Every room tells part of a bigger story at Hotel Covell, a quirky boutique hotel located in a 1930s apartment building above the popular Bar Covell. For the inn’s theme, owner Dustin Lancaster (who also owns the bar downstairs) and interior designer Sally Breer created the fictional character George Covell, then decorated each room to correspond with a period of Covell’s “life.” The Chapter One room, for instance, reflects his childhood in Oklahoma with wood paneling, a live-oak bar, and cool blue overtones; Chapter Three suggests Covell’s time in Paris with vintage decor. Each room also has a record player with a curated selection of albums (bluegrass for Chapter One) and letterhead designed especially for the era the room represents. Kitchenettes with Smeg refrigerators are in all the rooms, but we suggest ordering in a glass of wine and a cheese plate from Bar Covell to enjoy on the hotel’s spacious sundeck.

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Los Angeles, California
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Every room tells part of a bigger story at Hotel Covell, a quirky boutique hotel located in a 1930s apartment building above the popular Bar Covell. For the inn’s theme, owner Dustin Lancaster (who also owns the bar downstairs) and interior designer Sally Breer created the fictional character George Covell, then decorated each room to correspond with a period of Covell’s “life.” The Chapter One room, for instance, reflects his childhood in Oklahoma with wood paneling, a live-oak bar, and cool blue overtones; Chapter Three suggests Covell’s time in Paris with vintage decor. Each room also has a record player with a curated selection of albums (bluegrass for Chapter One) and letterhead designed especially for the era the room represents. Kitchenettes with Smeg refrigerators are in all the rooms, but we suggest ordering in a glass of wine and a cheese plate from Bar Covell to enjoy on the hotel’s spacious sundeck.

Last Reviewed
187 2015

Address

4626 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA

Contact

323/660-4300

Hotel Covell

Los Angeles, California
$$$

Every room tells part of a bigger story at Hotel Covell, a quirky boutique hotel located in a 1930s apartment building above the popular Bar Covell. For the inn’s theme, owner Dustin Lancaster (who also owns the bar downstairs) and interior designer Sally Breer created the fictional character George Covell, then decorated each room to correspond with a period of Covell’s “life.” The Chapter One room, for instance, reflects his childhood in Oklahoma with wood paneling, a live-oak bar, and cool blue overtones; Chapter Three suggests Covell’s time in Paris with vintage decor. Each room also has a record player with a curated selection of albums (bluegrass for Chapter One) and letterhead designed especially for the era the room represents. Kitchenettes with Smeg refrigerators are in all the rooms, but we suggest ordering in a glass of wine and a cheese plate from Bar Covell to enjoy on the hotel’s spacious sundeck.

Last Reviewed
September 2015

Address

4626 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA

Contact

323/660-4300