“featuring a 3,500 square foot movie screen”
The W Hotel's outdoor courtyard lounge features a 3,500 square foot movie screen. After dinner, why not take the elevator up to our rooftop nightclub? Offering signature cocktails and late night supper, enjoy unparalleled views of the Hollywood sign and the Los Angeles skyline. Open late most nights. To delight in a diva moment, be sure to call our Bliss spa. A quick call brings you a masseuse in mere minutes. Or take advantage of one of their soothing superstar spa treatments! Treat your body like the temple it is. If its energy you require, get physical at our fitness center and bring out that glistening glow! Shape up with personal training, Pilates and top-of-the-line equipment. Alternatively relax poolside in the water wonderland located on our rooftop! A credit card must be presented upon arrival. USD 500 will be authorized on the credit card. It will not be a charge. W Hollywood guests enjoy staying at the address of one of the most glamorous hotspots on earth , Hollywood and Vine. The hotel is conveniently located on the historic Walk of Fame, near the Pantages Theater and the classic Kodak Theater. Other nearby spectacular landmarks include the fully restored El Capitan, the cultural icon known as the Greek, and the world-famous Grauman's Chinese and Egyptian Theaters. Vintage Hollywood meets modern chic in guestrooms fit for a screen legend. Experience a signature W bed, ultra-plush W robes, exclusive Bliss Spa products, state-of-the-art technology and entertainment system, and the fabulous Munchie Box. Wonderful Rooms feature views of Interior Motorcourt/Courtyard and some rooms have views of our public wall art installation. Our French brasserie serves up exquisite cuisine and brings a taste of the Cote d'Azur to the heart of Hollywood. The expansive, indoor-outdoor space is located at street level facing bustling Hollywood Boulevard, and is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as weekend brunch. Both casual and sophisticated, the restaurant serves classic and modern interpretations of French cuisine,everything from a cafe au lait and croissant in the morning to bistro-inspired entrees and les fruits de la mer at the extensive raw bar in the evening. Additionally, guests can enjoy the California evenings on the outdoor patio after dinner while enjoying a French-styled specialty cocktail or a glass of wine from the restaurant's extensive cellar. The Living Room (lobby) is the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail while enjoying a fashion show, wine tastings or film screenings. Black tufted leather sofas and lounge chairs provide a comfortable settin to admire the decadent backlit lobby bar crafted of glowing Onice Fantastico onyx which fronts a 2-story, 3-dimensional classic modernist screen wall inspired by the mid-century garden walls and the block houses of Frank Lloyd Wright. The two level Living Room is created with richly layered materials and architectural elements including bold, modern graphic carpeting, Venetian plastered walls, and gleaming Italian marble floors. Punctuating the grand Living Room is a truly grand spiral stair of white marble set gloriously against a backdrop of curved bronze mirror mosaic wall, and graced with a glimmering chandelier cascading from the gilded ceiling above. The grand stair sits upon a red carpeted platform where you can indulge your hidden exhibitionist, with you and your friends romping across an enormous circular opium bed sheathed in creamy crocodile print leather, and piled high with pillows. Hanging out on the stairs never looked or felt so good.
From the first second we entered the W Hollywood we were impressed by the environment surrounding us. Located just minutes from the Walk of Fame, it was just what we needed in order to spend our day having all the amenities close to us.
The staff helped us immediately even though we checked in very early.
The room was great, spacious enough and with a full mini bar. The view was great and we really enjoyed the night lights from our window.
The pool is great and very clean, you really enjoy spending time there relaxing.
I once told Nick Swardson, during a gala, that I loved his work in GRANDMA'S BOY, but that his turn as himself on his television show and as an enormously...gifted... manchild in BUCKY LARSON were both below his ability and talent. He took it extremely well for a man who was being berated for his career decisions by a drunken 22-year old.
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