The Jeremy West Hollywood celebrates LA with rotating pop-ups

A seven-story Dream Catcher installation connects the two towers of the hotel, which is lit by LED lighting design by Hollywood lighting designer Walter Barry.

The Jeremy West Hollywood has opened on the corner of La Cienega Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard.

The 286-room hotel has a distinctive metal cladding on its exterior, while its hilltop location allowing for views of Santa Monica and Downtown L.A. A seven-story Dream Catcher installation connects the two towers of the hotel, which is lit by LEDs designed by Hollywood lighting designer Walter Barry.

The property is said to have a modern style with hand-finished walls, custom designed lighting, and walnut paneling. The guestrooms have open layout for maximum views. Local L.A. florist Floral Rush provides the hotel’s floral décor.

FREE DAILY NEWSLETTER

Like this story? Subscribe to IHIF!

The hospitality industry turns to IHIF International Hotel Investment News as the must-read source for investment and development coverage worldwide. Sign up today to get inside the deal with the latest transactions, openings, financing, and more delivered to your inbox and read on the go.

For dining, The Jeremy has the all-day casual eatery Etcho Café; and the hotel bar JOÃO, which was inspired by the Sunset Boulevard location and has elements of old Hollywood. 

The Jeremy West Hollywood Hotel also has localized pop-ups. The inaugural pop-up at the hotel is the celebrity Gibson Guitar lobby installation that was created in collaboration with VH1 Save the Music. The temporary installation has custom-designed Gibson Guitars created in collaboration with musicians including Miley Cyrus, Patti Smith, Slash, The Roots and Wyclef Jean. Future pop-ups and partnerships include a Jeremy-inspired Sunglass Menu and pool floaties.

The hotel has 50 suites, including two Penthouse Suites, a pool, fitness center complete with Peloton bikes, two conference rooms totaling approximately 10,000 square feet as well as a café and lobby bar. Tim Flodin is the GM of The Jeremy West Hollywood.

Suggested Articles

Several multiple development agreements and project-specific deals with established partners.will boost the company's portfolio across Europe.

The Assila Hotel in Jeddah will join the Marriott International soft brand next year.

Before he speaks at Questex's Mediterranean Resort & Hotel R.E. Forum, Pablo Suárez discussed the value of branding and the need for sustainability.