Palihouse West Hollywood
Though the phrase “extended stay” may summon images of dreary corporate apartments, West Hollywood’s Palihouse proves that it’s a concept that can be done in high style. Boasting boutique-hotel looks alongside apartment-scale space and a discreet low-maintenance atmosphere, it’s quite a change from the paper-thin walls and late-night circus ambience of the typical high-design establishment.
Any place you’re meant to spend upwards of a week had better come with plenty of creature comforts, and this one does: 600sq ft (55m2), at minimum, plus full kitchens. Flat-screen televisions and DVD players are standard, as are high-end Egyptian cotton linens and marble bathrooms equipped with rain showers and C.O. Bigelow bath products.
And anywhere you’re settling in for an extended stay should have a restaurant that it’s hard to get tired of. On that score The Hall is much more than adequate, serving classic brasserie fare on a courtyard patio and in an adjoining dining room, both charmingly sedate spaces. Add a lobby lounge and an espresso bar and you’re covered for all hours of the day or night — for a week in West Hollywood you could do a whole lot worse.
Note: Palihouse West Hollywood is an extended stay hotel. For most dates throughout the year, a 2+ night minimum stay applies.
• Free Wi-Fi throughout
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