Here Are Some Of The Best Los Angeles Hotels For Every Budget

Here Are Some Of The Best Los Angeles Hotels For Every Budget

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Los Angeles is home to celebrities, Runyon Canyon, and way too many hotels — we’re talking trillions of properties that would make any indecisive traveler shiver with fear.

But no need to panic! We’ve compiled some of the best LA accommodations based on reviews, amenities, location, and decor — and then we separated ’em by budget.*


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Here’s the pricing per night breakdown:

$ = less than $150/per night

$$ = less than $250/per night

$$$ = more than $250/per night

**Just a note that, like the David Bowie song, the prices reflected within this post are subject to ch-ch-changes. Los Angeles is also a fairly expensive city, which is important to keep in mind when looking for hotels.


Charlotte Gomez / BuzzFeed


Charlotte Gomez / BuzzFeed


Charlotte Gomez / BuzzFeed


AnaMaria Glavan / BuzzFeed

Escape the noise at this luxurious property, which has all the makings of a tranquil oasis; we’re talking in-room greenery, tons of natural light, a fun rooftop bar, and 10/10 room service that will have you hitting *book* faster than you can say “ricotta pancakes.”

Address: 8490 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

Rooms starting at: $374+


AnaMaria Glavan / BuzzFeed

ATTN, rock ‘n’ roll snobs: Sunset Marquis has your name written all over it. The entire property is littered with music memorabilia, has hosted guests like Aerosmith and Red Hot Chili Peppers, and is even home to NightBird Recording Studios and the iconic Bar 1200 — needless to say, music industry legends have frequented both.

Address: 1200 Alta Loma Rd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

Rooms starting at: $319+

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