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The Sunset Marquis

The Sunset Marquis has been a home away from home to many of Hollywood’s elite—mainly rock star legends—since 1963. Today, the hotel remains exquisitely private, with a recording studio that has pro- duced Grammy Award-winning records. 2013 marked the hotel’s 50th anniversary and, to celebrate, they launched the highly-anticipated restaurant Cavatina. Maintaining an atmosphere of exclusivity is the key to the Sunset Marquis appeal—a quintessential discreet oasis, close to the city’s raucous scene.

The Beverly Hills Hotel

Also known as “The Pink Palace”, The Berverly Hills Hotel is a world-renowned landmark building. Lavish rooms and secluded bungalows combine modern amenities with Hollywood-classic decor to make it a home away from home for celebrity guests, including politicians, actors, and members of the world’s royal families.

Four Seasons Hotel

Located in the center of LA, this world-class, luxury hotel has calculated every detail to ensure guest are thoroughly spoiled. Take a limo service to Rodeo Drive, indulge and revive at the hotel’s spa, eat at the two critically-acclaimed restaurants, swim in the pool, or enjoy the bar scene that thrives until the early morning hours. The choice is entirely yours.

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