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Best Romantic Hotels in Los Angeles

Step into luxury with romantic hotels for couples in Los Angeles and nearby, the perfect end to any day of exploration or relaxation.

Top 3 romantic hotels for couples in Los Angeles

Dream Hollywood

6417 Selma Ave, Los Angeles, CA
9 / 10 1,246 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $291 per night
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Dream Hollywood redefines luxury with its romantic hotel experience in Los Angeles, nestled among the Hollywood Hills. This hotel captivates with its mid-century modern design and exclusive amenities like complimentary car service, making it an ideal choice for couples seeking a blend of romance, sophistication, and access to Los Angeles’s most opulent restaurants and rooftop lounges.

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

300 S Doheny Dr, Los Angeles, CA
9 / 10 1,904 Reviews
Top Rated!
Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $850 per night
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Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills offers an idyllic romantic retreat with luxury suites and rooms featuring balconies that showcase views of Los Angeles or Beverly Hills. The hotel’s emphasis on outdoor living, with its lush gardens and dining patios, provides a perfect backdrop for a romantic escape in the heart of the city.

Hotel Bel-Air

701 Stone Canyon Road, Los Angeles, CA
9 / 10 859 Reviews
Top Rated!
Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $1,235 per night
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Hotel Bel-Air offers a romantic escape amidst 12 acres of lush gardens, creating an enchanting paradise for couples. This iconic romantic hotel, renowned for its Hollywood glamour, provides a serene and luxurious retreat, inviting lovers to experience the beauty and tranquility of nature in the heart of Los Angeles.

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Fairmont Century Plaza

2025 Avenue of the Stars, Los Angeles, CA
9.9 / 10 229 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $650 per night
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Fairmont Century Plaza emerges as a romantic hotel after a $2.5 billion redevelopment, featuring spacious guest rooms with private terraces. The hotel indulges couples with a 14,000-square-foot spa, a rooftop pool offering 360-degree city views, and dining at Lumiere. Nestled next to Beverly Hills, it’s steps from Westfield Century City, offering an unparalleled luxury experience.

The Maybourne Beverly Hills

225 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA
9.9 / 10 226 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $1,095 per night
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The Maybourne Beverly Hills is the epitome of luxury and romance, nestled in Los Angeles near Rodeo Drive. This romantic hotel offers exquisite dining under the stars and a rooftop bar, perfect for couples. With a 20,000 sq ft spa and panoramic views from the rooftop pool, it promises an unforgettable romantic escape.

Chamberlain West Hollywood

1000 Westmount Dr, West Hollywood, CA
9 / 10 2,231 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $296 per night
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Chamberlain West Hollywood stands out as a romantic retreat near Sunset Boulevard, boasting a collection of redesigned suites and a glamorous rooftop terrace. Ideal for romantic hotels for couples, its intimate setting offers breathtaking views, making it a perfect backdrop for a love-filled getaway.

Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown, an IHG Hotel

899 Francisco St, Los Angeles, CA
9 / 10 1,041 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $176 per night
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At Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown, couples can dive into the city’s urban vibe and creativity, making it a top romantic hotel for couples. Its proximity to L.A. Live and the Crypto.com Arena, along with decor that echoes Los Angeles’s multiculturalism, offers a unique setting for creating lasting memories together.

Kimpton Everly Hotel

1800 Argyle Ave, Los Angeles, CA
9 / 10 713 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $231 per night
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Kimpton Everly Hotel stands a block from Hollywood Boulevard, offering a romantic escape with views of the LA skyline or the Hollywood sign. This hotel provides an intimate base for exploring the Walk of Fame or enjoying tranquility in elegantly designed guestrooms, making it an ideal choice for couples seeking both excitement and elegance.

Loews Hollywood Hotel

1755 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
9 / 10 5,341 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $206 per night
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Loews Hollywood Hotel offers an unmatched romantic escape in the heart of Hollywood, putting couples within arm’s reach of iconic landmarks like the Hollywood Sign and the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Its luxurious rooms and suites provide breathtaking views of the city, from the famous sign to the L.A. skyline, ensuring a memorable backdrop for a romantic getaway.

Pasea Hotel & Spa

21080 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, CA
9 / 10 1,703 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $319 per night
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Pasea Hotel & Spa, situated on the picturesque shores of Huntington Beach, is a quintessential romantic hotel for those seeking an oceanfront escape. It offers luxurious accommodations, with certain rooms featuring romantic hot tubs, ideal for couples to enjoy the tranquility of the sea. This hotel promises a serene and indulgent experience, making it perfect for a romantic getaway by the ocean.

