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1. Sunset Marquis Hotel 4* – West Hollywood Gay Hotels
The Hotel Los Angeles is located in the heart of West Hollywood. Hidden away in a tree lined cul-de-sac, it is just steps from the famed sidewalks of the in West Hollywood. The property boasts 2 outdoor pools and an on-site .
Villas at the property include unique amenities like private lifts, kitchens,dining rooms, televisions, and living rooms. Suites include similar amenities with toiletries and Bluetooth enabled mobile speakers.
There is an on-site bar available at the hotel. There is also a fitness centre and spa available on-site. Guests can enjoy the gardens and 24-hour front desk. The property also is home to successful recording studios and an art gallery.
Tucked away on a residential street off the bustling Sunset Strip, this storied hangout for rock ’n’ roll icons is 2 miles from Beverly Hills.
Minimalist suites with plush beds have up to 2 bedrooms, plus Wi-Fi (fee), flat-screen TVs and mini fridges; some add garden views and/or balconies or patios. Airy garden villas with some retro furnishings and up to 3 bedrooms offer fireplaces, full fridges and/or baby grand pianos. In-room dining and spa services (surcharge) are available 24/7.
Amenities include a posh eatery, and a cozy cocktail bar and a patio. There’s also a day spa, 2 heated outdoor pools and a recording studio.
This hotel is just what i need for a relaxing clean quarantine environment. The rooms are spacious with great air circulation thanks to the balconies. The overall decor is soft bright happy yet rock n’ roll colors.
The staff is easily among the best in America! I highly recommend this hotel to people who need peace of mind, cleanliness, kind and considerate staff balconies and a pool.
Everything about this hotel is fabulous. The beds are sooo comfortable – down mattress topper, down comforter, down pillows – you just sink into the bliss. The restaurant (and room service) is amazing. Spa services are great.
After Marina del Ray we stayed 5 nights in West Hollywood. And there is simply no other hotel to go to, if you want to inhale the flavour of the old “Rock’n Roll city L.A.” Best atmosphere, super friendly and helpful staff from doormen to concierge to front desk, to waiters. The rooms are brilliant and if you are lucky to have a villa, then you feel like in a tropical garden, with the small paths, plants, trees and lights decoration. And not like being in the buzz of WeHo in a few minutes.
The Sunset Marquis is, in a word, superb…a marvelous, extremely charming hidden gem, and absolutely the best kept secret in West Hollywood!! It is literally an enchanted secret garden within the heart of the city that even locals never knew existed! I myself lived in West Hollywood for years, and never heard of or saw the hotel despite frequenting the area and local streets and businesses often.
Apparently, it has been around for decades and was once the home of a vibrant rock and roll scene, complete with a private deluxe recording studio that is still available for guest’s use! The hotel still has a rock’n roll theme in certain places, although one need not be concerned about noise from bands or anything else, as the property is very peaceful and quiet throughout.
Although less than one half a block from the heart of the Sunset strip, specifically the Sunset Plaza section (near the intersection of La Cienega and Sunset Boulevard), the hotel lies in a serene residential district that is extremely convenient to all Hollywood and Beverly Hills attractions. There are numerous shops and excellent restaurants within walking distance, as well as most of the major clubs in town including the Viper room. Other well-known clubs, such as the Whiskey, are just a short distance away and could be easily accessed by a short taxi ride. However, if one is looking to access either the 101 or 10 freeways, this would not be a good location, and you would need to allow at least 15 or more minutes to reach those freeways, depending on traffic volume, which can be quite high.
The rooms are spread out among several two story buildings throughout the lush garden. The hotel was apparently created through the acquisition over time of several private homes and studios, leading to its current design. The hotel has a great website that showcases its excellent selection of room types, which are quite varied; I recommend it checking out thoroughly before making a selection. Some rooms have interesting amenities such as full kitchens, pianos and balconies. The Grand Deluxe 1 bedroom Villa (#51) had an outstanding large bathroom, luxury bath fixtures, a balcony, grand piano and a full kitchen. This villa was also convenient to the spa and restaurant, but yet the room was so extremely private end quiet that even this proximity to the public space of the hotel produced no disturbances of any kind.
I must say that this hotel had the best sleep quality of any hotel I’ve ever stayed at in many years of traveling! I am very sensitive to sleep quality, and this hotel had great pillows (that were neither the usual feather pillows, nor the overly firm foam pillows that one often finds at hotels) as well as a very thick, cozy feather bed on top of the mattress, making sleeping very comfortable. This is very unusual in my experience, and I was very grateful for the outstanding sleep that I experienced at the hotel!!
