Two boutique hotels here will debut major renovations this spring: Montrose West Hollywood and The Chamberlain West Hollywood.
Both hotels will unveil new designs within their suites, lobbies and meeting spaces; refreshed exteriors and rooftop pool decks; and new dining concepts. Perkins + Will has been tapped for the redesign of both properties, which are both part of OLS Hotels & Resorts’ portfolio.
Montrose West Hollywood, formerly known as Le Montrose Suite Hotel, will unveil its renovation toward the end of April or early May.
According to the company, it will feature a new “upscale urban” vibe, inspiring artists and entertainers who are seeking a place that feels like home in West Hollywood. The property’s new interiors throughout the 132 suites and public spaces will celebrate Hollywood’s past and present music industry while incorporating eclectic furniture, lighting and art pieces.
Additional elements of the redesign will include new coworking and lounge spaces; a new grab-and-go café; and an updated restaurant with a contemporary menu from Michelin-rated Chef Bryan Achay for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The hotel’s grab-and-go café will offer “Urban Apron” kits, influenced by the popular recipe delivery services, for guests to prepare meals in their suites’ kitchenettes.
Located steps away from the famed Sunset Blvd., The Chamberlain West Hollywood will debut its new redesign and restaurant concept in March 2018. Re-imagined as a stylish retreat for A-list insiders, the hotel’s new design will feature sophisticated interiors that are reflective of old Hollywood glamour while appealing to the up-and-coming starlet, according to the company.
The new lobby and 114 suites will offer monochromatic tones, carefully curated art pieces, and luxe velvet and leather furniture.
At the helm of Executive Chef Henry Tapia, The Chamberlain’s new restaurant and bar will serve New American cuisine in a contemporary atmosphere that aims to evoke the feeling of an intimate Hollywood hideout. A garden patio with a fire pit and trellis rounds out the new design.
Source: HOTEL BUSINESS