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Loews Hollywood

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • large rooms with new contemporary-styled furniture
  • Red Line Metro–station adjacent

    Cons

  • corporate feeling
  • very touristy

Fodorite Reviews

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Loews Hollywood Review

Part of the massive Hollywood & Highland shopping and entertainment complex, this 20-story Renaissance is at the center of Hollywood's action. Contemporary art (notably by L.A. favorites Charles and Ray Eames), retro '60s furniture, terrazzo floors, and wood and aluminum accents greet you in the lobby. For the ultimate party pad, book the Panorama Suite, with angled floor-to-ceiling windows, vintage Eames furniture, a grand piano, and a sunken Jacuzzi tub with a view. Spa Luce, the hotel's poolside spa, offers nontoxic products for nail services, soothing spice-tinged body treatments, and spa cuisine.

    Hotel Details

  • 604 rooms, 33 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-20-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Looking forward to my return

    This very modern, trendy hotel was in the perfect location and had the perfect vibe for what I was looking for. I came to LA expecting to party, relax, and sightsee. The hotel is perfectly situated on Hollywood and Highland next to the Chinese theater and near all the LA hot spots like Les Duex and LAX. I did all of the above except relax. But I am looking forward to my next return to this establishment because I hear that they are opening a new spa that is supposed to be the flagship spa of Hollywood and Highland. That will be a wonderful addition to the already outstanding hotel which I love!

    by lizzyku, 2/21/08
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    Fine Rooms, No Service

    Stayed here last week and while the rooms were very clean and big -- they were strangely appointed with modern furniture sparsley spread out in the room -- not really warm and fuzzy. Fire alarm went off twice in 12 hours, but that could happen anywhere. Real quibble is that I needed some suits ironed and called several times to housekeeping and could not get a soul to answer the phone. Ring, ring, ring. A very practical hotel but if you're looking for a more personal touch, go elsewhere.

    by PalmPilot, 11/21/06
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    Great location, fine, but not spectacular hotel

    This is a good hotel, but definitely not a great one. It has a wonderful, walkable Hollywood location, that's the best thing about it. I have stayed at this hotel 2xs. The first time I stayed there was just a week after it opened, and I thought it was very nice, and liked the midcentury decor. I stayed there again on 11/11/06, about 5 years after it first opened, and while it's still a fine place, it is showing signs of wear. Our first impression upon entering the executive room we'd reserved was a very strong stale odor. I moved to open the windows for fresh air, but they don't open. The hallway held several trays left over from room service. The room was comfortable, fairly basic Marriott, but fine. The executive room has a larger bath room than the regular rooms, which are small. A good choice for the location, but a overrated on tripadvisor and a little overpriced for what you get.

    by Little_Man, 11/13/06

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