Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel
What We Love
- Quiet, secluded spot close to major thoroughfares
- Large rooms (they start at 520 square feet), many with big balconies
- Free WiFi
What To Know
- Rooms on the hillside can mean long walks up a slope
- Shuttle will take you around the property and even to the Getty Center and other area attractions
- Nothing within walking distance
- Walls are thin, so rooms can be a bit noisy at times
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Hidden on seven leafy acres in Bel Air, the Luxe feels like a tranquil country retreat. Earth tones and neutral colors dominate the interior design by Mary McDonald and make for a calm and relaxing setting. The beige-on-beige scheme can seem a little vanilla, but it’s a welcome reprieve from L.A. properties that try too hard to be colorfully hip.
Bed and Bath
The 161 guestrooms come with feather duvets, stacks of decorative pillows, flat-screen TVs and iPod docking stations. The feel is modern and serene, with white lacquer parsons desks, wicker benches and oversize seashell images. About a third of the rooms have balconies — be sure to request one when booking. Marble bathrooms in standard rooms have tub-shower combos and plush towels.
Ideal for active Angelenos and visitors, the Luxe offers an outdoor heated pool, a tennis court and a fitness center. Afterward reward yourself with seasonal Cali cuisine at On Sunset or blood orange martinis and truffle fries at the Luxe Lounge. Or book a treatment at the Asian-themed spa. The hotel provides a 24-hour shuttle between the property’s various levels.
How to Get There
Comfortable, cheerful, friendly staff, attractive decor and reasonable price. Heated pool, too!
Great location. This was our fourth or fifth stay and we appreciate the consistency of service and attention to detail.
This place is tucked away off Sunset. Every Uber driver tried to access from the wrong driveway..it's very secluded. The rooms are spacious and well appointed. My bathroom was (almost) the size of a racquetball court. The views of LA are great, however they come at a cost...this hotel is in two buildings. Most rooms are in a building at the top of a hill, a very steep hill. I walked to my room, but am in pretty good shape, please note that you may have to take a golf cart to/from your room. They run frequently, so it's a minor annoyance. The hotel is super close to the Getty, and not far from UCLA and Westwood. You'll also find the restaurant in the lobby to be quite good.
I have stayed at numerous hotels in Los Angeles over the last 15 yrs and asiide from being the best value it provides undoubtedly one of the best experiences as well. First, the location of Sunset in Brentwood and just across from UCLA provides easy access to the places we usually visit (Malibu, Palisades, Beverly Hills, Encino, Melrose)
The room is impeccable - Comfortable bed, linens, spacious living area, great water pressure. I love the boutique style and the staff is extremely accomodating. Although this wasn’t my first trip, it was our first time to use the pool and I was pleasantly surprised to know it was heated so our nephew could enjoy it. We also brought our 2 yr old and the crib mattress was firm and thick like ours at home.
The only other hotel that has provided this experience is in Westlake / Agoura Hills which is not conveniently located to much within the city. I mightly recommend this hotel!
The is really nice hotel with large rooms and lots of amenities. We stayed at the top of the hill and took a ride in the golf cart up the hill, no big deal. Great staff and lovely small bar. Pool was nice and pleasant to lay at and get some sun. It is near the 405 but it did not bother us at all. If your sensitive to noise you want to pick anther place to stay. Another point is this is a great location for LA.
Great service and design, the rooms where outstanding. We arrived very late and the staff was very kind. I love the investment in in-room technology. The only yhing I didnt like was the price for parking, almost 40 usd