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7000 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028-6003
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#27 of 396 hotels in Los Angeles
Travellers' Choice
From The Tower, built in 1927, where Gable and Lombard lived, to The Cabanas, vintage 1950s, where Marilyn Monroe lived, guests have two distinct accommodations options. The Tower has undergone a 25 million dollar renovation designed by Yabu Pushelberg. The Tower rooms have larger work desks and are suited for guests traveling on business or with families. The Cabanas are just footsteps from the renowned David Hockney pool and the Tropicana Pool Cafe, which is open until 2am. The Cabanas are suited for guests looking for an entertaining and lively Hollywood experience.
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Valet parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Nightclub / DJ
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Paid private parking on-site
Pool / beach towels
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Breakfast available
Poolside bar
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Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
24-hour security
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Non-smoking hotel
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
ATM on site
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
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Air conditioning
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Mary D wrote a review Feb 2021
1 contribution1 helpful vote
The Hollywood Roosevelt has been my favorite place in Los Angeles from the moment I walked through its doors back in 2004! The energy is special from the second you step inside; it’s like entering the old Hollywood glamour era! It’s so beautiful, and the staff is beyond welcoming & accommodating. They anticipate everything you could possibly want beforehand, and the level of service is truly remarkable! My husband and I stayed there this past Valentine’s Day for our 10 year wedding anniversary and it’s hard to fully express how far above & beyond the whole team went to ensure we had the best, most special experience ever! The room was spacious, clean & gorgeous! From the rose petal covered bed, the chocolate strawberries, the champagne, the sweet handwritten personalized note, and a framed photo of my husband & I from years earlier!! (how did they pull that off?!) to the poolside evening movie, the magnificent pool (it’s heated to perfection and was painted by David Hockney himself)! I could go on about this iconic hotel forever. There is NO better way to spend a day in LA then relaxing on their poolside lounges, sipping one of their signature cocktails. They have a great burger restaurant inside the hotel called 25 degrees that has really incredible burgers and their poolside Tropicana menu is also fabulous. (Pro tip—get the calamari, kale salad & sweet potato fries). In case it wasn’t obvious, I could go on about this incredible place forever. Thank you so much Hotel Roosevelt for being a safe, beautiful sanctuary to recharge, rejuvenate and fall back in love. Special shout out to Don, Sergio, Shanna, Andrew, Molly, Dennis, Mo and all the exceptionally kind valet—too many to name, but to everyone that made our anniversary so very special & beautiful, thank you! We can’t wait to come back!
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1 Helpful vote
Response from B P, Other at The Hollywood Roosevelt
Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear LAYogi, As you discovered, Valentine’s Day is one of our favorite times of the year and it was a pleasure to welcome you and your husband back for a romantic Hollywood Roosevelt retreat. We appreciate you letting others know how magical the experience was, and your kind words regarding Sergio, Shanna, Andrew, Molly, Dennis, and Mo will be highlighted and celebrated with our team. Your review also gives us reason to salute our Housekeeping colleagues and of course our culinary team members will be elated to learn of your feedback. On behalf of your many friends at the hotel, the pleasure is always ours, and while Valentine’s Day comes but just once a year, a romantic retreat can be hosted at any time and we invite you to be in touch if we can assist in planning another weekend escape. Until next time. Warm regards, Don Jacinto Managing Director
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Justin wrote a review Feb 2021
1 contribution
I recently stayed here for a work related trip and needed to print some documents before leaving the hotel. I called down to the front desk and they told me to email them & they’d be more than happy to print them off. When I went down, I was greeted by one of the nicest front desk agents I have ever met. She was very kind, professional & an overall joy to be around. There were a few issues trying to print my documents but she was committed to helping me. Her professionalism and compassion is like nothing I’ve seen before and truly made my stay so much better. Thank you so much Nicole! It’s employees like her who go the extra mile that truly elevate a guest’s experience from good to great! The Hollywood Roosevelt is lucky to have her!
