Le Parc Suite Hotel Reimagines Itself With an Emphasis on Art and ‘LOVE’
Last week, the Le Parc Suite Hotel in West Hollywood, Calif., announced it had completed a $12 million transformation that included 154 apartment-style suites, a lobby, meeting space, corridors and a new fitness center. But the hotel, which was designed by Alison Andrus of waldrop+nichols studio, aims to give guests the feel of an art collector’s metropolitan residence.
The hotel, which is located in the Design District of West Hollywood, features a collection of locally inspired artwork, including exterior murals by local artist Charlie Edmiston along the front facade and around the rooftop tennis court. In addition, when guests enter the hotel, they encounter artist Scott Hile’s 8-by-200-foot “LOVE” wall as well as handwritten Beatles song lyrics in the lobby, along with art collections for experiential stays.
The hotel also features pop culture portraits by Srinjoy Gangopadhyay that honor artists such as David Bowie, Ray Charles, Freddie Mercury, Diana Ross and Stevie Wonder, as well as two works by artist Craig Alan in its elevator cabs. “We are thrilled to introduce the new Le Parc Suite Hotel in our dynamic city of West Hollywood,” General Manager Bert Seneca said.
“Le Parc is designed as a place for everyone, as reflected in our diverse artwork, inviting amenities and exceptional service,” he continued. “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.”
Le Parc also highlights its Piece of Mind promise, which focuses on providing high standards of cleanliness. “From the check-in process to the in-suite experience, exceptional care is given to create a safe and pristine environment,” it says, noting that it offers balconies in each room, individual HVAC units, kitchenettes for dining in and uncrowded public spaces.