Los Angeles has the most recent Design Hotels ready to welcome you. We are missing traveling, exploring new places, or going back to where we were happy once. And at the end of a full day, the idea of wearing a plush and comfy robe, enjoying room service in bed, and finally, falling asleep on soft white sheets makes us already dream! Stay with us and see New Design Hotels In Los Angeles.
Hyatt Regency hotels have chosen the city of Aqaba in Jordan, for its recent luxury opening at the Hyatt Regency Aqaba Ayla Resort. Located in the newly built Marina Village, the famous hotel chain worked with interior designer Yabu Pushelberg and the architecture studio Arcadia Design to create a peaceful retreat set between imposing mountains and turquoise lagoons. The perfect home for two of the most iconic pieces of Boca do Lobo’s collection.
FAIRMONT CENTURY PLAZA
The best part of the quarantine was the time it gave us and what we decided to do with it, and this Design Hotel did take the best out of it! Lala Land’s famous Fairmont Century Plaza has spent about $2.5 billion on a makeover and has already open doors.
Recently, Pendry added a new property to its luxurious portfolio, Pendry Hotel in West Hollywood – the first in Los Angeles. Designed by the giant Martin Brudnizki, this Design Hotel features 149 stylish guest rooms inspired by ocean waves and dusky skies and 40 residences with exhilarating views of the Hollywood Hills.
“When I think of Los Angeles, I think of color. There aren’t many cities that offer such a vibrant and iconic palette.”
DOWNTOWN L.A. PROPER
Definitely, one of the best Design Hotels you will stay in this summer! Downtown L.A. Proper is the most recent Proper Hotel, also designed by the queen Kelly Wearstler – One More To Add To Her Stunning Portfolio.
In a completely redesigned 1920s California Renaissance Revival building, space exceeds expectations: Kelly Wearstler has dressed the walls in a muted, jewel-toned palette of seafoam green, rich lavender, and matte copper, opting for complementary pieces in earthy tones and soft textures. A globetrotter, Kelly finds influences everywhere from Mexico to France to Morocco, with hints of classic modernism and elements of the 1920s.
Located on the foothills of Griffith Park there’s Cara, a Design Hotel that immediately takes us to a tranquil 60-room spa.
Decked out in bright white, hand-woven rattan and glossy greenery, the former 1950s motel is a unique nod to California living as we’ve never seen it before. In addition, Cara Hotel is full of natural light and organic elements, including light oak and cream-colored limestone.