Best Hotels for the Oscars
Upscale comfort and great views play starring roles at this Hollywood Boulevard hotel.
The 20-story building that houses the Loews Hollywood Hotel rises out of the Hollywood & Highland complex, which contains the Dolby Theatre (home to the Academy Awards) and an assortment of shops and restaurants. The 632 guest rooms feature tasteful décor with nods to mid-century modern design; the most coveted showcase views of the Hollywood sign. The unique Panorama Suite, which occupies the former circular restaurant on the roof, boasts a 270-degree view, a dining table for ten and a baby grand piano.
This urban resort is designed to fulfill guests’ expectations of Golden Age of Hollywood glamour. The grand lobby is graced with a massive mural by Charles Arnoldi, while the pool deck offers plenty of chaise lounges, with a backdrop that mirrors the Babylon set from D.W. Griffith's 1916 epic Intolerance. The full-service Spa Luce invites guests to enjoy a variety of treatments and eucalyptus-infused steam rooms. Second-floor Preston's serves eclectic California cuisine, and the whimsical Lobby Bar is a nice spot to start the evening with a house martini. With 76,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, the hotel specializes in conferences and conventions. Highlights include catering by Wolfgang Puck and use of the Dolby Theatre stage for events that will not soon be forgotten.
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