The Beverly Hills Hotel BungalowsBeverly Hills, rates from $531 per night
One of Marilyn Monroe's favorite hangouts. Images courtesy of The Beverly Hills Hotel.
Check into the hotel's stylish Paul Williams Suite, named for the architect who designed the Polo Lounge, the hotel's legendary restaurant. The suite includes two essential elements for the ultimate luxe staycation: a grand piano and plenty of amenities. The Paul Williams Suite might take the cake for priciest stay in LA with rates starting at $3,900 per night. Frank Sinatra did entertain the Rat pack in here, after all.
Paul Williams Suite aka Suite 100.
Polo Lounge's outdoor patio.
The Peninsula Beverly HillsBeverly Hills, rates from $575
Sunset sips at the rooftop pool are sublime. Images courtesy of The Peninsula Beverly Hills.
Peninsula Villa foyer
Hotel Bel-AirBel Air, rates from $508
Tucked away off Sunset Boulevard and surrounded by some serious mega-mansions, the Hotel Bel-Air has always provided a more discreet luxe experience than some of the city's more glitzy options. A foodie dining experience is provided by Wolfgang Puck at his eponymous restaurant.
Pink is the new power color. Images courtesy of Hotel Bel-Air.
The Prez suite private jacuzzi.
Presidential suite at Hotel Bel-Air.
The Hollywood Roosevelt
Raging pool party in the summer here. Images courtesy of Hotel Roosevelt.
Sweet suite digs.
The penthouse at Hotel Roosevelt.
The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey
Sweet seaside views abound. Images courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey.
The suite at Ritz-Carlton, Marina Del Rey.
Mimosa by the marina.