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Over Hotel Palomar Los Angeles
In Hotel Palomar doet men al het mogelijke om van uw verblijf een 'meesterwerk' te maken, mede geïnspireerd door de filmische kunsten die de omgeving beheersen. De handige locatie en uitstekende dienstverlening en voorzieningen van Hotel Palomar maken dat u zich voelt als een ster. U geniet van een prachtig uitzicht op de skyline vanuit de mooi ontworpen kamers, met onder meer gratis WiFi, een state-of-the-art fitness center en een uitnodigend buitenzwembad. Kenmerk van de Kimpton-hotels is de wijnreceptie, dus ook hier geniet u 's avonds van een door het hotel aangeboden glaasje wijn. Shoppers kunnen hun geluk niet op in de nabijgelegen winkels, galerieën en restaurants, terwijl de zonaanbidders gemakkelijk een uitstapje maken naar beroemde strandparadijzen als Santa Monica en Venice Beach.
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KamerbeschrijvingenDeluxe Double Double
Airco, WiFi, televisie, telefoon, iHome docking station, kluisje, strijkijzer en -plank. Compleet ingerichte badkamer.
Als Deluxe Double Double, ruimer en badkamer inclusief Etno Bad.
Gelegen in West Los Angeles.
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Los Angeles is een grote, uitgestrekte metropool en qua oppervlakte de grootste stad van het land. Los Angeles is eigenlijk een verzameling van woongebieden, samen goed voor net zoveel inwoners als heel Nederland! Het subtropische klimaat en de ligging aan de Pacific maken een bezoek aan Los Angeles het hele jaar door mogelijk.
"Great hotel! "
Perfect place to stay, you couldn't fault a thing about this hotel! Highly recommended! Clean, friendly, spacious, has a nice pool, staff couldn't do more for you without even thinking about it. Free wine at 5pm each day in the reception!
"Fun Hotel in Great Location "
This hotel is a great value for being so close to everything. Hotel has a great new feel and rooms are large and modern. Lot of perks, free rides to dinner, free wine at 5. Good staff will to help with anything
"Fabulous food, decor, rooms and service!"
During a recent stay at the Hotel Palomar, I had the kind of experience one can only hope for. The space itself it just beautiful and has such great energy. When you add the service, food and convenient walkability of the neighborhood, it is truly the full package. Breakfast was particularly delicious and staff was pleasant. I will definitely recommend this hotel to friends and family staying in the area.
"Great decor, in Westwood"
The hotel is very nice - the decor is modern and very well done. The rooms are a decent size. It is in the Westwood area of L.A. (It is NOT in Beverly Hills - that is a few miles farther east.) The Hammer Museum of art is just a block or two down on the other side of Wilshire Blvd. It is not far to Santa Monica, West L.A., etc. In the back of the restaurant seating area, there are free games - shuffleboard, darts, ski-ball and pool. (You don't have to buy anything at the restaurant to use them.) The restaurant is very informal; you go up to the cash register to order and they bring the food to you. All in all, I recommend it and will stay there again.
