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Hotel Wilshire, a Kimpton Hotel in Los Angeles, CA

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Rating: 3.79

Address: 6317 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 90048

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    Comments (90):

    1. Angie K.
    Having worked in the Architecture field and being a proponent of making an effort to improve the environment's chance of survival, I was excited to experience this hotel. I needed to book a room for a mini-break for my boyfriend's birthday and after considering hotels such as The London, Sunset Marquis, and The Mondrian, I went with The Hotel Wilshire. The hotel itself is just as it is pictured on the website. Modern with a very natural aesthetic. The view from the pool is stunning, and the entire area reflects a smaller scale London Hotel experience-which was what I was hoping for - close to everything Sunset and Hollywood have to offer, but without the craziness and crowds. I was ultimately going for cozy. Unfortunately, though the size and location were great, we had the misfortune of being placed into a room right above Wilshire - even with the windows shut and bolted, and the TV or music on, we never escaped the traffic and noise from below. And the bed....to put it simply - was hard.  Very hard. We definitely did not get a good night's sleep. So I love the idea of this hotel, but I don't have a strong desire to return to the rooms anytime soon. The modern features were great but it lacked warmth and comfort. Granted, it was partly due to my expectations for the night - I just picked wrong, as I think it could be a good spot for a pre-party, etc., but I was just hoping for a better experience.

    14/11/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    2. ron j.
    My wife and I  stayed  here on Oct 6 and 7th, 2011 and had a great stay. We liked that it was a small hotel with beautiful rooms and a very pleasant, helpful staff. Our room had a great view of the Hollywood Hills, Beverly Hills, and the Hollywood sign!! The roof top restauarnt bar is to die for with great outside dining, increadible views and wonderful service. The hotel was still working out a few small things since they just opened but nothing that affected our stay. Would highly recommend and we will be staying here again on our next visit to LA.

    08/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Munya S.
    We stayed here last weekend (thanks to an opening special) and I really enjoyed it.  Nothing is better than staying in a brand-spanking new hotel, that's for sure.  It's a boutique hotel so there is just a small lobby with a front-desk and the people are are really helpful.  The rooms are so spacious and airy and the moment I lay on the bed, it was heaven.  Very comfortable mattress and sheets!  The bathrooms are gigantic- separate shower and tub.  They are only missing one thing- a mirror in the room!  (Getting ready was sometimes a little hard with three girls and no mirror besides the bathroom).  The penthouse roof bar/pool area is a lot of fun at night.  Only downside- valet garage parking is $26/night so we found alternatives most nights by leaving it on my brother's street and walking or street parking just down below and waking up before meters started/annoying LA street cleaning began.

    17/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Cindy M.
    My BF and I stayed here because we had an event on a Saturday night at Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Excellent location, within walking distance of the museum. Nice, new, well laid out rooms. We enjoy taking baths and our room had a huge 3 foot deep by 5 foot wide tub. It was great! The rooftop deck for drinks in the late afternoon with the sun setting on the surrounding mountains was beautiful! A great, romantic place to stay!

    01/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Sally K.
    the food is decent.  it is a great place to get away for a rooftop lunch.  super cute little boutique hotel!

    29/03/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    6. Marianne L.
    Great place...awesome rooms - super clean ....the suite is an amazing place for a party...a must see in Los Angeles!!!

    02/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Sandino N.
    My wife & I booked a room last minute and got a steal of a deal for the area: everything else was either a motel, or double the nightly rate. The amenities are plush, the rooms cozy and modern, and the staff extremely helpful. We liked the swanky bathroom shower, and the King bed was very power nap-worthy. The rooftop lounge/pool/bar looks like a great summer hangout. Additionally, I left some personal belongings there and they FedEx-ed it to my home address. One caveat: the hotel is brand new, so there is some construction noise, and our fridge didn't work. Other than that, I can't wait to visit again!

    07/10/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Kristen L.
    I arrived on a Monday night after 9pm. Two men were outside to valet park my car. They both didn't really know what to do once I pulled up. I started getting my bags out and then one of them told me he would do it. He brought my bags inside to the hotel front desk. The man at the front desk asked "You're here to check in?" There was no welcome at all. I replied yes and he asked for my ID and credit card. He did some stuff on the computer and then handed me the key and said the restaurant on the roof is open until 11pm if you need anything, didn't tell me what room I was in, offer to help me with my bags, direct me to the elevator, nothing. And that was just checkin!! The room was nice and clean but the shower head in the pictures shows a wonderful rainforest shower head but the only part that came on was the very middle which was a big let down. And the mini refrigerator did not work at all. The walls are very thin and the doors are not sound proof- You can hear doors opening and closing, people's conversations, yelling in the hallway at all hours of the night. The front desk on the other hand failed again and again. Called for a spoon, waited 2 hours and it never came. Called for menus of local restaurants, they were never delivered to the room. Had to go to the front desk for both items. The valet parking was good the rest of the stay, the house keepers did a great job. During checkout there was a new person at the front desk, very nice and asked how my stay was and I told him I probably wouldn't come back. His mouth fell open when I told him my experiences and had the manager contact me. She did email me and then call me. She was very apologetic and said she would take care of me if I come back. But in my opinion you basically have one opportunity to make an impression and a negative impression rebounds 100 times more than positive ones. Once you ruin someone's stay, you can't take it back by saying "next time you come it will be better". I would NEVER stay here again

    01/05/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    9. Michelle N.
    Just stayed here Friday night for my birthday and everything was amazing. The rooms are beautiful, the staff makes a point to go above and beyond, and the rooftop bar and restaurant is top notch. I highly recommend this hotel and it's in a great location. What more could you possibly want? Thanks for an awesome experience hotel wilshire, hope to see you again soon ;)

    24/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. KJ F.
    Classy building design. Great Boutique hotel. Friendly night staff. Awesome Rooftop Bar. Cool Elevator Talk.

    18/07/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    11. Consumer X.
    I arrived at the hotel as a gift from my company for working all night (like 24 hours straight). After getting to my room I noticed that the towels looks wrinkled and that there were only two. I thought it was weird that there wasn't a bath mat or anything, but I was tired and hopped in the shower. In lifting the toilet cover, I saw that someone had left toilet paper and urine--the toilet had been used and then not flushed! Then I pulled the bedding back and there was make-up all over the fitted sheet, as if someone had just slept there. Needless to say I was thoroughly grossed out. They changed my room (I had to ask) and were semi-apologetic with an excuse of poor communication from the front desk to the housekeeping staff, but offered zero compensation and acted a bit annoyed. Then the next room they put me in was in the housekeeping corner or something. So after working all night (24 hours) and just needing some sleep, I was quickly wakened by loud banging of a housekeeping cart, aggressive vacuuming and even yelling in the hallway--by their staff. I can't wait to get out of here. I will NEVER stay here again and I am also letting my company know how poorly I was treated. This hotel looks fancy, but it's dirty and unkempt, with a staff that would rather give you a sweaty handshake, attitude and excuses rather than actually make your stay better.

    10/12/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    12. Stephanie D.
    I just want to say the roof top manager is wonderful !!!!!! myself and 17 girlfriends came there to celebrate one of the girl birthday on 7/20/13 , he made the birthday so wonderful , his staff is kind and  attentive and the food was great . The rooftop manager and staff made my friends feel welcome . Thank you so much for the friendly atmosphere  ,We will be back . Stephanie.

    25/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    13. Jan G.
    Arrived to a complimentary glass of wine and friendly staff. Clean, minimalist, ultra modern designs. Gorgeous pool deck with sexy LA crowd.

    24/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    14. Julie C.
    I stayed at this hotel with my husband and my 65 lb Samoyed while our home was being tented for termites. I loved that they are pet friendly! They met us with dog treats upon check in. We stayed for 3 nights. The first two nights we were in a room with a King size bed. The room was really too small for the 3 of us to relax comfortably. No other rooms became available until our final night there. We were moved to a studio style room #602 that was perfect! It was close to the elevators which was a little noisy in the late evening. The only blemish on our stay was the hotel restaurant for which I will be doing a separate review. The restaurant has a lovely view, so you'll be ok if you just go for a drink. But be forewarned, this is NOT the place you want to eat at during your stay. There are several restaurants in the area (Wahoo's Tacos, a Thai restaurant, a sushi place) or just drive down Wilshire and go to Kate Mantilini. There are too many great places to eat in Los Angeles to waste your time and money on the hotel restaurant which is contracted out and not affiliated with the hotel anyway!

    13/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    15. Sydney H.
    if you're visiting LA, there really is nothing better than the hotel wilshire. im a regular and will definitely be going again!! (and they give you a goldfish in your room upon request!!!)

    20/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    16. Keith J.
    Clean, modern, beautiful interior and lighting design. Very friendly staff. Nice rooms but.... The bed SUCKED! It was like sleeping on plywood. If they put real mattresses in the beds it would be one of my favorite hotels.