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled on business
Response from B P, Other at The Hollywood Roosevelt
Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear jph498, Greetings from your many friends in Los Angeles and thank you for calling our hotel “home” during your recent business travels. We have long believed that the spirit of our hotel is defined by the genuine hospitality that exudes from our team and your comments regarding Nicole further affirm that sentiment. We thank you for calling attention to her efforts and please know that when we made her aware of your feedback, she asked that we pass along her gratitude and a warm hello. Once more, we thank you for taking the time to share such a wonderful story and we hope the months ahead allow you the chance to join us again. If we can assist in planning your return, we invite you to be in touch. All the best, Don Jacinto Managing Director
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Kris310LA wrote a review Feb 2021
Los Angeles, California5 contributions1 helpful vote
Every year my husband and I watch Casablanca on Valentine’s Day. This year we were totally thrilled to see that the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel was holding a drive-in showing of Casablanca, with a picnic for 2 and a special shout-out to your Valentine before the show. Andrew Priest at the hotel went above and beyond to help me make my VIP ticket plans for the event. Excellent, responsive and helpful service. Excited for this and future Hollywood Roosevelt events. Thank you, Andrew, for making sure my husband and I will have a wonderful and memorable Valentine’s Day!!!
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from B P, Other at The Hollywood Roosevelt
Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear Kris310LA, Valentine’s Day is one of our favorite times of the year and we thank you and your husband for including us in your plans time and again. While things are a little different this year, we have still found safe ways to celebrate the romantic weekend and we are thrilled to learn that you will be joining us for the Drive-In Movie event. We appreciate the kind words regarding Andrew, feedback we will be sure is shared and celebrated with him and the rest of our Hollywood Roosevelt team. If there is anything more we can do to ensure your weekend ends with treasured memories, we invite you to let us know. Until then, we thank you again and we look forward to welcoming you later in the week. Warm regards, Don Jacinto Managing Director
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TheRenDetroit wrote a review Jan 2021
Detroit, Michigan6 contributions11 helpful votes
This review is going to be a very long and detailed one… but it’s worth the read. I was booked to stay at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel from January 19th to the 25th. These six nights were part of my birthday trip. I come to LA every year for my birthday to escape Michigan weather. Being that we are in a pandemic, my entire reason for booking this hotel was to have a nice room to STAY in, to enjoy the view of downtown from my window, and to relax. What happened during the TWO nights I was here was HORRIFYING. On the day I arrived, I pulled into the somewhat full parking lot and was greeted by the valet. Because we’re in a pandemic, actual valet service was not available (which I prefer anyway, to be honest). The parking lot was unusually full because there was a crew there discussing and planning (for what I was told) a photoshoot to be taking place there during the weekend. Fine by me. I was informed that my car might have to possibly be moved because of the shoot. Again, fine by me. I went inside to check in. The clerk at the desk was very kind. He informed me about the photoshoot that was going to be happening and that the crew were going to be taking over the pool area. Kind of a bummer, but I could deal with that. The package I purchased for my stay included free self parking, and free breakfast for two each day. The clerk let me know that breakfast wasn’t offered every day, but only on the weekend. I understand that we are in a pandemic, but why would you sell breakfast in a package and then not offer it? He then informed me that I had a $45 per day food allowance. Great! The next morning, after I went to pick up coffee from a place on the corner, I stopped at the desk to clarify what that $45 per day was valid for if breakfast wasn’t offered each day. The woman at the desk had absolutely no clue. First she told me breakfast only, then she told me it could be used for lunch or dinner. Which is it? (I never utilized this benefit, in fear that I was being told the wrong information and did not want to be charged extra for room service if the credit wasn’t even valid). What she said next was something I would never in a million years imagine happening. “Oh by the way, the hotel might be bought out for filming, so we might have to ask you to leave.” I’m sorry… what? There was no clarification. Leave for the day? Leave for good? What is happening?! I went back to my room in complete fear of what was going to happen next. Am I going to be HOMELESS in HOLLYWOOD during a PANDEMIC?! I immediately reached out to a few of my friends in the filming industry to ask what the typical protocol is for something like this. I got mixed answers. I sat in my room for a few hours, scared to leave. Eventually, I had to go get food. When I arrived back, the same woman at the desk told me that I would have to leave by the next morning. Check out at noon. It was around 4 pm when I was informed I’d have to leave. This is less than 24 hours notice. Now, these six nights at this hotel cost me over a grand. I was charged in full plus an incidental hold. Everyone’s finances are different… but I don’t just have another extra grand to throw down on a new hotel. This woman at the desk told me she “didn’t know what to tell me” when I explained that I didn’t have any funds to just book another place. Even after they process a refund for the nights I didn’t stay (which, she told me would only be a refund for three nights… even though my total nights stayed would only be two after this fiasco) those funds do not immediately show up in your account. It takes at least 2-3 days! This woman had absolutely NO empathy, said it wasn’t her fault that she had to be the “bad guy” with the news… etc. She