Best Luxury Hotels in Los Angeles

Los Angeles has no shortage of luxury hotels offering a range of world-class accommodations and top-notch amenities. With its combination of stunning locations, high-end amenities and exceptional service, the dozens of hotels in Los Angeles cater to discerning travelers seeking a memorable and indulgent stay. Here are some of our favorite luxury hotels in Los Angeles.

Feature photo: Courtesy of Shutters on the Beach

Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel

Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel

This iconic hotel at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Rodeo Drive has been a Beverly Hills fixture since 1928. Though the lure of Beverly Hills shopping will likely find guests hitting the neighborhoods sidewalks, spending an afternoon poolside with a cocktail is a worthy pursuit. Even better is taking a sensory journey (the walk through the alcove with water walls and a giant crystal is magical) via the Forbes Five-Star The Spa at Beverly Wilshire.

TIP: Dining at Wolfgang Pucks The Cut, or TheBlvd, is spectacular, as well.

Chateau Marmont

Chateau Marmont

Tucked away just off the Sunset Strip of West Hollywood (WeHo) is the famed Chateau Marmont. Theres a sense of mystery, along with a bit of awe, when visiting this 1927-opened hotel. Dine at the Chateaus charming restaurant in a garden setting and get a chance to get a glimpse of film deals being made over lunch. Check into a suite or bungalow, and a sense of privacy prevails — yes, one can relax in Moroccan ambiance without the threat of prying eyes.

TIP: Stay in the Penthouse Suite — time on the terrace may lead to extending ones stay.

Conrad LA

Conrad LA

Even before its July 2022 grand opening in Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA), Conrad LA was creating a buzz. The Frank Gehry-designed, 28-story luxury hotel appeals to the eye with its blend of contemporary and West Coast Modernist movement styles. From the private pool deck overlooking the city, its possible to see nearby DTLA attractions, including The Broad museum, Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), and The Music Center. Conrad LA is located within an attraction itself — The Grand LA, a new shopping, dining, and entertainment destination.

TIP: Want to know where to luxuriate during a stay? Take a wellness journey via Conrad Spa. Follow up by dining at one of two restaurants from Chef José Andrés — over Spanish cuisine at San Laurel, or Latin and Asian flavors at Agua Viva on the hotels rooftop.

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The Peninsula Beverly Hills

Traditional afternoon tea in The Living Room of The Peninsula could be the most civilized way to begin a stay at this luxury hotel. No matter the temps outside, the crackling fireplaces are cozy and welcoming. Save room for dining at The Belvedere, a European brasserie, then partaking in an aperitif at The Club Bar later.

TIP: Staying in an elegant suite comes with a perk that makes one look forward to LA traffic — the complimentary use of a BMW.

Shutters on the Beach

Shutters on the Beach

Settle in at one of the myriad spots where Shutters on the Beach takes advantage of its oceanfront location. The hotel is a true getaway, all whilst being in the thick of Santa Monica Boardwalks action. Take in the full vibe via Beach House Suite accommodations, where two fireplaces, two balconies, and the lulling waves of the Pacific are ready-made for relaxing.

TIP: Book luxuriant treatments at ONE Spa, followed by seasonal, local, and coastal cuisine at the resorts three dining venues: Coast Beach Café and Bar, Living Room, One Pico Restaurant, and Courtyard where, yes, the views continue to dazzle.

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