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506 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
1 Biltmore Hotel
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The Millennium Biltmore Hotel has been the premier choice for celebrities, presidents and dignitaries for over 85 years. The architectural firm Schultze & Weaver designed the Biltmore's exterior in a synthesis of the Spanish-Italian Renaissance Revival, Mediterranean Revival, and Beaux Arts styles, meant as an homage to the Castilian heritage of Los Angeles. The "Biltmore Angel" is heavily incorporated into the design�as a symbol of the city as well as the Biltmore itself. With a thick steel and concrete frame, the structure takes up half a city block and rises over 11 stories.
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8221 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA
2 Chateau Marmont
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The hotel was built in 1927 and was modeled loosely after the Ch�teau d'Amboise in France's Loire Valley. The Chateau Marmont was designed and constructed to be earthquake proof, and survived major earthquakes in 1933, 1953, 1971, 1987 and 1994 without sustaining any major structural damage. Nine Spanish cottages were built next to the hotel in the 1930s and were acquired by the hotel in the 1940s. Two of the four bungalows were designed by Craig Ellwood in 1956, after he completed Case Study Houses. These are like miniature case study houses.
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8221 Sunset Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90046 United States
3 Chateau Marmont Hotel
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Perhaps more important historically than architecturally, this Norman pile was a favorite of screen stars ... still is. 
Gebhard. David and Robert Winter, An Architectural Guideline to Los Angeles
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Culver City, CA 90232 United States
4 Culver Hotel
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Culver Hotel is a historical landmark located in downtown Culver City. It was built on the site of Culver City's first movie theater on September 4, 1924. Culver City Hotel, the six-story building contained the offices of Harry Culver, the founder of Culver City. It was designed by Los Angeles architect Claud Beelman.
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300 South Doheny Drive, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. 90048
5 Four Season Hotel, Los Angeles
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Tucked amidst a leafy residential neighbourhood between Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, our newly renovated luxury hotel is ideally positioned for a visit to LA's premier attractions.
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2025 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA
6 Hyatt Regency Century Plaza
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The Century Plaza Hotel opened its doors on June 1, 1966 and has become a landmark 19-story luxury hotel forming a sweeping crescent design fronting the spectacular fountains on Avenue of the Stars, adjacent to the twin Century Plaza Towers and the CAA building. In 1961, developer William Zeckendorf and Alcoa bought about 180 acres from 20th Century Fox. The new owners conceived Century City as "a city within a city" with the arc-shaped, 19-story, 726-room Minoru Yamasaki-designed Century Plaza as the centerpiece of the new city.
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900 West Olympic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA
7 The Ritz Carlton at L.A. Live
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Built by Webcor Builders, the skyscraper contains both an 879-room JW Marriott hotel on floors four through 21 and a 123-room Ritz-Carlton hotel on floors 22 through 26. Floors 27 through 52 hold 224 Residences at the Ritz Carlton condominiums.[10] Groundbreaking for the structure took place in June 2007.[10] The project was completed in the first quarter of 2010.
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550 South Flower Street, Los Angeles, CA
8 The Standard
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brand is a part of Andre Balazs Properties. It is a group of four boutique hotels in Los Angeles (Hollywood and Downtown LA), Miami (Miami Beach) and New York. The first Standard in Hollywood, was originally used as the Thunderbird Motel, opened in 1962, but had become a retirement home when Balazs purchased and remodeled it. In 2002 the Standard Downtown, LA opened in a converted 1952, 12-story, marbled clad Superior Oil Company Building. The renovation was designed by Koning Eizenberg Architecture, Inc. In 2003, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places based on its architecture.
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930 Hilgard Avenue � Los Angeles, CA 90024
9 W Hotel, Westwood
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At the foothills of Beverly Hills/Bel Air, squarely in the center of glamour, W Los Angeles � Westwood is located between Rodeo Drive and the Santa Monica beaches, near UCLA and the 405 Freeway, and is surrounded by boutique shops and theaters.
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