Line Hotel

Line Hotel

Boutique hotel in Koreatown
  • Boutique hotel
  • LGBTQ-friendly

The ultra-hip Line Hotel has American and Korean snacks in the mini-bars, red-bean buns and butter-mochi cakes in the cafe and a lobby bar crafting cocktails from curry and kimchi. The 383 rooms on 12 floors feature floor-to-ceiling windows and beds positioned to take in the views of the Hollywood Hills. Roy Choi, the food truck king who introduced the world to Korean-Mexican tacos, directs food and beverage. The hotel has two bars, three restaurants (including Choi's Pot), foosball and ping pong in the poolside bar and a shop by the art and design collective Poketo. The restored mid-century building is the old Wilshire Plaza Hotel, gutted and repurposed.

Amenities
Minibar
Luggage storage
Laundry
Dry-cleaning
Daily newspaper
Complimentary beverages
Bike rentals
Air-Conditioning
24-hour reception
Wi-Fi
Valet parking
Satellite/Cable TV
Safe
Room service
Pet-friendly
Facilities
Terrace
Swimming pool
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Fitness center
Facilities for disabled guests
Elevator
Business center
Bar

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The Line - Los Angeles, Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States

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