Santa Monica Proper Hotel

700 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA
9 / 10 791 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $549 per night
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Santa Monica Proper Hotel redefines luxury with a touch of relaxation, making it an ideal romantic hotel for couples. Its rooms and suites capture Santa Monica’s natural beauty, complemented by the Westside’s only rooftop pool deck. This hotel promises unforgettable Pacific sunsets and a wellness-focused experience, blending beach proximity with luxurious comfort.

Silver Lake Pool and Inn

4141 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
9 / 10 359 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $513 per night
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Silver Lake Pool and Inn offers a unique blend of Californian charm and intimate luxury, making it a sought-after romantic hotel in Silver Lake. Its coastal Italian restaurant and cozy nooks provide a serene escape, ideal for those seeking a romantic adventure in Los Angeles’s vibrant neighborhoods.

Sunset Marquis

1200 Alta Loma Road, West Hollywood, CA
9 / 10 804 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $380 per night
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Sunset Marquis offers a secluded romantic retreat in the heart of the Sunset Strip, embodying luxury in its attentive service and fine amenities. This sanctuary, favored by creators and innovators, provides a unique blend of inspiration and comfort, perfect for those seeking a romantic and creative Los Angeles experience.

Waldorf Astoria Monarch Beach

1 Monarch Beach Resort, Dana Point, CA
9 / 10 4,106 Reviews
Top Rated!
Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $799 per night
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Waldorf Astoria Monarch Beach stands as a pinnacle of Southern California luxury, offering a romantic hotel experience with its private beach club, three pools, and oceanfront golf. Nestled atop a seaside bluff in Dana Point, it combines laid-back luxury with True Waldorf Service, making it an ultimate escape for couples seeking romance and beachfront elegance.

Best Western Plus Sunset Plaza Hotel

8400 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA
8.8 / 10 976 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $259 per night
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Best Western Plus Sunset Plaza Hotel, nestled on the iconic Sunset Strip in Hollywood, epitomizes a romantic hotel with its Jacuzzi suites in Los Angeles. Guests are treated to elegant and cozy accommodations, enhanced with modern amenities. The hotel’s offerings include a spa, fitness center, outdoor pool, and romantic in-room hot tubs. With complimentary Wi-Fi and continental breakfast, it’s the perfect setting for a romantic escape.

Beverly Hills Plaza Hotel

10300 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
8 / 10 533 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $256 per night
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Beverly Hills Plaza Hotel provides a secluded oasis in the heart of Los Angeles, perfect for a romantic hotel experience. With elegantly appointed suites and exceptional amenities, it offers a luxurious retreat near Westwood Village and Santa Monica Beach, ensuring a memorable stay for couples.

Huntley Santa Monica Beach

1111 Second Street, Santa Monica, CA
8 / 10 2,170 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $329 per night
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The Huntley Santa Monica Beach, with its understated contemporary elegance, stands as a premier romantic hotel. Offering breathtaking views of the city and ocean, its luxurious accommodations and the rooftop restaurant, The Penthouse, provide an idyllic setting for couples seeking romance and relaxation by the Pacific.

Kimpton The Hotel Wilshire

6317 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
8 / 10 892 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $229 per night
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Kimpton The Hotel Wilshire is a chic romantic hotel located near LA’s famous shopping and dining spots. Its rooftop pool and award-winning restaurant offer panoramic views of the city, crafting the perfect atmosphere for couples seeking an elevated and intimate urban escape.

SLS Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Beverly Hills

465 S. La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA
8 / 10 2,517 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $439 per night
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SLS Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Beverly Hills, welcomes couples to a world of modern luxury and chic accommodations. This romantic hotel features a Philippe Starck-designed interior and a rooftop pool with city views, offering a sophisticated setting for a romantic getaway in Los Angeles.

Su Casa at Venice Beach

431 Ocean Front Walk, Los Angeles, CA
8 / 10 233 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $289 per night
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Su Casa at Venice Beach blends modern comfort with eco-friendly luxury, making it a prime romantic hotel for couples. Located steps from the beach, its well-appointed suites with marble bathrooms and full kitchens offer a cozy retreat, complemented by hand-pressed cotton sheets for an intimate beachside getaway.

The Biltmore Los Angeles

506 S. Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA
8 / 10 1,613 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $179 per night
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The Biltmore Los Angeles, with its exquisite Spanish-Italian Renaissance architecture, is a romantic hotel that transports couples back to a time of glamour and elegance. Its connection to the Oscars and stunning hand-painted ceilings make it a legendary landmark for those desiring a historic backdrop for their romantic escape.