    22/12/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    17. P S.
    This review is for the rooftop at the Hotel Wilshire, not about the hotel itself.  But if the service throughout the hotel is anything like it is at the rooftop lounge, then I wouldnt bother staying here either.  The review is also not about the food or drinks served there because unfortunately I did not get a chance to try it  

    I came in person and made a reservation and picked out the table (booth with great view between the pool and firepit) I wanted for the rooftop lounge three days prior to my visit with some friends.  When I arrived for my reservation that Saturday evening I was informed by the hostess they were just cleaning the table up and my friends and I could wait by the bar.  After waiting a few minutes we noticed that the table we were waiting for was not being cleaned up and that the gentleman sitting there was ordering more drinks.  When we inquired with the hostess what was happening she confessed that the patron refused to allow us to sit there because he was staying at the hotel and he demanded to speak to the manager.  I never saw the manager go over to speak to him so Im not sure if it happened or not, but nothing was done to honor our reservation for that table, even though there were 7 of us waiting, and only one man sitting at that table.

    They then offered us a table between the pool and the bar, which did not as nice as the booth I had initially reserved, but the crowd at the bar was so loud and drunk and rowdy that we could barely hear each other speak, and then they started throwing their shoes and silverware over the table we were asked to sit at, into the pool.  At which point we also asked to speak to the manager because we didnt want to sit at a table where we possibly could have gotten hit in the head with flying forks.  But he never came to speak to us, nor did he stop anyone from throwing things across the bar and into the pool, where kids were swimming moments earlier.  When we tried one more time to plea with the hostess her only responses were "Im sorry, I dont know."  After being repeatedly snubbed we finally left and went downstairs to The Varsity which has 100 times better service and management.

    23/04/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    18. Ruth D.
    Had lunch at the Rooftop restaurant today and while the views are amazing, I was not at all impressed with the food nor the service. Valets were rude, waiters were indifferent. Food was very ordinary-sandwiches served on white bread. Watermelon Popsicle tasted like simple syrup, not fruit... I"ll go back from drinks and the  view, but not for the food....

    01/10/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    19. Catherine M.
    This review is for the Rooftop restaurant only.

    I had a late lunch here on Sunday and it was beautiful. I even won't complain about the transition menu because the grilled cheese (w/ gruyere) was amazee.

    View was awesome, they gave me a whole pot of coffee which I SO appreciate and the atmosphere was so relaxed, yet sexy.

    Docking a star for friendly but slow and spotty service. Had to flag down our waitress numerous times - she was the only one working the entire rooftop.

    23/10/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    20. Paul F.
    I can't say enough great things about this hotel. The managers understand  what it means to be a boutique hotel. My boyfriend was proposing to me that weekend, he called up the hotel before hand to let them know. They gave us a surprise upon our arrival, and everyone on staff and at the front desk were so friendly! The guys at the valet remembered me every time I came back, the maids greeted me and asked if everything was okay...just great service!

    The hotel itself is beautiful. Uber modern rooms, beautiful rooftop bar with a view of the Hills. I lounged around all day at the pool after my proposal and ordered a few drinks from the lovely waitress.

    And the wifi was accessible and strong!

    I would come back again in a heart beat! Worth every penny.

    29/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    21. Kat G.
    Love the clean modern decor. Nightlight in bath perfect being about 30 inches above floor & aimed down (won't wake you when you need a late night relief). Like the rainfall shower head & open feel from the glass shower walls (separate bath). But for all the great looks- they cut costs on comfort- beds are hard, the 2 towels for a double room are not very fluffy or large & the toilet paper is what I would expect in a Motel 6. If they upgrade the towels & tp would definitely be a 4-star. My bed at home is super comfy so theirs is probably okay for most people.
    Did appreciate the free wifi & lots of outlets for the computer & cell phone charging. Like having a fridge not minibar so I can stash my own goodies. Plus organic coffee & tea in the room.  
    Came in late after a long day so didn't get to check out the roof:~(
    Front desk staff was very helpful.

    03/03/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    22. K C.
    They have everything you need and the service is impeccable. Beautiful rooms, awesome rooftop. Valet parking costs extra $. If a Kimpton member, free wifi (although it seems the wifi is actually open to anyone that submits their email when prompted). Ate the grilled cheese - pretty good. Free LA Fitness passes (there's one four blocks away) for all the gym people...

    24/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    23. Joe B.
    Awesome hotel! It looks like a hole in the wall from the outside and you can drive right past it without even noticing, but it sure packs a punch of nice features and detail when you get inside. I booked the Hollywood View suite -- the best room they have for $329/night. At first I was a bit disappointed only because I am used to staying at the Beverly Wilshire and I forgot that it won't be as nice as their $700/night room that I can no longer afford. But it is a very nice room for the money...nothing else in the area even compares. The hotel is 4 blocks down the road from Beverly Hills so it is basically right there, just without the price tag of that town.

    There are plenty of wall outlets -- and the TV has a strip below it with HDMI, Ipod, USB, audio input jacks etc...awesome! I was able to hook up my ipad to the TV and watch my movies. Even the ultra expensive beverly hills hotels I always stayed at didn't have these features.

    When first arriving at the front desk, it was very small and so I was a bit skeptical. The detail and design of the lobby area was nicely done so it is obvious at first that it's a luxury hotel, but it is very very small inside. I loved the fact that it is a botique hotel, but not "too" botique...it's just perfect. Not too big, not too small. Because of that, the customer service is great and very professional.

    The only negative thing is, if you are driving a car that is low to the ground or renting a nice car from a local luxury rental outfit -- be very careful! I had an M6 convertible and it tore up the bottom lip very good when pulling in. I didn't even notice how much of a dip there was when pulling into the valet lot. They really should smooth that out. Because of that, the rental place charged me an extra $700 to repaint the front bumper and repair the damaged piece. But that is OK, because I tore it up on Mulholland Highway too.

    I will be back.

    05/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    24. Crystal M.
    We stayed here for two nights while attending an event in DTLA. The hotel lobby is very modern/chic and small. There are 6 floors and a separate elevator on the 6th floor that leads to the rooftop pool/bar/restaurant/ fire pit.

    The rooms are cozy and modern. The showers are huge and can fit a party of 6 or more. The beds are super comfy.

    Room service is the same bomb food served on the rooftop patio. We had a veggie sandwich and wilshire burger. The burger may have been the best Ive ever had.

    The rooftop had an awesome view of the hollywood sign and hollywood hills on a clear day. The pool is heated during winter and the staff is attentive. I ordered a few drinks (Mai Tai and Mimosas). Saturdays and Sundays they have bottomless mimosas for brunch. The pancake lasagna is the best thing Ive ever put in my mouth.

    The staff is attentive, friendly, and amazing. Check in and out is fast, valet never took longer then 5 minutes, we ever got a late check out for free.

    Overall, awesome weekend and I would recommend this place to anyone looking for an awesome time and experience.

    29/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    25. Donna P.
    the room was clean. loved the shower.
    staff at the front desk...eh.

    20/06/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    26. Joy B.
    For my first time in LA I wanted luxury but not in the middle of all the craziness. Its very relaxing and calming. Its near everything without all the drama. I love that it is walking distance to The Grove. The rooms are so modern and nice. Not the best view but to me thats not the most important thing. The restaurant is out of this world. Please experience it for self and be the jugde

    25/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    27. Pinita M.
    I love staying at Kimpton hotels for their great amenities and super accommodating staff.  But my favorite thing about this great line of hotels is that they allow dogs.  Not like other hotels who claim to allow pets, but then impose size, breed, or weight restrictions along with exorbitant non-refundable fees or deposits, but a general pet friendly policy.  

    We stayed at the Hotel Wilshire over my birthday weekend where the agenda consisted primarily of museum hopping, along with grabbing some great local eats.  This location is on Wilshire Blvd, near West Hollywood.  It was the perfect location to walk to several great areas, including LACMA, La Brea Tar Pits, and more, discovering unique shops and restaurants along the way.  We found an outstanding breakfast on Melrose, and I highly recommend a morning jog to Urth Café.  The caveat is that you need to get there early, the wait can be long if you arrive too late in the morning... and they have a pet friendly patio.  The surrounding neighborhoods, once you go back a block or two off of Wilshire around the hotel are also very cool and a great place to explore while taking your dog out for some air.  I did see a few hobos, but I never felt unsafe or out of place.  But then again, I did have a big dog protecting me.

    The standard rooms(aka Deluxe rooms) are actually quite small, around 280 sq. feet.  Our Belgian shepherd accompanied us on this trip, and we found the room to be too small the moment we walked in and realized we would constantly be tripping over her.  We asked the front desk if there were any upgraded rooms available.  We were willing to pay the extra fees for a little more leg room, and as soon as we asked, the front desk was more than gracious and upgraded us complimentary to a suite.   Outstanding customer service, another reason I love these hotels!  While I can't remember the specific type of suite, the room consisted of a small living room and a large bedroom with a king size bed.  We were on the third floor, so there was basically no view to speak of, but the room was very quiet and comfortable, especially lounging around in the super comfy animal print bathrobes that are provided as part of the amenities.

