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