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Room Request! Palihouse West Hollywood

Inside the most requested suite at this boutique L.A. retreat

Even the most elaborate hotel suites can pale in comparison to the ultimate comforts of home. But that’s exactly why in-the-know guests book rooms at Palihouse West Hollywood when they’re in Los Angeles. The hotel has an artsy, urban vibe with luxurious amenities and design elements that elevate it beyond other boutique hotels.

Grab a bite to eat at the courtyard restaurant or sip expertly mixed drinks at the rooftop lounge before retreating to your apartment-style room or suite. All are designed and decorated to make guests feel right at home. Below, Palihouse’s founder Avi Brosh shares more about what you’ll find inside the suites, including washer/dryers, ping-pong tables and even multiple terraces. 

The most requested room:

The Palihouse brand consists of primarily suites, so the majority of our rooms are like pied-à-terres. In West Hollywood, our Classic Suites start at 600 square feet and our Penthouse is 2,000 square feet. I would say the most requested in West Hollywood would be The Corner King.  

What makes it so special: 

The Corner King Suites have a unique positioning on the corner of the hotel with oversized living room windows. The floor plan is spacious, with over 900 square feet, and features a separate living-dining area, kitchenette, washer dryer, bedroom area with king size bed, city views, large operable windows—and they can also connect to a Classic Suite, which is a bonus if traveling with friends or family.  

The Corner King Suite at the Palihouse West Hollywood hotel

The Corner King Suite at the Palihouse West Hollywood hotel

The rate: 

Corner Suites start at $300 plus tax 

Your personal favorite: 

Room 315. 


This loft-style residence lays out over two levels and features a living-dining area with fully equipped kitchen, two bathrooms (one of which is built for two people), washer/dryer, two private terraces (the upstairs terrace has a ping-pong table), an office on the first floor, discreet “Residences Only” entry from the private parking lot. Basically you want to move in! 

The kitchen in a room at the Palihouse West Hollywood hotel

The kitchen in a room at the Palihouse West Hollywood hotel

Fun fact: 

I designed, developed and built Palihouse West Hollywood from the ground-up.  It was formerly a Nike Town. It was my first hotel.