    The roof has a nice little pool area with a clear view of the hills, including Beverly Hills and the Hollywood sign.  Although we didn't get into the pool since the weather was cool and kind of windy, the restaurant, aptly named The Roof, serves outstanding food and cocktails.  We tried several items on the menu, including the burger (our favorite), the grilled cheese, Nori nachos, soup, and several of their specialty cocktails.  The cocktails use a lot of ginger which we love, but beware if you like to steer clear of strong flavors.

    The hotel is very clean, modern, and trendy.  The price point is standard for this type of hotel, but if you are a member of their loyalty program, they offer great last-minute deals, with greatly discounted rates, and free internet, forgot to mention that.   Although this was a weekend trip with my husband and dog, this is also a hotel I would stay at if I was traveling alone.  The hotel itself is very safe and secure, as is the parking structure.

    14/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    28. Ahja B.
    I absolutely loved this place. Wish the location was better but I don't know LA that well so for all I know this is just not a fun area. BUT there is a lot of things within walking distance, like the Museum Mile etc.. so we actually had a lot of fun sightseeing and walking around the streets.

    Room was beautiful, (Junior Suite) and was very large with a separate "living room."

    The reason this gets 5 stars is SIMPLY because of the bathroom. OMG. There is a huge jacuzzi tub, with a stand up/waterfall shower head next to it. This is sealed off by glass doors so BASICALLYYY we made it into a big waterpark with the tub filled, shower running, and the hose from the tub aimed up in the air so we just had water flying at us from everywhere with no mess to clean up! LOL, so amazing.

    Ipod dock, comfortable bed, nice waitstaff and even nicer Valets. Loved it. Even got free wi-fi.

    16/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    29. Henry L.
    I was SO disappointed by this hotel.  The reviews on yelp made me book three nights here (at hotel now as I type this). As soon as I opened my room I immediately had to hold my breadth because the smell was ver weird. I was so tired I just went to sleep and didn't let it get to me - however, I wanted to make a note of it here.

    The food is ABSOLUTELY AWFUL!!! Do NOT eat here. The front desk indicated that the "rooftop" restaurant was not owned by the hotel but after explaining my bad experience to them and showing them one of the dishes, they agreed they HAD to bring this to the restaurant's attention.  I tried four different things in the menu and then I gave up. Seriously, AWFUL!  I would have never stayed here if I knew the food was so bad.

    The hotel's service has been good though so props for that but that restaurant has to go!

    07/09/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    30. Peter H.
    I'm only giving this review for the rooftop bar by the Pool.  First off, the pool is tiny, almost as big as an inflatable pool, but there are plenty of tables around the pool and around the actual bar.  Plenty of servers so you will not have to wait too long to place your order.  As far as food goes, don't bother, its way overpriced and it tastes like room service food.  Whether you've stayed at the Best Western or at a Waldorf Astoria, room service food is room service food and don't expect 5 star quality from any hotel food.  The drinks on the other hand were decent.  For the price (around $14 per cocktail), you would expect a bigger glass, but hey its LA and in LA we believe you over pay for everything!!  With that said, the price was way too high for the drinks but at least they weren't watered down.  Parking for this joint is valet only and its $8 for the whole night.  If you're in this area and looking for a place to drink with a view of the city, then maybe give it a try.  I personally would drive a few blocks to La Cienega Avenue or drive a bit down Wilshire and find a proper bar to fit your needs.

    20/07/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    31. Andrea M.
    I decided to do a staycation at this hotel and I am so glad I did.  Every thing about this hotel was awesome.  I called to see if I could get early check in and talked to the women at the front desk for a bit, Julie.  She was so sweet on the phone I looked forward to meeting her.  When we went to check in, all I said was my first name and she knew who I was right away.  We get up to our room and it was fantastic.  Great size and the beds were very comfortable.  We hung out the pool all day. The pool is a little small, but it is really nice.  We ate all our meals there and they were all delicious.  My favorite dish was the nori nachos.  Amazing!  All of the staff members are great.   They actually remembered us the next day.  The really took the time to make sure that we had a fabulous time.

    Besides being a fantastic hotel, they also allow your dogs to stay there for free and they have a nightly wine hour from 5-6.

    30/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    32. Keisha H.
    My Bff and I went  to the Kimpton Wilshire for 4th of July. We had been to the Rooftop bar before for drinks and dinner and had a phenomenal night and we thought that it would be a great spot to see fireworks. We booked a room so we wouldn't have to drive home inebriated on a Holiday. I like to stay DUI free and I knew it would be great. We made our reservations at the Rooftop to watch the sunset and see fireworks. The weather was perfect. We sipped on Ommengang Beer and ate delicious food. The one star off was for our server that night. A black gentleman, I wish I could remember his name. He wasn't very attentive but I let it ride because it was busy but I noticed he was not treating us with the same hospitality as the other patrons. There was a full bbq bar with line cooks but we didn't eat from there we ordered from the menu because we wanted salad and other fare. Well cut to the chase we had a $50 charge on our bill. We were like sorry this is a mistake. He tried to brush off my Bff's questions and he went and charged her card. I inquired further, he assumed we were drunk or uneducated and said the charge was for the bbq and fireworks. I told him the fireworks were not provided by the hotel and we had not eaten bbq. When I asked to have it reversed he made a big deal. I asked for a manager then all of a sudden he complied. I asked for a receipt with the reversal of charges and he couldn't provide me with one. He said he would not double charge us," that's not what we do here!" He almost killed my holiday but going back into the room having more drinks and leading in the comfortable bed made it better. Hopefully that guy doesn't pull that stunt on anyone else.

    21/11/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    33. Doug B.
    I only stayed here one night, but based on that, I would never stay here again or recommend anyone I know to.  Here are the reasons:

    -  When I checked in, I was told there were complimentary cocktails on the Roof restaurant.  I get up there and ask the staff, and they act like they have no idea what I'm taking about

    - When I go back to the restaurant, the staff is way too preoccupied with being a part of a commercial they're filming to actually help me.  I have to snake my way to the bar, ask the staff to let me through, just so I can ask the bartender where I can sit.

    - My tip for dinner was double-charged

    - The room had a weird ozone-like smell, which set off my allergies.  It smelled like those air cleaners from 10 years ago that the EPA warned were worse for your than a category 5 smog alert.

    - When I go to check out, the girl behind the desk was too preoccupied with her personal phone conversation to actually look up and acknowledge me

    23/09/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    34. Gokul K.
    Labor day weekend. Staying a night in LA. A normal room was around 300$. Valet parking is 32$ per night. The lobby is basically a small room. The hotel itself is small dont expect a large building easy to miss when you are driving by. The valets were nice, the front desk not so much.. wifi is free only if u apply for their 'rewards membership'.. the room was small and the bathroom was slippery but was clean.. didnt have time to visit the rooftop resturant... location is close by beverly hills but the neighborhood gets sketchy as it starts to get darker.. next time il try something else..

    13/09/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    35. Tracee A.
    Very Sexy rooftop scenery! Cocktails & Convo

    04/09/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    36. Ron J.
    Contemporary.  Sleek.  Modern.  Tech Savvy.  What am I describing?  No, not a new smartphone or tablet.  Not a new luxury car or pc either.  These are the adjectives I use when describing The Hotel Wilshire.

    The Hotel Wilshire was not at all what I expected - but in a good way.  Upon arrival the narrow valet with entrance similar to a New York parking garage, I must say was daunting, but once inside the NY vibe disappeared.  A modern, glass, crisp interior awaited.  I may not be the typical traveler, then again, maybe I am as I travel with two mobile phones, a tablet, and at least two laptops (among other things); and the ability to use my devices as if I'm at home is usually not a luxury.  However, I was wrong this time and The Hotel Wilshire delivered in spades meeting my demand.  I'm not sure what inspired such tech savvy, but wall a mounted dock for HDMI, VGA, S-Video, RGB, IPOD / IPHONE / IPad, LAN, USB, and audio?  Mitsubishi climate controls, LED lighting, Wi-Fi that wasn't anemic, and more.  I had to ask myself: "Where am I?"  Is this a sort of Shangri La?

    In addition to the technical "everything" I just mentioned, the room is styled oh so well.  I am a high rise dweller that enjoys modern decor with a hint of minimalism - I couldn't have picked a better place.  One will note ample closet space and a sexy chaise with hidden storage below.  Quite possibly the softest bed and pillows in my last six months of travel, crisp and clean lighting, and a bath with utterly sleek surfaces.  I also note the intense cleanliness of the room, not a spot on the shower glass - noticeable.  The interior design is perfect for one week, one month, or whatever your stay.  Mind you: I'm not even discussing the great rooftop pool in this review!

    If you are looking for something traditional with dark woods, and earthy furnishings this may not be the place for you.  If you are looking for a modern room with technical flair, I recommend you visit this weekend.  A new addition to my "Best List", The Hotel Wilshire is all Aces in my book!

    01/08/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    37. Parisa S.
    I stayed here for 1 night and booked through Jetsetter for $155/night.  

