Days of sun-soaked poolside pleasures, biking through tree-lined neighborhoods, stopping for a cold press juice and outdoor lunch, maybe a little shopping or a ridiculously pampering spa treatment; then nights of hard-to-snag dinner reservations bypassing the paparazzi doormen, dancing and clubbing and bar hopping, and eventually ending in a sumptuously divine bed in cloudlike linens beside the one you love, or just love here.
Right? West Hollywood, the tiny hotspot in all of Los Angeles, is easy to get to from anywhere. More bars per square mile than any other city in California, more rooftop pools, restaurants and nightclubs. In other words, we have that special sauce for everyone. Everything you love about LA–that’s WeHo! Be in 1.9 square walkable miles of hard-pounding creativity, decadance and style–right in the center of LA. Every hotel is an incredible destination. Choose yours first!
Here are ways to bring it for a Grown-Up Spring Break, starting with hotel options and extras. While in town, change a hair style, get fifty shades of pleasure, say hi to the Hollywood sign, and get an edgy detox. It’s all in West Hollywood this spring
Grafton on Sunset – Sunset Strip meets Sleek and Swank
Awake the senses at the sleek, modern hotel located on the legendary Sunset Strip, with a Mediterranean garden and salt water pool. Offer: 15% off best available rate, starter food and beverage credit of $25, free wi-fi and all available beyond spring, for the rest of the year.
The NEW James, West Hollywood—Virgin Sleeping
Known for its cool, residential-style hotels, this is the first new ground-up hotel in town in 30 years, so yes, virgin sheets, baby. Here’s their opening door offer: stay one to three nights and receive a daily cocktails and cuisine credit of $50, stay more, four nights to a week and get $75, comp valet parking and a 20% off deal on suites from May 1 until the end of 2017.
Le Montrose Suite Hotel – Live Like a Local
Nestled in a quiet, neighborhood setting just steps away from the constant motion of the famous Sunset Strip, Le Montrose Suite Hotel in West Hollywood is designed with privacy and comfort in mind. Spring Break Promo: 15% off BAR and it includes a Spring break throwback bucket of beer (4 beers) and a complimentary appetizer for overnight stays in March and April – so book this one right now.
Le Park Suite Hotel – Disappear Here
Centrally located in the heart of WeHo, Le Parc Suite Hotel continues its hushed reputation as the address of choice for sophisticated business and leisure travelers, world renowned entertainers, music groups on tour, those engaged in the business of fashion and interior design, as well as anyone who doesn’t want to be spotted. Park the car for $15 off and book a room with a 15% discount. How you spend the rest of your time is your secret – with an exclusive guest-only restaurant and a lovely rooftop pool, there’s no need to leave.
The London West Hollywood – Who’s Who is Here
Anyone with a smart phone knows that The London is home to celebrity parties, weddings, media interviews and all things glam, so don’t mind us doing a little name dropping. This all-suite enclave perched in the Hollywood Hills captures the energy of the Sunset Strip, but with seductive exclusion. The vibe is “so LA” by renowned David Collins Studio and dining scene is conducted by acclaimed chef Anthony Keene. Bath environments (yes, we said that) are by posh Purveyor. One hardly needs a reason to stay here but just for fun, enjoy a $50 food and beverage credit each day.
The Mondrian Los Angeles West Hollywood – Picture Perfect
Entering Mondrian through its signature, thirty-foot mahogany doors, guests are bathed in a sensuous daylight that highlights the creamy whites and warm marigold palette of the entryway, creates the perfect moment in time. In other words, bring your photographer. You’ll never look better than in this light, but leave the children behind: 2 Skybar welcome drinks, a 15% discount for Cabana Anna Swimwear, and an in-room Intimacy kit complete the offer. Lust can’t wait. Book now and visit through April 30, 2017.
After checking in, check out these iconic WeHo experiences:
Some people arrive at the Abbey for a happy hour cocktail and end up closing the bar at 2 a.m. That’s the beauty of The Abbey, considered the best gay bar/lounge in the world by several top critics. It’s constantly busy, and weekends make it a joyful madhouse thanks to several bars (both indoor and outdoor), lounge beds, live DJs, sassy drag queens, stiff drinks, endless dancing and overall good times, man. It’s so iconic that anyone can have a wild night and brag about it.
Baxter Finley Barbar & Shop
While in WeHo, redefine the look. The town is teeming with top-notch salons and barbershops for men, including Baxter Finley. The 1,800-square foot, modern hipster barbershop offers snazzy haircuts for less than $40 and pampering straight-razor shaves for a new definition of “getting close.”
Bikes and Hikes LA
If you want to experience Los Angeles without spending most of your time in the car, driving, parking and paying, a guided tour from Bikes and Hikes is the perfect solution. Tours range from biking through old Hollywood, movie star homes and filming locations to hiking the Hollywood Hills. For the all-in, go with the 32-mile tour called “L.A. in a Day” seeing West Hollywood and the surrounding areas while lowering your carbon footprint. The LA in a Day bike adventure deal is $99 (regularly $162) and a Hollywood Hills Hike to update your profile pic is two for the price of one. Book through www.visitwesthollywood.com or get instant gratification at 323-796-8555.
The Comedy Store
For almost half a century, the legendary Comedy Store has been banging out famous comics like Johnny Carson, Joy Behar and Jim Carrey, with improv and stand-up so hilarious it hurts. The family-run comedy club has three main rooms with stages frequented by some of today’s best comics, and you’ll never know who you’ll be sitting next to in the audience (many comics drop in as guests). There’s even a late-night open mic if you want to take a shot at your Robert DeNiro impression, and tons of booze if it doesn’t go as well as planned. Map it at www.visitwesthollywood.com.
Connie and Ted’s
Ever since Michael Cimarusti opened here on Santa Monica Boulevard, it’s been the go-to for excellent seafood outside the coastal towns of Santa Monica and Venice. One of few Michelin chefs in LA, Cimarusti’s hot spot is bustling, with an open kitchen to flaunt his young kitchen crew cracking crustaceans for the crowd. Now, Brunch is also available for one-of-a-kind meals. Find it and book at www.visitwesthollywood.com.
E.P. & L.P Eating House and Rooftop
This multi-level modern dining house has won over foodies for its contemporary Southeast Asian cuisine, but it’s the restaurant’s rooftop that gets the most love, unabashedly clogging everyone’s Instagram feed. The first to sport 360-degree views of the cityscape and Hollywood Hills, thoughtful and creative cocktails and a handful of day beds and fire pits to keep the night both cozy and chill in this be-seen hot spot.
Honorable Society Tattoo Parlour & Lounge
There’s no time of year like Spring Break when ink replaces clothing. This famous tattoo parlor keeps a half dozen skilled artists on display, with extensive experience that has lures fans from low-key locals to celebrities. Less brave, or just not-yet customers can opt for a souvenir.
The Pleasure Chest
The Pleasure Chest is the perfect shop to get safe-sex accessories, and it’s also a kinky kingdom for NSFW toys and ornaments. Everything you ever fantasized about while whipping through all three volumes of Fifty Shades of Grey is a reality here.
At the end of the day and the end of all the play, step up the rejuvenation before boarding with these Russian-themed spa concept. Rooted in the tradition of the dry sauna therapy, Voda also offers a Jacuzzi, cold plunge pool, Korean scrub and four different saunas to round out the experience. There’s even an outdoor patio area for one last big dose of Vitamin D.
To book any of these offers and explore more, get with us at www.visitwesthollywood.com.