Luxe Hotel Rodeo Drive Los Angeles

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Locality: Hollywood / Beverly Hills, price from: 187 € per night
The Luxe Hotel with its plush accommodation and lavish comfort, welcomes you for a luxurious holiday where a wide range of facilities awaits for corporate and leisure guests alike. Location: Located in the heart of the world's most famous shopping venue in Los Angeles, this boutique hotel is on Rodeo Drive and has many shops and restaurants in its proximity. Rooms: This hotel boasts an array of beautifully appointed guestrooms which offer a perfect setting with numerous amenities for a relaxing stay. Restaurant: The in-house Cafe Rodeo serve the most authentic and delicious California cuisine for the guests to sample. You can also enjoy in the dynamic atmosphere of the Cafe Rodeo's Bar 360 that offer excellent signature libations. General: With a range of function rooms and state-of-the-art audio visual equipments, the hotel is an excellent setting to hold any business meetings, seminars and social gatherings. You can also shop for unique gifts in this unique area or soothe your muscles at the gymnasium.

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