    Let me say this: I am 100% OCD when it comes to cleanliness.  As in, I am a germ-a-phobe to the Nth degree and could possibly qualify for medication.   I seriously search every hotel room I'm ever in for errant hairs, fingerprints, stains, etc. etc.  I never, ever sit on the couch/chair/other furniture I know is rarely cleaned.  I never use the hotel towels to wash or dry my face.  And I often contemplate sending my own set of sheets and towels to the hotel in advance.  Yeah, borderline psycho.

    This being said, Hotel Wilshire is CLEAN.  I did my usual hunt for filth / evidence another human had recently slept in my room, and I couldn't find a trace.  Seriously.  Well done, Hotel Wilshire.  Your housekeeping staff deserves a pay raise AND a bonus.  They are clearly doing their job.

    I also love the location of this hotel.  Let's face it, no one walks anywhere in LA.  Hence, any hotel within a 2 mile radius of the city's hotspots is a win.  Yeah, parking is a pain and you have no choice but to valet for $26/day, but seriously this hotel is super convenient to Bev Hills, the Beverly Center, Robertson Dr., the list goes on.  Basically, it's conveniently located to fuel a shop-a-holic's shopping fantasies.  

    Minus one star because they were really unaccommodating with my early check-in request, and because the hotel lobby is nothing special.  I recognize this comes with the boutique hotel territory, but still.  Oh, and I thought it was weird that my second floor room had a balcony, but it wasn't private. Someone please explain this to me??

    18/05/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    38. charles d.
    We had a free night stay here. The rooms and service were average. I did like the roof top bar and the fact that they provide bikes for their guests is very cool. Oh - worst bed ever.

    30/12/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    39. Ann B.
    My review is mainly of the rooftop area since I didn't stay at the hotel nor did I dine there. It was setup nicely with tables surrounding an in ground pool. The views were good, but overall I thought it was ok, compared to some other rooftop locations I've visited in the Los Angeles area.

    22/09/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    40. Chantel S.
    Very nice place, not walking distance to any happening places however. Make sure you book a reso for a table on the roof, it was busy up there even on a random Tuesday in the fall.
    To access wifi you have to jump through many hoops and then they email you everyday with their newsletter. Annoying.

    08/11/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    41. Stan S.
    This is a very nice boutique hotel located near the Petersen Auto Museum, the LA County Art Museum, and the La Brea tar pits. The rooftop restaurant has good food at somewhat reasonable prices. The rooms are clean, comfortable, and quiet. The bed is very comfortable. The shower is spacious but difficult to get in and out of, due to a nearly waist-high sill and narrow door.   The free wine happy hour at 5:00 is a nice touch. There are no coffee makers in the rooms, but free coffee is provided in the lounge starting at 6 am. Avoid the valet parking if you can -- $35 a day with tax!  There are several lots nearby for around $12.

    09/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    42. Anya R.
    Came here for a bday brunch in late September and it was scorching hot!

    On the rooftop there was a shared section for a group brunch.  

    There was a nice view of LA along with hotel guests frolocking in the pool.

    The brunch menu wasn't super special- probably about 10 items that ranged from pancakes to burgers.  Drinks were refreshing- mimosas, etc.

    You have to pay for parking $6 since there not much chance of finding any on the street.

    05/10/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    43. Jennifer N.
    Never knew this hotel existed if it wasn't for a private event I attended. A cute boutique hotel in the center of the most busiest street in Los Angles, Wilshire blvd.  It's  very small and very intimate.  There are no big signs, just a normal sign in the center of the entrance of the hotel. Valet parking is free if you are there for an event and it is so convenient and it's literally a few steps to the door of the tiny lobby.

    Got a chance to tour the trendy "Little room"! Kate Walsh (TV star from Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice rented the Penthouse and Patio for her private event. The Penthouse is pretty small  compare to other  hotel's penthouses, but comfortable clean and bright!

    Got a chance to hang out at the Patio and 2nd floor lounge where I ordered their Grilled Cheese sandwich which was delicious! I didn't want to head back home early and be stuck in traffic so the staff was nice enough to give me a key to the business center where I chilled with a few hours going on line. :-)

    I will definitely use this place as a small gathering or networking event. I love the poolside deck on the roof top!  It's small and intimate, perfect for a smaller events or party!!

    26/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    44. Kim N.
    It turns out one of my business partners knows the folks behind the design behind this place. Wanting to check out this new 70+ room boutique hotel we made our way here for drinks. Not however without some hiccups. If you've been anywhere on this strip of road you know that there are tons of businesses that incorporate the road name. Hell everyone and their mom has "Wilshire" something in the title. There are about a dozen so hotels or something too. Well one of my friends ended up at the Beverly Wilshire and since the other of us didn't look carefully at the address before leaving we did a google seach ending up with the Wilshire Hotel (not Hotel Wilshire) ending up in Korea town. Sonofabitchbastard. What are the chances that all parties would end up at all wrong hotels? Who knows but it happened. After relooking up the info we finally made it to the right place.

    Being greeted by the nice staff we made our way up the floors. The top floor before the roof actually has open rooms that you can physically look even if you're not staying. Smart minimalist chic design, LEED certified with all the amenities (like complimentary valet parking). It's also near a lot of nightlife, not mentioning some of it's own on the roof. With rooms under two hundred and suites under three hundred, it's not a bad deal. There are plenty of chic expensive hotels in the area but Im not sure many have the same modern price performance value. 4.25 stars

    13/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    45. Larry W.
    A great find! Friendly staff and a comfortable room with a marvelous bathroom and roomy shower. Only nits included a restaurant-bar without a single "light" or bottled beer and a malfunctioning room phone. Definitely would book again on next trip to L.A.

    21/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    46. Jennifer K.
    Not consistent with my other Kimpton hotel experiences.

    I hated the location and also the lack of a gym (I should have done my homework in advance, of course). The free gym pass isn't to a gym I wanted to use. Reviews here: yelp.com/biz/la-fitness-…

    My room, while small, was very nice especially the bathroom. The room service menu was somewhat limited but the food was good.

    When a major issue arose in my room, the General Manager handled it kindly.

    I'll leave it at that!

    14/05/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    47. Candace L.
    Stopped by Hotel Wilshire on Saturday evening for a birthday celebration on The Roof - nice area with a small 3ft wading pool, a couple tables and lounge area with a fire pit. There are also plenty of heat lamps to keep warm. It was a really windy night but a great intimate little spot to enjoy a drink with friends, relax and take in the sweeping views of Los Angeles. There are restrooms but they are one person only, so quite often there was a line to use the women's. Valet is $8 with validation.

    12/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    48. Karine L.
    I actually did not stay at this hotel but I did see the rooms and they look awesome!
    It's a boutique chic modern hotel, brand new!! Only 1.5 year old!
    The service is awesome!
    I got to eat on the rooftop terrace and the food was great.
    It's a nice little hidden spot for some great pool time, cocktail and meal.
    Amazing views as well.

    10/06/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    49. Jason M.
    Hotel Wilshire is a great spot for a pre-dinner scene. It seemed a bit VIP to get up to the roof going through the penthouse floor, really cool! The bartender was really nice, as were the patrons.

    There's an awesome pool outside of the bar, followed by a small flight of stairs that lead down to a big fireplace with lounge seating. I would definitely recommend checking this spot out if you have late dinner reservations nearby!

    16/02/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    50. Abby D.
    Seriously, this is the best hotel I have ever stayed at, we stayed in the Melrose Suite. Before we became the Mulvins, I stayed here one night with my bridesmaids and then my wedding night with my new husband. Hotel Wilshire is really close to our wedding and reception venue so it was perfect! First off, we were welcomed by big smiles by the valet. They were so helpful and pleasant, we literally didn't have to lift a single finger. They unloaded everything and met us at our room. The concierge was amazing. Eric had told her the occasion of our stay and when we got to our room there was a beautiful collage of pictures that she had made from our instagrams and facebook pictures. I was surprised because she even included a picture I took of us on the way to California for the wedding (I was hey, I just took this picture!). They also left us some wonderful complimentary snacks and a letter of well wishes. I had to get my car a couple times during our stay, and all I had to do was call down and give my ticket number and my car was waiting for me by the time I got downstairs, very seamless. With me and my 4 bridesmaids there was plenty of room since there was a big sectional couch and a big bed. Getting ready was easy with the big bathroom and plethora of mirrors. The hotel also provided us with a steamer so that we could freshen up all of our dresses. One of my bridesmaids ordered up some mimosas for us girls and they were really good! we got an order with the usual orange juice and a another with grapefruit and both were delicious and strong. The rooftop was so beautiful! There was a big pool party going on but when we went up there to take pictures they all clapped and shouted words of encouragement. Everyone was nice enough to make room for us to walk through and take some amazing rooftop pictures.On our wedding night we entered the room with beautiful flowers, champagne and more snacks to congratulate us. The bathtub was HUGE, definitely my favorite part of the room and we were able to play some music on their nice docking station. In conclusion, my stay here could not have gone any smoother or more enjoyable. It was perfect. Thanks Hotel Wilshire.

