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Frieze Los Angeles

Paramount Pictures Studios

February 15 – 17, 2019

Hotels

Hotel Figueroa

939 S. Figueroa Street
90015 Los Angeles
Founded and funded in 1926 by women, Hotel Figueroa remains a downtown Los Angeles treasure.

The Standard Downtown LA

550 South Flower Street
90071 Los Angeles
Classic Mid-Century California, The Standard, Downtown LA revolutionizes the concept of the business hotel and helped revitalize downtown LA.

The Standard Hollywood

8300 Sunset Blvd.
90069 West Hollywood
A true original, The Standard, Hollywood is where it all began. Located on the famed Sunset Strip, the hotel remains on the forefront of Los Angeles’s creative scene.

The Jeremy West Hollywood

8490 West Sunset Boulevard
90069 West Hollywood
Meet the newest kid on the Sunset Strip, featuring killer panoramic views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Hills

La Peer Hotel

627 N. La Peer Drive
90069 West Hollywood
Kimpton La Peer Hotel thrives in the heart of West Hollywood’s walkable Design District

Freehand Los Angeles

416 W. 8th St
90014 Los Angeles
Historically unique, distinctively local in the heart of Downton LA, with a community driven atmosphere

The LINE

3515 Wilshire Blvd
90010 Los Angeles
At the heart of Koreatown the LINE LA, a second home for neighbors and travelers seeking a rich, layered experience unlike any other in Los Angeles

The NoMad

649 S Olive St
90014 Los Angeles
Located in Downtown L.A., NoMad Los Angeles continues the spirit of the original NoMad New York

Sunset Tower Hotel

8358 Sunset Blvd
90069 Los Angeles
The Sunset Tower is a Hollywood landmark. Up to the 1950s it was as much a tourist attraction as the Hollywood sign itself.

No. 850

850 N San Vicente Blvd
90069 West Hollywood
An under the radar pied a terre for the curious and discerning. And a hotel unlike any other in Los Angeles.

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