W Hollywood

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INFO W Hollywood is a boutique hotel located in the heart of Los Angeles on Hollywood Boulevard. Opened in 2010, the glamorous hotel features some of the hottest restaurants and lounges to go to in Hollywood for both locals... ... read more

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W Hollywood Information

W Hollywood - Event Space | Hotel in Los Angeles.

W Hollywood is a boutique hotel located in the heart of Los Angeles on Hollywood Boulevard. Opened in 2010, the glamorous hotel features some of the hottest restaurants and lounges to go to in Hollywood for both locals and tourists.

Delphine Eatery & Bar, the hotel’s signature restaurant, is located directly across from the Pantages Theatre at W Hollywood. Open for breakfast through dinner, it offers upscale Contemporary American cuisine and an extensive menu of cocktails.

Perched upon the hotel’s rooftop, Drai’s Hollywood features a restaurant and pool, in addition to one of the trendier nightclubs in Los Angeles.

The Living Room is the hotel’s main indoor bar where guests can relax, listen to music from live DJs, and sip on delicious cocktails. Every Sunday, the hotel hosts ‘Jazz Night’ in the Living Room, featuring live vintage jazz and blues music from Brenna Whitaker and Her Little Big Band.

In addition to the Living Room, W Hollywood also houses Station Hollywood, an exclusive outdoor bar.

W Hollywood User Reviews

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Skip Drais at the W Hotel, but go to Jazz Night
Ernest D. Aug 5, 2013
Don't let anyone fool you. Drais nightclub at the W Hotel is wack and expensive. People barely dance and they are too hard on people at the door. If you don't have a room or know the doorman, you will not get in without paying him $50 in addition to the cover. If you want to go somewhere to stand around and be seen by others who are also standing around to be seen...then by all means, waste your money.
Definitely check out Jazz Sundays at the W!
rachel b. Mar 28, 2013
Station Hollywood (AKA The Living Room) is located in the W Hotel on Hollywood Blvd in Hollywood. It is a classy, elegant bar with an indoor bar and leather couches, as well as an outdoor patio and bar. Sunday night is Jazz night, which is my favorite night to go. It features music from Brenna Whittaker and her Little Big Band (she is an incredible vocalist) and they often have surprise music guests performing. They also feature Brooke Lynn's Burlesque dancers, who show off their moves while the band performs. It's not to miss.
Never expected anything less from the global W brand!
Ian B. Mar 12, 2013
Popular with swanky LA wealthy, and college students alike... this place is very lavish, and very expensive. However, it is on the 12th floor of the W Hotel Hollywood~ upon entering via red velvet elevator your treated to beautiful people galore. I've enjoyed the night several times in the VIP and the service is superb. Steve Aoki and Dim Mak Records often make weekly surprise visits. Worth the price.
Very nice
Michelle C. Jan 5, 2013
I have stayed here three times. Two times with my friends, and once with my parents. Each experience was similar in the sense that they offered excellent customer service. Aside from that, the food at the restaurants were nice, and the room itself was clean and organized as well. I would come here again when i need a place to stay. It is located in Westwood, walking distance from UCLA. It is the perfect spot to be as it is close to everything.
What You Would Expect from the W Chain
Jayson M. Oct 18, 2012
It’s always easy to pick apart a hotel. And, truthfully, I think the valet guy who took my keys last time I went there may have quite possibly been the dumbest dude on the planet. My car has the system where you just keep the chip in your pocket and hit the button to start it….he asked me how he would be able to get out of the car after he parked it. Annnnywhoooo, the rooms are all nice but not over the top, the staff is sweet and prompt even if some of them were dropped on their heads as children, it is very central to every major Hollywood hotspot, the lobby bar is lovely and has surprisingly affordable champagne, the pool is perpetually filled with women who have probably wrecked a marriage or three, you’ve got Drai’s steps away (if you can afford it or want to hang out with the more stereotypical Hollywood crowd), and the $500 deposit I had to plunk down when checking in makes me think a lot of crazy stuff goes down here sometimes. Still think I prefer The Roosevelt, but a nice spot nonetheless.
Great addition to Hollywood
Paul F. Oct 4, 2012
The W in a word, classed up the joint. A behemoth new hotel set up on the east side of the Hollywood Boulevard strip, the W provides guests with multiple dining and drinking options. When you walk in, you enter an enormous lobby with couches splayed throughout and a back lit bar serving up expensive cocktails. In the rear is the enormous spiral staircase which frames the stage that's used for live jazz on Sundays. Walking outside, you have another bar and a massive projection screen that's great for watching Lakers games. Adjacent to the patio is Delphine's, a fairly decent upscale restaurant. Upstairs of the W features Drai's, a semi-trendy 1000 person club of Vegas fame. Overall the hotel has lots of options. Everything looks new and clean, and they do a decent job of keeping it that way.
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