The LINE LA

3515 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
8 / 10 1,506 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $179 per night
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The LINE LA, nestled in Koreatown, offers a unique blend of cultural richness and creative energy, making it an ideal romantic hotel for couples. Its boutique ambiance and inviting spaces foster moments of discovery and collaboration, perfect for those seeking a love-filled getaway in a vibrant part of Los Angeles.

The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites, Los Angeles

404 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA
8 / 10 3,538 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $178 per night
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The Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites in Los Angeles serves as an urban oasis for couples looking for a romantic hotel experience. Its iconic status, sophisticated beauty, and central location in the business district combine to offer an unforgettable stay, blending modern luxury with the city’s rich history and charm.

Gold-Diggers

5630 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
7.5 / 10 53 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $230 per night
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Gold-Diggers, an East Hollywood fantasy, melds a unique mix of bar, hotel, and recording studio. Award-winning for its guest rooms and event space, this venue offers a distinctive romantic experience with vintage cassettes and vinyl, plus in-room Sonos systems, appealing to music-loving couples looking for a uniquely immersive stay.

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citizenM Los Angeles Downtown

361 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA
9 / 10 378 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $149 per night
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citizenM Los Angeles Downtown introduces affordable luxury to Downtown LA, with every room boasting an XL king-size bed and Italian linen. This romantic hotel is a stroll from the city’s vibrant districts, offering a modern retreat with rain showers and smart room controls, ideal for couples exploring the heart of Los Angeles.

Hilton Los Angeles Airport Hotel

5711 West Century Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA
7 / 10 6,789 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $149 per night
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Hilton Los Angeles Airport Hotel is the quintessential romantic getaway for couples, with modern rooms offering expansive views and an outdoor pool for basking under the California sun. Dine at diverse eateries or explore nearby attractions like SoFi Stadium and The Forum, all while enjoying close proximity to downtown and famous beaches.

La Mirage Inn LAX Airport

11711 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA
7 / 10 217 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $110 per night
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La Mirage Inn LAX Airport, located conveniently near Los Angeles International Airport, is a charming choice for a romantic hotel. It boasts an outdoor pool, fitness center, business hub, and an on-site restaurant, catering to all needs. Couples will find solace in romantic rooms and suites with private spa tubs, complemented by complimentary Wi-Fi and parking, ensuring a stress-free and intimate getaway.

Romantic Hotels in Los Angeles with hot tub

Inn at Playa del Rey

435 Culver Boulevard, Los Angeles
9.4 / 10 623 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $247 per night
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Inn at Playa del Rey stands as a serene romantic hotel, nestled closely to Venice Beach and Santa Monica Beach. This boutique hotel, celebrated for its Jacuzzi rooms in Los Angeles, invites couples to unwind with amenities such as a spa, fitness center, and outdoor pool. Guests can enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and a daily continental breakfast, enhancing their romantic getaway.

Shutters on the Beach

1 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica, Los Angeles
9.2 / 10 408 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $775 per night
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Shutters on the Beach, a premier romantic hotel in Santa Monica, offers guests direct beach access. Known for its hot tub suites, this hotel features oceanfront restaurants, an outdoor swimming pool, and a luxurious spa. Each room is a haven of comfort with luxury white linens, plush bathrobes, and complimentary toiletries. Additional amenities like an in-room library, balcony, and romantic spa tubs promise an unforgettable romantic retreat.

Kimpton Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Beverly Hills

10740 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
8 / 10 1,995 Reviews
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Perfect choice for couples
Great value for money!
Price from: $307 per night
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Kimpton Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Beverly Hills, nestled in the vibrant Westwood neighborhood, is a beacon of style and luxury for romantic getaways. With artistic décor and sweeping city views, it stands close to Rodeo Drive, offering couples a sophisticated base to explore the city’s most beautiful locales.

