A Modern Hollywood Revival
A Hollywood boutique hotel located along the Walk of Fame, across from the Dolby Theatre, the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is a stunning destination.
Ranked by Condé Nast Traveler 2019 READERS’ CHOICE AWARDS.
The Hollywood Roosevelt pool has reopened after having had its iconic David Hockney mural restored.
Book your room for a two night stay and get up to 20% off the best available rate and two welcome drinks.
A critically-acclaimed American brasserie.
“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; We grow old because we stop playing”
– George Bernard Shaw
Treat yourself to one of our fabulous suites and receive up to a 20% off of the Best Available Rate and a daily $50 food and beverage credit.
In a city as storied as Los Angeles, ghost tales don’t take long generate buzz. So while spooky myths are aplenty, corroborating reports of spirit sightings and haunted happenings is a different story. That’s exactly what James Bartlett set out to do.
The producer, director, and screenwriter may have only been six years old around the Sharon Tate murders of 1969, the year depicted in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, but this period in Hollywood’s history is still personal to him.
On screen, LA may look all shiny and new (and filled with beautiful, yoga-practicing people sipping green juice). But the city is also filled with rich history just about everywhere you look, from iconic old theaters to architectural masterpieces to centuries-old Spanish missions.
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