The Hotel Chateau Marmont, is an icon of Los Angeles, California. Built in 1927, it is a space that a large number of artists have transformed into their refuge and source of inspiration. People like the Rolling Stones, Natalie Wood, The Beatles, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Lana del Rey, have walked its corridors, have tanned in its pool, and have relaxed in its gardens. The hotel was the stage where Sofia Coppola shot her film Somewhere. And it is said that Jean Harlow and Clark Gable, had secretly romantic dates here.
The facade of the Chateau Marmont is inspired by that of a real castle in the Loire Valley of France. It is a small white castle in the middle of a chaotic city. It has 68 rooms ranging from bungalows, penthouses and fully equipped rooms. It also features a courtyard with pool, terraces, and a variety of amenities such as babysitting, limousine, and 24 hours personalized attention. In addition, its wide appeal also lies in its restaurant of American cuisine and in its bar Marmont. While providing a luxury experience this hotel is a place whose walls keep many memories and stories worthy of being told in front of which, is impossible not to be attracted to.
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