    05/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    51. Jessica H.
    Me and my boyfriend wanted to stay an extra night in CA and our hotel was booked up. We were attending a screening at the New Beverly Cinema and didn't want to drive back late. I used yelp to look at hotels in the area and was able to book a night.

    This hotel is beautiful and I felt like a fancypants being there. It was a little pricy (I booked last minute so...), but it was so worth it. The hotel is beautiful. When we arrived they were having a free wine hour- OMG! So rad, but we unfortunately didn't have time for a glass. We only stayed one night, but it was amazing. The room was great- our room opened up to a patio, the bathroom was amazing, and we had a very comfortable king bed. Oh and the bar is by the pool- on the roof! We got two free drink vouchers when we checked in. I wish I could have gone, but I didn't get the chance. Parking overnight was like 32$, but at least my car was safe and sound. If you have a little extra cash to spend, I would totally recommend staying in this hotel.

    07/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    52. Barrett L.
    I recently stayed here for a couple of nights while in town to see some family and friends.  As a twentysomething, I found the hotel to be perfectly fine.  It's a good place for someone who is looking to explore the more urban parts of LA, be close but not on top of the hottest night spots and destinations, and still have a comfortable and well appointed place to sleep at night.

    Pros:
    -Modern, minimalist design aesthetic
    -Good location along Wilshire near LACMA and close to Beverly Hills and WeHo
    -Bed was surprisingly comfortable
    -Oh my god. The shower. Amazing.
    -Nicely scented bathroom amenities
    -Decent views from the rooftop bar and pool
    -Very courteous and helpful staff and valet
    -AAA rates
    -Free WiFi after signing up for the Kimpton InTouch program (which is also free, so like, why wouldn't you?)

    Cons:
    -The overnight rate for the valet was $32 per night, and I didn't even know there was a self-park lot next door that was substantially cheaper (ugh)
    -There was basically no lobby
    -The A/C was loud and sort of annoying
    -Neighborhood seemed a bit sketchy at night

    Overall, really enjoyed staying here and would definitely stay here again

    04/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    53. Denise D.
    The husband and I were looking for staycation location to celebrate our 1 year anniversary.  I of course immediately scoured yelp for ideas.  We settled on a one night stay at the Hotel Wilshire during the Memorial Day weekend.  I booked online and also noted that we were staying to celebrate our anniversary.  We checked in on Saturday.  I had previously called the hotel to ask about parking and was told it was $32 plus tax & tip.  But there is a little parking lot immediately next door that is a self-park lot and is $12 for overnight parking.  Score!!  Our check-in went smoothly and we checked out our room.  It's a bit on the small side but it was really nice. I loved the bathroom and it's sliding glass door.

    Cons:  * The bathroom door didn't close or have anyway of locking.  Not a problem because I was traveling with my husband but still something to note. * The refrigerator didn't cool very well.  We took out some of the soft drinks and juice to keep the drinks we brought cold but it didn't cool our drinks at all.  *Also the TV volume could not be increased beyond a certain level even though it was clear it could go louder. Possibly done to keep noise level down but some channels were hard to hear.

    Pros:  *Good views of the city. *Good drinks at the rooftop bar * Leopard & zebra print robes available for use.  *Clean.  *Quiet.  * Excellent customer service.

    The best part of our stay was when we came down for the Roof on Wilshire bar to find a complimentary bottle of champagne and some sweet treats along with a handwritten "Happy Anniversary" card from the front desk.  And that's when they got me.  I'm a sucker for anyone who makes the effort to make me feel welcome and they did it.  I can't wait for my next staycation.  I will definitely be checking out other Kimpton Hotels for my next vacation.

    28/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    54. Windy H.
    My husband and I were traveling on business and booked only one night at the Hotel Wilshire because it was close to our client. After a very hard day we checked in and were planning on going out for a quick bite.....the room was beautiful, clean and had an amazing view of Beverly Hills. Then we went up to the rooftop bar and pool for a quick look.... Let's just say we never left. We were offered a private cabana next the pool which overlooked all of Hollywood. It was happy hour from 3:00pm - 7:00pm with 1/2 price cocktails and a wonderful cheese board for only $18.00. They also had a free wine reception from 5:00 to 6:00 where we were able to get wine and take back to the roof. We felt like celebrities and hotel staff treated us just the same. It was absolutely the most wonderful and surprising way to end the day. My only regret is that we couldn't stay longer. I honestly did not want to leave. We are definitely planning on coming back for a longer stay next year.

    29/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    55. Dan T.
    Spending a night in the lap of modern luxury is what you think of when you pull into a room at the Hotel Wilshire.  The design is sleek and inviting, and although the actual square footage of the rooms are not huge, they are so comfortable and full of little novel design features sprinkled throughout the room that you still feel like you are being pampered.

    Service, however, where this place falls short.  There is a $26 full day valet service for hotel or restaurant guests, but the valet only haphazardly offered, "Do you need me to bring your bags up to the room or are you okay?", without even offering the option of helping us with our bags simply 10 feet into the foyer to the front desk.  The room service was also pretty atrocious (let's not even get into the food - see review for Roof on Wilshire).  Time spent waiting was not extraordinarily long, but they first forgot to bring any cutlery with our food;  then when they did, they did not bring any spoons for our soup despite me specifically asking for spoons, thereby necessitating us calling room service 2 additional times before we could even start our meal.

    At the end of the day, we were extremely pleased with the room and would definitely stay here again should a deal come up again.  It's just unfortunate that the quality of the service does not match up to the quality of the hotel itself, which really is top-notch.

    14/10/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    56. Trish B.
    I'm sorry this review is long overdue as we stayed there on our honeymoon on October 14, 2013 and were greeted by a friendly staff and accommodating service as we enjoyed a late dinner after the Dodgers playoff game. It was a beautiful view, great food and it was pretty busy but the service was not bad.  We were greeted by a wonderful card and bottle of champagne to celebrate our Honeymoon by Simson! Thank you Simson for your amazing service as we felt so welcomed and special and it was a fabulous start to our journey as husband and wife. We had planned to go to San Diego the next day and due to the referral from our friend and Simson's heartfelt gesture, we just HAD to book a Kimpton hotel again! The service in San Diego was just as perfect and please let Simson know how grateful we are!!!

    12/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    57. Angela A.
    Yup I gave them 5 stars!!!  I felt like I was at my favorite hotel in Europe where the staff has known me for years and treats me like family.  Came here for a girls weekend in LA, we reserved a 1 bedroom suite and it was perfect.  We even had our own balcony, wish I had brought my dog with, she would have loved it here and YES they love having you bring your four footed pal with.  In the lobby they even have a bicycle that is at your disposal to use and bike around LA.  If you go out early on a weekend morning, the streets are deserted and it's a great way to enjoy the Beverly Hills, West Hollywood area.

    The beds were comfortable, they had coffee and tea for us each morning.  Their rooftop pool/restaurant/bar area was a blast.  The food was great, the drinks even better and the staff AWESOME!!  Big shout out to Eric who took great care of us and had us laughing.

    Kimpton gets big props for the staff they have.  Everyone is engaging and helpful.  They would call a Taxi for us and ring our room when it had arrived.  Valet would have our car waiting for us when we came down from the elevator, and they were very knowledgeable about the area and giving us ideas of places to see and eat.

    Will definitely be back. Hotel Wilshire you may be new on the scene, but you are making up for lost years.

    11/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    58. Sarah L.
    Shout out to Kimpton for loving animals, recycling, having unique hotel rooms and buildings... and for being just all around fabulous. Even though I'm a huge diehard fan of Starwood, Kimpton is going to be my new goomah when I want to switch it up a bit. Plus, who DOESN'T want the option to buy a zebra bathrobe - seriously - I'm doing everything in my power to refrain myself from taking it out of the closet and adding 100 large to my bill.

    Did I mention, free internet?? Thank you!! I think you have to be an "InTouch" member, but it's free and earns you special things, so sign up already!

    Did I mention pet friendly???? There is no hotel I've experienced that is more pet friendly than a Kimpton. I travel a lot with my Yorkie. She doesn't shed, is fully trained, doesn't bark, 9 years old and a great travel companion. I love being able to walk into the lobby and not feel shunned because I have a "rabid beast" in a public space (because that's what most normal places treat me like... but yet these same places allow children to run around and touch things with sticky hands - and that's acceptable?)

    I ordered room service during my stay, it was great. The rooms are super clean and contemporary. Windows crack slightly for fresh LA air (ha!) Also, the lighting is fantastic throughout the entire room. The bathroom light is the best!!!!

    Like most places in LA, it's a bit hard for parking but that's normal. I've had a great experience for my quick overnight in LA - I look forward to my next stay!!!!

    25/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    59. Cat C.
    LA is sooo espensibbb even more than my love Vegas!  Honestly, I would have preferred to stay at a Starwood Property because I'm an SPG member but unless it was in downtown or by LAX it was pricey.  I did so much researching trying to find a reasonably priced hotel in West LA or Westwood & stumbled upon this new hotel.  

