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Steinberg Hart announced plans for tommie Hollywood which will be located near Sunset Boulevard. The hotel will offer 212 guest rooms across nine floors and more than 15,000 square feet of food and beverage space including KA’TEEN, the hotel’s feature restaurant by chef Wes Avila, and Desert Five Spot, a 7,000-square-foot rooftop pool and lounge. This project is owned by Relevant Group in collaboration with Steinberg Hart for architecture and interior design from Studio Collective with Ten Five Hospitality managing food and beverage operations.
Local design firm, Studio Collective, developed tommie Hollywood. Spaces have a modern touch that include exposed structural steel post columns, natural white oak, natural stone, blackened steel, and hand-made ceramics.
The lobby will welcome guests with a steel-clad fireplace, a hand-carved wood relief artwork and a ground-floor coffee bar.
Each room will offer a balance of style and function. Floor-to-ceiling windows will let in natural light and views of the city or a dramatic vantage point of the famed Hollywood Hills, while hardwood floors provide natural earth tones. tommie Hollywood will also have seven one-bedroom 388-square-foot suites on the top floor. Each will feature a separate well-appointed living area, 12-foot ceilings, impressive city views, a sitting area, and one king bed.
Two food and beverage experiences will be offered by Ten Five Hospitality. Angeleno native chef, Wes Avila of Guerrilla Tacos, will helm KA’TEEN, the property’s signature restaurant. Spanning over 5,000 square feet of outdoor dining space and inspired by the Mayan city of Tulum, KA’TEEN will pay homage to Yucatan Peninsula’s rich culinary history.
The property will feature a rooftop bar, Desert Five Spot, named after the flower found in the Mojave Desert. Cactus and Yucca will surround the venue, 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. The lounge will offer live music performances and original evening programming from an in-house honkytonk band.
Located adjacent to the new Thompson Hollywood at 6516 Selma Ave, it is close to major city landmarks.
The property will feature 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.