Most travelers can relate miserable stories of having had to put up with cramped hotel quarters and dingy environs at one time or another, whether because of schedules or proximity needs. Happily, when your travels find you in Los Angeles, whether business or just traveling through to get some extra sunshine or sea air, there is the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel that literally becomes your home away from home.  It may very well offer greater indulgences than you ever get at home.

You have to try it to believe it.  Those of you, who know the hotel from past stays, will be surprised at the added enhancements since your last visit. The fitness suite is even better than you might remember.  It is now equipped with free weights, a multi press gym, treadmills, an elliptical machine, and recumbent bikes, that will surely appeal to any sports enthusiast.  The operating hours, 6:30 a.m. – 10:30 p.m., are perfect for those that like to workout early in the morning or can’t get there until late at night.

The boutique gift shop on the ground level of the property now offers high-end sundry items – a comforting thought for travelers missing those very needed items. Soon, the store will also stock Luxe-branded apparel and accessories including polo shirts, hats, mugs, and beach towels.

The rooms at the hotel located where Bel Air meets Brentwood are 45% larger than the national average size, making for a more comfortable stay.  The outdoor heated pool with its spacious deck and cabanas, all nestled in a hillside in the shadows of famed Getty Center, provides in and of itself, a quiet respite in the second largest city in the USA. The deck, often used for special celebratory occasions, is just steps away from the newly opened LE Hotels Sanctuary Spa.

Locals love the property and often frequent its upscale bar and restaurant. Indeed, the hotel is as much a part of the local community as it is a luxury destination for worldwide travelers, whether in Los Angeles for business or pleasure.

But you really have to check it out for yourself, the next time your travels take you to LA.