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This soon to open boutique hotel in Hollywood’s Vinyl District is all kinds of groovy

News of the Thompson Hollywood, a new luxury boutique hotel set to open in Hollywood’s vinyl district, has got us in a spin.

Located near Hollywood and Vine, it’s due to complete in Spring 2021 and is accepting booking from October 2021. We’re already anticipating it’ll be the perfect fit for its fashionable Wilcox Avenue location. 

Bordered by Hollywood and Sunset Boulevard, just an Uber away from the main tourist drag, the Vinyl District offers visitors to LA a fresh new perspective, with music industry culture very much at its beating heart.

Located near Hollywood and Vine, the Thompson Hollywood is due to complete in Spring 2021 and is accepting booking from October 2021.

Flanked by musical landmarks, boutiques, and a vibrant bar and dining scene, Thompson Hollywood aims to reflect the heritage of its historic locale with a world-class culinary, nightlife and entertainment scene. 

The unashamedly avant-garde project has been developed by Relevant Group for the Thompson group, a boutique lifestyle hospitality brand, and will be managed by Hyatt,  joining Hyatt’s guest loyalty program, World of Hyatt. Architecture and interior design is being handled by Tara Bernerd & Partners. 

Expect mid-century furniture, refined artworks and, we’re told, old-school Hollywood glamour.

Tara Bernerd have also been working closer to home, having delivered a new look for the Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane.

The Thompson Hollywood will offer 190 luxury guest rooms with 24 suites, along with a range  of tailored amenities. The hotel will feature two restaurants, scenic views from the rooftop pool deck and lounge, scads of meeting and event space, and a cutting-edge  fitness experience.

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