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Two West Hollywood boutique hotels will wrap up renovations in early 2018

The Chamberlain and the Montrose hotels are getting glammed up in the new year

The lobby at The Montrose West Hollywood. Renderings by Perkins + Will.
Courtesy of OLS Hotels & Resorts

Two boutique hotels in West Hollywood have made a New Year’s resolution to update their looks.

The 115-room Chamberlain West Hollywood and the 132-room Montrose West Hollywood, both OLS Hotels & Resorts, will complete renovations on rooms, meeting spaces, exteriors, and dining options by the spring of 2018.

Architecture and design firm Perkins + Will is designing the new looks for both hotels, OLS said in an announcement.

The Chamberlain sits between Santa Monica and Sunset boulevards, just west of La Cienega. The hotel is set to receive a new lobby and redone suites featuring “monochromatic tones, carefully curated art pieces, and luxe velvet and leather furniture.”

The hotel will also open a new restaurant and bar that serves “New American cuisine.” A garden with a fire features is also part of the planned remodel. The work on The Chamberlain is expected to be complete in March 2018.

The lobby of The Chamberlain West Hollywood.
The restaurant patio at The Chamberlain West Hollywood.

The Montrose West Hollywood, a rebranding of the Le Montrose Suite Hotel, sits just southeast of Doheny and Sunset. The remodel will bring an “‘upscale urban’ vibe” to the hotel and nod to the Hollywood music industry, past and present.

The hotel is also set to get a new take-out cafe as part of the renovations, which are expected to be complete in April or May 2018.

Rooms start at $239 a night now, but will bump up to $299 post-renovations.

A suite at The Montrose West Hollywood.