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  • L.A.'s nightlife hotels - 1 of 13

    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    A new generation of youth-oriented accommodations eschews the traditional attractions that draw visitors to the City of Angels and replaces them with the call of the city's pulse and vibe.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    The Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles was developed in what was once the West Coast headquarters of United Artists.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    The property still features U.A.'s original, 1,600-seat theater, which will be used for theater and music performances.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    One of the hotel's 182 guestrooms.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    Guests can "check out" vinyl albums at the hotel's front desk.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    A guestroom at the Sportsmen's Lodge in Studio City.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    The property is upgrading its pool area to create what the hotel calls a Palm Springs-type vibe.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    The Palihotel Melrose was originally built as a senior housing facility in 1967 and now features a Thai massage spa and Hart and the Hunter eatery on site.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    One of the 32 rooms at the West Hollywood property.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    The 39-room Moment was reimagined in what had been a 1954-built motel that previously served as an Econo Lodge.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    The rooftop bar at the Moment.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    Finally, there's the Line, which likely earns the status of being the only hotel in car-centric Los Angeles to be named in honor of public transportation.

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    L.A.'s nightlife hotels

    Rooms at the Line, formerly the Wilshire, embrace the building's midcentury aesthetic.

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