Pendry West Hollywood

The Sunset Strip’s newest rock star hot spot

If Billie Eilish and Audrey Hepburn were planning a girlfriends' getaway in L.A., Pendry West Hollywood would be where they would stay. It strikes a difficult-to-achieve balance of rock-star cool and sophisticated elegance.

And as part of the Montage hotel brand, the 11-story Sunset Strip hotel delivers its parent company’s white-glove service via a more hip, casual vibe. With interiors by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, the hotel channels vintage Hollywood glamour while mixing in splashes of modernity with contemporary art throughout — including Anthony James’ show-stopping 20-sided glass-and-steel orb in the lobby. Inspired by the city's ocean and sparkling sunsets, Pendry West Hollywood’s 149 rooms are appointed in art deco furnishings with sapphire and gold accents.

Legendary chef Wolfgang Puck and his son chef Byron Lazaroff-Puck helm the hotel’s dining and bar options, which are endlessly exciting. From the ground-floor French-bakery-meets-Italian-trattoria, Ospero; to the rooftop Japanese-California fine-dining restaurant, Merois; to numerous craft cocktail bars, Pendry West Hollywood elevates the Strip’s culinary scene to a whole new stratosphere.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Located on the Sunset Strip, the L.A. hotel is in the heart of the action. Iconic landmarks like Whiskey a Go Go, The Comedy Store and Rainbow Bar are all within walking distance or a very short taxi ride.
  • All rooms are outfitted with floor-to-ceiling windows affording stunning cityscape views. Rooms are categorized by both the size and expansiveness of the vistas.
  • Curated by Lendrum Fine Art, more than 65 pieces of contemporary art, from both local and international artists, adorn the public spaces (don’t miss Cao Perrot’s Sunset Jewel by the valet stand) throughout Pendry West Hollywood. Ask the front desk for the glossy guide to learn more about each piece.
  • In addition to standard high-end hotel amenities like a spa and state-of-the-art gym, Pendry West Hollywood has so many other perks, such as a screening room, music venue, private cocktail lounge and bakery — they redefine staycation, as in, you never have to leave.
  • Decked out in old Hollywood glam decor, chef Wolfgang Puck’s rooftop restaurant Merois is the place to see and be seen. Plus, the Peking duck and whole branzino in puff pastry will leave your taste buds stunned with delight.

Things to Know

  • For the best views, book a room on the sixth floor or above.
  • As an ode to being the former site of L.A.’s House of Blues, the luxury hotel has a sophisticated, ground-level supper club with state-of-the-art acoustics. It hosts regular live music events.
  • There’s a private club for members that includes a two-lane bowling alley. Ask the concierge for availability for a game.
  • An off-menu, secret cocktail is for those in the know to request at Merios’ rooftop bar. This changes seasonally, but if you like last season’s tipple, the bartenders can still make it for you.

24-hour room service
House car
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Pet friendly
Getting There
8430 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, California 90069
NeighborhoodWest Hollywood
LAX (20-40 min)   BUR (18-35 min)   LGB (35-55 min)  
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