WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA—Situated on the corner of La Cienega Blvd. and Sunset Blvd., The Jeremy West Hollywood has opened here. The 286-room hotel has 50 suites, including two penthouse suites, a pool, fitness center complete with Peloton bikes, two large conference rooms totaling approximately 10,000 sq. ft., as well as a cafe and lobby bar.
The hotel presents a distinctive metal cladding on its exterior with its prominent hilltop location allowing for views, ranging from Santa Monica to downtown L.A. A seven-story Dream Catcher installation connects the two towers of the hotel, which is lit by innovative LED lighting design by Hollywood lighting designer Walter Barry. Refined touches such as hand-finished walls, custom-designed lighting and walnut paneling warm the hotel’s simple, modern style, according to the company.
F&B is a personalized experience encompassing text-based guest services and lunchbox room service. Its all-day casual eatery, Etcho Cafe, is a casual gathering place serving Cali-style cuisine sourced from the area’s local producers. The hotel’s bar, Joao, is inspired by the location and has elements of Old Hollywood, with libations that are reimagined with a touch of glamour.
In addition, there will also be localized partnerships and pop-ups that speak to the surrounding area. The inaugural pop-up at the hotel is the celebrity Gibson Guitar lobby installation created in collaboration with local charity VH1 Save the Music. The temporary installation will have custom-designed Gibson Guitars created in collaboration with visual artists and musicians such as Miley Cyrus, Patti Smith, Slash, The Roots and Wyclef Jean.