Looking to STAY-CAY? Or maybe VAY-CAY in LA? Try The Sunset Strip. Yes, you may have heard that Sunset blvd is the ultimate knod to old Hollywood, combined with a fresh, trendy take on the best restaurants, hot spots and stars of our time, but what you’ll find when you go to book a trip or take a day out, is that Sunset Boulevard runs miles long, so which area are “they” talking about? Here’s the ultimate guide to stay, eat, drink or play on Sunset Boulevard:
The Edition: The architectural design is all the buzz for this minimalist dream.
The Montrose: Tucked away in a neighborhood off Sunset, for ultimate privacy & salt water pool.
Andaz West Hollywood: The classic. Nestled between the hills and the boulevard with a roof top pool.
The Grafton: We call this one “incognito.” It’s in the heart of it all, but with a quaint hidden feel & prices that beat the rest.
The Mondrian: The glamorous blvd. staple. It’s rumored that George Clooney was set up on his first blind date in LA here.
The Pendry: The newest addition to the prime real estate of the sunset strip. Shwanky decor & views to be enjoyed.
BOA: You can pretty much expect to see someone fabulous here. The signature steakhouse borders the Hills, Beverly Hills & West Hollywood.
Night + Market: It’s small, fast and “poppin.” People love the Thai food and quick paced atmosphere.
Katana: One of the most gorgeous boulevard views, serving Japanese fair & sushi, perfect for a sit down with friends.
The Everleigh: Aesthetically “adorbs.” This restaurant is a brunch signature, open for dinner with food for every pallet.
Skybar at The Mondrian: With views of the entire city, this outdoor cabana club will keep you on your feet (day or night.)
The Classic Cat: Looking like “no big deal” from the outside, once security lets you in, you’ll experience dining fair, cocktails and a full lounge after 10pm.
Hyde: Another Sunset Blvd Staple. Get ready for a bottle-service type of night and expect a “who’s who” crowd. 😉
Saddle Ranch: This is extremely casual, but drinks and grub are flowing. We can’t tell you why, but Tik Tokers LOVE IT.
Yes, there are two on the strip. They are stunning, but require membership to enter. So ask a pal, or ask around 😉
Soho House: Signature West Hollywood views from 20 floors up, plus, company that include creatives & socialites.
The Britly: Stunning decor, a downstairs bowling alley with a roof top restaurant. The venue is connected to The Pendry.
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REMOTE TIP: Heading to LA for a work trip? Try booking out a day-pass at Soho Works
Expanding the experience? Read about other fabulous restaurants around West Hollywood.