This residential-style, modern inn offers pied-à-terres which are outstanding for longer stays.
Palihouse Holloway doesn't state flat-out what it is, but it's very clear about what it's not: "it is not a boutique hotel, and it is not a luxury residence." However, it is certainly popular, a counterculture cornerstone in Hollywood's creative community that attracts icons from the spotlight and behind the scenes alike.
When you arrive you'll be struck by the distinctive fusion of European and Californian styles. Avi Brosh's Palihouse Courtyard Brasserie offers a playful menu with wryly-coined cocktails such Writer's Block, while the intimate lighting invites you to start jotting down story ideas on the backs of napkins, if not on your laptop.
With fully furnished loft and studio residences, Palihouse Holloway generally expects guests to stay for a week or longer, however, it is open to visitors who only want to stay a few days. For the most part, it's a place where locals come to recharge batteries and get work done - as such, it's a great place to get to know a side of Los Angeles you'd normally never see.