When it comes to finding the perfect accommodation, people often look for plush bedding and scenic views to make a hotel feel like home. Yet for The Garland – who have been transcending even the most stubborn of customer’s expectations since 1972 – an establishment is worth more than its acres and thread count. Steeped in a wondrous pit of historical culture, The Garland was first discovered in 1970 when Hollywood actress Beverly Garland and her husband Fillmore Crank transformed a bucolic seven-acre property into the ultimate hideaway for friends, families and guests. Now, after a sizeable renovation overseen by Beverly’s son, James Crank, The Garland preserves all of the debauchery and glamour it sustained during the ‘70s, now boasting a chic edge that also sets the precedent of Los Angeles’ booming dining, wining and reclining scenes.
The hotel discovered in 1970 continues to transcend Los Angeles’ booming accommodation market.
From champagne catapulting off the top-floor balcony at the hands of actor John Wayne to long-term guest appearances from the likes of Dolly Parton, The Eagles and the late Kurt Cobain, The Garland has accommodated music royalty over the years. And, with the hotel situated amongst some of L.A.’s most iconic landmarks, it continues to provide top-tier service with beverages poured at the Lobby Bar, delicacies served at The Front Yard and an expansive outdoor patio.
For more information and to book your stay now, head to thegarland.com.