If you decide to take a trip to Los Angeles, I have plenty of ideas for you! Coming from Europe, I remember having difficulties choosing a place to stay in this huge city. I wanted something not too pricy but still trendy; something with a unique history and also European friendly (I'm having a hard time without bread, jam and croissants in the morning!). 

So I found the Culver Hotel in the heart of Culver City, where artists, filmmakers, musicians and other creatives are booming. The Culver Hotel and her owner, Maya Mallick, recently welcomed us in this incredible National Historic Landmark's building which opened in the 20s and has been renovated about five years ago.

We started the evening in the hotel's vintage inspired Grand Lobby, accompanied by delicious wine, food, and a live band playing Jazz; absolutely charming! After dinner we enjoyed the Velvet Lounge for a last drink in a speakeasy ambiance with a twist of Parisian French boudoir.

I particularly loved the bedroom decor and comfort. Crystal chandeliers, antique oak armoires and reinvented vintage finds were artfully paired with contemporary custom made pieces, creating the perfect balance between classic and modern.


Woke up with the Californian sunshine and an exquisite breakfast that we took in the French Garden surrounded by fresh bouquets of flowers. I chatted with the owner of the hotel about the renovation of the property and the development of the hip Culver City. 

So voila, if you are looking to stay in an trendy and iconic boutique hotel perfectly located between the Pacific ocean and the creative center of Los Angeles, The Culver Hotel should definitely be your first choice! 

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