unpretentious, with a more clean and minimalist decor.
As it has only 13 rooms, the atmosphere is super quiet and cozy, without much movement and noise. It is the perfect corner for those who prefer a more reserved place. A good idea is to take a few days off your trip to Los Angeles and stop by Malibu. So you take the opportunity to visit another beautiful place in California 😉

Kimpton La Peer Hotel

The 10 Best Los Angeles Boutique Hotels

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Close to the MOCA Pacific Center and West Hollywood Park is the Kimpton La Peer Hotel. All 105 rooms are decorated in gray tones and some bronze and wood details. Although the accommodations are simpler, they are super comfortable and welcoming.
The on-site restaurant, Viale Dei Romani, is also a good alternative for those who want to eat without having to leave the hotel. He specializes in Italian and Mediterranean food, using various local products to compose the dishes. If you like these two cuisines, be sure to try the food there!
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