With a loft feel the Line Hotel in Koreatown, Los Angeles is a perfect stay for remote workers and digital nomads.
I stayed at the Line Hotel on New Year’s Eve and it was a great experience. Located between Beverly Hills, Downtown Los Angeles, and Hollywood. Just across the street from the metro purple line making it easy to get around. I was fortunate to have a room with floor-to-ceiling windows that provided an amazing view of Ktown. While on the other side of the hotel, had a view of the Hollywood sign.
The room itself had an industrial loft feel, with its bare concrete walls and floor. The furniture was mid-sixties art deco original artwork from LA-based artists, and custom-designed furnishings from Mibs Venice base studio.
What made my stay at the Line Hotel even more amazing was the powered blinds that made me feel like I was in a futuristic hotel. The hotel has two restaurants, a coffee shop, and an outdoor food truck, all by Koreatown’s own Roy Choi. The main lobby has DJs on the weekends and is a wonderful place to work. Additionally, there are two speakeasy nightclubs by the Houston brothers. Overall, the Line Hotel is the kind of boutique hotel that comes to mind when you hear the term “boutique hotel”.
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