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Hotel Amarano Burbank

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • boutique style in a Valley location
  • pleasant breakfast room

    Cons

  • Pass Avenue street noise

Fodorite Reviews

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Hotel Amarano Burbank Review

Close to Burbank's TV and movie studios, the smartly designed Amarano feels like a Beverly Hills boutique hotel. The vibe is residential; the look understated (muted beiges and greens). The lobby is a welcoming living room with glass-enclosed fireplace and corners for quiet conversation, cocktails, or tapas. Pillowtop beds are covered in comfy duvets; thoughtful touches include plush bathrobes and hooks for hanging garment bags. Generous work spaces have state-of-the-art lighting, and bathrooms have granite vanities, makeup mirrors, and shelves for storage. The rooftop sundeck has a brightly striped cabana and view of the nearby hills. An addition in 2012 added rooms, suites, a much needed pool, and a swanky penthouse pad.

    Hotel Details

  • 108 rooms, 24 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-20-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Classy and a great Value

    I could not believe a hotel of this class was in Burbank. We went to see the Tonight Show, quite honestly all the guests seem to stay at The Graciela. It was beautiful and our room was large with the most incredible beds. Food was excellent as well as the staff. Not stuffy, very friendly. Highly recommend this great hotel

    by Jackson7, 7/6/07

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