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7 Must-Stay Hotels In Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles has some of the best weather in the country, all-year-round. If you are ever looking to travel there, or reside there and you’re in desperate need of a staycation, we found some of the area’s must-stay hotels.
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This Beverly Hills oasis is the perfect place for luxury, when you want to treat yourself. Being in the heart of Beverly Hills, you are also close to all of the shopping on Rodeo Dr. Bring your swimsuit, because the pool is definitely a place you’ll want to spend some time at.
Another option for those who enjoy luxury and don’t mind the occasional splurge. This hotel is home to one of the only rooftop pools on LA’s westside. It will also open a new spa concept in 2021, that focuses on wellness practices from the Eastern part of the world.
As Young Thug and Travis Scoot told us, “you can meet me at The London.” This now-famous hotel located in Beverly Hills, has one of the most photo-worthy pool areas around.
Looking to stay on a budget? This is the perfect spot. You’ll still be in a prime location, and there’s a pool on-site, too. The rustic, warehouse fill will almost make you feel like you’re in a new city.
Another popular and iconic hotel brand. With mountain views and trendy vibes, it’s almost hard to believe that the prices are so reasonable. Head out to the pool for a little R&R or a change in your work-from-home scenery.
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This hotel has been around for decades, yet it still holds its own among the best. The Hollywood Roosevelt’s sign can be seen block away, and once you do you know you’re in the right place.
Looking for one of LA’s sexiest rooftops? Look no further. The H Hotel is home to a rooftop bar area that is sure to have people asking, “where are you?” The property is almost next door to LAX and a short 15-minute ride to Venice Beach.
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