1,500 A-list guests, 30,000 plates, 600 waiters — it’s all happening at Hollywoood’s hottest afterparty, expertly planned by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck.
There’s no Hollywood history without the Hollywood Roosevelt.
In its early years, the hotel played host to countless icons: Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin, Clark Gable and Carole Lombard, among others. It’s served as inspiration for filmmakers and creatives who have set their movies within this storybook backdrop.
In 1988, famed British painter David Hockney completed a multi-million dollar mural on the bottom of the Tropicana Pool. Both the hotel and the pool have been designated Historic-Cultural Monuments by the City’s Cultural Heritage Commission.
Inside Oscar Night’s Star-Studded Governors Ball
Inside LA’s Vista Theatre, an Icon of Movie History
It’s a reverence for film and moviegoing history that has helped the Vista set itself apart from other movie-watching experiences in a city of countless black-box and multiplex theaters.
Inside The Magic Show at The Roosevelt
In The Magic Show at The Roosevelt, comic and comedian Justin Willman surprises, amuses, and delights with his routines, be they funny or genuinely puzzling.