A Hollywood landmark since 1927, the Hollywood Roosevelt is reborn with the passion and style of the 1920’s, honoring the hotel’s past while embracing its future in the new world of Hollywood.
The Roosevelt Hotel is Hollywood’s only historic hotel still in operation today, having just celebrated its 75th anniversary with a $15 million renovation. The home of the very first Academy Awards (1929) was built as a glamorous gathering place and hotel for the screen colony and is located directly on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Through the years, throngs of people, including celebrities, have visited and resided at the hotel.
The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel was designed and built on sprawling strawberry fields as a benchmark of glamour and elegance, for celebrities and travelers alike. Named in the honor of President Theodore Roosevelt, the hotel opened its doors on Hollywood Boulevard in 1927, quickly becoming the epicenter of Hollywood, the Entertainment Capital of the World.
The Roosevelt has been the playground of luminaries including Clark Gable, Carole Lombard and Marilyn Monroe and the birthplace of the Academy Awards. Sweeping renovations by acclaimed designer Dodd Michell in 2005 heralded its rebirth. Be a part of history and stay in one of The Roosevelt Hotel’s 302 stylish modern guest rooms just thirty- five minutes from the Los Angeles beaches.Book today