"Clean room, amazing products, good sleep, modern finishes, kind service"
Kimpton Hotel Palomar Beverly Hills This was my second visit to this hotel, and overall, I enjoyed it perhaps even more than my first. The Kimpton Hotel Palomar Beverly Hills on Wilshire is located in a residential neighborhood near the UCLA campus. The location makes for a nice morning jog or walk on the side streets near the hotel with their gorgeous lawns, succulents and many roses. A Peet's Coffee is not too far away if this is your thing. Sometimes it's mine when I am away from home for a week and I feel like something more "normal" than another generic coffee downstairs in a hotel. Upon arrival, door and front desk service acted as expected, and were maybe a bit more friendly than I had remembered. The room was clean - very clean - and the air didn't aggravate any of my allergies (for which I was most grateful, since I was staying here for nearly a week). The provided "Atelier Bloem" products were amazing. The shampoo, bath gel, and conditioner were all eco-friendly, provided in shower in full-sized bottles with pumps. The hand soap bar for the sink is also delightful. Small bottles of amazingly scented lotion are also provided, as are cotton balls, cotton swabs, and a shower cap. These products had amazing scents, with which I am in love (if this had been my last stop on a multi-city trip, and I didn't already have too much luggage with me, I may have purchased full bottles of this stuff to take home from the front desk for $45 each): - Shampoo: Ylang ylang, amber, chamomile, orange blossom, geranium, oolong tea - Conditioner: Basil, green apple, neroli, sandalwood, cardamom, geranium - Body wash: Eucalyptus, lemon, white flower, sandalwood, orchid, mandarin & citrus - Lotion: White fig, olive, sweet almond, tuberose, lemon, kadota fig My bed was large and comfortable. There is a plug large enough for two phones to charge on the bed side table. My room also had a comfortable desk, and a couch. Decor and throw pillows are modern and tasteful. The room has an attitude, in a good way. Not every detail of the room is ultra-luxurious (I.e. The ample-spaced granite countertops in the bathroom are reminiscent of a Marriott, and the tubs are not deep soaking), BUT the modern decor and details make up for what it lacks, giving the room more personality than you would find at a more generic chain. For example, the generic granite counter in the bathroom is juxtaposed with an interesting mirror, a hanging light fixture, and the wall paper (which is CLEAN, no stains) is in an easy, modern print. The hairdryer worked well. You can grab dinner or drinks at the bar downstairs (they even customized my avocado toast), but note that breakfast ends at 10:30am, so if you intend to sleep in, you will need to find breakfast elsewhere. American coffee In the morning is free and you must help yourself, but if you are in the mood for an actual breakfast or a fancy coffee of some sort, expect to wait: there is no longer table service - everyone queues up to order at a cashier, then is given a number, then must find a free seat somewhere at a table or the bar, and then must wait for them to bring you what was ordered. The process is cumbersome. And also, isn't efficient if you are the business traveler who wants a quick cappuccino and fruit cup - you must go through the same procedure and wait in line while every tourist takes pains debating what to order off of the menu. If you are here for leisure, this may be fine; however for the traveler that prizes efficiency, it's terribly inefficient. The restaurant, sadly, no longer serves lunch. Buyer beware: The large bottled water costs $9, and the small $5. It's excessive, and should be marked, but isn't. If you don't want to eat at the hotel, I tried and enjoyed nearby: - Brunch: The Hammer Museum Cafe, which is a few blocks away (I had a modified avocado toast with scrambled eggs and a mimosa and they were delicious for $25 with tip). It's open between 11am-5pm on the weekends. It's an indoor/outdoor cafÃ© with trees and ample seating. Or just come to grab a coffee! Check out the free admission museum while you are there! They have changing modern exhibitions and a small permanent collection that reads like a "who's who" of 19th Century artists (think Van Gogh, Mary Cassatt, Corot, Cezanne, etc.) plus two fabulous Rembrandts. Stop by the front desk when you enter to check in and give them your zip/postal code (that's all they ask for to see the splendid art!) - Dinner: I stumbled upon "fundamental" on Westwood for dinner: it's small, and there are not a lot of tables, but eating alone, I did appreciate the bar facing the open post-modern kitchen. I had great service from everyone, and enjoyed my (modified) salad, side of olives, and the cornbread. It's not fancy in decor, but it was good, as was the service. Hotel caveat: When I first arrived, I had called downstairs for another suitcase stand, which never arrived. On my second day, my little lotion bottle wasn't replaced; I left a note on the bathroom to replace it, and it was replaced the next day. One day I also left a note for extra towels, and they were there when I returned. In spite of the breakfast issue and the never-arriving luggage stand (I used the small glass coffee table instead), I enjoyed my stay here and think that maybe I have finally found "my" hotel while in LA. Would I stay again? Yes. It's not the Four Seasons in regards to service, but I was extremely comfortable here, and the staff were all very friendly and helpful in their own way. Overall: I could forgive little lapses in service because the overall experience was a good one: they modified my avocado toast, the room was very clean, the products were amazing, I slept very well, and the staff were kind.
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