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|"Friendly staff and good service"||(in 95 reviews)|
|"Modern style rooms with great decor!"||(in 23 reviews)|
|"Clean, modern, great food and drinks"||(in 40 reviews)|
|"Can get noisy at night."||(in 18 reviews)|
|"Room 628 was horrible."||(in 83 reviews)|
|"Room 628 was horrible."||(in 56 reviews)|
|noisy room||in 264 reviews|
|upgraded my room||in 211 reviews|
|desk staff||in 197 reviews|
|room view||in 168 reviews|
|hotel with good||in 158 reviews|
|hollywood hills||in 87 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 80 reviews|
|parking was very expensive||in 75 reviews|
|great food||in 68 reviews|
|coffee shop||in 65 reviews|
|noisy at night||in 59 reviews|
|great area||in 48 reviews|
|modern design||in 46 reviews|
|koreatown||in 35 reviews|
|cool vibe||in 27 reviews|
|ceiling windows||in 17 reviews|
|commissary||in 14 reviews|
|noisy from the street||in 14 reviews|
|sound insulation||in 11 reviews|
Valet is 41. Very small room small bathroom. Extremely noisy all day all night that you can’t fall asleep.
Room was cozy, comfortable bed, convenient location to downtown, restaurants and Metro station are within walking distance.
Traffic noise from busy Wilshire Boulevard.
Service at Openaire was extremely slow. Food was great but bec its was so slow so not plan to return. Need to pick it up!
I like the proximity to the subway and the modern design of furnishings and finishes.
I was disappointed by the view from the eighth floor east end, which overlooked the rooftop of the apartment building next door--and almost into the windows of the apartments. Also, the desk chair was too low because of broken springs, causing the cushion to sag.
Love love loved the line
Everything about the line was excellent!!
I really thought the staff was really nice and very helpful even with young kids it was a fun place to stay
The Commisary staff, environment, and food were amazing. The room itself was well designed and had amazing views. Valet was quick and attentive.
The elevators were slow and crowded. The brass handles in the shower were molded and rusty. The mattress was one of the worst I've slept on. The rooms were missing essentials like a coffee machine and toothpaste. I would have rather had both than the optional t-shirts for purchase.
Location, Quality, Trendy, Awesome
Lived in K-town for 4 years and left 10 years ago. Even though area has changed a bit, love the area. Lots of GREAT restaurants, bars, nightlife. The hotel is trendy, urban and a great overall feel.
I wish they had specials more often.
- awesome staff! - awesome location - bar (Line bar & Break Room 86) - both popping places to check out; especially taking advantage of the location since its right under our rooms!
staff was nice bed was comfy
didnt sleep all night because of the air filter in the room hadnt been cleaned since the hotel was open and got a bloody nose at 4am because the air was so stale, fan didnt work, etc. now am so sick because of it
Unique features with hip atmosphere. Very clean and location was great.
I had to change the room because it was next to the gym. My bed kept vibrating every time someone was using the gym. Also, the floor near the door way was wet throughout my stay. I don't why though.
Nestled between downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood, The Line Hotel offers a variety of room types and amenities that will appeal to a large number of tourists and travelers. It draws much of its inspiration from the surrounding culture of Los Angeles, and it offers a first-rate experience as well as the ability to host special events, corporate functions, and family celebrations.
The Line Hotel is easily accessed from the airport via complimentary shuttles, taxis, or personal vehicles. The property complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and as such, public spaces have plenty of accessible entryways, elevators, and more. The hotel is also welcoming to service animals for both public spaces and guestrooms, and wheelchairs are also available to rent at cost. There are also plenty of posted signs in braille and large print for the visually impaired.
The rooms at this establishment have much to offer. There are standard rooms with king beds that feature floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the surrounding neighborhood, and they also offer free Wi-Fi access, large desks, flat-screen TVs, and original artwork from local artists. Those who are looking for a larger space can take advantage of the apartment suites that not only offer all of the amenities of a smaller room but also have separate bathrooms with freestanding tubs, a separate guest bathroom, espresso machines, and more.
The Line Hotel is also proud to offer plenty of options when it comes to food and drink. It delivers an authentic Los Angeles experience that has been inspired by Korean Tim. Guests can dine on various options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night service. There also local eateries as well as cocktails available at the lobby bar. Karaoke and dance is offered in the Renowned Breakroom 86.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Guests at The Line Hotel can take part in numerous activities, both scheduled and one-off. Options include Sunday tai chi sessions (hotel guests receive automatic late checkout at 1:00 pm if taking part in the class), and a daily cocktail happy hour at the poolside bar. Guests can also book spaces on numerous workshops offered by Poketo, the design shop located inside the hotel, which include the likes of weaving, natural dyeing, jewelry making, modern embroidery and life organization skills.
One of the most popular activities among active guests at The Line Hotel is the Koreantown Run Club. Held every Saturday at 10:30 am, the club involves a 3 mi run through one of Los Angeles’ most exciting neighborhoods. Starting and finishing at the hotel lobby, guests can take part free of charge.
Guests can access many unique events when staying at The Line Hotel. Music fans will love the live concerts and DJ nights regularly hosted by Full Service Radio, a radio and podcast service that broadcasts live from a studio inside the hotel. An additional pop-up concert series, The Brat Pack, is held on selected dates in the Break Room 86 venue and will transport you back to the pop culture of the 80s. Other one-off events held at the hotel include special brunches, vinyl markets, book signings and much more.
No, breakfast is not included in the room rate at this hotel. Guests can enjoy breakfast at Openaire, which also offers an extended brunch menu until 2:30 pm on Saturday and Sunday. If you’re on the go a little bit earlier, the lobby coffee shop, Alfred, is open from 6:00 am for hot drinks and takeout food.
Offering space for the whole family, the hotel’s "Double Double" rooms feature two double beds and views of the surrounding neighborhood. Two adults and two kids can also occupy the "View Doubles", which allow you to choose a view of the Hollywood Hills from a lower or upper floor.
While the hotel doesn’t organize any regularly scheduled tours, the guest services desk will be more than happy to help you book a tour with an external operator or arrange a tailored itinerary allowing you to explore LA. Popular options include a tour of Hollywood that involves hotel pick-up.
If you’re staying at The Line Hotel to celebrate a special occasion, the events planning team will be more than happy to help you organize a unique party to mark the event. Several party-suitable spaces are available, from the outdoor Bonnie Brae Terrace that’s perfect for an intimate brunch or dinner party, to the delightful green surroundings of the Gramercy Garden, a space with moveable walls that allows you to have your event indoors or outside. Finally, the Pool Deck is another stunning venue for those who want to have a larger gathering.
The Line Hotel is located at 3515 Wilshire Boulevard in Koreatown, 1 miles from the center of Los Angeles. STAPLES Center is the closest landmark to The Line Hotel.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at The Line Hotel.
Yes, The Line Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Line Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, The Line Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Line Hotel is 9.2 miles from Santa Monica. The Line Hotel is 9.8 miles from Hawthorne.
Yes, The Line Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, The Line Hotel has a pool onsite.