Hotels in Los Angeles

Discover what Los Angeles has to offer

One of the United States most popular tourist destinations, Los Angeles is renowned for its entertainment industry, shopping, sports, creative culture, stunning coastline and gorgeous mountains. With a mixture of different vibes – from hipster to upscale to LA surf – the city defies labels, making it an ideal choice for anyone wanting to experience everything the USA has to offer.

Served by Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR), LA welcomes all major national and international airlines, and tourists from all over the world visit the city annually to enjoy year-round moderate temperatures, low humidity and stunning sunsets.

When it comes to hospitality, you’ll find no shortage of luxury and affordable hotels, readily available public transport, live theatre, museums, art galleries and a huge number of restaurants and cafes serving food from all over the world. If you’re looking for the best hotels in LA for your vacation, we have the top seven right here.

Popular hotel offers in Los Angeles

Top 7 Hotels in Los Angeles

1. The Hollywood Roosevelt

Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, this stunning luxury hotel features spacious guest rooms, high-end furnishings and flat-screen TV’s. En-suites are finished in silver and boast Plush bathrobes and free Davines toiletries. The hotel, which is located just 1 minutes’ walk from Grauman’s Chinese Theatre on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, also has a swimming pool, beautiful bar area, parking, state-of-the-art gym, free Wi-Fi and an ATM on site. If you’re looking to eat, you’ll find three dining options, including poolside fare at the Tropicana Pool Café and eclectic American cuisine at the Public Kitchen and Bar.

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2. Hilton Los Angeles Airport

If convenience is a priority, this modern hotel offers a free 24-hour shuttle service to LAX and a car hire service, as well as elegantly designed rooms with cable TV, coffee maker, dedicated work space and ironing facilities. The hotel boasts a swimming pool, parking, Wi-Fi and bar, along with an on-site fitness center, business center and gift shop. Guests are also well served when it comes to dining options, with The Café and the Bistro offering American cuisine, Andiamo boasting beautiful northern Italian options and Landings lounge giving you a relaxing place to sit and enjoy the atmosphere with a drink.

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3. The Garland

This stunning boutique hotel was created by the actress Beverly Garland in 1970, and has been a popular destination for tourists and locals ever since. Set on seven acres in the center of Los Angeles, this recently updated hotel features beautiful guestrooms and suites with a modern style, and its restaurants are renowned for excellent cuisine. Guests at the hotel will also benefit from free trolley rides to Universal City Metro Station, Universal Studios and CityWalk, making a great choice for those visiting the parks.

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4. Loews Hollywood Hotel

Perfectly positioned at the corner of Hollywood and Highland, this sleek, modern hotel offers a commanding location, stunning views and enviable service. Connected to the Hollywood and Highland Center, guests couldn’t be better positioned to enjoy world-famous retail and entertainment outlets, as well as a wealth of dining options (including the world famous Graumans Chinese Theatre). The hotel boasts a fitness center, two swimming pools, outdoor terrace and 604 beautifully designed rooms, each one with Wi-Fi, phone, TV, minibar, air conditioning and a wide range of other amenities.

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5. Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport

Another hotel boasting a free 24-hour shuttle service to LAX, the Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport is a modern, mid-century full-service hotel. Featuring spacious, air-conditioned rooms with 55-inch cable TVs and soundproof windows, beautiful bathrooms, on-site fitness center and free Wi-Fi, this hotel is a popular choice with tourists the world over. The hotel also boasts an onsite restaurant with a 24-hour open market, bringing together the very best of LA’s diverse communities and ethnic cuisine.

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6. Residence Inn by Marriott Los Angeles LAX/Century Boulevard

This beautiful, modern hotel is located less than half a mile from LAX, making it a popular choice for travelers worldwide. The 231 elegant suites are also the largest amongst the LAX hotels, each boasting a full kitchen, King or Queen sized beds and 47-inch flat-screen TV’s. Amenities include hot breakfasts, Wi-Fi, fitness center, outdoor heated pool and a 24-hour shuttle service to and from the airport. This all-suite hotel also offers extended stays, making it an ideal choice for those looking to explore everything LA has to offer.

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7. E-Central Downtown Los Angeles Hotel

Located a stones’ throw from the Microsoft Theatre and Arena, this boutique hotel couldn’t be better placed for those looking to enjoy downtown LA. Featuring beautiful, spacious ensuite rooms – each with a 65-inch cable TV – this hotel boasts on-site parking, free Wi-Fi, a fitness center and on-site spa services. It even welcomes pets, making it an ideal choice for those travelling with their furry friends. When it comes to food, the E-Central Hotel has you covered with two on-site restaurants, Stafford + Mathis for breakfast and the Nixo Patio Lounge for lunch and dinner.

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FAQs when booking a hotel in Los Angeles

The second most populous city in the United States, Los Angeles is jam-packed with great places to stay, such as Hollywood, Santa Monica, Venice Beach, and West Hollywood.

While the summer season is a popular time to visit Los Angeles, if you want to avoid the crowds and hiked prices, we recommend visiting just before in May or June, or after in September or October.

While Los Angeles can be quite expensive to visit, if you prepare wisely you can definitely see the city on a budget. For example, take your own water bottles and prepare your own food instead of buying out every time.

Elegance and decadence is not hard to come by in Los Angeles. You may be spoilt for choice when it comes to luxurious hotels, but if you’re stuck, we recommend Loews Hollywood Hotel.

One of the most iconic US cities, Los Angeles is famous for many things, such as being the home of Hollywood, Venice Beach, and Beverly Hills. It’s also famous for its vibrant and diverse culture, Rodeo Drive and Sunset Boulevard, and it’s palm-tree dotted beaches.

Take your family on the trip of a lifetime to Los Angeles, and book your stay at one of the best family hotels in the city. One of the most highly recommended is Loews Hollywood Hotel.

To truly experience everything that Los Angeles has to offer, we recommend spending at least 4-5 days in this fantastic city.