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The venue for the first-ever Oscars in 1929, the Hollywood Roosevelt is a legendary hotel with a star-studded history and a reputation for big-hitting parties. It wins praise from Condé Nast Traveler for its prime location on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, and its famous (and enormous) palm-fringed pool, which features an underwater mural by famed artist David Hockney.
This boutique property exudes old-time glamour and the walls are adorned with Hollywood memorabilia. Unique on-site gems include Beacher's Madhouse, with its 1920s-style performers, and the handsome Spare Room cocktail bar, fitted with vintage bowling alleys and gaming tables.
It's only a brief walk from the Dolby Theatre (formerly the Kodak Theatre, the current venue for the Oscars ceremony), and the Chinese Theatre. Universal Studios and the shops on Rodeo Drive are a short drive away.
An all-American menu is offered at Public Kitchen and Bar, where cured meats and cheeses sit beside comforting classics such as roast chicken and cheese omelette, while 25 Degrees serves high-class diner food around the clock. The celebrated Tropicana Pool Bar is the place to be seen when darkness falls, as is the exclusive Teddy’s bar -- an unmarked star-studded hangout adorned with crystal chandeliers.
The chocolate-brown rooms are smaller than average for Los Angeles, but they come with minimalist furniture and vintage black-and-white photos of the stars. The whimsical Cabana rooms have a fresh, tropical feel and boast one-touch mood lighting and Geneva sound systems. There are also three enormous signature suites, each done up in an individual Hollywood style.
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