Since its 1927 opening, the Hollywood Roosevelt has been an exemplar of Old Hollywood elegance and excitement, from bespoke cocktails and vintage bowling lanes to the Tropicana Bar overlooking David Hockney’s million dollar swimming pool.
From the historic Spanish Colonial lobby, you’ll find the Hollywood Roosevelt has taken on rather a dual personality over the years. The Tower is original 1927, where Clark and Carole carried on. The Cabanas are vintage 1950s, famous as Marilyn’s place of residence around the time of her very first modeling shoot—at the Hollywood Roosevelt pool, no less.
Where do we begin? Lush life at the pool’s Tropicana Bar. LA’s best burger in the diner. New American at Public Kitchen. Bowling. Games. Cocktails. And more mad, mad nightlife.
For groups of up to fifteen hundred of your close personal friends, you’ll find many unique and historic venues at The Hollywood Roosevelt. The iconic Blossom Room was home to the first Academy Awards ceremony in 1929. The Tropicana Pool and Gable Lombard Penthouse have seen more sophisticated debauchery than even Thompson can imagine. Over a dozen premier spaces, with virtually limitless audio-visual technologies at our disposal. This is Hollywood, after all.