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Stayed for a weekend with 2 old friends in a garden bungalow & it was perfect. Yes, you may see some broken tiles here & there & it is right at a weird corner of Sunset Blvd so road noise can intrude. Our 1 bedroom...More
It’s always been there. Small, absurdly expensive and a legacy to it. Never stayed there but been here for breakfast and dinner meetings. Their coffee shop is decent and have a limited variety of food. This is of course a Centre for Hollywood elite, probably...More
This was by far the worst hotel that I have ever stayed in. The front desk staff is rude, the service in the restaurant is horrible! I will say the blond hostess was lovely. We had a 2 bedroom suite. It was awful. The paint...More
Once in a lifetime you have to experience the quaintness at this unique hotel that throws you back in to the 1920. Staff was being very friendly and helpful. Decoration was a reminiscence of the 1920 and imparted a certain kind of cozyness. We enjoyed...More
Friendly, charming and unpretentious despite it's glamorous reputation. The room was not a modern hotel room but steeped in history. If you want a modern hotel, stay in a modern hotel, but if you want to feel like you're staying in the same style as...More
Response from jacqueline285 | Reviewed this property |
It wasn’t being renovated when I was there last month, but may well be, perhaps give them a call
The lobby is behind bar / lounge so if celebs are not in bar you can watch lobby from a comfy chair with drink in hand! Enjoy !
Response from HighwayPilot | Reviewed this property |
Stop in and certainly have a drink or better yet, breakfast or lunch. Have dinner around 7Pm and linger in the lobby lounge. Be mindful of the code of the Chateau, there is no photography permitted in the restaurant or... More
Stop in and certainly have a drink or better yet, breakfast or lunch. Have dinner around 7Pm and linger in the lobby lounge. Be mindful of the code of the Chateau, there is no photography permitted in the restaurant or lounge or lobby area. Doing so will give you stern looks and possibly a request to leave, plus it will identify you as "not belonging" or as an outsider to the culture. Once you are within the confines of Chateau Marmont, you DO belong because you ARE there. Act like it and blend. Be cool, no gawking or gushing. And for goodness sakes, do NOT approach anyone you might think is a star, celebrity or VIP. Remember yourself. Soak in the ambiance and the history and savor it.