Google reviews for Romantic Hotel in Los Angeles

Dream Hollywood - part of Hyatt
4.2
Based on 1087 reviews
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Christine CoxChristine Cox
19:16 11 Feb 24
It's a hip hotel in a cool part of LA. For Globalist status we did get an upgrade to a suite and it included breakfast.- Great location and within walking distance to many tourist spots- It's a chic property- Friendly front desk staff- There is a popular bar on the roof so they do let you know that there is loud music on Friday and Saturday nights. (luckily we were able to address that and put in a room on a lower floor)- There is a robot that delivers packages and waters to your roomIn summary it was just fine for a two night stay however I wouldn't have wanted to stay longer as it's in a busy part of town. It's expensive and LA pretentious which isn't always the vibe my husband and I are looking for.
Justin SniderJustin Snider
02:34 12 Jan 24
Spent a week here and really liked it. Cool space with interesting NFT art everywhere. Wine and cheese hour in the afternoon, good food in the restaurant and a nice gym.Having stayed here and the Thompson around the corner this place is far superior for all of the reasons mentioned above. As a globalist this place is much more attentive and just has a far superior breakfast.Staff was friendly and it's nice having food deliveries brought up by a robot.We'll be back in a few weeks!
K NgK Ng
08:34 10 Jan 24
Guy at check-in counter was extremely unfriendly. We arrived at 2pm (official check-in is 4pm which is a little late, other hotels are usually 3pm) and he said we had to pay for $75 early check in (which we did because we were so tired). that was disappointing given that the room was already ready anyway, and that it was not full capacity, we were staying 5 (!) nights and it was near the new year celebration. There was also no festive mood within the hotel outside of paid entry to the restaurants around. husband tried asking for HDMI cable one day since their TV did not support apple devices (which is pretty shocking in this time and age and neither of us were using android devices) and the staff was rude and unhelpful. area around the hotel was seedy. we had to call housekeeping thrice and came back to an uncleaned room at night and had to evacuate so that housekeeping could clean the room. Also, toilet has a curtain from the outside which is half transparent and there's no way around it so please take note if you're not traveling as a couple. Guy on the last day at the counter during checkout was nice, but he was the only one. room decently new and clean. overall, a disappointing stay for a hyatt associated hotel.
Rafael MoratayaRafael Morataya
21:45 31 Dec 23
The front desk staff is great, the valet folks as well, the management team depends of the person but they have some persona at the Higher level that needs to take some skill classes how to deal with customers, very unprofessional. In my last stay my room got some leaking water from the roof.This hotel is focused on its night life’s.The breakfast is great.
Self Care SundaysSelf Care Sundays
20:09 18 Sep 23
The Dream Hotel in Hollywood offers a perfect base for tourists seeking the full "Hollywood" experience. The highlight of our stay was the amazing rooftop at the Highlight Room, which provided fantastic views. While the wait staff left something to be desired, the food was outstanding. Our rooms were spacious and comfortable, with dreamy beds. The front desk staff and lobby security were exceptional, going above and beyond to assist us.However, it's worth noting that this is primarily a nightlife hotel with Tao and Beauty Essex, both offering an amazing menu. If you're looking for a vibrant, central location, this is it. Just be aware that there is a visible homeless presence in the area, but the hotel's security does an excellent job of keeping them away from guests. Keep in mind that valet parking comes at a steep $60 per night. Overall, a great choice for those wanting to immerse themselves in the heart of Hollywood.
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H. CammH. Camm
20:31 31 Jan 24
The rooms were beautiful! Every single employee interaction was very pleasant, if not also helpful. Brian/Bryan, the concierge, is amazing! In addition to being friendly and helpful, he got us into hard to eat spots and had great recommendations.The hotel was very quiet, the bed was comfortable, and we had a spectacular visit.I can't recommend this place enough.
Behnam ShahossiniBehnam Shahossini
14:29 22 Jan 24
Very nicely located hotel. The staff are extremely nice and professional. It is a typical Four Seasons experience. The only thing is the spa for the shower, sauna and steam room are a little too small.
Joshua MansfieldJoshua Mansfield
12:02 07 Jan 24
The room was overstuffed with furniture, could have given up a chair and table so that the beds would have been Queens or Fulls instead of twins. The room wasn't ready at check-in, but they comped us a round of drinks in the bar. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The view was great from our balcony.
Jose RamirezJose Ramirez
07:15 07 Dec 23
Their care and attention never disappoints, if you’re looking for an amazing dinning experience make them a part of your trip stops, you’ll never be left feeling uncared for. Their food and drink quality are always on-point.
Colette PhairColette Phair
06:45 01 Dec 23
I'm leaving this review as a regular at the spa and having eaten a few times at their restaurants, but not having stayed in the rooms.Overall this is a good place, but there are some issues with management. The staff are great and bring a very high quality of service. The masseuses, including Annie and Yao, are amazing. Plant Food And Wine is a good restaurant on the spa level with healthy vegan cuisine (by the chef Matthew of Bad Vegan fame, but he was the good guy in the doc) and great service from Kevin.I was disappointed at my most recent visit as they suddenly decided I couldn't access the pool and hot tub area anymore as a spa guest (oh, unless I agreed to be upsold on services I don't want that are only catered towards girly girls - manicure or facial packages). They also changed their service in terms of how they let you navigate around the building, because I was told to go over to this hidden elevator by the lower restaurant and they no longer walk you over, even though I couldn't find it at first. It's upsetting to be downgraded and treated like a second class citizen just for not paying more than the monthly ~$300 I've been spending here for self care. You only notice how mediocre the spa is after they cut the outdoor area access because they blast upbeat music, even in the sauna, making it impossible to relax, which is the whole purpose for going. It's also too crowded now and you have to stand there waiting for a shower after getting out of a hot steam room. There is nowhere to lie down. The only seating area inside is in a hallway where people have to constantly walk by you. I felt like I was on the train, still part of the intense urban energy. Definitely not a sanctuary.Compare this to other Four Seasons spas like the one in Vegas, or abroad, where they don't try to nickel and dime you like L.A. loves to do. It makes you feel like trash there, like you don't belong, but then why take our money and grant any non-guests access in the first place?The downstairs restaurant isn't great either. They tried to charge me an absurd "Market Price" for a steak with nothing accompanying it, literally an a la carte steak for what was I believe over $100 without mentioning the actual price first, though I think they may have reversed that charge later, I didn't keep checking back. The area is loud from traffic outside.You just generally get that snobby Beverly Hills vibe like you're in Pretty Woman.The staff are nice, but what they call their "Executive Committee" makes some odd business decisions while expecting people to keep paying the same amount for fewer services. It felt like when Republicans in Congress suddenly cut my unemployment insurance in 2014. Like some other reviews mentioned, not a lot of empathy, and it's hard to relax when everything keeps changing.The staff were on strike at this hotel in mid-2023, meaning they're not being treated fairly. And they do a great job. They just need their overlords to stop messing things up for them and have fair labor practices and pay.It takes more money to obtain a new customer than to keep an existing one, and locals will be more loyal than a tourist who only comes out once in a lifetime or on occasional business. If you don't want us there, just don't allow locals anymore. In the meantime, there's a lot of competition on spas out there.
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What is the price range for romantic hotels in Los Angeles?

