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As well as being located right in the centre of the action of the lively nightlife of West Hollywood, near popular attractions such as Universal Studios, the Hollywood Walk of Fame and shops on Rodeo Drive, The Andaz has an exceptional history. Opened by Gene Autry in 1963, many rock stars have stayed here, including Elton John, Blur, Motorhead and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers. Led Zeppelin would routinely rent several floors and their drummer John Bonham reportedly rode a motorcycle along the hallways. Jim Morrison and Little Richard lived here. Today, it offers sleek, comfortable rooms, a good restaurant and bar, and a fitness centre, and artworks are all around to remind guests of its fascinating past.



We love the great stand-up at the legendary Comedy Store right next door. Everyone from Robin Williams to Jerry Seinfeld has played there.

The hotel is on the Sunset Strip at the foot of the Hollywood Hills.
By plane: flights to Los Angeles from London take 11 hours. The hotel is a 25-minute drive from LAX airport. On-site parking costs $55 per day.

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Style & Character

Ideal for music lovers of all ages and those wanting to be in the heart of the city's nightlife. The rooftop pool is the highest in LA, with its shaded cabanas and loungers looking out onto the Hollywood Hills and city skyline.

Service & Facilities

We love the complimentary 'wine hour' each day from 5.30-6.30pm.

  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • Sun terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Free Wi-Fi


Room artwork often reflects previous famous guests; room 1105 for example, has framed Guns N' Roses LPs on the wall. There are great views from the spacious rooms too.

King Bed Room, King Deluxe Room, 2 Queen Beds Room, 2 Queen Beds Deluxe, Panorama Suite, Penthouse Suite, Presidential Suite, Deluxe View Suite, Andaz Suite King, Andaz Suite Queen
Facilities include: ensuite bath or shower, bathrobe, hairdryer, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The music in the restaurant is interesting and completely fitting for the hotel's history; maybe a bit of Lou Reed or some new indie recording, but never bland commercial stuff. The blueberry French toast with vanilla bean mascarpone, macerated blueberry and toasted coconut is divine; the flavour floods out from the fresh, juicy blueberries.

Riot House Restaurant: seasonal cooking. Open daily for breakfast. Dishes from $16.
Riot House Market: snacks, drinks. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from $16.
Riot House Bar: coffees, drinks, beers, cocktails and snacks. Open Tues-Sat 4-10pm.

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