Beautiful property, accommodating staff. Hotel was top notch in service. Lobby bar and pool area were comfortable, clean and really pretty. Food and beverage service at the pool was the best ever, as was the caesar salad with kale and salmon. Bellmen were so helpful organinzing house car for short distance travel. Rooms were so luxurious, top notch bath products, robes and slippers. Would have bought the pillow off the bed had it fit in my suitcase....
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Great experience overall, except for one minor detail that I cannot overlook. I travel very often for work and always opt for the nicer 4 star hotels for convenient accommodation and cleanliness. Unfortunately, the bathroom and shower floor were not clean and still were not cleaned during my 3 day stay. I know this because the water and soap marks were there when I arrived , making the floor a bit sticky. Hair had not been removed from the shower either.
Stayed here for the first time and found it quite lovely. I live in O.C., but come up to Hollywood for concerts, seeing friends. I always like to stay overnight to avoid any situation where drinking and driving might occur. I usually stay at a well known, nicely appointed hotel right off the Sunset strip. This time, that hotel was booked up, so I stayed at the Sunset Marquis. The Sunset Marquis offers a great location, but feels more quaint and intimate---in part because it's tucked in a more residential area just off of Sunset. The staff were very welcoming, accommodating, and professional. The suite we stayed in overlooked the pool area. It had a decent size balcony, a large separate seating area, fully stocked mini bar, as well as a small but decently sized refrigerator. Felt private, quiet at night and very comfortable. Not to mention, the hotel has a wonderful Hollywood history. Will definitely return to stay at the Sunset Marquis for my future trips up to HWood.
Really liked the style and setting of the hotel; kind of hipster place. Great spot in LA right across from Farmers Market and museum and tar pits. Outdoor "lobby" or patio is great. Food great. Loved the whiskey tasting hour. Pool is small but cute space and you're in LA so not sure could expect better. Bit of a drive to beach but not bad.
Rooms are cute but little small for 4 of us. Bathroom is very small. A few things a little worn but not concerning to me since room was clean.
Great rate. I would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from CT
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