Large rooms (they start at 520 square feet), many with big balconies
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
Parking on site
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Modern belle of Bel Air with tennis courts, heated pool, spa and seasonal Cali fare
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.
Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel
11461 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90049
How to Get There
- FROM I-405 NORTH OR SOUTH
EXIT SUNSET BOULEVARD, HOTEL IS ON WEST SIDE OF FREEWAY
AND WILL BE ON RIGHT HAND SIDE OF SUNSET BOULEVARD.