Flats offer charming touches like mix-matched kitchenware that cement the Bohemian feel.
Sure, Hollywood and its celebrities can get a little out of control at times, stepping out with high hopes and low inhibitions. But, the glamour is still here, and sits fresh and reawakened at Matthew Rolston's, The Redbury.
Unpretentious and welcoming, the spirit of Old Hollywood rides again in the bespoke halls of The Redbury. All 57 rooms are acutely bohemian in there aesthetic, dressed in heavily patterned furnishings, and featuring large balconies in case guests need to hastily pose for paparazzi.
When in L.A., dining choices can tell as much about you as the shoes on your feet. Luckily, guests won't have to go far to find eats as hip as their souls. In the hotel, Cleo's big and rustic flavors dominate a menu your wallet will appreciate as much as your taste buds do. The Old Hollywood feel continues here with yards of dark wood, moody lighting, and tufted chairs.
When it's time to be seen, head ½ a block down the street to the hotel's, Katsuya by Stark. And stark it is - white - to be precise. Feeling a touch haggard from the previous evening but need sushi nonetheless? Don't have a meltdown. Instead, call room service; they'll bring you all the sushi-therapy you need.