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- General Info:
- The Standard, located in the heart of the Sunset Strip, is a true original catering to a young-spirited clientele who appreciate the hotel's "timeless modern" design and offbeat sensibility. The hotel features a floor to ceiling shag carpeted lobby lounge, a live DJ at the front desk, an outdoor pool with a sundeck covered in cobalt blue Astroturf, an ongoing exhibition devoted to fine art video, and live performance art.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (323) 822-3121
Primary Phone: (323) 822-3111
Phone: (323) 822-3111
Phone: (323) 822-3131
TollFree: (866) 427-8382
- Payment method:
- amex, discover, master card, visa, cash, check, all major credit cards
- West Hollywood, Central LA
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Cuisines: Mediterranean, French, Italian, European, Continental, Omelets
Posted: 1/22/2011Provided by Citysearch -
This place is cool. I just recently, went to the place, heard of it, but never went. But, the place is cool. Being on top of the rooftop, makes you feel you are on top of the world. Looking over the skyline. I was lucky the night i went it was pretty clear, so we were able to see far away. A few stars, so me and my wife had a real good time. Drinks were a bit pricy, but its LA on a rooftop in winter, every else can say that.
Posted: 1/13/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Seriously, the Standard was hot 10 years ago. Yes, the rooftop is inciting but enough is enough. I would much rather go to Shangrila for a smaller intimate rooftop in Santa Monica overlooking the beach or a pool where girls in bikinis might not know you are really looking. Drinks are fine but way over priced. I think they set the price.
Posted: 5/13/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I called 213-892-8080 to get information about promoting a mixer at the Standard Hotel. The person answering the phone transferred me to a non personal, recording before I could get my question out. In this tough economy, it pays to have a little customer service. I will be going back to my group of 100 to 150 members letting them know that the Standard is OUT!
Posted: 11/25/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Just looked old and dingy. looks like they tried to distract you away from the old dinginess with a cheap art deco look (like my bright orange tiled bathroom and a cheap little teardrop beanbag in the corner)... my favorite though was how there was no heat or a/c control, only a ""fan control"" with a knob... hope you dont go in on a chilly night like i did b/c only cold air was a blowin'! wtf? only stayed one night. went to the holiday inn express for half the price and was waaaaaay nicer and cleaner and by hollywood blvd..
Posted: 8/8/2009Provided by Citysearch -
This is one of the most overpriced dumps in all of L.A., if not the worst. It's overpriced and ugly as sin. I mean, who on earth decorated this place? How do they sleep at night? Just horrible. Absolutely horrible. Someone should put a lid on this sh!thole and be done with it.
Posted: 8/7/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I have been here a few times and had a great time. But I do not intend to bring any guests here again. It was embarrassing how curt and surly the door staff were. As if we are doing them a favor to spend our money here. And believe me, guys, this is not just leveled at you. The attractive women are getting the same attitude. That is why there is a line of guys waiting to get in and no women are around. The staff have to learn to treat people with a little class. No way will I be coming back.