In a city known as being not exactly walk-friendly, ditching the wheels in Los Angeles isn’t easy. Unless you’re staying in West Hollywood, that is. LA’s most walkable neighbourhood rewards closer inspection, but to experience its popular shops, restaurants and bars on foot you’ll want a hotel that puts them right on your doorstep. Introducing Kimpton Le Peer West Hollywood. Located just a stone’s throw from the corner of Melrose Ave and Santa Monica Blvd, this design-forward hotel couldn’t be better placed for your holiday to LA.
Luxury Holidays to Kimpton Le Peer West Hollywood
WeHo’s enchanting mix of fashion, architecture and art is represented via design motifs throughout the hotel’s striking interior, including 105 luxury suites & guestrooms, a poolside lounge, rooftop terrace, and eat & drink venues measuring over 8,000 square foot in total. Last Year Trip Advisor named Kimpton Le Peer ‘Top Hotel in West Hollywood’, and Kenwood Travel are inclined to agree. We particularly love the events calendar – look out for Wine-down Wednesdays, art shows, and yoga & meditation classes. In between curated events, the hotel’s superb amenity list means there’s always an opportunity to kick back or keep active onsite. Experience a heated outdoor pool, ‘living room’ cocktails, Ole Henriksen Spa bath rituals, state-of-the-art gymnasium, La Peer yoga Wake Up app, The Grind Fitness by Gentry Jackson and more at Kimpton Le Peer West Hollywood.
The food at Kimpton Le Peer West Hollywood
From white truffle tagliatelle to flat iron steaks, the menu at Viale dei Romani sizzles with mouth-watering delectations. This modern trattoria is headed up by chef Casey Lane, (whose influence also extends to the hotel’s lobby bar and private dining service) and seats 140 covers with indoor and outdoor tables. Book in for a romantic evening meal or rock up for hearty breakfasts and lunch plates or, West Hollywood’s favourite meal: brunch. We recommend the Instagram-ready ‘world’s best’ avo toast, with blood orange, mint and bottarga. And don’t miss the freshly baked bagels and pastries. For contemporary Italian cooking in LA, Viale dei Romani rises to the challenge.