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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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.
Great hotel, very recommended from all aspects, you can book it here directly:
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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.