The price range for romantic hotels in Los Angeles varies widely, reflecting the city’s diverse accommodation options. Budget-conscious couples can find charming options starting around $150 per night, offering cozy atmospheres and essential amenities. Mid-range hotels, providing more luxurious features and prime locations, typically range from $250 to $400 per night. For those seeking the pinnacle of luxury and exclusivity, high-end accommodations can soar to $600 and beyond per night, including sumptuous suites with breathtaking views, gourmet dining, and personalized services to make your romantic getaway truly unforgettable.

When is the best time to visit romantic hotels in Los Angeles?

The best time to visit romantic hotels in Los Angeles is during the spring months of March to May and the fall from September to November. These periods offer mild weather, fewer crowds, and more competitive rates for accommodations compared to the peak summer months. Spring brings the city to life with blooming flowers and ideal temperatures for outdoor activities, while fall offers a chance to experience Los Angeles’s vibrant cultural scene and beautiful autumnal hues. Booking during these times allows couples to enjoy the city’s romantic offerings fully, from beach sunsets to cozy dinners under the stars.

Are there romantic hotels in Los Angeles that also offer spa services?

Yes, many romantic hotels in Los Angeles offer spa services, providing couples with the ultimate relaxation and pampering experience during their stay. These spa services often include couples massages, aromatherapy sessions, hydrotherapy, facials, and body treatments, designed to rejuvenate and invigorate. Hotels like The Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles, Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, and The Peninsula Beverly Hills are renowned for their luxurious spas, offering exclusive treatments in serene settings that contribute to a deeply romantic and restorative getaway. Opting for a hotel with spa services ensures a memorable retreat, blending romance with wellness.

How to book a romantic hotel in Los Angeles

We have chosen the best-rated romantic hotels in Los Angeles for your convenience. This includes room specifics, hotel scores, location, and a summary. After picking your preferred hotel, click ‘See available rooms‘ to navigate to our partner’s site. Select your dates to verify room availability. The website will then compare prices across different platforms to get you the best deal. After redirection, you’ll need to provide the remaining details about your stay. Some hotels offer pay-at-the-hotel options, while others require upfront payment, often with a free cancellation policy.

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