This storied hideaway still hosts all sorts of celebrities seeking refuge in its lush grounds. Its bright and airy villas are more like luxurious apartments than hotel rooms—just with a far more sumptuous shower. Grab a bite to eat on the patio at Cavatina, scope out rock ‘n’ roll-inspired fine art at the Morrison Hotel Gallery or grab a drink with a friend at Bar 1200.
Cavatina, tucked into West Hollywood’s Sunset Marquis hotel, is one of the most impressive patios in terms of fine dining in the heart of the city. It’s long been an oasis of lush greenery amid the bustle of the Strip. Historically, the location has seen it’s more than its share of rock ‘n’ roll legends passing through L.A. — or staying for a time. Bruce Springsteen and Elton John are reportedly regulars.
Some of the featured guest amenities include Nightbird Recording Studios, home to many Grammy winning artists, and Morrison Hotel Gallery, featuring a collection of some of the most renowned celebrity photography, of which more than $1 million worth lines the walls and corridors of Sunset Marquis. In 2008, the hotel expanded to include a world-class restaurant now called Cavatina, two heated outdoor pools, the iconic BAR 1200, and a full-service spa that’s open to local and out of town guests
The Sunset Marquis Hotel presents its summer acoustic music showcase Live @Sunset Marquis. These monthly performances are held on the Villa Pool Deck with a maximum of attendance of 200, keeping the vibe relatively intimate. Discover emerging and established artists including Ruby Velle, Queen V and The Brevet. For more information, visit the official website. Sunset Marquis Hotel, 1200 N. Alta Loma Rd., West Hollywood, CA 90069, 310-657-1333, 800-858-9758.
Kick off a weekend at Joshua Tree with a stay at the Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood and channel your inner rock god. Located just steps from the Sunset Strip near famed venues Whiskey A Go Go and the Viper Room, this is the place to see and be seen.
Cavatina is one of those restaurants that you do not merely dine at…you experience – Palisadian-Post
There is much to behold on the walk prefacing the dining establishment. This is, after all, the Sunset Marquis, temporary home to many a rock and rap star over the decades.
The environment surrounding this restaurant is just breathtaking. It was overhauled in April 2014 to look fresh, contemporary and (overused, I know) hip.READ MORE
For over fifty years, the Sunset Marquis Hotel has served as a home-away-from-home for musicians including Led Zeppelin, Blondie, KISS, Black Sabbath, The Killers, Slash, Chris Cornell, Green Day, Aerosmith, Kings of Leon and many more. The music industry has played a significant role in securing this serene garden oasis its iconic status. To pay homage to those roots, Sunset Marquis continues its tradition of the summer acoustic music showcase Live @ Sunset Marquis.READ MORE
The phrase “If these walls could talk” might as well have been invented for this 53-year-old fabled hotel, which was once synonymous with the Sunset Strip’s rock scene, housing everyone from Aerosmith to the Guns N’ Roses to the Foo Fighters over the years. The three-acre hideaway underwent a renovation a couple years back and offers swanky suites and villas to that were made for holing up for a bit.READ MORE
This storied hideaway still hosts all sorts of celebrities seeking refuge in its lush grounds. Its bright and airy villas are more like luxurious apartments than hotel rooms—just with a far more sumptuous shower. Grab a bite to eat on the patio at Cavatina or scope out rock and roll-inspired fine art at the Morrison Hotel Gallery or grab a drink with a friend at Bar 1200.READ MORE
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