Line Hotel | A Great Base For Your Los Angeles Trip
Now that I don’t live in Los Angeles any longer, it was fun to meet my girlfriend from Portland in LA for a quick getaway. We chose the Line Hotel in Koreatown to be our home base for our two-night stay. It can always be a huge gamble in Los Angeles with traffic but the hotel’s location was central to all the places we planned to visit while we were in town.
My friend and I shared a double suite on the fourth floor. There were two double beds and just enough room but I don’t think the room is big enough where you would want to spend a ton of time in the room and lounge. There was a little “living room” area (see below) where you can chill but not sure I could sit comfortably or lounge here for long. The bathroom was pretty small. There was just enough counter space for our two toiletry bags but not enough for our lady things to be sprawled out. The bathroom amenities were by Baxter of California which was cool.
A double room configuration
Snapping from our lounge/living area
There are several common areas in the Line Hotel. On the ground level, there is a large lobby area with tables by Pot Cafe and Pot Bar. In the day time, I saw people working here on laptops and their smartphones. Upstairs on the fourth floor, there is a small fitness room, a ping pong table, and a swimming pool. Check the hotel’s social media for announcements because there are always events or parties happening at the hotel. The Stones Throw Crew have been throwing a pool party every Saturday afternoon and previously, DJ Ali Shaheed Mohammed was djing on Thursday nights in the lobby.
Herbs are grown on the property which is used by the restaurants
Love these loungers by the pool
The swimming pool
For more restaurants that I love in Los Angeles, check out my LA restaurant guide here.
Commissary – (Now Openaire)
This dining space is absolutely gorgeous. If I’m at the hotel, I can’t help but come in for a cocktail and a couple of photos. It was previously run by Chef Roy Choi and called Commissary but it has changed to Openaire. The chef running the restaurant is Josiah Citrin.
Such a gorgeous space!
Other Things To Note
Parking at the hotel is valet and costs $38. Parking in LA is atrocious and I spent about $50 for the day parking at places like the Grove, LACMA, street parking, etc. I know parking is a premium around Koreatown and I don’t know if I was lucky but I scored parking in the block or two beside the hotel. The meters turn on at 9 am and turn off at 6 pm. Street parking was pretty easy. If we had to go back to our room during the day, I plugged the meter for the time we were back at the hotel. Definitely not $38 worth in parking. Sorry, Line Hotel but I just couldn’t do it.
Overall I liked the hotel and would stay again. It’s definitely more of a trendy place and a younger vibe. If you are planning to spend a lot of time in the hotel and a group, I don’t think it’s the most comfortable room for more than one person. The restaurants are great. The location is excellent if you’re spending more time on the east side of LA or need to get downtown easily.
Please remember in LA it’s all about where you’re spending most of your time and traffic. We went to LACMA, Little Tokyo, Larchmont, and DTLA while we stayed and getting there was relatively pain-free. We even went to Studio City and it only took us about 30 minutes in the morning because we were going opposite traffic.
3515 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90010
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