From the time they first opened their doors in 1929, the Chateau Marmont has been known as one of the most romantic hotels in Los Angeles. An ideal spot for a wedding celebration for dozens or a romantic dinner for two, the hotel has sixty-three elegantly furnished rooms, bungalows, and cottages.
Such stars as Clark Gable and Carole Lombard had private rendezvous there. Errol Flynn was a frequent guest, as was Paul Newman. Marilyn Monroe loved to check in for the luxurious rest and relaxation the hotel is known for as well as for her romantic interludes with the rich and famous men she dated. More recently, such stars as Johnny Depp, Winona Ryder, Ellen DeGeneres and Leonardo DiCaprio have been found at the romantic Bar Marmont, one of the hottest spots frequented by famous Hollywood stars. Anyone who is anyone is familiar with the glamorous reputation of this romantic hotel atop Los Angeles. The simplicity of billowing white curtains offers both elegance and privacy.
There is no hotel in Los Angeles with more romantic history or lush surroundings. Assuring guests of a romantic getaway, Château Marmont is a perfect honeymoon destination. With all of Los Angeles twinkling below, these rooms and cottages offer everything one could wish for in the area of comfort and beauty. For example, the heated outdoor pool surrounded by lush gardens is only steps away from most rooms.
Other amenities include 42” flat screen televisions, DVD players and DVD library, professional audiovisual equipment, complimentary copies of the New York Times and Los Angeles Times delivered daily, exquisite European linens with a 620-thread count, maid service twice daily, babysitting services, 24-hour room service, plus much more.
Prices at the Chateau range from $170 to $1,200 for the penthouse (with a panoramic view of the city). Perhaps best of all, is the romantic Sunday brunch serving everything from Mimosa cocktails to lobster Americaine. And while you are there, you may run into well-known movie stars who often come for the brunch. Although, since most of the rooms have full kitchens, some guests prefer dawdling over toast or gourmet muffins and coffee while they read the morning papers in solitude and privacy.