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The Tower

A Modern Hollywood Revival

Built in 1927, The Tower has recently undergone a 25 million dollar renovation. Interiors by award-winning design team Yabu Pushelberg set the scene for a comfortable and sophisticated stay.

The 3200 square foot Penthouse Suite was once home to legendary couple Clark Gable and Carole Lombard. The three-level penthouse features an expansive rooftop patio with 360-degree, panoramic views of Hollywood and its surrounding area, and offers a play between sleek, contemporary furnishings and vintage accents that exemplify old Hollywood extravagance.

Located on the top floors of The Tower, the newly-renovated, 1200 square foot Roosevelt Suite features a king canopy bed and a stylish living and dining area, which can be partitioned off with a pair of sliding wooden barn doors. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the palette is simple and offers guests a play between Spanish-inspired patterns, subtle textures, beautiful leathers, and soft grey tones with delightful persimmon red accents.

The newly renovated, 700 square foot King Suite features a king canopy bed and a separate living and dining area, which can be partitioned off with a pair of sliding wooden barn doors. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the palette is simple and offers guests a play between Spanish-inspired patterns, subtle textures, beautiful leathers, and soft grey tones with persimmon red accents.

The newly-renovated, 700 square foot Double Suite features two double beds and a large living and dining area, which can be partitioned off with a pair of sliding wooden barn doors. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the palette is simple and offers guests a play between Spanish-inspired patterns, subtle textures, beautiful leathers, and soft grey tones with delightful persimmon red accents.

Studio King rooms are newly-renovated by award-winning design team Yabu Pushelberg to offer spacious layouts and excellent amenities for your stay. The 500 square foot room features hardwood floors, a living area and sliding wooden barn doors that quiet the space for sleeping. The interior offers guests a play between Spanish-inspired patterns, subtle textures, beautiful leathers, and soft grey tones with delightful persimmon red accents.

The newly-renovated, 500 square foot Studio Double rooms feature two double beds, hardwood floors, a living area, and sliding wooden barn doors that quiet the space for sleeping. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the palette is simple and offers guests a play between Spanish-inspired patterns, subtle textures, beautiful leathers, and soft grey tones with delightful persimmon red accents.

The newly-renovated Deluxe King rooms offer spacious layouts, large work desks, and a relaxing rain shower. The 350 square foot space features hardwood floors and a barn door to quiet the space for sleeping. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the palette is simple and offers guests a play between Spanish-inspired patterns, subtle textures, beautiful leathers, and soft grey tones with delightful persimmon red accents.

The newly-renovated 375 square foot Deluxe Double rooms include hardwood floors, a large desk and a barn door to quiet the space for sleeping. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the palette is simple and offers guests a play between Spanish-inspired patterns, subtle textures, beautiful leathers, and soft grey tones with delightful persimmon red accents.

The newly-renovated 300 square foot Superior King rooms feature a king canopy bed, a desk, and hardwood floors. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the palette is simple and offers guests a play between Spanish-inspired patterns, subtle textures, beautiful leathers, and soft grey tones with persimmon red accents.

The newly-renovated 300 square foot Superior Double rooms feature two double beds, a desk, and hardwood floors. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the palette is simple and offers guests a play between Spanish-inspired patterns, subtle textures, beautiful leathers, and soft grey tones with persimmon red accents.

The newly-renovated 250 square foot Superior Queen rooms feature a queen canopy bed, a desk, and hardwood floors. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the palette is simple and offers guests a play between Spanish-inspired patterns, subtle textures, beautiful leathers, and soft grey tones with persimmon red accents.

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