Archives for January 2017

LINE Hotel LA

french bulldog hotel

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. Grab Alfred‘s famous iced vanilla latte + a breakfast burrito and definitely check out the rooftop restaurant Openaire for California cuisine set inside a greenhouse.

 

french bulldog hotel

french bulldog hotel








line hotel dog

line hotel dog
Rooms start at $200. No fee for dogs! 3515 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles CA.

Mondrian LA

mondrian hotel dog

I think if you’re staying in Los Angeles, the hip and funky Mondrian is quintessential to stay in (at least one night!). Everything screams LA — from the loud but cool furniture, clean minimalist walls, the famous guests and the iconic Skybar.

Set on the Sunset Strip, you’ll be walking distance to the Sunset Plaza for some shopping, the Comedy Store and numerous lively bars.

Beyond their indoor/outdoor restaurant and rooftop pool with underwater music (yes!), it’ll be pretty hard to leave your room. At least it was for us.

The rooms are stocked with Malin+Goetz toiletries, feature waterfall showers, 24-hour room service and even a flat-screen TV disguised in a mirror. For dogs, all pups are welcomed with a goodie bag filled with full size bags of treats, toys, bowls and Hamptons Dog Magazine.

Welcome to Hollywood…

mondrian la dog

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Rooms start at $400. $100 per pet up to 20 lbs, per stay. 8440 Sunset Blvd West Hollywood CA.

 

Parker Palm Springs

I would have to say this is one of my favorite hotels in California because of its gorgeous design and interior. Parker Palm Springs is a chic upscale resort set on 13-acres featuring decor by the famous Jonathan Adler. His saying? “To unite happiness and chic”, and that’s just what he’s done. My dream one day is to share a cocktail and chat with him about his pup and oh, Simon (his hilarious husband, author and talented window dresser of Barney’s) — can you join too?

When you check into your room, you’re greeted with a gorgeous black shag dog bed (which is yours to keep!), bowls, toys and homemade biscuits. The rooms are très chic with products for the humans from Molton Brown and Hermès. Every detail of this hotel is mesmerizing from the retro wall hangings, mid-century vibes and 16,500-square-foot spa.

If you’re up for some outdoor activity, don’t miss the legendary pool, lawn croquet, pétanque, ping-pong table, golf, and tennis.

Now let’s explore…

 

parker palm springs dog

parker palm springs dog

parker palm springs dog

parker palm springs dog

Rooms start at $350. $200 per pet, per night. 4200 E Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs CA 92264.

 

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