Los Angeles is on a hotel roll

A Soho House opens in Downtown, while the Kelly Wearstler-designed Proper Hotel launches in Santa Monica

Soho Warehouse is the members’ club-hospitality conglomerate’s third SoCal assay
Soho Warehouse is the members’ club-hospitality conglomerate’s third SoCal assay

From skyline to seaside, it seems Los Angeles is on a hotel roll. Straddling the border of Downtown and Boyle Heights (aka the Arts District) is Soho Warehouse (sohowarehouse.com; from $195), the members’ club-hospitality conglomerate’s third SoCal assay, housed in an early-20th-century building and boasting the requisite rooms, restaurant and rooftop pool (along with an ambitious half-dozen bars).

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To the west, designer Kelly Wearstler has just opened the second Proper Hotel (properhotel.com; from $450) in Santa Monica. With 271 rooms and suites in a landmark 1920s Spanish colonial revival building, a restaurant collaboration between local cult table Sqirl and Mexico City’s Contramar, and a sprawling Ayurvedic spa, it’s set to make waves.

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