    The Hotel Wilshire is a small boutique hotel that encompasses six floors but is clean, has the mod look which we love, and is quiet!  Ohh and did I mention you could totally have a party in the shower?  We got a rate of $248 a night which included free wi-fi & unlimited valet.  It was steep but other hotels that we were looking at were comperable or a little more besides The Residence Inn, but this location is great.  The rooftop bar looked nice as we strolled through it on the first night, it's no scene like the Standard but is nice for a more intimate and relaxed environment.  The room was a little on the small side but pretty quiet (I asked for a room not facing Wilshire), the bed big & comfy & the valets were speedy.

    Wouldn't mind coming back here for another stay if I dare go back to LA.

    08/02/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    60. Osito S.
    Nice hotel (think "W"-ish) but the valet named Jarred...you my friend, are the worst. The Joseph Stalin of valets. Obnoxious and rude, you are the reason I am giving this hotel 2 stars. And oddly enough, when I said something to the front desk their response was "I am sorry to say sir that you are not the only person to complain about him."

    As for the hotel, the rooms are a little small, but the bathrooms are surprisingly large. I mean, I wouldn't mind having a normal size shower for a little extra space room-wise. But hey, that's just me.

    17/10/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    61. Cheryl E.
    Wow was I tired when I arrived at Hotel Wilshire but they were waiting! The reception is super hip, minimalist with a calming zen. I began to feel the days high-stress activities melt away.

    The front desk staff had a warm greeting and next thing I knew my bags and everything else were up in the room. I grabbed a glass of water - the Kimpton always has very tasty fresh fruit or cucumber water. I was too late, but there is always a free wine hour from 5pm to 6pm.

    Off  to room 616. A stunning corner room with smashing views of LA. The room smelled wonderful. The linens were top-notch and the bathroom was a glass, tiled and mirrored oasis.

    The roof top restaurant beakoned and is open until 11pm for food - nice! It was stunning - a pool, fire pits, cozy, intimate booths all wrapped in the stars with panoramic views of LA. Magical.

    Time to head back to the room, not sure why, but I decided that I did not need light in the bathroom and walked square into the thick and quite substantial shower door...it resonated with the impact. I saw stars. Super fun the next day trying to explain that away...

    I love all Kimptons but I do believe that Hotel Wilshire is now at the top of the list.

    06/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    62. L M.
    I've stayed here a couple of times because I do business with LACMA which is right up the street.  I've always been upgraded to a suite -- courtesy of a kind front desk -- which is a normal-sized room and well appointed with modern finishes.  They have a great environmental policy and free bikes which are a plus, even if LA is a spread out destination.  The valet is always kind and attentive, even if the cost is high ($35/day).

    The big drawback of this hotel has always been the room service, which is delivery from the restaurant on the roof.  The menu is limited, with almost no vegetarian options.  Which is really odd for LA.  Perhaps because it is a restaurant and not just a room service function, the hours are limited, delivery is always late, and they seem to get a least one part of the order wrong each time.  At a hotel of this caliber, it would also be nice if they included standard room service items on the tray like water, salt and pepper, etc. and if they took off the plastic wrap over the beverages and food, even if it is after delivery.  All of this is not the end of the world, but if you are a business traveler, we've all experienced better, even at a Marriott.

    09/07/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    63. Ronda L.
    Poor service sat at the table for 15mins no service. Others around us were served but not us not sure if it was cause we didn't have a room or no reservations but a horrible experience. Will not go back.

    31/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    64. Hiep N.
    Do yourself a favor and get the Santa Monica Suite when staying here. It's a awesome suite with great views of the Hollywood Hills, lots of room, and a separate bedroom.

    Service was great at the hotel and they definitely went out of their way to make sure all your requests are met.

    Additional pros:
    -Modern, minimalist design aesthetic
    -Good location along Wilshire near  Beverly Hills and WeHo
    -Bed was surprisingly comfortable
    -The shower. Amazing.

    However, the lobby was tiny and basically non existent. Additionally, parking is really expensive consider there was a cheaper lot next door.

    10/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    65. Raven B.
    I've stayed here a bunch of times over the summer visiting my now ex-boyfriend, FV.  FV comes to LA on business every other week and often would stay here because he could hop on one foot to his LA office.   I would basically just work from his room, so I know the place really well.

    The roof top bar scene is a little young for FV as he is in his 50's, so we didn't go there much for dinner or drinks.  A very popular trendy spot, but a little crowded if you just want to relax at the end of the day.

    I once had 3 margaritas in a row at the rooftop bar waiting for FV to return from work.  We had been broken up for about 5 days and I really wanted to have a face to face meeting to either salvage the relationship or really end it for good.  FV said he didn't want to be in a relationship with me because he wasn't ready due to a personal tragedy from the year before, but wanted to be my best friend.  If he had just said, "I'm not into you" or something to that effect, I wouldn't have driven all the way up ( I was in San Diego at the time)  for this conversation.  The problem was FV still wanted to be in constant contact with me and I too, was addicted to our daily communication that consisted of a zillion texts, usually a couple of emails and a phone call.  So it had to go one way or another.

    FV was supposed to meet me at the roof top bar at 6, so I went up to wait for him.  I was really nervous as I had never tried to salvage a relationship before.  New territory for me.  So the fist margarita went down like water.  He text me that he was running a little late, so it gave me time for a second and I was in the middle of the 3rd when he showed up.

    I made HUGE mistakes all around.  First, I didn't follow my gut instinct.  I kept telling myself, "He is going through a lot and since he can't stop communicating with me, I need to fight for our love."  What a bunch of BS, I talked myself into.  The very good margaritas just gave me the courage to sink myself further because we got back together long enough for me to go on a family vacation with him and meet the parents then to have him end it shortly after that, totally out of the blue.  See my review of Ca'Brea for the details.

    My other HUGE INC mistake was not cutting things off cold turkey. My excuse was that he said  he really needed to establish his strong single self before he could commit to anyone.   I really think I must be the most gullible woman on the planet.  Like an idiot I kept in communicating with him. I figured he'd go on some dates or whatever but we were still in this constant communication ending each text with our little "xoxox" that I thought was so sweet.  He xoxox'd me right through posting on FaceBook that he committed himself to somebody else in the space of like 3 weeks.  That was super cruel if you ask me and I am really stupid sometimes.

    Anyway, I do like this hotel.  They serve coffee in the morning and have  wine in the afternoon. The rooms are small but trendy and well thought out.

    19/12/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    66. Markus P.
    Yes yes YES!

    This is a smaller hotel within the Kimpton family, but it is immaculate! We were upgraded to the penthouse...THE penthouse...ONE. It is incredible! Normally quite expensive per night, we were treated to an amazing stay in a 1,200 sq ft room/suite with wet bath and an amazing outdoor lanai with a private entrance from the rooftop deck.
    Aside from that, this hotel has amazing service. All the staff is very quick to respond to any needs, and they were able to provide us with some in-room service that I've not seen at many Kimptons such as wired sound, private wireless network, complimentary refreshments from the mini bar, and upgraded linens and spa quality soaps.

    All Kimptons are quite wonderful, and we don't always get upgraded to rooms such as this, so it was quite a treat. We are very dedicated to the Kimpton brand because they are, in turn, very loyal to their members as well as being extremely LGBT friendly, dog friendly, and without a doubt amazing style and decor.

    Side note--did you know EVERY Kimpton has a 5pm wine hour every day? Yes, that's right. FREE wine and snacks...and sometimes more than just wine.

    BAM. So good. Worth every penny.

    18/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    67. Melissa L.
    I work really close by so occasionally my coworkers and I will go to the rooftop restaurant and have lunch or drinks.

    While it is a bit expensive because it's part of a hotel, the place is pretty good especially for business lunches/dinners.

    My favorite is the Tuna Melt sandwich. It tastes so good with the grapes and whatever goodness they put in it. Don't order this if you're trying to be health conscious though!
    Overall, menu is pretty small but food is good.

    There's a pool in the center of the rooftop that I would imagine would be awkward place to swim if you were a hotel guest because everyone is eating around you. Not to mention the place is pretty small.

    Hotel overall seems very cute...wouldn't be able to say much about the rooms since I've never stayed or been in the rooms.

    31/03/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    68. Randy T.
    We had a great time at the rooftop bar.  I asked the bartender if he could make a specific drink and he was up front about the fact that he didn't know how to make it but he could look it up.  That's not a negative to me, as I would much rather have a bartender say that than mess up something they aren't familiar with.  I opted to try the Basil Exposition instead and it was great.

    The firepit was open and has a great view of the hills, and it was not crowded at 10pm on a Saturday night.  The drinks are expensive, but it's a rooftop hotel bar so...obviously. The service was great and the overall experience was lovely.  I'll definitely be back.

    25/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    69. Sherry S.
    Love the Kimpton brand!  Great rooftop action with a small pool.  Night time it comes alive. Music is great and good for groups. Blink and you will miss the entrance. Valet parking. Miracle Mile location. Very sophisticated hotel and is dog friendly.

