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W Hollywood

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • Metro stop outside the front door
  • you'll be equipped for an in-room party–from ice to cocktail glasses

    Cons

  • small pool
  • pricey dining and valet parking
  • soundproofing issues

W Hollywood Review

Just off the historic intersection of Hollywood and Vine and above a busy Metro station, the W Hollywood is ultra-modern and outfitted for the wired traveler. Party people will be happy here too. The soaring lobby glitters with mod accents: there's a dramatic spiral staircase and backlit alabaster bar. All of Hollywood's new hot spots are nearby; on the hotel's rooftop, Drai's nightclub glitters and spills out to the pool deck and private curtained cabanas. Rooms are white-on-white with many mirrors and slick surfaces. Technology is of-the-moment: HD flat-screen TV, iPod docking station, dimmers on most lights, and easy access to electrical outlets. A cushioned window seat and the super-comfortable low-rise platform bed with petal-soft duvet set the rooms apart from the usual. Delphine, the hotel's airy restaurant, is a friendly brasserie. The all-white Bliss spa has a small sauna, steam showers, and a well-trained staff. A real treat: Bliss spa products are in-room too.

    Hotel Details

  • 265 rooms, 40 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-10-2011

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