How much does a room costs at Sunset Marquis Hotel ?
Prices start 250$/night for Junior Suite. The Deluxe Villa is 450$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This spacious 1 bedroom villa has a separate bedroom and a living room with a dining area. It offers a large bathroom with mosaic tile, a rain shower and a soak tub. Most of these villas offer a private patio or a balcony.
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2. Petit Ermitage 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels West Hollywood California
Offering a privatewith stunning views of Los Angeles, a saltwater and indoor/outdoor seating, this elegant 4-star hotel is within one mile of the Sunset Strip.
Each spacious suite at rooms also include luxurious linens and goose down pillows.is equipped with a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi and iPod docking station. All classically furnished
California Mediterranean cuisine is available 24 hours a day in-suite. Meals are created with local organic produce.
This Moroccan-inspired, all-suite hotel is 10 miles from the Museum of Contemporary Art and the storied Troubadour music venue.
Suites feature vividly painted walls, antiques and original art, plus free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, fireplaces, and wet bars or kitchenettes. Upgrades offer separate sitting areas, balconies and/or full kitchens. In-suite dining and spa treatments (fee) are also available.
Guest-only rooftop amenities include a heated saltwater pool, a bohemian bar and a Mediterranean-themed restaurant with cabana dining. There’s also a hummingbird sanctuary/garden, a gym, parking and movie nights on a deck with a fireplace.
Hidden on a corner of West Hollywood near my favorite Japanese restaurant (Ajisai) and the best of gay male party culture, with Pacific Design Center and Melrose shops nearby, this small boutique hotel offers quiet and classy digs for a reasonable price.
Rooms have a sitting area, some with small utilitarian kitchen, mini bar and tv, with comfy bedding and bathroom amenities include a two-spouted shower, for that european feeling in west hollywood. The staff is friendly and low-key, attentive if needed, and the best little rooftop hideaway offers views, a dipping pool, fantastic buffet breakfast (only $20!), with outdoor screenings, a DJ, and other fun stuff to do during the week, if you tire of LA.
The only downside: vegan coffee means no half & half; room service is prompt but not everything arrives quite as ordered; some noise seeps through from ceiling above.
All in all, a great place to stay in Los Angeles, close to gay culture and a very good deal.
The hotel is in a residential neighborhood, so very quiet. Nice and cozy, and many would consider it romantic. Very small – I would guess 70 rooms. There is ample interesting art on the walls, and there is a nice restaurant, bar, courtyard and pool on the roof – which is only the 4th floor.
The staff is helpful and polite. There is ample staff, so you’re not waiting. Not at the desk, or for ice, or parking valet. And there is staff capable in English, Spanish and French.
Restaurant is good. Two dinners included their mediterranean platter, charcuterie, and branzino. All prepared very well. Martinis done exactly as asked. Things are a bit pricey, $17 for a martini, $25 for appetizers and $35 for main course. But you have to remember the neighborhood. Sorry, didn’t order wine. Breakfast will run you about $25.
The area, especially on Santa Monica Boulevard, is very gay friendly. As is the hotel. It is absolutely great place – especially for young and sophisticated couple and the gay man in all ages (hotel is just few steps from the Santa Monica Blvd – the gay district ).
This hotel is situated in WeHo, the main gay district of Los Angeles. The result was a really cool local vibe, with a strong local arts community, millions of cute tiny dogs and some great food options close by.
Our room was enormous, coming with a fully equipped kitchen, large bathroom and king sized bed, plus a huge TV. It was spotlessly cleaned each day. We ordered room service one night which was expensive but excellent quality.
As LA is such a huge city, you will need cabs at some point. However we could walk to Hollywood boulevard, Beverly Hills and a Rodeo drive within 45 leisurely minutes without much trouble and we had breakfast within a ten minute walk each day.
The rooftop bar/terrace was fantastic, a great of use of space with a very smooth vibe. Its a must to take in a great view of the city at night and gives a rare feeling of space.
We would happily stay again if we return to LA.
How much does a room costs at Petit Ermitage ?
Prices start 210$/night for Demi Suite. The One-Bedroom Suite is 310$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This air-conditioned suite features individual HVAC system and a fully stocked honour bar. The room also has a separate seating area with a sofa bed.
