You can’t drive down Melrose Avenue in Hollywood without noticing the beautiful red brick building on the corner.

The Hollywood Historic Hotel is on a slice of Melrose surrounded by a neighborhood revival of lovely cafes, restaurants, shops and is just down the street from Paramount Film Studios and the charming Larchmont Village. This landmark, a gem, is an affordable hotel in Los Angeles with a luxurious aura.

There is no place quite like the Hollywood Historic Hotel. Built in 1927 by S. Charles Lee, it captures the history and beauty of a bygone era in Los Angeles, nestled in the heart of filmland.

S. Charles Lee, the architect is recognized as one of the most prolific motion picture theatre designers of the West Coast and designed the Hollywood Historic Hotel when he was 28 years old. When he settled in Los Angeles in 1922 his career was launched by his first major achievement, designing the Tower Theatre in Los Angeles, a Spanish-Romanesque-Moorish design, which led to his being the principal designer of motion picture theaters in the 1930’s and 1940’s. He is credited with designing over 400 theaters throughout California and Mexico and best known for the Bruin Theatre (1937) and the Academy Theatre (1939) in Los Angeles.





Parking is available at a rate of $18.00 per night per room. Additional parking permits may be available at a rate of $30.00 per night for duration of the reservation.

Wireless Internet

Secure, high-speed wireless internet is available to all of our hotel guests, so you may quickly and safely share your Hollywood experience with friends and family.

24/7 Concierge

Whether it's extra pillows, a pair slippers, or dinner reservations, our concierge team is available 24/7 to make your stay as memorable as possible.

Modern Luxuries

Spacious rooms, king sized beds, premium towels and linens, as well as free bottled water are just some of things you can expect when you stay with us.

62 Room European-Style Hotel in heart of Hollywood.

When staying at the Hollywood Historic Hotel the possibilities for adventure and entertainment are endless.