Rockwell, Killefer Flammang spearhead design
Dream Hollywood has opened in Los Angeles. The 178-key lifestyle hotel features interiors by New York-based interdisciplinary architecture/design firm Rockwell Group and a façade by locally based Killefer Flammang Architects.
The lobby at Dream Hollywood. Photo: Courtesy of Dream Hollywood
The property’s interiors pay homage to LA’s mid-century modern architecture and incorporate garden-inspired elements and plush upholstery. Accommodations include an 1,800-sq.-ft. Guest House suite with a private screening room.
Other on-site highlights include an indoor-outdoor, double-height lobby with retractable Nana Walls; an 11,000-sq.-ft. rooftop pool, restaurant and lounge overlooking the Hollywood hills and city skyline; a 1,000-sq.-ft. gym and wellness program designed by celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson; and a pedestrian alleyway linking the hotel to its adjacent F&B offerings.
Located within and adjacent to the hotel, the property’s five restaurant and nightlife venues are operated by TAO Group. Those offerings include a new rooftop concept The Highlight Room, Beauty & Essex, TAO Asian Bistro and Avenue, all of which are designed by Rockwell Group, as well as Luchini Pizzeria and Bar, which was designed by Studio Collective.
Dream Hollywood also plans to debut 3,000 sq. ft. of meeting space featuring a multipurpose layout and double-height lobby this fall. The property is located at Selma Avenue and N. Cahuenga Blvd.
“Dream Hollywood is truly unlike anything this city has ever seen, setting a new standard for hospitality and becoming a hotbed for creativity, culture and entertainment,” says Jay Stein, ceo, Dream Hotel Group.
Next to open in Dream Hotels’ portfolio is Dream Nashville in historic Printers Alley. Featuring 169 guest rooms and six food and beverage venues, that hotel is on track to open in late 2018, marking the fifth Dream Hotel to open in the U.S. and the seventh internationally, with six more locations under development.
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