Hollywood Hotel Rental Photos and Description
Hotel, 2 Bedrooms, 1.5 Baths, (Sleeps 4-5)
5 unique and individually designed luxury-styled suites bring back the romance, passion & the glamour of Hollywood.
THE PARISIAN SUITE, inspired by Grace Kelly, is 2 bedroom/1 bathroom suite that emphasizes the light & airy and is fit for a Queen & her King.
THE ART DECO SUITE is a 2 bedroom/1.5 bathroom suite that is inspired by Humphrey Bogart and overlooks the Hollywood sign. Its clean lines, dark woods, and contemporary feel scream sensuality.
THE CARIBBEAN SUITE is a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom complete with a lovely patio where you can dine under the stars and a lovely old fig tree.
The HOLLYWOOD GLAMOUR Suite is 2 bedroom 1 bathroom that boasts luxurious textures and exquisite lighting as well as a lovely garden patio with European fountain and sculpture.
LA PETITE SUITE is a 1 bedroom one bathroom located in the heart of Historic Hollywood- just steps away from the Hollywood Stars!
Keywords: Apartments, Vacation Rental, Hotel, Hotel Suite, Bungalow, Cottage, Condo
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
Coming from NYC, the 1000 sq ft sprawling Neoclassic suite I stayed in was such a treat! Honestly, I hung my hat and wished I'd never have to leave. The "suite" was more like a fully furnished home. There was a beautifully decorated master bedroom with the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in! I actually asked the manager where they buy their sheets because they were so AMAZING! The shower in the bathroom had a rain forest showerhead and very pretty mosaic tiles. The full kitchen had every thing a cook could want to cook or bake with, which helped me to cut down on some of my dining out expenses. I also enjoyed some great R & R time just plopped on the huge white sofa living room/ dining room area. The entrance to my suite was like something out of a book. There was an archway covered with Jasmine & Roses, and a thick hedge of jasmine leading up the stairway to my private entrance. I was assigned a small parking space covered with cascading fuchsia bougainvillea in a carport in back of the hotel. It was a small space, but typical of city parking and plenty big enough for the SUV I had rented. The hotel was so centrally located that it made my agenda so accessible and simple. I rarely saw any staff, which I rather liked as I am a very private person. Still, there was a letter addressing me when I arrived with contact numbers in case I did need to reach a member of the hotel staff after hours. I did have the pleasure of meeting one of the owners. She explained to me that they were opening a few more bungalows in the near future, which I am eager to try out on my next trip to LA.