Sunset Tower Hotel

8358 Sunset Blvd. (King's Rd.)

This elegant hotel offers an ode to old school L.A. on the Sunset Strip.

The Sunset Tower Hotel served as home to such luminaries as Howard Hughes, Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra

This hotel has a past as varied and star-studded as the city it inhabits. Designed in 1929, the Sunset Tower Hotel served as home to such luminaries as Howard Hughes, Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra. The on-site dining venue, The Tower Bar & Restaurant (for Italian-French cuisine and low-key celebrity spotting), used to be Bugsy Siegel's apartment. For a while, the hotel was known as The Argyle, but a major renovation, which stripped away original Art Deco trappings and replaced them with a contemporary, subdued look, has returned it to the Sunset Tower once again. The restoration also eschewed modern Hollywood and its lack of subtlety for a mood honoring the decorum of yesteryear. Interior colors would be right at home in a classic old boys' club  you won't find any pretense or ingratiating playfulness here. Instead, custom furnishings and artwork adorn suites and bedrooms, which are equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows, iPod stations and wireless high-speed Internet. Every room is pet-friendly and offers beds, bowls and treats, with a dog park close by where Fido can run off the leash. Two penthouse apartments have enviable views (as do the bar and pool deck), and the onsite CURE Salon & Spa is a welcoming retreat that boasts the latest treatments from celebrated stylists, aestheticians, therapists and med-spa practitioners. 

Hotel Information

Address

8358 Sunset Blvd. (King's Rd.)

Contact

323-654-7100, 800-225-2637 Hotel’s Website

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