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W Hollywood

Rising Star

fromUSD $281*night
Includes all taxes & fees
*Based on a 7 night stay, from Sun, Jun 27 to Sun, Jul 4. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

Los Angeles, California

W Hollywood

Rising Star

What it is

A 265-room party den rising 12 stories over Hollywood Boulevard, with a sceney rooftop pool and bar.

What it isn't

Too cool for comfort. Relaxation still reigns here—note the pillowtop mattresses, fluffy goose down comforters and Bliss Spa amenities in the Carrara marble-lined bathrooms.

What we think

If you came to Lalaland to become the next “It Girl” or “It Guy,” well...this is it, the ideal launchpad. W Hollywood has perfected the art of combining seemingly effortless California “cool” with hospitality, from the limousine and grocery shopping service (hey, what’s good enough for an Oscar winner is good enough for you) to the rooftop WET deck, where cabanas flank a pristine turquoise pool looking out over the skyline. Don’t miss the two story, 6,000-square-foot Bliss Spa, where you’ll be “spa-struck” by the triple oxygen facial that leaves your skin red-carpet ready in 75 minutes flat.

You're here because

The hotel has its own Sound Suite, pre-stocked all the required elements of a topnotch recording studio—and you have a hankering to become the next Weezer.

The Moment

There are so many up-and-coming starlets awaiting at table at organic-focused Delphine Eatery & Bar, it’s plainly obvious you’ve come to the right place. But after a bite of your lobster artichoke melt on croissant, you realize they’re not here to be discovered—they’re here for the resplendent food. “Waiter, can I order a Bourbon Dreams cocktail?” You’ll cheers to that.

Restaurants & Bars

- Delphine - American cuisine with a French flair

- The Living Room - Relaxed space serving cocktails and light bites

- Station Hollywood - Outdoor space for drinks, featuring a DJ


Centrally located on Hollywood Boulevard—home to the Hollywood Walk of Fame—you’re within a quick stroll of Hollywood highs (NeueHouse cultural center, with its rooftop cinema club) and delicious, touristy lows (the Museum of Broken Relationships, as seen on The Bachelor).

6250 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, 90028
CA, United States