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3. Le Parc Suite Hotel 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels West Hollywood CA
Discover an urban oasis and ultimate relaxation at this luxury boutique hotel, located in the heart ofcity centre. Enjoy elegant amenities and state-of-the-art , seconds from the action of the city.
Le Parc Suite Hotel features numerous modern amenities and facilities. Guests can experience the beautiful city from the hotel’s roof, equipped with tennis courts, a swimming pool and a sun deck.
Accessible rooms are also available upon request.
Only steps from Le Parc’s front doors are many of the area’s most famous attractions. Enjoy luxury shopping on Rodeo Drive, dine at legendary restaurants, or discover the vibrant nightlife of Santa Monica Boulevard.
Set on a tree-lined residential street, this relaxed, all-suite hotel is 2 miles from The Grove outdoor mall and 3 miles from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Plush, studio-style suites feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus balconies, minibars, and separate living areas with fireplaces and pull-out sofas. The 1-bedroom suites add kitchenettes. Room service is available.
Amenities include free local shuttle service and a fitness center. The intimate hotel bistro and lounge features a seasonal menu served indoors or on the sundeck beside the heated pool and cabanas. There’s also a lighted rooftop tennis court.
The rooms were absolutely gorgeous, and much larger than I had expected, especially with only three people. Alas, we weren’t able to go for a dip in the pool, but the small fitness room was a welcome addition for my friend who wanted to look his best before hitting the parade.
Yes, the hotel is a bit pricey, but for those who are looking for a great room, attentive staff, and a place within walking distance to all of the local gay bars in West Hollywood, I’d highly recommend Le Parc Suite.
The Le Parc is about 1/3 of mile from the gay clubs in WEHO. The walk to the clubs once you get to Santa Monica is a fun stroll to be seen and to see…
The hotel is right in the middle so that if you want to shop in Beverly Hills, boutiques off Robertson, the Melrose scene you can’t be it. Plus it’s one of the few hotels near the small number of streets you can park at night on the street and save yourself a little parking money. Best free parking in WEHO is Alfred St. (the 3 blocks south of Santa Monica Blvd.)
Le Parc looks like a WEHO condo complex on the outside, but once inside the striped wallpapers with the sun shaped lights and signs made me feel like I was straying at a Disney hotel. The room itself was huge and clean. It almost has a full kitchen and the bed has its own curtain. The only real negative of the room which was clean was that the decor needed to be beefed up or renovated. It felt a little dated especially being in WEHO.
The pool area was fine. The hot tub needed some more water. Overall, I would recommend this hotel especially for the money.
How much does a room costs at Le Parc Suite Hotel ?
Prices start 235$/night for Deluxe King Suite. The Studio Queen Suite is 295$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Featuring a kitchenette, this studio includes Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV with satellite.
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4. Montrose West Hollywood 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels in West Hollywood
Montrose West Hollywood is located in a quiet West Hollywood neighbourhood, just 0.5 miles from the famous Sunset Strip. The hotel offers a rooftop pool terrace with a pool, a tennis court, and cabanas. An on-site restaurant is also available.
All rooms and suites at The Montrose feature an HDTV, a fireplace, a hairdryer, a refrigerator, and a fully stocked mini-bar. Most suites include a balcony and some offer a kitchenette. Accessible rooms are available upon request.
Rooftop poolside dining is also available for those looking to eat a lighter meal outside.
Other rooftop amenities include a full seasonal bar that overlooks Hollywood and a regulation-sized tennis court. Guests can also enjoy a welcome beverage, two complimentary bottles of welcome water, morning coffee & tea, and a fitness centre.
This stylish, all-suite hotel on a tree-lined street is 1 mile from the Sunset Strip and 2 miles from boutiques and dining on Rodeo Drive.
Airy suites, most with balconies, feature a mix of futuristic and retro furnishings, and come with free Wi-Fi and HDTVs, plus fireplaces, mini fridges and minibars. Upgrades add kitchenettes, bedrooms and/or sunken living rooms. In-room dining and massages are available.
A rooftop features a tennis court and a heated saltwater pool. A guests-only restaurant/lounge with wood-paneled walls offers indoor, patio or poolside dining.
Located on a tree-lined street just steps away from the famous Sunset Strip and glamour of Beverly Hills, Montrose West Hollywood is an intimate hotel where urban style meets upscale sophistication. The hotel’s newly redesigned 133 suites are favored by artists and entertainers, where weekend retreats can easily be turned into a week-long extended stay. Montrose West Hollywood features a guests-only cafe and lounge that are ideal for relaxing, work or play, and the hotel’s rooftop pool and bar is a hotspot for alfresco brunch and cocktails while offering stunning views of the West Hollywood skyline.
