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This daringly decorated bed-and-breakfast also offers a lively nightlife scene.
Built in the 1930s, this elegant boutique hotel was once the home of silent film stars Dorothy and Lillian Gish. It is tucked on a quiet street away from the bustle of Wilshire Boulevard. At first glance it appears to be little more than a quaint inn, but inside, a vibrant color palette and bold design statements declare this property both innovative and unique.
Juxtaposing the best of French and Far East styles, 44 guest rooms offer a whimsical look with four-poster beds and unique accents. Although the décor alone makes it worth a stay, amenities like DVDs, CD players and high-speed Internet access sweeten the deal. There's no pool, but guests are granted spa and swimming privileges at sister property Mosaic just steps away (also decorated by design doyenne Kelly Wearstler). A refined, cool and sophisticated crowd inhabits this unique property. Speakeasy style Bar Noir is one of L.A.'s most discreet nightspots.
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