Le Parc Suite Hotel Completes Art-Centric Multimillion-Dollar Reno

After $12 MM in upgrades, West Hollywood property now features multiple murals, new fitness center, and much more.
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Le Parc Suite Hotel this month announced it has completed a $12 million transformation of its 154 suites, lobby, meeting space, and corridors. As part of the overhaul, the West Hollywood hotel, at 733 N W Knoll Dr., also gained a brand-new fitness center. Designed by Alison Andrus of waldrop+nichols studio, Le Parc Suite Hotel has been “reimagined to emulate an exclusive art collector’s upscale metropolitan residence,” according to the release. “Inspired by its location in the Design District of West Hollywood, where fashion and art meet music and film, Le Parc features a curated collection of locally inspired original artwork, along with vibrant, bold details within a clean and sophisticated architectural palette.”

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Le Parc’s 154 apartment-style suites range in size from 650 to nearly 1,000 square feet. Updates include modern lighting, furnishings, décor and technology, in addition to brand-new private HVAC systems. The separate living areas include a queen sleeper sofa with chaise, fireplace, record player, kitchenette, dining table, and HDTV. The separate sleeping areas feature king beds or two queen beds and large closets. Each suite also includes a furnished balcony.

“We are thrilled to introduce the new Le Parc Suite Hotel in our dynamic city of West Hollywood,” Bert Seneca, general manager of Le Parc Suite Hotel, said in the release. “Le Parc is designed as a place for everyone, as reflected in our diverse artwork, inviting amenities, and exceptional service. We’re proud to welcome guests to Le Parc Suites where they’ll experience the energy of West Hollywood combined with the comforts of home.”

With a focus on art in its transformation, Le Parc’s now boasts exterior murals along the front façade and rooftop tennis court by local artist Charlie Edmiston. The updated rooftop pool and Skydeck feature brand-new furnishings including umbrellas, chaise lounges, tables, and seating.

The hotel has also added a 730-square-foot conference suite available for meetings, intimate gatherings, video conferencing, and special occasions. The space has been redesigned with modern décor and abstract artwork and features a kitchenette, fireplace and all “technological advancements.”

In celebration of its multimillion-dollar transformation, Le Parc has created a special offer, called “The Ultimate Threesome,” which includes a suite and free overnight parking, available now through Dec. 31, 2020, when booking direct. Le Parc is from parent company OLS Hotels & Resorts. With dual offices in Honolulu and Los Angeles, OLS Hotels & Resorts operates more than 30 properties across 10 states.

Lobby | Photo: Official
Photo: Official
Photo: Official

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak (CJS) is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc., the publisher of What Now Atlanta, What Now Los Angeles, What Now San Diego, and What Now Las Vegas.
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