The Hollywood Roosevelt Revamps

We love that Hollywood is always on the lookout for fresh new looks, which is why we were excited to hear about The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel's revamp of its historic Cabana Rooms. What's more, the 300-room hotel has unveiled three new entertainment venues: Public Kitchen & Bar, The Spare Room and Beacher's Madhouse.

The 60 Cabana Rooms, which surround the Tropicana Pool, have been redesigned to 1950s Palm Springs glamour (think light and airy with hardwood flooring, herringbone-patterned fabric walls and chaise lounges).

We love the retractable walls of the windows that allow for both an indoor and outdoor experience and easy pool access. Tip: Ask about the rooms that offer private patios and balconies.

The Public Kitchen & Bar is a brand new dining experience from Executive Chef Tim Goodell. Public offers breakfast, lunch and dinner in a social setting along with an extensive wine list artisanal beers and hand crafted cocktails.

The Spare Room, which overlooks Hollywood Boulevard, is a twist on a modern-day gaming parlor with two reclaimed bowling lanes and custom-built backgammon tables. we love that cocktails and nibbles are also served.

Like theater? You'll love Beacher's Madhouse, a Vaudeville-inspired theater on the hotel's lower level. Guests enter through a hidden passageway, tucked behind a library bookcase and travel through a tunnel. Nice touch: The venue extends 2,500 square feet, featuring tiered glass stages, oversized objects and floor-to-ceiling crystal chandeliers.

For more information visit www.thompsonhotels.com.