The Low Down
Look Good: If Justin and friends aren't using it, reserve the glossy Red Room for small groups.
Where to Sit: The best see-and-be-seen tables are on the covered patio, which overlooks the lounge and firepit.
On the Menu: RH, short for Riot House (a nod only in name to the hotel's past life as an infamous rocker hangout), touts executive chef Sebastien Archambault and his menu of farmer's market fresh French and Mediterranean kissed dishes.
What to Drink: Hundreds of bottles of wine on the wall: The restaurant's wine list showcases local varieties by boutique vintners, as well as a tasty (and creative) cocktail list.
When to Go: Uber-promoter Brent Bolthouse's long-running Monday night party has moved here from Joseph's--you'll need to be on the list to get in.
Parking: Hotel valet is $6 with validation, but can climb to $18 after three hours. Try the lots within walking distance on the Strip with $6-$8 flat rates.
When to Go: Company meetings and large banquets have a new home on the Strip. Andaz features 5,500-square-foot studio space.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Massive in size and in raucous reputation, this former Hyatt offers a sizzling hotel experience to touring rock bands, celebrities and tourists alike. This urban property is located on the Sunset Strip, steps away from The Comedy Store andâ¦
By Ryan Windsor (Reserve123) at Gogobot
I really enjoyed my stay at this hotel, which was formerly known as the Rock and Roll Hyatt back in the day. Great service, a really nice gym, excell Read More
By Yulree Chun "@GogobotLA" at Gogobot
It's in the details! My whole experience at the Andaz in Hollywood was amazing. Everyone from the valet, front desk, hotel manager and room servic Read More
By Ryan Wright at Gogobot
My wife made a reservation stay here for my 30th birthday and I had a great time! They have complimentary wine hour and the decor is really nice insid Read More