claims to be a “manager” but that was a joke. Now I’m back in my room, trying to figure out what to do. I called a hotel that I had stayed in on a previous trip to see if they would help me out in a pinch. This hotel is fine, but it doesn’t have a view, doesn’t have as nice of rooms, and isn’t as quiet… Not what I had in mind to spend my remaining four nights. At this point, I had to do what I had to do in order to not be HOMELESS. I called down to the lobby and got another clerk on the phone, Jay. He at least understood how to politely speak to guests. He must not have gotten word that I was already spoken to, because he gave me the whole speech again about how they were bought out and that I would have to leave. He straight up told me that “times are tough” and said that because of the pandemic, the hotel has to “do what they have to do” for money. He straight up said that my money and my stay means nothing, and that the film production trumps any other guests. APPALLING. He let me know that he would be refunding all but one night’s charges. Great. But there was still no offer to help find accommodations. Two things should have happened in this situation. First, upon check in, I should have been informed of the production. Second, I should have been asked to find other accommodations BEFORE I even checked in (or, more favorably, other accommodations should have been booked FOR ME, at a similar hotel, in the vicinity, complimentary). After check out, I received an email with a survey to fill out about my stay. The basis of the response was that he "would have helped me find other accommodations had he known I needed help"... Again, HORRIFYING. OF COURSE I made other arrangements! I was afraid of being homeless as this was NOT ORIGINALLY offered to me! I would NEVER give these people another chance! Had they offered a complimentary weekend or something of the sort, maybe I would have given them another chance. But considering how expensive this place is, I would never give them another penny in fear of another situation like this happening. This situation ruined an entire day of what was supposed to be a RELAXING birthday trip. If you want to possibly be forced out onto the streets during a pandemic, by all means, book with this hotel. But for better customer service and getting your money’s worth… I would recommend ANYWHERE else! P.S. The hotel was bought out by T-Mobile. You mean to tell me I couldn’t be in the building while they filmed a phone commercial? Give me a break.
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Date of stay: January 2021
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Response from B P, Other at The Hollywood Roosevelt
Responded 4 weeks ago
Dear TheRenDetroit, Greetings and Happy Birthday once again. We thank you for choosing our hotel to serve as the host of your celebratory retreat and we apologize again for the miscommunications. As your comments note, a full buyout of the hotel did occur and while no instruction was needed, our team responded by partnering with each of our in-house guests to ensure that alternate accommodations were found at hotels of similar quality. I am disappointed to learn that our resources were not offered to you and I hope you can accept our sincerest of apologies for a very unfortunate miscommunication. Upon receiving your review, a member of our leadership team has been trying to contact you to extend a more personal apology on behalf of our team. We have not been able to reach you thus far, though we hope to do so in the day or two ahead and we invite you to respond back to the contact information left in our messages. Once more, we apologize for the misunderstanding and we look forward to extending our more humble apologies and one day winning your heart with a more treasured Hollywood experience. Until then. Warm regards, Don Jacinto Managing Director
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Candace K wrote a review Jan 2021
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Wow! This hotel is amazing. I met Bill who is beyond knowledgeable of the hotel and so friendly! He honestly enhanced my experience staying here SO much. I cannot thank him enough! He truly went way beyond to ensure that I could get everything I desired to know about the hotel.
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
1 Helpful vote
Response from B P, Other at The Hollywood Roosevelt
Responded 4 weeks ago
Dear 777candacek, Bill is a gem, one of many on our team, and we will be sure to celebrate your wonderful feedback with him. While we know our location is nearly perfect and our rooms provide a comfortable home-base, we have long believed that it is the gracious hospitality provided by our colleagues which brings guests back through our doors time and again and your thoughtful feedback further affirms that notion. We thank you again for taking a moment to share and we invite you to be in touch if we can assist in planning another Hollywood retreat. Until then. Warm regards, Don Jacinto Managing Director
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US$214 - US$400 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Hollywood Roosevelt
Which popular attractions are close to The Hollywood Roosevelt?
Nearby attractions include American Riviera Private Tours (0.3 km), El Capitan Theatre (0.2 km), and The Magic Castle (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Hollywood Roosevelt?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at The Hollywood Roosevelt?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at The Hollywood Roosevelt?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at The Hollywood Roosevelt?
Yes, paid private parking on-site, paid private parking nearby, and paid public parking on-site are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Hollywood Roosevelt?
Conveniently located restaurants include Magic Castle, Tiago Coffee Bar & Kitchen, and Ghirardelli Soda Fountain & Chocolate Shop.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Hollywood Roosevelt?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at The Hollywood Roosevelt?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at The Hollywood Roosevelt?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does The Hollywood Roosevelt offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at The Hollywood Roosevelt?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese.