Editorial Review

Location. The Renowned Roosevelt Hotel In Hollywood, Calif., Lies Along The Hollywood Walk Of Fame, And Is Across The Street From Mann's Grauman's Chinese Theatre And The Hollywood Entertainment Museum. Griffith Park And Universal Studios Hollywood Are Within A Two- Mile Radius, And Dodger Stadium Is Five Miles From The Hotel. Prestigious Beverly Hills Is Located Six Miles Away And Santa Monica Beaches Are 15 Miles Distant.
Hotel Features. The Ornate Spanish Colonial Lobby Houses A Corner Bar Next To A European- Style Restaurant. Dining And Refreshment Highlights Include Dakota's That Serves California And Continental Cuisine, 25 Degrees, A Burger And Wine Venue, And The Tropicana That Offers Poolside Service. The Outdoor, Heated Pool Features An Underwater Mural By David Hockney. Guests May Take Advantage Of Wireless Internet Access And Business Services. On-site Laundry Facilities And A Fitness Room Add To This Property's Value.

Guestrooms. A 12-Story Tower And Two- Story Poolside Cabana House The Hotel's 300 Guestrooms That Feature Beds With Down Comforters, Minibars, Bathrobes, Cd Players And Video-game Consoles. Minimalist Décor Provides Clean, Uncluttered Appeal, And Windows Open To Invite Off-shore Breezes.

Expert Tip. The Roosevelt Hotel Hosted The First Academy Awards In 1929 And Select Guestrooms Feature Contemporary Celebrities' Handprints Preserved In Cement.

 

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