Los Angeles, CAPosted byVogue Magazine
When a California hotel bears the name of its neighborhood, it’s also expected to embody its ethos. The Beverly Hills Hotel, with its banana leaf wallpaper, red carpet entrance, and 43-dollar McCarthy salad, conveys its ultra-wealthy, Hollywood heavy, hillside enclave. Meanwhile, the Sunset Tower exudes the same bright-lights, heart-pulsing aura as Sunset Boulevard below. So when Venice V—a new boutique property perched right upon Venice Beach—adopted the moniker of its area, it gave itself some high stakes.