Chamberlain West Hollywood, A Stylish 1980s Redux
Too often boutique can mean boring but that isn't the case at the Chamberlain in West Hollywood, California. The 114-room property, part of the Viceroy Hotel Group's premier Urban Retreats portfolio, is in the midst of a design renovation set for completion this summer. The hotel's redesign is its first since its opening in 2005 and encompasses a remodel of all guestrooms, suites, bathrooms, and the roof-top outdoor pool deck, which offers views of the Hollywood Hills, city skyline, and Pacific Ocean. The new aesthetic vision is a modern-day interpretation of 1970s and 1980s-era glamour with a use of graphic patterns like grids, checkerboards and chevrons to add interest.
The guest rooms have an open-concept layout with an Asian-inspired screen to separate the living quarters from the bedrooms. Bathrooms boast a blend of Negro Marquina, St. Laurent and Carerra marble with curbless showers, frameless glass shower doors, and chrome frame vanities with marble tops. Other amenities include Sferra bed linens, LG 42" LCD televisions, Neil George Salon beauty products, high-speed Internet service, and more.
The property's private rooftop pool deck has a pewter, black and white theme across the seating areas, lounge chairs, and private poolside cabanas.
Bistro is the property's dining destination for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Chef Jonathan Peters creates signature dishes including Pacific Sea Bass, served with candystripe beets, snap peas and lobster butter and ale-braised short ribs, a modern take on a traditional Flemish dish, served with glazed apples and caramelized onions.
Chamberlain offers guests a choice of four room types, including a Deluxe Suite (starting at $240), Executive Suite (starting at $280), Premiere One-Bedroom Suite (starting at $360), and the exclusive two-bedroom Chamberlain Suite (starting at $765).