Farmer's Daughter Hotel

115 S. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, California, 90036, United States

A favorite of The Price Is Right and American Idol hopefuls (both TV shows tape at the CBS studios nearby) as well as local hipsters, this motel has a tongue-in-cheek country style with farm tools as art, a hopping Sunday brunch, and a little pool accented by giant rubber duckies and bean bags. Rooms have concrete floors, stained wooden accents, and hay-stitched walls, as well as amenities such as iPod docking stations, flat-screen TVs, and a Bluetooth mirror for streaming music in your room. The aforementioned brunch at the popular Tart restaurant includes all-you-can-drink mimosas and Bloody Marys. Just off the parking garage, check out the Art-o-mat, a former cigarette vending machine that now dispenses art. Additional amenities include parking (fee), a communal computer, an in-house retail store, bikes for rent, and a book lending library.


  • great central city location
  • across from the cheap eats of the Farmers Market and The Grove's shopping and entertainment mix


  • shaded pool
  • no bathtubs


Phones: 323-937–3930 | 800-334–1658


63 rooms, 2 suites
Rate Includes: No meals