This all-suite hotel is nestled into a super quiet and relaxing neighborhood of West Hollywood, yet still conveniently close to major streets and bustling areas. Home to many entertainment business types and creative artists, the hotel features everything from a luxurious pool to a jaw-dropping Skydeck to a rooftop tennis court. Families will also find themselves at home, as rooms come with a wide array of amenities.
YOU SHOULD KNOW Parking in this neighborhood is incredibly tricky due to permit signs on every street. That leaves parking at the hotel if you rent a car, and that will run you $42 a night.
Incredibly spacious rooms have curtained dividers between a step-up bedroom area and a living room. The suites include kitchenettes, balconies, fireplaces, and fold-out queen size sofa beds.
YOU SHOULD KNOW There’s a $20 resort fee and that covers the cost of Wi-Fi, daily bottled water, and Wolfgang Puck coffee in the room.
The marble-laden bathrooms have giant, well-lit vanity mirrors and shower/tub combos. The hotel uses Gilchrist & Soames bath products.
A small and simple lobby is appointed with gray, comfy couches, area rugs, and multicolored tile floors. Here, guests can grab complimentary coffee and newspapers or make use of the business center.
The roof deck pool has first-come-first-serve cabanas and is surprisingly open to the public. There’s also a hot tub as well as full food and beverage service.
A small and very narrow gym includes free weights and a few cardio machines. There’s also a sauna if you want to sweat without any of the work.
The hotel has its very own tennis court on the roof deck. If you ask nicely at the front desk, they’ll provide you with free rackets and tennis balls.
The hotel restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and serves a creative menu of seasonal California cuisine.
The restaurant has a full bar, and guests are encouraged to take in their beverages by the roof deck pool and soak in the views of the city.
Don’t rent a car. Parking is too expensive and you’re right in the middle of the city within walking distance to anything you might need. If you do want to get to other parts of town, order an Uber or Lyft – it’ll still be cheaper than parking plus rental costs.
Want to see some celeb starlets while in town? Hop down to mega-popular Urth Caffé, where if you’re lucky, you’ll be in the background of a paparazzo’s photo. For an upscale and trendy night out, check out Koi Los Angeles (2-minute walk) across the street from the hotel.
There’s a really fun bar right by the hotel called The Belmont (1-minute walk). They have a generous weekday happy hour, Trivia Tuesdays, Sunday Karaoke, and Wine & Beer Wednesdays! For an LA "in-crowd" scene, check out The Nice Guy (9-minute walk), which combines Italian eats with late night drinks.
WHY WE LIKE IT
Le Parc Suite works well for as a quiet getaway while only being a stone’s throw from the action. The tennis court is a unique amenity in the city and the pool is nice rooftop treat. Both families and creative types will feel at home with spacious rooms and self-service items like kitchenettes and in-room coffeemakers. There is a resort fee, but it’s not exorbitant. The location is the major selling point as the neighborhood is ultra-safe, while the main streets are only a block away and lead you to incredible things to do and eat or drink.