The LINE hotel only opened its doors 3 years ago and since then it has made its mark in Los Angeles, highlighting Koreatown as a hip, vibrant spot to explore. From the Sydell Group (Saguaro Palm Springs, Ace NYC, NoMad hotel), the LINE draws inspiration from the culture of Los Angeles with its midcentury 12-story building, concrete walls and industrial aesthetic.
The rooms are chic and is all about details. From the stripped, concrete walls, the outlets hidden in the headboard and bohemian-inspired ottomans tucked into the corner, I loved exploring every intentional piece in this light-filled room. Every room features floor-to-ceiling windows which boasts amazing views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Hills.
Explore Koreatown with a free Linus bike (for 4 hours) and bike map provided for guests. For foodies, the restaurants here have you covered. My favorite kimchi fried rice and kimchi ramen is served at Roy Choi’s POT and definitely check out the Commissary for roof-top dining set inside a greenhouse.