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Los Angeles: L'Ermitage or Sofitel

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I'm going to be in LA for three nights in December to attend a family wedding. The venues are the LA County Museum of Art on Wilshire and Lucques on Melrose.

I don't drive so renting a car is not an option. I'll be using cabs to get to the wedding-related events and would like to stay somewhere walkable. I'm not planning on sightseeing.

I am currently booked at the L'Ermitage. I have an excellent rate which includes breakfast and internet. I know it is a fabulous hotel, I'm just a little bit concerned about the location. They tell me that I am an easy walk into the center of Beverly Hills but I am not convinced.

For the same rate (not including breakfast), I could stay in the Opera Suite at the Sofitel. I know the hotels don't compare but the Sofitel is across from the Beverly Center and seems a bit more central.

It has been over 20 years since my last visit to LA so advice would be welcome.

Thanks!

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