Imagine having your own pied-à-terre within walking distance of the Sunset Strip, Melrose’s best shopping, and West Hollywood’s hip bars and eateries. The pad itself would feel like a loft from some cross between London and New York, exposed brick lending an industrial vibe tempered by soft Old World furnishings, and large, iron-framed windows letting in floods of Southern California sunshine all day long. Naturally, there would be a rooftop garden—with cocktails, of course—and a living room–like café downstairs that turns into one of the city’s hottest scenes at night.
Hotelier Avi Brosh has read travelers’ minds; the first outpost in his Paligroup line, Palihouse West Hollywood has an organically vintage feel to it, its all-suites accommodations inspired by the days when one might visit a city for a month at a time, as opposed to just a weekend. Not only does each suite (and more recently-opened residence) have a full kitchen, living area, and washer dryer, but the full-service luxury experience includes a car service, pet amenities, grocery-stocking, and on-call spa and massage services. Oh, and the Brasserie and rooftop bar may seem exclusive to others, but guests can always get a reservation.