After a 2003 restoration by designer Dodd Mitchell, this 1927 landmark, a beautiful example of Spanish colonial design, once more welcomed the A-listers who frequented it during Hollywood's heyday. The hotel is at its most dramatic downstairs: in the Dakota steakhouse, at the discreet Library Bar and around the pool, which boasts a restored underwater mural by David Hockney and an often-buzzing bar scene at the poolside lounge. The rooms are sleek, dark and, in places, showing a few signs of wear and tear. Look out for the occasional subtly placed photographic nod to the starry location.
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Halloween at the Roosevelt
For the hotel's annual Halloween bash—spanning the entire property, from ballroom to pool—music will be provided by resident DJs and Big Sean. The Roosevelt DJs know how to get even the most lackadaisical of starlets up and dancing. The hotel will be...Saturday October 29 2016Read more
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The Roosevelt Hotel is a Hollywood icon that has withstood the test of time, much like the legendary movie makers that graced it's halls in Hollywood's Golden Age. This is a great place to pop in for a drink or just sit in the lobby and admire the architecture.
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Did you grow up hoping you would be famous? Did those hopes epically fail? Well, head to the Roosevelt Hotel and you'll feel famous even if just for a day. Sitting by the palm-tree bordered pool here is a sure-fire way to immediately feel like you're someone, but expect to pay like you're someone too because the drinks and food from the bar by the pool is quite pricey.