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Farmer’s Daughter

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Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Old MacDonald Got Lost And Had An Urban Farm Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter Los Angeles California United States
Old MacDonald Got Lost And Had An Urban Farm Los Angeles California United States
Farmer’s Daughter
Before it was the sprawling metropolis at the beating heart of the entertainment industry, Los Angeles consisted of verdant acres of farmland, many home to fragrant orange groves. Farmer’s Daughter brings this oft-forgotten past into the present day with a quirky, down-home style, manifest in farm-animal–themed artwork, plaid blankets, faux cowhide rugs, and mismatched furniture. But this is no sleepy homestead; with shopping destination The Grove on the other side of the street, this buzzy boutique hotel attracts a lively crowd of pretty young things to its Southern-inspired restaurant, and the corrugated tin–framed courtyard—lit by string lights and a fire pit—turns into quite the scene at night. Like on a farm, almost everything encourages social living, from a free-whiskey hour for guests to the “take one, leave one” lending library. The almost-festive atmosphere continues at the pool, adorned with a neon sign and a flock of rubber duckies. Rooms are relatively small—this was once a motel whose location across from CBS Studios made it popular with The Price is Right guests—but charming and well-outfitted, with Nespresso machines, custom artwork, and iPod docks. In 2016, Farmer's Daughter owner Ellen Picataggio collaborated with designer Meg Joannides of MLK Studio to renovate the rooms and the courtyard for a fresh, new property-wide redesign. 

Old MacDonald Got Lost And Had An Urban Farm
The country chic Farmer’s Daughter hotel welcomes guests with good ol' southern hospitality and charm. The blue-and-white checkered facade greets you like Daisy Duke in a plaid button down and the friendly staff, accessorized with suspenders and bandannas, is a refreshing change from the typical try-to-hard LA uniform.

The lobby sets the country-kitsch scene with a painted china rooster, brass rabbit, two pet parakeets and a stuffed sheep guarding the coveted BBQ flavored potato chips and lemonade. It’s a playful place where you can pick up a game of ping pong, read a book from their lending library, relax by the rubber-duck-filled pool, ride a single or double seated bike around town or brunch at the attached Tart restaurant with southern style dishes like the Haystuck Hussie and Cowgirl Cutie.

Although you could stay entertained without leaving the hotel, it is surrounded by plenty of walking distance attractions that are worth the wander. The simple rooms, accented with farm-life flair such as lattice fence headboards and denim bed covers, are a comforting hideaway after a day of exploring and the waterfall showerheads are a luxurious surprise.

On your way out make sure to pay homage to the Polaroid shrine of guests on the Wheel of Fortune (filmed across the street), use your complimentary token at the “Art-O-Mat” (a cigarette machine that dispenses painted cigarette containers), and try not to smile as you drop your business card in the bright magenta watering can.

115 S Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036, USA
+1 323-937-3930