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The London West Hollywood, Los Angeles

1 February 2015

Words: Jade Sprowson / Image: The London, West Hollywood

Only steps away from the famed Sunset Strip, The London West Hollywood merges its quintessential British character – aristocratic touches and bulldog statues – with the allure of Old Hollywood – plush velvet sofas, teal leather and polished marble surfaces. Recently added to the 200-room hotel are 16 luxury vista suites designed by the David Collins Studio, along with five Gate Suites, each of which are named after the respective gates of London’s great Hyde Park. 

Victoria, Alexandra, Elizabeth, Apsley and Curzon may be British by name but they are definitely American by size, with each one- and two-bedroom suite spanning up to 1,975-square-foot of oak flooring, and all boasting a kitchenette and enviable terraces showcasing Hollywood in all its glory. As for dining, you won’t need to go further than the ground floor of the hotel, where you can soak up the informal charm and French-influenced menu of British chef Gordon Ramsey and his team’s restaurant, Maze.