Inspiring the Line LA hotel

The Line LA Hotel is an urban boutique space in Los Angeles. It is in the Koreatown, a cultural neighbourhood south of Hollywood. For instance, the hotel is nearby restaurants, bars and fashionable boutiques.

Originally built in 1964,  Sean Knibb  did the renovations, creating an industrial and hip style space. Rooms and common areas have exposed concrete walls and design pieces from local artists.

The 388 rooms (king, double, studio, suite and apartment) have modern interiors, floor-to-ceiling windows and handmade furnishings. For example, the studios have dining table and a sofa area. The suites have a separated living space. In addition the apartments have living area and a large workspace, and dining area.

On the second floor guests can relax at the outdoor oasis with the pool and a deck with chairs and lounges.

Line La hotel offers different dining options with a restaurant in the poolside greenhouse, offering fresh menus. Moreover, there are 3 bars and guests can enjoy their breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The hotel has different indoor/outdoor event spaces, including the area near the pool, the greenhouse, the restaurant and meeting rooms. In fact, it is possible to organise meetings, conferences and private events. One of the space available is the Speek Suite, a big area inspired by the 60s and 70s decor. Here there are a bedroom, a living room with bar and a fireplace.

 Info: – Room price: double room from 179 $ incl. Wi-Fi, fitness center – available Saturday yoga lesson

Photo Credit: © Art Gray, Adrian Gaut, Rick Poon and Sisilia Piring