Originally built in 1964 and renovated by Sean Knibb, the Line LA Hotel is an urban boutique space in Los Angeles. Set in a brick colonial building in Koreatown, a cultural neighborhood south of Hollywood, the hotel is surrounded by restaurants, bars and fashionable boutiques.
The 388 rooms (king, double, studio, suite and apartment) have modern interiors, floor-to-ceiling windows, handmade furnishings, wooden desks and bedside tables and unique artwork from local artists. The Apartments feature a seating and dining area and separate guest bathrooms.
On the second floor guests can relax at the outdoor urban oasis, the pool and a lush deck with citrus trees, aromatic flowers, chairs and lounges. The Commissary restaurant is in the poolside greenhouse, offering fresh menus by Roy Choi for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Grab morning coffee, a pizza or original cocktails at the Pot Lobby Bar, located in the lobby of The Line LA hotel, where resident and guest DJs play every Fridays and Saturdays.
And for some night fun don’t miss the Break Room 86, an 80’s themed lounge created by Mark and Jonnie Houston, where to enjoy live performances, karaoke and DJ sets.
The Line LA hotel offers, on the second floor, different indoor and outdoor spaces (pool deck, ballroom, Speek Suite, Bonnie Brae Terrace, East Commissary and Breezeway) for meetings, weddings or private gatherings. And for art exhibits and workshops is available the Poketo, an art and design shop inside the hotel.
Info: https://www.thelinehotel.com/los-angeles/ – Room price: double room from 179 $ incl. Wi-Fi, fitness center – available Saturday yoga lesson
Photo Credit: © Art Gray, Adrian Gaut, Rick Poon and Sisilia Piring