Centrally located on Sunset Boulevard, The Jeremy Hotel is a mid-century modern oasis and an escape from the outside world. I arrive to the hotel on Wednesday morning just a few days after the grand opening. Staying here for five nights is an absolute pleasure and I plan to indulge and enjoy every moment appreciating the true beauty surrounding me.
It's not often that I find myself focusing on the interior design while reviewing a hotel, I mostly focus on the stay itself, the environment, and the food. However, at West Hollywood's newest hotspot, The Jeremy Hotel, I've found myself inspired by the stunning surroundings and elegant design. Understated luxury and a step back in time, at the Jeremy I'm surrounded by the great influence of Le Corbusier, Eero Saarinen, Alvar Aalto, and Florence Knoll.
Hidden in the lower basement level lies one of the most stunning hotel lobbies I've ever set eyes on, it's a sneak peak into what the rest of the property holds and I'm overcome with excitement to explore. The attention to detail is simply breathtaking, I feel as though I'm on location for Architectural Digest.
Futuristic, incredibly well designed, and with an airy upbeat vibe. A modern day playlist loops throughout the property while a consistent curated fragrance surrounds me. A hotel unlike any other I've frequented, the atmosphere at The Jeremy Hotel is cozy and entirely unique.
Saarinen coffee tables are complimented by Aalto lounge chairs and brass bookcases which are lined with coffee table books, cacti, modern day accents and one of a kind handmade ceramics. Colorful art is carefully curated on the concrete walls bringing this wildly beautiful hotel to life.
Chic, understated, and welcoming, the hotel lobby boasts several seating areas, a swanky tech lounge, and a cool cafe serving up a variety of freshly squeezed juices, sandwiches, pastries, and other healthy snacks. The Etcho Cafe is open for breakfast 7-10:30am, lunch from 11-4pm, and dinner from 5-10pm. Takeaway is also available between 7am-10pm. I recommend the in-house pop tart stuffed with fig and topped with brown sugar.
It's not long before I elevate up to my Sunset King Room on the eighth floor which has an incredible view of the city and the pool below. The beauty of the room keeps up with the spectacular design standards of the rest of the hotel. It includes a separate seating area and gorgeous marble bathroom. I could very happily move in and never leave.
It's been a long day and I decide to take an afternoon nap, which let's be real should only last 15-20 minutes but actually goes on for more than an hour and I finally come out of my deep coma feeling revitalized. In other words, the bed is incredibly comfortable.
It's been a while since I've stayed at a hotel on business and actually felt the eagerness to kick back, relax, and enjoy the luxury amenities surrounding me on my downtime, so after checking in I make my way down to the 2nd floor rooftop pool, whip off my t-shirt and lay back to enjoy the panoramic view of Los Angeles, taking an occasional dip to cool off. Also on the second floor is a state of the art gym and a relaxing lounge serving nibbles all day long.
Wednesday evening at the hotel is spent catching up with my friend Diego at Joao, the lobby bar which is inspired by old Hollywood. We relax on the outside terrace watching the sunset in the distance. It's a perfect evening and I'm looking forward to the rest of my stay at The Jeremy.
Make the Jeremy Hotel your home on your next trip to the star studded city. With rooms starting at $300 per night, the Jeremy is affordable, central, and an incredible experience.
8490 Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA