Chateau Marmont - Los Angeles34.09806, -118.36841
Chateau Marmont Hotel is an elegant place to stay in Los Angeles. The hotel was opened in 1929, renovated in 2006 and is housed in a 7-storey building.
Hollywood Walk of Fame are within a 30-minute walk of the property. Nestled in the theater district and 2 km from the city center.
Chateau Marmont Hotel is set 15 km from Bob Hope airport.
Rooms at Chateau Marmont Hotel feature modern touches such as a mini bar, heating, pay TV, a laptop safe and a personal computer. Some rooms overlook the garden. They are equipped with a microwave, a fridge and a stove.
Eat & Drink
Residents can try dishes of local cuisine at the restaurant. Guests can share a meal in Bar Marmont and The Griddle Cafe, located about 50 meters away.
A full breakfast is served and charges are applicable.
24-hour front desk, laundry and newspaper service as well as a safety deposit box, an elevator and a luggage storage are available for guests' use.
Leisure facilities include a swimming pool and a library.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site at USD 42 per day.
Year renovated: 2006. Number of floors: 7. Number of rooms: 63.
USD 42 per day
Bar/ Lounge area
Paid shuttle service
Outdoor swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- Table tennis
- Paid shuttle service
- Valet parking
- Room service
- Car rental
- Dry cleaning
- Wake up service
- Shoe shine service
- Newspaper service
- Bell staff/Porter
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Business centre
- Babysitting/Child services
Spa & Leisure
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Garden area
- Courtyard view
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Dressing area
- Turndown service
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- CD player
- Parquet floor
Rooms and availability
1 Queen-size bed
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Rating by category:
A nice relaxing atmosphere and a chance to bump into someone famous.
Easy, effortless experience. Perfect for relaxing, lunching in the garden, access to all facilities even after check-out. A touch of rock n roll and a sprinkling of celebrities. The perfect place to stay in la. Great Japanese restaurant called koi close-by too.
Nothing to change - it's a perfect experience.
The location was great, easy access to a lot of sites. The service was fabulous, the staff was helpful and courteous. I would suggest the location as a place to stay for others.
Chateau Marmont is overpriced for degree of comfort and facilities. It tries to emulate a French hotel but fares badly. The garden restuarant has poor quality of food in comparison to toher similarly priced restuarants in the area such as Spago
Hotel staff were very accomodating.
Overrated!!! Not worth the price. To Old. Needs alot of work. Bed too small length and width. Bathroom very small. I guess they dont remodel because they want to keep the Paris (France) ambience. Our room was next to restaurant.. and it makes you seem like your right in it. If we looked out the window of room you could literally look at the tables right next to window, hear thier conversation and look at everything that was on thier tables??? Very loud until 3am I dont know what the hype is. Ive been to several hotels in West Hollywood and this one was the worst.
Classic "Hollywood" hotel from 1929. Very "in place" to be and very nicely taken care of. We were given an upgrade from a standard room to a 1 bedroom suite for 4 nights because we were married for 42 years. That was very nice. The refrigerator and stove on our kitchen were classic retro. Free newspapers and free WiFi throughout the hotel much appreciated. The dinner we had there was superb. It was quite an experience hanging there with all the "want to bes" and unrecognized big shots in Hollywood.
Very expensive. The hotel is very old and feels it. The bathroom certainly needs a refurb. Some of the staff are a little haughty and prevent you from walking freely in the restaurant even when there as a guest. The "no photography" rule is a little stiffling. There are few places to shop or fine dine within walking distance of the hotel which was surprising. Its over a mile walk to get to the Sunset eateries and a good drive to get to Melrose eateries or the Grove and farmer's Market. Daily parking fee is a little outrageous after paying these prices.
I liked everything. Best place my girlfriend and I have ever stayed and will definitely be back again soon!