    04/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    70. Lynn H.
    Stayed here for 8 nights. Valet is expensive at $32/day plus taxes and tips!! Check in was a breeze. I gave $20 to the check in lady and she upgraded us to a better view room in the center of the hotel. I asked for a quieter room with a view. Thank goodness I did because the rooms right by the elevator would be so loud from the ice machine noise to people talking loudly (like we were) while waiting for the elevator.

    The room is very clean minus a few stains on the chaise lounge and glasses. It smells clean and new which is great especially in LA where most older hotels smell aged and musty. The bathroom is modern and the bathtub is very large with lots of room for a nice bubble bath. I like the glass partition rather than shower curtain. The shower head has three settings: rain shower, massage and high pressure. It is by no means huge pressure but it gets the job done and I'm quite pleased with it. I don't know why someone else complained about the shower pressure. Maybe they just had it on the rain shower setting and didn't know to change it. Duh! Our only issue was the bathtub tap knob. It fell off because it wasn't tightly on and landed on my sister's foot. OUCH!!

    The TV area is very modern with all the hook ups for your technology needs. I brought an HDMI cable to play videos off my tablet because the local channels have nothing on. I'm glad another reviewer mentioned that there was an HDMI plug for the TV. It really came it handy!!

    Too bad the fridge is locked up and I guess you have to ask for the bar fridge key. I'd much prefer it to be an open fridge to use for our own drinks.  Oh well, I guess the ice machine is fine if you buy your own drinks. Also there is a McDonald's almost next door so if you're really thirsty you have a 24 hour place for drinks.

    The valet is very good. I tipped them $5 every time I checked in and whenever I came to pick up my car it was there in front of me within 2 minutes!! (Unless they were busy, then it'd take about 5 minutes to get the car for me.)  

    Another issue (though not too major) we experienced was with our room keys. About every other day they would be reset somehow. Funny enough, it would happen after housekeeping was done with our room. I told them about the issue, but they insisted that it had nothing to do with housekeeping and that our keys were probably being erased by other credit cards or phone in our wallet. Ummm...I doubt it. So I think during our 8 night stay I had to get our keys reset a total of 4-5 times. It was annoying especially when we had lugged all our shopping bags up to our room only to find we couldn't open the door. Good thing the hotel isn't huge and the elevator ride down to the lobby isn't too far.

    The rooftop patio is awesome!! Great views of the Hollywood Hills and it is so serene. The service is very good. I cannot say the food is the greatest. We had breakfast upstairs a handful of times. We had room service one night and the food was just terrible and awfully expensive!! Burger with fries, Caesar salad with tuna and 2 cokes came to $71.00 because they include 20% service charge on top. Yikes!!

    Overall, great value for a great location set on the business area of Wilshire Blvd.  Beverly Center and the Grove is less than 10 minutes away. Rodeo Drive is not too far. Koreatown is less than 20 minutes. If you have a car rental it is really great to stay here. I would definitely stay here again. I just really loved the modern and simple decor. I felt safe and the surrounding area is clean without the usual riff raff of the hoodlums. The cleanliness is second to none! Funky bathrobes are provided.  They provide an umbrella in the room for your use. Also there is a bicycle in the lobby for guests to use as well.  Try to get a room on the higher floors in the middle of the hotel to avoid all the elevator noise and noise from the rooftop guests.

    26/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    71. Randi W.
    So we show up on a Wednesday afternoon to do Happy Hour drinks and food at the rooftop pool.  Let me start off by saying that the view is SPECTACULAR!  Total 360 of LA and beyond.  
    When we got to the roof, there was a full house.  Almost all tables and cabanas full.  And sadly, only 2 dudes working, trying to hold shit together.  
    I could tell they were stressed.  I run a restaurant, so I totally felt bad ordering a round of 6 margaritas right as we got seated.  But these guys, man, they HANDLED IT!  And with a smile.  Bravo to them.  So A+ on service for sure.  Our drinks were never empty, and they checked on us often.

    The drinks:
    We ordered 3 rounds of their spicy jalepeno margaritas.  The best thing I have put in my mouth.  Well, second best.  15 margaritas were $210...not too bad for a trendy spot such as this.

    The food:
    OH MAN!  You MUST order the potato soup, it's not even an option.  Some kind of bread pudding on the bottom, and a poached egg in the bowl.  SO INSANE.  Grilled cheese was STUPID GOOD too!  Portions are decent.

    All in all, we had 15 margaritas, 3 sandwiches, one ahi nacho plate, and two potato soups.  Bill was around $260...not bad for a great afternoon for the 5 of us.  Would do it every week if we had the time.  

    And kudos to the staff:  don't know their names but it was the two gentlemen working the day of 3/19/14...they deserve recognition from their superiors if they are reading this.  They straight handled it by themselves and there really should have been 4 or 5 staff members with that crowd.  

    Rooftop on Wilshire is a great spot, would recommend to anyone!

    20/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    72. Nicole S.
    Came here for drinks one night after reading about it and talking about going here for months. The view up on the rooftop is awesome---you see all the way thru Beverly Hills to the Hollywood hills, and down south on the other end. It's a sick view and a great spot to come get drinks. We ended up being here for happy hour so prices were cheap. Service was really good, our waiter was very friendly and real. Will definitely come back.

    30/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    73. A P.
    Nicely appointed room and nice staff. Not so nice: 1. Wifi that drops you every few minutes isn't wifi. It's nofi. 2. My husband's breakfast fruit platter included unwashed strawberries. He rubbed dirt off his breakfast (and gave up trying to eat it). 3. No conditioner in the shower. OK, I assumed that was standard these days. Guess not. Called the front desk, and their response was: "We will certainly put in a request." Put in a request?! I'm just saying: don't offer what you don't provide, and charge less if we need to clean our own breakfast. And I have conditioner at home. Just let me know I have to bring my own.

    06/02/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    74. Michelle H.
    Conveniently located next to Beverly Hills and 30 minutes to most parts of LA...not within walking distance to many restaurants, but there is a pizza place and McDonald's next door.  Parking was $33 a day (for everyone, including hotel guests).  Good thing was that it was unlimited valet service---leave/go anytime you like & be able to have the guys pull up/park your car whenever.  Rooftop is their lounge/pool area.  The pool picture on the website was deceiving. Looks more like a sandbox filled with water.  Service there was great.  Happy hour drink prices were reasonable.  Nice hotel.  Decent area, but way too pricey for what they had to offer---and the $33/day parking is crazy.

    09/06/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    75. Morris Y.
    We stayed in that hotel only for a night, they charged my credit card $750.00 extra, when I asked them why they said there was stain on the carpet, I am hundred percent sure we did not stained the carpet, we did not even eat anything in that room, they charge these things because I used corporate card and they think we might not even see the charge and they can get away with it, they are bunch of thieves trying to make money anyway they can, be very very careful staying there, check your charges carefully,

    Morris

    03/06/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    76. Randy G.
    This is a fairly new hotel located well along the Wilshire district. The lobby and rooms are very modern and have a retro decor.

    My positive experiences here were:

    1. Complementary items available at the front desk if you forgot to pack some items.
    2. I could barely hear other guest from inside the room. The rooms must be insulated well.

    One drawback for this facility is that they do not have exercise facilities. They do have a partnership with LA Fitness, but on the weekends they don't open until 8am. So no early morning workouts on the weekends.

    11/04/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    77. Alex J.
    After listening to all my friends rave about how great Kimpton Hotels are I just had to find you for myself.  This place does live up to the hype.  I received an e-mail with a special promotion for the month of my birthday.  The staff made me feel really special for my last year before i enter the dirty 30.  The rooms were on the small side, but they were comfortable and functional. The view from the rooftop restaurant was amazing.  I didn't order any food, but the menu did look good and the prices was reasonable.  If you stay here be sure to join Karma Rewards to get free wi-fi and a $10 mini bar credit.

    24/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    78. Christine N.
    Nice location on Wilshire and Crescent Heights, but avoid renting a room here for people to rest and sober up prior to driving home after getting smashed at their Rooftop Bar/Lounge.

    This place definitely has a new modern feel and look to it. We were able to rent one of their Melrose Rooms on the 6th floor that came with it's own living room and ginormous bathroom. The "city view" was of the street below, so I would definitely suggest to go with the "mountain view" suites if you stay here. The bed, couches, and chairs were comfortable.  The bathroom, shower, and tub alone was as big as the bedroom. I took before and after pictures of the place and will post it up soon as they are uploaded.

    Valet service was very nice as they give you a ticket to keep until you check out.  They also offer to help transport your belongings up to your room and even grab ice for you! Thanks Wesley!

    Front desk service was also nice upon checking in. They give you two room keys and a mini-bar key, which should be turned in afterwards. Complimentary wine available from 5-6pm and then complimentary continental breakfast from 6am-9am in the morning. We checked in and out late, so we weren't able to enjoy those free amenities.  The "free wi-fi" they claimed to have? We didn't use because there was a site that took you to 3 options of having to pay for the service. It was only free if you were a part of one of the clubs/services. I didn't get the name of the app that popped up on my phone, but maybe if I stay again in the future I will add it here. Anyway, the next day check out turned out to also be very courteous. They offered us an extra 30 minutes to check out as we had the room during daylight savings time and lost an hour. Thank you!

