With Valentine’s Day around the corner, WEHOville writes a little love letter to the places in West Hollywood that leave us head over heels.
This Sunset Strip hotspot has the highest rooftop pool in Los Angeles.
E.P. & L.P.
Located on the corner of La Cienega and Melrose, E.P. & L.P.’s terrace has a panoramic view of the hills and the city that leaves us breathless.
Built in 1931, West Hollywood’s most classic hotel serves up solid cocktails along with stunning views.
SANTA MONICA BOULEVARD
Some call it the Rainbow District; others call it Boystown. But Santa Monica Boulevard is the soul of West Hollywood, and the polychromatic orbs that criss cross the street perfectly embody the city’s pride and spirit.
THE DREAM CATCHER AT 1 HOTEL WEST HOLLYWOOD
Janet Echelman’s ‘Dream Catcher’ is mesmerizing, ethereal sculpture rising 108 feet high and embracing one of the most gorgeous views of WeHo, visible from a courtyard garden that’s a magical departure from the hustle and bustle of the Sunset Strip.
All Vegan and all organic, Gracias Madre is Mexican cuisine crafted especially for the WeHo palate.
WEST HOLLYWOOD DOG PARK
Where furbabies and their parents unleash their fun sides.
Bathed in red light and mystery, this classic nightspot was recently restored to its former glory as one of old Hollywood’s most exclusive haunts.
THE POOL AT THE MONDRIAN
Show some skin and strike a pose at the sexiest spot in WeHo.
Love always wins at this WeHo landmark, soon to become even more inclusive.
Wall to wall romance, decadent drama and dinner to die for.
WeHo’s newest club picked the perfect name to encapsulate what we love about this city.