A Boutique Los Angeles Stay: The Carlyle Inn

Fresh off of a coastal California road trip I was ready to settle down for a couple of days when I finally made it to Los Angeles. Just a short ten minutes from the iconic Beverly Hills, The Carlyle Inn offers guests the perfect combination of style, comfort and quirk. With only 32 rooms you are sure to feel right at home.

The Carlyle Inn

The Room

The terms Art Deco  and undeniable style come to mind when thinking back to this room. Metal, mirrors, and stripes are all accents you can expect to find immediately after opening the door. You’ll have all of the basic amenities and, perhaps, the most comfortable bed I’ve ever slept in. Complete with six pillows, just the way I like it.

The Carlyle Inn

Quirky little touches can be found throughout the room as an ode to the art deco inspiration. Think retro telephone, striped carpet and jewel tones.

Right off of my room was the adorable courtyard complete with cabanas and daybeds, umbrellas, and a jacuzzi. I could have sat here for hours!

The Carlyle Inn

An added bonus is the complimentary breakfast and daily happy hour!

The Carlyle Inn

The Location

Like I said, The Carlyle Inn is a quick ten minutes from Beverly Hills. Making this the perfect spot to base yourself to explore West Los Angeles. Before a day of exploring head to Starbucks right up the street and if you’re like me you like to stock up on some healthy snacks, head to Whole Foods about 2 miles away. There is an in room fridge so don’t be shy!

Other nearby sites include an abundance of murals, LACMA, Rodeo Drive and those famous movie studios!

The Carlyle Inn

This post is written in partnership with Pacifica Hotels and The Carlyle Inn, as always, my opinions are my own.

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