Sophisticated sensibility in the heart of Hollywood.
The Prospect Hollywood is an elegant 1939 Hollywood Regency-style building in the neighborhood of Whitley Heights.
As the home for stars like Rudolph Valentino, Jean Harlow and James Dean, the neighborhood has become symbolic as the birthplace of what is now Hollywood. It continues to be one of the primary creative and cultural hubs in Los Angeles.
Today, the Prospect Hollywood has undergone a transformative restoration, while paying homage to the history and authenticity inherent in the architecture and neighborhood.
Reimagined by PRG Hospitality Group in collaboration with designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, the hotel has been updated with a sophisticated sensibility, while incorporating the glamour of the era.
Using custom and vintage furnishings, the Prospect presents each guest with a distinct experience.
The Martyn Lawrence Bullard-designed, bespoke property features a charming lobby, lounge and central courtyard garden.
This Martyn Lawrence Bullard designed room features a king bed with Revival New York bed linens, sitting area, lavish glass-encased shower with Diptyque bath amenities, double vanity sinks, in-room clawfoot tub and approximately 375 square feet of living space.
This urban retreat also offers a full-size in-room mini bar with vintage crystal and locally curated products, Derek Rose London bathrobes and an in-room entertainment system designed to work with guest’s personal entertainment devices and services such as Spotify, iTunes and Netflix.
Each room reservation includes exclusive access to private workspace and members’ club NeueHouse Hollywood for the duration of your stay.