Le Parc Suite Hotel has completed a $12 million transformation encompassing the lobby, 154 suites, meeting space, corridors, and a new fitness center. Designed by Alison Andrus of waldrop+nichols studio, the West Hollywood hotel has been reimagined to emulate an exclusive art collector’s upscale metropolitan residence. Inspired by its location in the Design District, where fashion and art meet music and film, Le Parc features locally inspired original pieces, along with vibrant details within a clean and sophisticated palette.
The curated collection of art throughout the property is a reflection of its colorful destination. The exterior murals along the front façade and wrapped around the rooftop tennis court are done by local artist Charlie Edmiston. Upon entering the hotel, guests are greeted by Scott Hile’s 8-by-20-foot “LOVE” wall with energizing colors and inclusive message. The lobby features handwritten song lyrics from The Beatles and one-of-a-kind collections. Pop culture portraits by Srinjoy Gangopadhyay celebrate iconic artists with a theme of utopia in a contemporary context with portraits of David Bowie, Ray Charles, Freddie Mercury, Diana Ross, and Stevie Wonder. Two works by renowned American artist Craig Alan are highlighted in the elevator cabs.
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