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We were at Petit Ermitage for a weekend in March and fell in love with the hotel. I always look to stay places with character and interesting people and this checked off all the boxes. Everything was perfect - the staff were polite, professional, helpful...More
I've been staying at the Petit Ermitage on my annual January trip to LA for many years now, and this year didn't disappoint.
I'm such a huge fan of the hotel. I love the bohemian chic decor and vibe, and the friendly staff. The rooms...More
Just recently I hosted a lunch event with a winemaker from the island of Madeira and couldn't have been more pleased with the wonderful food and service Sonia at the hotel provided for us. The Cossart Gordon Winery has some of the most amazing fresh...More
This place is truly an oasis in Los Angeles! Reminds me of a little hotel in the south of France. We had such an amazing experience. spent the afternoon lounging by the pool and we couldn't have asked for a more perfect day! The service...More
This hotel is an oasis in the midst of a big city. If you want to be close to the city, but feel like you are far, far away. You will love Petit Ermitage. Even if you are from Los Angeles, and don't have then...More
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For years, West Hollywood has been known as a hub for the LGBT communities in Los Angeles. Today it still maintains the title, but has also become the “it” neighborhood for the entertainment industry’s up-and-comers. Producers, directors, writers and aspiring actors call this area home. Known for great boutique shopping, vintage clothing stores, home décor shops and fitness studios, West Hollywood is a grid of
wide boulevards and narrow residential streets. The neighborhood also has a concentration of the most avant-garde restaurants in Los Angeles (rivaled only by the burgeoning restaurant scene Downtown). A trip to the iconic Sunset Strip, with its many clubs, music venues, hotels and flashing lights won’t be forgotten.
I didn’t find it to be a party hotel. I heard no noise while in our room. The rooftop can get a little packed at night however we actually enjoyed that. My wife and I had a blast staying at this hotel... it had a “hidden... More
I didn’t find it to be a party hotel. I heard no noise while in our room. The rooftop can get a little packed at night however we actually enjoyed that. My wife and I had a blast staying at this hotel... it had a “hidden gem” type feel (even though I know it is well known). Can’t wait to return!