The hotel is located in proximity to some of the best shopping, dining, and nightlife in West Hollywood and Beverly Hills and minutes away from celebrated attractions, including the Pacific Design Center, Rodeo Drive, Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Beverly Center.
Great hotel in terms of location and ambiance. It was centrally located between all the gay bars in West Hollywood. You could literally walk down the street and you’ll be at Santa Monica blvd. My friends and I got this place for my birthday and it just made our lives so much easier. The bed mattress and pillows were the best! I almost took the pillow home with me. It was the best sleep I’ve gotten.
We are a young professional gay couple in our 30s in LA for an extended weekend getaway (four-night stay). We wanted to stay in WeHo to be close to the gay bars. We opted for this boutique option over the more commercial option on Sunset Blvd. The Montrose is located in quiet, un-scale’ish, residential neighbourhood. I get the impression that it was a apartment building that was refurbished to a hotel. We booked a Deluxe Suite, and was given room 223. Since the building is on a slope, our balcony actually just opened to street level.
The decor of the room looked exactly like the promotional photos, modern chic and just a little over-the-top. It was a very spacious room, a with slightly separate bedroom, living area, and a small kitchen area (though it lacks any sort of kitchen utensils, not even spoons to stir your morning coffee), plus a very large bathroom. It only has some small windows at one end of the room, so the room was somewhat dark.
The king size bed was comfortable. The wifi in the room worked well. Overall, the suite was comfortable and homey, not super luxurious, but felt like staying at home. The one small annoyance was that the suite does smell a bit like an old building, and the ventilation is not great, so the room has a bit of a lingering smell.
The lobby of the hotel was quite modern, nicely decorated and bright. The hallway felt a bit 70s and can perhaps be improved. Front-desk staff were professional and friendly.
How much does a room costs at Montrose West Hollywood ?
Prices start 202$/night for Premier Queen Suite. The Studio Queen Suite is 295$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Featuring a kitchenette, this studio includes Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV with satellite.
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5. Andaz West Hollywood-a concept by Hyatt 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels West Hollywood
Just 5 minutes’ walk from the Sunset Strip, the Andaz West Hollywood – a Concept by Hyatt features onsite dining and a rooftop pool. Rooms feature complimentary non-alcoholic beverages and snacks and free WiFi.
A flat-screen TV and an electronics docking station are provided in each room at the Andaz West Hollywood – a Concept by Hyatt. Free toiletries and bathrobes are also provided in the modern rooms.
RH, the West Hollywood Andaz’s onsite restaurant. features seasonal California cuisine. The restaurant works to highlight “market to table” dishes. RH Bar is a chic evening space serving signature cocktails and appetizers. Guests can enjoy The Sundeck for poolside dining with fresh, light options.
On Sunset Boulevard, this sophisticated hotel with art installations is 2 miles from the Dolby Theatre and 3 miles from Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Chic rooms offer free Wi-Fi and minibars, as well as flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. Suites have Sunset Strip views, floor-to-ceiling windows, living areas and/or contemporary artwork. A penthouse suite adds a dining table, a wet bar and a wine fridge, plus a rainfall shower and a soaking tub. In-room spa treatments are available (fee).
The rooftop features a trendy bar and a pool. Other amenities include a 24/7 gym, a contemporary restaurant/bar and valet parking (fee).
There is also a Rooftop pool which has a good amount of sunbeds and Cabanas with amazing views of the Hollywood Hills and the Million Dollar homes and the views of Los Angeles.
There is a complimentary wine happy hour every evening from 5-7 and you can have more than one and also complimentary coffee and biscuits in the morning.
Every member who worked here was lovely and went out there way several times to make sure our stay was extra special and it certainly was.
The Andaz is really close to everything, Its directly opposite the House of Blues, 15 minutes to almost everywhere in Hollywood and a 10 minute walk to all the gay bars in West Hollywood.
Every inch of this hotel is modern and cool, It’s just a superb hotel and we can’t wait to come back and enjoy this amazing Hotel again and again.
How much does a room costs at Andaz West Hollywood-a concept by Hyatt ?
Prices start 275$/night for King Room. The Deluxe King Room is 210$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This double room features a bathrobe, air conditioning and minibar.
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