Joining the JdV by Hyatt Brand, tommmie Hollywood offers 212 rooms across nine floors, a plethora of dining and drinking options, and a rooftop pool. With such an array, it is difficult to pick a highlight, but perhaps the easiest choice would be the hotel’s feature restaurant: KA’TEEN. The masterpiece of renowned chef Wes Avila, the signature dining space draws inspiration from the Mayan city of Tulum, paying homage to the Yucatan Peninsula’s culinary history with creative cocktails and delicious dishes.
The rooftop bar, Desert 5 Spot, is another highlight. Named after the flower found in the Mojave Desert and embracing a 1970s Palm Springs aesthetic, it combines a multitude of visual and gustatory influences into one delightful experience. With music performances and evening programming, it is a vibrant space for socialising. And, overlooking Los Angeles, it is a beautiful space to do so.
The beauty doesn’t stop there, however. Local design firm Studio Collection developed tommie Hollywood’s visual identity to an impeccable standard. From the sun-drenched lobby with hand-carved relief artwork to the inviting communal workspaces to the enticing coffee bar and courtyard, it is easy to get wrapped up in the ground floor and forget to even head upstairs to the rooms. That would be a shame, however, as each bedroom and suite is as marvellous as the next. From floor-to-ceiling windows to hardwood floors, they are as stylish as they are functional — making your departure date a difficult one.
In the heart of LA, tommie Hollywood is perfectly positioned for travellers and locals alike.