Originally opened in 1963 as the Gene Autrey Hotel, the Andaz West Hollywood is a stylish hotel located on Sunset Boulevard. The hotel was infamous as the "Riot Hyatt" in its incarnation as a Hyatt Hotel. The balconies -now enclosed- were scenes of rock stars throwing TVs out of the window.
Rooms are styled in a minimalist fashion with plenty of white space and crisp modern furnishings. All feauture full-lengt windows, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, bathrobes, and complimentary non-alcoholic minibars and luxury toiletries. In-room spa services are offered.
There’s a rooftop swimming pool and sun deck with a stunning view, a 24-hour gym, a swanky lobby lounge, and a restaurant, RH, serving California "market to table" cuisine made from locally sourced ingredients.
• Free Wi-Fi
• Hotel opened: January 2009
• Architecture & Interiors: Janson Goldstein
• Unique: In the late 1960s and 1970s the hotel proximity to popular clubs such as the Whisky a Go Go made it the preferred Los Angeles accommodation for touring rock groups, notably English bands Led Zeppelin, The Who and the Rolling Stones.
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