Need to know
Eighty-one, including 30 suites.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $335.75, excluding tax at 15.5 per cent.
Rates usually include Continental breakfast.
The hotel will be undergoing a floor-by-floor spruce up until September 2018; disruption to guests should be minimal during this time.
At the hotel
Gym, open 24 hours. In rooms: Egyptian linens, Kiehl’s bath products, minibars, in-room spa sessions, flatscreen TVs, iPod stations, on-command movies and music, free Wi-Fi, free Nespresso coffee.
Our favourite rooms
Our favourites are the Premier Suites, particularly room 1207 – the private terrace has views of Downtown and the Hollywood Hills, and the oversized tub might make you never want to venture beyond the curved walls of your suite.
Soak up the SoCal sunshine in the hotel’s outdoor pool. If you would prefer a small respite from the sun, make your way to a table and sip your cucumber mojito in the shade.
The Cure Salon and Spa offers a wide variety of treatments in a sumptuous, glamorous setting. Situated in an enclosed Mediterranean terrace, indulge in facials, massages and even LA-ready tans.
Oversized sunglasses, your wrap-party best, and something that says ‘I woke up like this’ for Sunday brunch.
The hotel’s thoroughly wheelchair accessible, with specially adapted guest rooms and a lift.
Pets are pampered guests at the Sunset Tower Hotel, where mini-Sunset Tower beds, bowls, treats, and a pet dining menu are all on offer. Adjoining the hotel is William S. Hart Park (bequeathed by the silent film actor), where dogs can run around off leash See more pet-friendly hotels in Los Angeles.
All welcome, but not catered to. This isn’t particularly a family stay.