Hotel Review: Andaz West Hollywood


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The Andaz West Hollywood is a World of Hyatt Category 5 property, meaning free night awards start at 20,000 points per night, whereas Points + Cash is available for 10,000 points and $125 per night. I decided to choose the later on this stay as rates were over $350 for the evening, so I thought this was a decent value.

I’ve stayed at the following other Andaz properties making this my 4th Andaz:

Andaz West Hollywood

The property is located on the Sunset Strip and within walking distance from a lot of restaurants, bars, and shopping in the area. Arriving late in the evening, I was greeted by a host who let me know that I was upgraded to a View King room, which meant it faced the Sunset Strip. I was offered a welcome beverage as well including beer or wine which I thought was a nice touch.

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View King bed

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Desk area in guest room

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Sitting area facing the window

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View king room with a great view looking out onto the Sunset Strip

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Bathroom

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One great thing about Andaz properties is the minibar is included for all nonalcoholic beverages.

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Snacks are also included

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As I had an early flight to catch, I opted to skip breakfast in the morning, however the lobby offers complimentary coffee and pastries each morning for guests.

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For those looking to relax, there are several chairs and umbrellas up on the rooftop by the pool.

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Rooftop pool.

Bottom Line

Overall I was very impressed with the Andaz West Hollywood, for its great location on the Sunset Strip, as well as the friendly staff and overall amenities that the property offered. As a World of Hyatt Globalist member, I would consider this again as Hyatt doesn’t have too many other Hyatt properties in the LA area .

If you’re looking to stay here without a car, that is an option, and I’d recommend taking Uber of Lyft around town. For instance my Lyft Line ride to Downtown LA was only $4.

Have you stayed at the Andaz West Hollywood before? Feel free to share you thoughts below.

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