    However, the thing that they failed to mention was that if you pay by credit card the valet parking $32, they also tax that. This is the reason it is NOT okay in my book. Be sure to bring cash!

    Overall, I am quite impressed with this hotel aside from the little hiccups. I would still recommend staying here as this has higher ratings than most hotels in LA.

    10/03/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    79. Mark Y.
    Stayed here for a night on a recent visit to LA.  I've stayed at multiple Kimpton properties and all my stays have been very good, so I expected the same with the Hotel Wilshire.  To note, I'm being a lot more critical because this stay preceded a four night stay at The Montage.  

    This is a small, modern looking boutique hotel located on Crescent and Wilshire.  Location is great because you have LACMA nearby, as well as restaurant row on La Cienega and shopping areas (Beverly Hills and The Grove) nearby.  Check-in was quick and efficient.  The woman running the front desk was super nice, so no complaints with service.  

    The room, as many others have pointed out, are very small, and I was expecting this.  One thing about Kimptons that I'm not a fan of is the lack of lighting in every single room in EVERY one of their properties I've stayed at.  Which made things worse about this particular room was that one of the lights wasn't even working.  The room was very clean for the most part, but there were a few random hairs in the bathroom and the shower, which I found to be quite unsavory.  With respect to the bed and comfort level, it was satisfactory.  I ended up sleeping pretty well, and this says something because I'm a light sleeper overall.  

    Service, overall, here was very good.  From the efficiency of the check-in to check-out, the people were all very nice.  I needed to use a computer for a print out.  Rather than having me pay an absurd amount to use their business center, the gentleman at the front desk had me e-mail him the pdf and the printout was ready when I checked out.  Aside from the hairs in the bathroom and dim lighting/busted light, I was satisfied with my stay here and would do so again.  However, I would definitely prefer and recommend their sister property, Hotel Palomar, in Westwood.  

    One tip....before you stay here, if you aren't a Kimpton In-Touch member, sign up online.  You get free internet service and a $10 "raid the mini bar" coupon.  Things, of course, cost an arm and a leg, but you can at least get a bottle of water!

    29/03/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    80. Audra K.
    Staying at the Hotel Wilshire on a business trip. My room was clean & very comfortable. Reliable wifi & the staff was fantastic. Luis & DJ worked every night I was there - they went above and beyond to help me with directions and suggestions on where to go. Now I know why my boss recommended I stay here!

    01/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    81. Robert H.
    The hotel itself is beautifully appointed and efficient in providing whatever service is needed. However, the greatest recommendation is Hotel Wilshire's staff. They were helpful even when they ventured to serve outside of their particular area. Hotel Wilshire's personnel made the difference between a good stay and a wonderful one!

    08/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    82. Maisha R.
    If there's one thing that I've learned quickly about LA it's that there's no shortage of places that offer great views of the city. Hotel Wilshire is certainly not an exception.

    Sitting inconspicuously along a row of buildings on Miracle Mile, it's easy to miss. The sign on the top of the building offers really the only clue that there's a sophisticated hotel a few doors down from McDonald's. Celebrating a friend's birthday, a group of us hung out at the rooftop lounge while enjoying hors d'oeuvres and drinks around the fireplace. The wait staff was very attentive and hospitable.

    The Roof on Wilshire is a destination on its own which appeared to attract non-hotel guests that were relaxing around the shallow pool and indulging in what appeared to be good eats.

    If you're looking for a spot that has amazing 360 degree views of the city and that has a sexy vibe, this is a good choice.

    26/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    83. Jess M.
    As a Kimpton Hotel-loyal customer I selected this hotel for our Los Angeles trip this year, and was somewhat disappointed.  Note that the rating is on the hotel/room alone.

    Hotel/room - This met the standard for Kimpton to be clean, yet quirky.  Benefits included $10 bar credit and free wifi for rewards members.  We rented a standard room mid-week for about $300/night, which was standard for a 3-4 star hotel in the Wilshire area.  As far as I could tell at the time of booking, you either get a 5-star hotel at $600+ per night or a 3-star hotel at $2-300/night, so I felt this was middle ground.

    No issues at check in or check out and no issues with noise.  

    Note that the standard rooms only have a shower, if you're thinking of going the "cheaper" route and like taking baths on vacation like I do.

    Also note that the TVs have many cable plugs (VGA, USD, etc.) if you want to have a chill night and watch a movie from your laptop.

    Nothing particularly spectacular about this visit, so I'm giving it a 4.

    Location - I selected this over the Westwood location, since it seemingly had a better location given its proximity to downtown, Rodeo and nicer views, but it is sort of in the middle of nowhere.  The best way I could think of defining this is that it's a 15 minute walk down some sketchy streets to the nearest Starbucks.  I learned the hard way that LA isn't a walking city, but it isn't even close to a zip car lot.  My suggestion is if you stay here, rent a car and fork out the $33/night fee.  

    I did not factor location into the star rating, since this was clearly my bad for not doing my research on the area.  I'm guessing this is yet another victim of the recession where a hotel was built in an area that should have had more development, but didn't.

    04/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    84. Doria B.
    The staff are very professional and courteous!! We arrived at the hotel a half hour early and we had to wait for our room, The Mulholland Suite with Two Queen Beds. They would have given us another room which now I wish I had taken it!  The queen beds were uncomfortable, not the usual Kimpton standard!  The room was clean, shower big, bathroom decent size but not much light on the mirror to put make up on. The view was not great, another building very close and then the back of some buildings!  The location was good for our purposes but not for just walking around the area.

    17/05/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    85. Catherine B.
    Another Kimpton hotel delivers!  Beautiful hotel, excellent customer service from every single employee and a great rate for what you get.  Love being a Kimpton rewards member, too.  *Oh, and I added a note that we were staying there to celebrate a birthday and they left a wonderful welcome surprise for us in the room.  A fruit & nut snack tray complete with a chilled bottle of champagne and a handwritten birthday note.  Lovely!

    10/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    86. Carrie C.
    Great little hotel on Wilshire.  The rooftop is amazing and the rooms are typical Kimpton modern. I got lucky this visit with a suite upgrade- otherwise the rooms truly are quite small.  Typical for a boutique hotel.  Nice trendy modern furnishings- and the robes are awesome.

    Know too that there are no in room coffee makers.  You can request one, sonic you are one of those types who needed caffeine immediately upon wakening don't forget to ask!  Parking is pricey, but typical for a nicer hotel in a large city.  I've paid more lets just say.  

    The bar crowd on the roof can get a tad noisy, but the fire pit is a bit secluded due to being sunken a bit if you wish to avoid this.  

    This property is not the one closest to UCLA med center and Beverly Hills, but it's close and an easy drive.... And a bit cheaper than the Hotel Palomar, the other LA kimpton.

    18/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    87. Kara K.
    We are HUGE kimpton fans!  Friendly service, quick valet and super clean modern rooms.  We like the unique touches and finishes that Kimpton has.  We are very loyal and will continue recommended and stay at Kimpton.  If you become a rewards member you get free wi fi

    05/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    88. Rachel C.
    I stayed here for a wedding I attended in LA around 2 weeks ago and I would say the overall experience was okay.

    The check-in staff were really friendly but the points that made this stay only a 3-star to me was:

    1. we got stuck in the elevator D: the one to go to the rooftop bar. Luckily we were out relatively fast but homg it was scary as fuuuuuuuuuuuh.

    2. The sliding door for the bathroom NEVER stayed closed. and the shower is glass. I always had to put a towel wedged in the crack to make the door stay closed, and it still left a pretty wide crack you could see through.

    Everything else though was really good. The rooms are spacious and clean.

    06/03/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    89. Jamie W.
    Kimpton is a great brand.  A little pricey but I'm a snob so....
    My only complaint was the location and lack of good food.
    Become a member of Kimpton for great perks.

    22/05/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    90. Amanda B.
    The Hotel Wilshire was very welcoming and every employee gave exceptional customer service. I am glad my company has a corporate rate there!

    The location is on miracle mile, so it is a bit fancier and less touristy in the neighborhood. The hotel is valet only, which after all is said and done is $36.60 a night. It is through LAZ parking. They were very fast with the car and also met us at our room when it was time to pick up the bags.

    They sent up free room service one day which is great. You can always count on Kimpton to do something special. The room itself was fancy but small. The King bed takes up much of the room, but you can get a bigger room if you need it - it jsut costs more. THe closet was a good size and it always has the Kimpton animal print robes. THere is free coffee on the 2nd floor in the morning and free wine at night if you are into that. I also love the free wifi and $10 mini bar credit!

    The only cons for me at the Hotel Wishire are that there is no gym on site and the one they partner with is a 10 min walk (in LA, at night? no thanks). THe rooftop pool is really small and 3-4 foot deep and closes at 7pm so I could never use it anyway (work).

    Thank you Kimpton for a nice stay!

    15/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0