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Chateau Marmont Hotel
Called the idiosyncratic jewel of Hollywood history, the Chatuea Marmont inspires deep devotion. Billy Wilder said, “I would rather sleep in a bathroom than in any other hotel.” West Hollywood

Beverly Hills Hotel
A Hollywood icon for 100 years, was named the first historic landmark for the city of Beverly Hills and is the subject of the long-anticipated book “The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows – The First 100 Years.”

Beverly Wilshire Hotel
This historic five-star hotel was once known as “Beverly Wilshire Apartment Hotel” and was home to Elvis Presley, Warren Beatty, and John Lennon. Famous guests include President Barack Obama, the Emperor of Japan Hirohito, the Dalai Lama and Michael Caine.

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
an historic Spanish-style hotel named after Theodore Roosevelt, The Hollywood Roosevelt has a long history of catering to the Hollywood elite. It was originally financed by Hollywood luminaries Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Sid Grauman, and Louis B. Mayer. The hotel “Blossom Room hosted the first-ever Academy Awards ceremony in 1929. Today the hotel features Teddy’s Nightclub¬® arguably the hottest spot in town.

Hotel Bel-Air
This five-star hotel near Sunset Boulevard opened in the 1920, Many famous films and photographs were shot on location here. Presidents, royalty and celebrities have inhabited its suites. Specialty suites include the Grace Kelly, Presidential, Chalon, Herb Garden, Swan Lake, Grand and Patio Suites.