The Residences at W Hollywood is located at 6250 Hollywood Boulevard. Los Angeles, CA 90028. The W Hollywood Hotel & Residences brings the extraordinary W lifestyle combined with contemporary modern design offering 143 delightfully appointed residences and 305 signature hotel rooms to Los Angeles.
The development also has the largest signage in Los Angeles, at about 30,000 square feet. Amenities offered to residents and guests include a full-service concierge, doorman, car detailing, and private car service, as well as a bliss spa, rooftop fitness center, dog park, rooftop lounge and swimming pool. Owners also receive special access to Drai's Hollywood club, Delphine Eatery, W Hollywood dining and W Hollywood venues.
Reduced hotel rates come as an added benefit to the owners at W Hollywood, as well as hotel venue discounts, preferred rates for visiting family and friends, hotel meeting room discounts, and preferred pricing for housekeeping and room service.
Each Penthouse at the W Hollywood Residences is unique with their own design, ranging in size from 1877 square feet to 3235 square feet. All of the penthouse suites offer large terraces. Interior designers of the penthouse suites include SFA Design, Arch Interiors, AHD, NL Consulting and Van Patter Design, Cantoni, Barclay Butera, Room and Board, and Poliform.
Penthouse residents enjoy their own unique set of privileges above the residential services offered at the W Hollywood, including a private penthouse concierge for anything from restaurant reservations to booking taxis, access to W Hotel conference facilities, full access to the Bliss Spa, three additional parking spaces, and a three year Starwood Preferred Platinum membership. Designed by HKS Architects and developed by Gatehouse Capital, this hotel and residential project was completed in 2009, and shares the block with the historic 1923 office and retail Taft Building.
The development includes 60,000 square feet of retail space at ground level, numerous bars and clubs and the outdoor W Ciné with a huge outdoor screen.
At the famous intersection of Hollywood and Vine, this urban living, working and entertainment district is an icon for modern living and is the gateway to the Hollywood Historic District. In addition to the hotel and condominiums, the project includes street-level retail, an MTA transit plaza, a signature restaurant and bar, rooftop pools and a fitness facility. Nearby outdoor places include Las Palmas Playground, De Longpre Park, and the Hollywood Recreation Center.
Just outside the doorstep is the famous area and tourist attraction of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which includes more than 2,400 brass stars embedded into the sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street, honoring the names of actors, musicians, directors, producers, musical and theatrical groups, and fictional characters. The nearest public transportation is the Metro line directly in the courtyard of the W Hollywood Hotel and Residences, making car-free transportation into downtown Los Angeles an easily accessible option. Many other bus stations are located within the vicinity.
The Residences at W Hollywood rests on one of the most iconic street corners in southern California - the world-famous intersection of Hollywood & Vine. In the heart of Hollywood, W Hollywood brings together the magnetic spirit of the Golden Era, infused with epic innovation, elegance and excitement. Welcome backstage, where W guests are insiders in the vivacity of the spotlight. We've redefined vogue, reinvented glamour, and revived energy. Welcome to the new Hollywood. Many units have views that most people only experience through photographs and postcards. Complementing the many benefits of home ownership at the W Hollywood is the legendary signature concierge service - Whatever/Whenever.
The glamour of Hollywood's stars is represented through the famous characteristics and embellishments in this catalyst project that welcomes the dreamers into the magical world of Hollywood. Elements like the silver screen is re-interpreted as a crisp and clean glass façade. The red carpet invites visitors to come in and explore. And the lantern pieces spotlight the integrated signage, drawing attention to them..