Whilst November forces us to switch out our bikinis for biker jackets, we look towards the sunny scenes of Los Angeles for some respite — something offered in abundance by Tommie Hollywood, the most modest form of luxury within hospitality.
With an ethos that guests should receive everything they need and nothing they do not, the quintessentially Californian hotel approaches its style with a no-fuss attitude — foregoing the necessity of needless add-ons in place of a true focus on comfort and splendour. A juxtaposition in its own right, the minimalist nature of Tommie Hollywood by no means implies a minimum standard. Maintaining a relaxed vibe while continuing to provide stellar service, the hotel offers entertainment through its area attractions, tranquillity with its rooms, opulence at the rooftop pool and satisfaction with its dining experiences.
Incorporating local artwork, floating desks, floor-to-ceiling windows and sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills, guests can enjoy feeling at the heart of Hollywood even at their beds, or head out towards Venice Beach to soak up its sun rays. And, if all the action makes you peckish, guests are invited to the table of the hotel’s in-house restaurant, Ka’teen, which plays host to the very best of the culinary tapestry of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
Though minimalist, Tommie Hollywood does not shy from exquisite detailing — whether that be infusing the soul of palm springs within its rooftop pool or catapulting us back to the 1970s at the rooftop bar, complete with an in-house country and rock’n’roll band, ice-cold beer and shareable bites.
Whether it be business or pleasure, wedding or a weekend away, Tommie Hollywood is set and stocked to whisk you away from your early on-set Winter woes. Head to www.hyatt.com now...