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LA is housing its homeless in hotel rooms. How about the Ritz?

It was built with taxpayer money.

Pico-Union borders Downtown LA but avoided development boom spillover—until now

"I’m surprised at the enormity of the project," says one community organizer.

AIDS Healthcare Foundation sells Hollywood property to hotel developer

The nonprofit has often squared off against developers.

First glimpse: Marmol Radziner to helm Hotel Cecil’s interior renovations

Will the revamp shake off the Cecil’s creepy reputation?

Hollywood hotel designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard to open in December

Formerly a rent-controlled apartment building, it’s reopening as a boutique hotel.

Meet the ghosts at LA’s most haunted hotels

Just in time to schedule a spooky Halloween staycation, a guide to the paranormally-blessed hotels of Los Angeles.

Rent the multicolored Lisa Frank room of your dreams for $199 a night

Dolphins? Check. Golden Retrievers? Check. Rainbow everything? Double check.

Soho Warehouse is finally here—and it’s dazzling

The view from the Arts District rooftop is *chef’s kiss*

Councilmember wants to give tax breaks to giant Pico-Union hotel

Gil Cedillo says the neighborhood has been "under-served by private investment."

Downtown LA’s creepy Hotel Cecil might finally reopen in 2021

The developer would not say if stylish micro-units are still part of the plans, but half of the existing rooms will reopen to hotel guests.

Downtown’s cool Hoxton hotel slated to open in October with rooms from $129 per night

About a block south of Ace Hotel on Broadway.

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The 21 best hotel pools in LA, mapped

From rooftops with killer views in Downtown Los Angeles to shady cabanas in West Hollywood.

A totally incomplete history of trouble at Chateau Marmont

As Harry Cohn once said: "If you must get into trouble, do it at the Chateau Marmont."

Downtown’s low-income Barclay Hotel to become ‘4.5-star, luxury’ boutique hotel

The 122-year-old hotel sits at the border of Skid Row and the Historic Core.

Potato-like Historic Core hotel slated to start construction in 2020

The 170-room hotel is set to rise on Spring and Sixth streets in Downtown LA.

Soho Warehouse set to open in August in Arts District

Membership to this location: $2,160 a year.

Hollywood’s citizenM hotel slated to begin construction as soon as next year

Right next to the Capitol Records building.

One of two appeals dropped against hotel, housing development getting $103M tax subsidy

The West Adams Heritage Association, however, is still firmly opposed. One of its members told a city committee last week that the developers "were arrogant and could care less" about destroying rent-controlled apartments.

Union to protest sewage leaks, working conditions at Downtown’s Freehand hotel

Protesters will wear "poop costumes" and carry plungers.

How many more Downtown LA hotels will get tax breaks from the city?

LA is on track to build more than 9,100 hotel rooms near the Convention Center. To get there, it has doled out subsidies totaling well over $600 million.

Megamansion developer who built Beyonce, Jay-Z’s house now overhauling Hollywood motel

The Coral Sands Motel used to be a gay cruising spot.

Santa Monica developer hit with record $15M fine for building fancy hotel on Ocean Avenue

The developer had expired permits for a Travelodge. It built a boutique hotel instead, where rooms can go up to $800 per night.

Glimpse inside Proper Hotel in Santa Monica, opening in June

Rooms, which feature colors and textures reminiscent of a fancy graham cracker, will start at about $420 a night.

City agrees to give hotel developer near Convention Center $17M in tax breaks

City officials have doled out more than $650 million in tax breaks to developers since 2005.

One of LA’s first skyscrapers could become 140-room hotel

The Historic Core’s Continental Building was converted to lofts in the early 2000s. New plans call for 140 guest rooms and a rooftop bar with outdoor dining.

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Hollywood’s wild development boom, mapped

From the Amoeba tower to the many planned hotels, these 30-plus projects are in the works right now.

1920s Arts District firehouse opening as boutique hotel next week

The hotel’s nine colorful rooms start at $300 a night.

With height changes, huge Angels Landing development now slated to open in 2028

That’s four years later than originally planned.

Here’s the latest on Park Plaza Hotel’s long-awaited renovation

The gorgeous city landmark is slated to partially open to the public as soon as next year.

Miracle Mile mixed-user swaps apartments for hotel rooms, condos

The hotel and residential project would rise next to a future Purple Line station.

11-story Hollywood hotel project approved near Selma and Wilcox

191 rooms plus a restaurant

Eight-story Selma Wilcox hotel in Hollywood approved by City Council

Opponents have argued that the developers are getting piece-meal approvals while building out one giant entertainment district.

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These real-life Green Book locations still stand in LA

They were the only safe places for black travelers in Jim Crow-era Los Angeles.

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The very best hotels in Palm Springs

If you’re going to book a stay in Palm Springs, do it at one of these luscious hotels. Picks include private bungalows, sleek suites, and budget-friendly rooms.

First look at Izek Shomof’s revamped Inglewood hotel

Planned to open in 2020.

See the six-story retail, residential complex slated for West Adams

Developer CIM Group already has a couple projects in the works in the neighborhood.

Palihotel now open in 1920s-era Culver City hotel

Interiors are "modern and urban with bohemian, art-deco influences."

Otherworldly development planned for legendary Viper Room

The Sunset Strip project, designed by Morphosis, will create a new home for the venue.

Fresh renderings released for Jenga-like skyscraper with cantilevered pools in DTLA

The tower would be one of LA’s tallest—and most daring.