The classic-yet-hip hotel sits at the center of Hollywood and Hollywood history.
Named after 26th US president Theodore Roosevelt, The Hollywood Roosevelt was built in 1927 in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. Since welcoming the first Academy Awards in 1929, the hotel has played host to countless icons, including Marilyn Monroe, Shirley Temple, Charlie Chaplin, Clark Gable and Carole Lombard among others. The hotel’s history and fame have garnered a legendary reputation, which in turn has inspired movie-makers and film directors to set their movies within the hotel’s quintessential backdrop. With a recent 25 million dollar renovation, The Hollywood Roosevelt now offers two distinct destinations for guests: the poolside pleasure of The Cabanas and the classic sophistication of The Tower.
Food & Drink
Named after the precise temperature difference between a raw and well-done hamburger, 25 Degrees introduces a glam twist on the traditional American burger joint. Open 24 hours.
There’s no menus at the Library Bar, just plush surroundings and a fully stocked bar dressed with an array of fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs. Choose the ingredients and flavors that pique your interest and our staff will fashion the libations.
Fresh from a stint at The MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Beacher’s Madhouse rewrites the book on theater and nightlife, leaving you surprised, shocked, and if you’re lucky, sickened.
Indulge in eclectic American cafe fare beside the renowned David Hockney pool and give your day a decidedly sexy edge at this exclusive ‘60s-style poolside lounge and bar.
The Spare Room
The Spare Room is The Hollywood Roosevelt’s best kept secret; a prohibition era-style cocktail lounge with a vintage two-lane bowling alley and custom-made wooden board games.