Why it’s worth traveling for…
Nestled between Hollywood and Downtown in the heart of LA’s vibrant Koreatown district The LINE LA is a hip, mid-century modern hotel where the best of Korean, Latino, and classic Americana culture converge. Built in 1964, and once a home away from home for Hunter S. Thompson, the hotel’s design draws inspiration from the eclectic history and laidback minimalism style that defines Los Angeles. Architect Sean Knibb incorporated local artworks and handmade furnishings from his Venice Beach studio into the hotel’s interiors and guest rooms and there’s no mistaking you’re in the city of angels from the floor-to-ceiling windows offering sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills. The star attraction is the Michelin-star Openaire restaurant, set on a leafy outdoor terrace with a stunning pool that is a garden oasis in the heart of the iconic city.
Beyond the bright lights of Hollywood glare, LA is actually one of the best culinary destinations in California. Be sure to head to Broad Street Oyster Company for lobster rolls, try the French bistro République, once the office of Charlie Chaplin, indulge in the finest Italian at Bestia, and for a morning pick me up, don’t miss Hilltop.
384 guest rooms & suites
Openaire by Michelin-starred chef Josiah Citrin is a garden oasis on the 2nd-floor terrace where the menu and ingredients reflect the seasons and cultural influences that define LA.
Alfred Coffee is a buzzy cafe and eatery beloved by guests and K-Town locals for its Iced Vanilla Lattes and legendary breakfast burritos.
Lobby Bar is a chilled-out hang-out with a cool retro vibe. Head here for fruity cocktails inspired by LA like their signature Watermelon Wilshire Heights.
Break Room 86, the brainchild of brothers Mark and Jonnie Houston, who grew up in K-Town in the 80s is a groovy bar and cocktail lounge where you can enjoy live performances, guest DJs, karaoke suites, nostalgia-inducing cocktails, and dancing.
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, also by the Houston Brothers is a deco-disco hotspot also offering a dose of glamorous 80s nostalgia thanks to its neon-lit bar and dance floor.
The hotel has a 24-hour fitness studio, complete with full-body workout equipment and cardio machines. You can also zen out with a weekly Tai Chi come moving meditation class offered on Sundays at 11 am in the front drive with master Hakim Tafari.
- Located in trendy K-Town, home to the best BBQ and karaoke bars in LA
- Iconic LA views of Griffith Observatory and Hollywood sign
- Openaire restaurant and garden terrace.
- Outdoor pool with DJs in summer
- Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, an 80s inspired bar and disco
- Weekly Thai Chi classes with a Zen master