The Chamberlain West Hollywood, a hotel in the center of West Hollywood, finished its $15 million redesign, updating 115 suites, the lobby, hallway corridors, the restaurant, the rooftop pool deck and bar and meeting and event spaces. Jackie McGee of Perkins+Will led the remodel. The idea of a well-traveled fashionista inspired the new design, which features monochromatic colors and modern furniture.
The 115 updated suites range from 350 to 650 square feet; they include separate living spaces, fireplaces and large marble bathrooms. The black and white color palette is intended to be reflective of Hollywood's Golden Era. Tip: Most suites come with private balconies.
The new, rebranded restaurant, Fits, named after OLS Hotels & Resorts Founder John Fitts, is now led by executive chef Henry Tapia. Fits offers small and shared plates of New American cuisine. New menu items include Grilled Romaine Salad (gorgonzola dressing, grilled corn, tomato, radish and red onion), Pastor Chicken Tacos (avocado mash, pineapple salsa, radish, cilantro, yellow corn tortilla) and Grilled Octopus (ginger-lime and soy sauce marinade, butternut squash puree, caramelized onion, potatoes and kale).
To pair with your meal, chef Tapia suggests the Fashionista (tequila, pink guava, orange liquor, lime juice and simple syrup) and The Hideout (vodka, kiwi, basil, lemon juice, ginger syrup).
Rossi Architecture Inc. designed the new $1 million rooftop pool deck and bar. The updated space provides views of West Hollywood, the Hollywood Hills and downtown Los Angeles, as well as poolside seating, lounge areas and private cabanas. Note: Guests can enjoy the year-round heated pool and al fresco dining with drinks and bites from the hotel’s restaurant.
The Chamberlain’s redesigned meeting and event spaces includes a 504-square-foot boardroom with seating for up to 50 people. The 2,268-square-foot roof top can also act as an event space and host up to 80 guests.