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Hyatt’s tommie Hollywood debuts in Los Angeles

Hyatt has announced the opening of tommie Hollywood, a lifestyle hotel located in the heart of Hollywood near Sunset Boulevard, in partnership with Relevant Group.

Location

tommie Hollywood is located adjacent to the new Thompson Hollywood as well as iconic city landmarks including the Sunset Strip, Hollywood Walk of Fame, Runyon Canyon, Griffith Observatory and the Capitol Records Building.

Design

Local design firm, Studio Collective, developed tommie Hollywood’s casual, contemporary direction to abide by the notion of duality: cultural, temporal and natural. Spaces are led with a midcentury modern touch, inspired by the Los Angeles case study homes of the late 1950s and 1960s collated from architectural titans. Exposed structural steel post columns, natural white oak, natural stone, blackened steel, and hand-made ceramics accompany the time-worn furnishings to emphasize the tactile and celebrate the imperfect.

Lobby Bar

Upon arrival, an inviting sun-drenched lobby welcomes guests, accompanied by an expansive, steel-clad fireplace and enormous hand-carved wood relief artwork. A hyperlocal art program brings Los Angeles‘ proud creative community inward, with works from Bradley Duncan, Bruce Rubenstein, Valerie Wilcox and Ellie Pritts. The interior lobby beckons the pursuit of discovery and continues to leverage honest materials amidst communal workspaces with plush seating options. A ground- floor coffee bar sets the scene, which also opens to the exterior courtyard, offering cocktails into the afternoon and evening
hours.

The lobby walls naturally open in several locations, allowing the interior lobby to dematerialize seamlessly into the spacious
courtyard lounge. The mid-century modern touches are evident throughout with the use of resilient natural materials such as stone pavers, teak and cedar wood plank finishes and blackened steel hardware, that will patina naturally over time. Comfortable, eclectic furnishings complete the lush garden setting and bring forth charming dining experiences to create a social oasis within the city.

Accommodations

Each of the 205 guest rooms at tommie Hollywood is designed with purpose, offering a balance of style and function. Floor-to-ceiling
windows let in a wash of natural light across each cozy space, while hardwood floors provide natural earth tones and a calming ambience. The beds offer ultra-comfy mattresses, and expansive windows extend views of the city, or a dramatic
vantage point of the famed Hollywood Hills. The hotel also has 7 one-bedroom 388-square-foot suites on the top floor. Each features a separate well-appointed living area, 12-foot ceilings, impressive city views, a sitting area, and one king
bed.

Standard Guest room

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Dining

2 food and beverage experiences are offered at
tommie Hollywood, created and managed by Ten Five Hospitality, and separately serve as buzzy destination points within Los Angeles. Revered Angeleno native chef Wes Avila of Guerrilla Tacos helms KATEEN, the property’s signature
restaurant. Spanning over 5,000 square feet of outdoor dining space and inspired by the Mayan city of Tulum, KATEEN pays homage to Yucatan Peninsula’s rich culinary history and serves
as a lush refuge.

Desert 5 Spot is the property’s Stirling rooftop bar named after the extraordinary and vibrant flower found in the Mojave Desert. Cactus and Yucca surround the venue, with hues of yellow and pink, capturing an aesthetic that reflects
1970s vintage Palm Springs with the eccentric charm of Pioneertown. This open-air rooftop lounge offers 360-degree views of Los Angeles and is an inclusive community-driven space for the creative set who wish to linger and socialize.

A curated calendar of live music performances and original evening programming from an in-house honkytonk band ensures that whether it’s sunset hour or a lively late-night affair, Desert 5 Spot is a welcome addition to Hollywood’s social
scene.

tommie Hollywood, a part of JdV by Hyatt brand, also features Hyatt‘s first digital check-in experience, allowing guests to conveniently use their phone to create a room key at the designated key station in the lobby
and seamlessly access their room.

Recently, Hyatt announced the opening of The Shay, a Destination by Hyatt Hotel in Los Angeles.

Meanwhile, Hyatt recently announced the opening of Hyatt Centric Melbourne, Hyatt Centric’s debut hotel in Australia.

Featured image of Desert 5 Spot by Hyatt

Both the other images by Hyatt

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