Gay LA Los Angeles Travel Guide Travel Guides > United States > Gay LA Los Angeles Jeff KatcherianFlanked between a rock and the Pacific Ocean, rich in contrast and unpredictably beautiful, Los Angeles is a global city that constantly reinvents itself. As a unique cultural blend forms the heart and soul of this remarkable city, it provides an exploration into the various lives you could be leading. Where Hollywood glamour meets shabby-chic, and splendid world-class museums compete with dazzling everyday street art, the City of Angels indeed has it all: a big spectrum of outdoor activities, beaches and mountains, arts and culture, west coast design, culinary adventures, health and fitness; all accompanied by blue skies and never-ending sunshine. Although some individuals love to hate LA, they always come around for more- with such a versatile array of possibilities, there is no other city like LA. Looking for the ultimate LA travel guide? Mr Hudson has got you covered. Feel like getting away? Take a trip planned just for you, and let us do all the work. Discover Trip Design Hotels Things to do Things to see Food & Drink Shopping Nightlife Trip Design The best hotels in LALet’s start this Los Angeles city guide with a roundup of the best hotels in LA. For the eclectic and hip individual, the stunning ACE Hotel is the place to stay. The property is situated in the historic United Artists building, a historical landmark in Downtown Los Angeles. The rooms are modern, with effortless and classic charisma. For sunny days and starry nights, the rooftop poolside is predestined for a cocktail with a downtown view. Once you leave the ACE, downtown is yours to explore on foot. The rule that nobody walks in LA definitely does not apply in DTLA.Also located in Los Angeles’s chameleonic Downtown is Hotel Figueroa, an alluring, historic hotel renovated to keep up with DTLA’s increasing popularity as Los Angeles’s cultural centre – think hipster-chic, Spanish Colonial style. Although surrounded by museums, music venues, and art galleries, you’ll want to stay inside the hotel a bit longer to explore its two dining options and three atmospheric bars.There are three hotel choices for men who like to explore and party in West Hollywood. All are conveniently located in the heart of WeHo, and most attractions, boutiques and nightlife can be reached on foot. The Palihouse West Hollywood, a boutique hotel with 37 rooms is a cosy haven and urban lodge. It is a remarkable private place to come back to for rest and to enjoy a quiet refuge in the midst of WeHo.The London West Hollywood strikes with elegance and grandeur. Luxurious rooms and a spectacular poolside roof deck with a panoramic view, make for a very alluring choice for the gentleman who appreciates glamour and style.And although the Petit Ermitage is the closest hotel in proximity to Weho’s bustling nightlife, it sits quietly nestled on a small street up from Santa Monica Boulevard. Shrouded with verdant leaves that encompass the narrow entrance, the hotel is at first site mysterious and charming until you reach the otherworldly beauty of its rooftop. With its spectacular views of LA, large pin-striped, poolside lounge beds, and delicately ornate bar you will realise why you love LA. ACE Hotel Downtown | Photo: Spencer LowelliRecommended hotels in Gay LA - Los Angeles Hotels - Gay LA - Los Angeles Palihouse West Hollywood Just moments from the Sunset Strip, this hotel offers spacious suites with full kitchens as well as a delicious on-site restaurant in West Hollywood. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay LA - Los Angeles Ace Hotel Downtown Located in the historic United Artists Building in the heart of the Los Angeles city centre, this LA hotel boasts a rooftop pool with fabulous views. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay LA - Los Angeles The London West Hollywood Situated just below Sunset Strip, The London West Hollywood is within a block of couture shops and popular nightclubs. Beverly Hills is 1 mile away and Hollywood is within 3 miles. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay LA - Los Angeles Hotel Figueroa Downtown Offering a tranquil outdoor pool and an on-site restaurant, Hotel Figueroa is the only luxury, independently owned hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay LA - Los Angeles The Surfrider Malibu This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. The hotel is set directly across the street from Surfrider Beach, on the iconic Pacific Coast Highway. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay LA - Los Angeles The Nomad Located in Downtown LA, this hotel features several on-site dining options and a rooftop pool. All rooms feature original artwork from a Paris-based design studio and are dressed in custom-designed furnishings and luxury linens. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay LA - Los Angeles Petit Ermitage Offering a private rooftop with stunning views of Los Angeles, a saltwater pool and comfortable indoor/outdoor seating, this elegant 4-star hotel is within one kilometre of the Sunset Strip. Book on Booking.com Hotels - Gay LA - Los Angeles Kimpton La Peer Hotel This artisan hotel is located on a tree-lined side street in West Hollywood’s Design District. It offers an on-site restaurant and a pool for guest relaxation. Book on Booking.com Explore more hotels like this in Los Angeles View on Booking.comPowered by Booking.comThank you for reading Mr Hudson.Subscribe to Travel Guides or log in to continue reading. 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