The Best Hotels in Los Angeles to Stay at for Your Bachelorette Party
If you're like most brides-to-be (or, at the very least, their maids-of-honor), you're searching high and low for the ultimate bachelorette party destination. Let's consider your options. Charleston is super popular; Austin has a great downtown scene; Las Vegas is a classic option; everyone loves Miami; New York is always a good choice. The one city that's probably not on your pre-wedding party radar: Los Angeles. But it absolutely should be, according to our friends at the Venue Report. In fact, this West Coast city might just be one of the best spots for a bachelorette party yet.
Convenient to fly into from just about any part of the country, easy to navigate, a bustling downtown scene, and plenty of nearby attractions (beaches and wine country, that is), L.A. checks so many bachelorette party must-have boxes. Perhaps best of all, though, is the number of incredible hotels that you and your bridal party can call home during your stay in the Golden State.
Whether you're interested in posting up in Downtown L.A. (DTLA to those in the know) or somewhere just outside—like Malibu, West Hollywood, Manhattan Beach, or Santa Monica—we've rounded up the best hotel options in town. Even better, each offers unique amenities that you probably didn't even realize you wanted. Rooftop access? You'll get that (plus the coolest industrial-chic room) at one of our picks in the heart of the city. Beach views? Head to Malibu for a taste of classic California style. Design-centric style worthy of an Instagram? One stay in West Hollywood will have everyone stalking your #bacheloretteparty all weekend long.
To find your perfect bachelorette party getaway in Los Angeles, click through here to see our favorites.
NoMad Los Angeles
If your bachelorette group loves cool architecture and art, this luxury hotel in DTLA, which opened in early 2018, is the spot for you. Expect Parisian art, Persian floor coverings, and Italian-inspired architecture to be on order during your stylish stay.
Does your ideal bachelorette weekend include views of the Pacific Ocean? Then head to Santa Monica's bluffs for a stay at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows. You and your 'maids will can call a luxe bungalow home for the weekend, walk to the nearby the pier and the promenade for the day, or post up by the pool.
This recently-opened boutique hotel in Manhattan Beach is equal parts coastal-chic and urban-cool, meaning there's something each member of your bridal party will love. Sip signature cocktails beneath the cover of a private poolside cabana by day, then explore the town by night.
Kimpton La Peer Hotel
Book a stay at Kimpton La Peer Hotel and you'll be checking out one of West Hollywood's design district's newest stays. Tucked between Melrose Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard, there's tons to do nearby, but we think your bachelorette group will have a hard time leaving the cozy confines of this hotel—the amazing pool and rooftop bar are just two of the many draws.
Not into the classic California aesthetic? Good news: Your L.A. bachelorette part can transport you halfway around the world. Check into Nobu Ryokan, a Japanese hideaway in Malibu, where you and your girls can take over one of the properties five oceanfront bungalows or twelve suites. Sushi lovers, rejoice. Neighboring Nobu Malibu Restaurant is on-order for room service.
Ace Hotel DTLA
If a rooftop party earns a spot on your ultimate bachelorette party to-do list, be sure to book a room at this Americana-inspired hotspot in DTLA. Prefer something more low-key? Enjoy a delicious meal at the property's restaurant, then return back to your room and slip into the coziest robe for a grown-up sleepover with your girls.
Perhaps the most Instagram-worthy of all the hotels in L.A., the Freehand is the spot to book if you're looking to post tons of cool photos. If the rooftop pool alone, with it's pink lounge chairs and incredible views, isn't enough to make you want to plan your trip, consider this: The property positions itself as a cool hotel-meets-hostel, offering both private and shared rooms, making it easier than ever to plan a big-city bachelorette party that doesn't break the bank.
Take in stunning views of Malibu's beach from the Surfrider's roof deck restaurant—it's reserved for hotel guests only. This intimate, boutique property is perfect for groups looking to unwind. You can hit the beach during the day, then retire to your room, filled with linens, white décor, and plenty of natural wood, at night.
Here's a property with a storied past: Hotel Indigo was built on what once served an entrance to L.A.'s prohibition era speakeasies. If that doesn't tell you to expect a fun party spot, we don't know what will. Hit the penthouse bar for prohibition-style cocktails before a night on the town.
Hotel Figueroa has been open to the DTLA public since 1926, but it was recently refreshed and modernized for today's crowd. You and your bachelorette group will love the property's Spanish Colonial vibes and the pool gorgeous deck.
Kim Sing Theatre
Before it became a micro-hotel in the summer of 2017, the Kim Sing Theatre had been it all: a vaudeville theater, a zoot suit riot house, a Kung Fu theater, and an event venue. Don't be fooled by its past purposes, though. This luxury getaway is exactly what you and your girls have been dreaming of for the bachelorette party. Expect colorful interiors, spacious rooms, and a cool courtyard perfect for pre-dinner drinks.
The Native Hotel
The Native Hotel, which was renovated and reopened in 2017, has 13 king-size bungalows that your bachelorette crew can call home for the weekend. The coastal spot is close to some of the area's best beaches, making it an ideal getaway for ocean aficionados.
The Line Hotel
Head to L.A.'s Koreatown for an urban getaway unlike any other. Booking rooms at the Line means you and your girls will be sleeping in spaces with floor-to-ceiling windows and some seriously impressive views. Other perks? The hotel's incredible Korean restaurant and incredible cool pool.
Los Angeles Athletic Club
If you and your girls are more old-school than most, check into this historic hotel and athletic club. With a palm-printed restaurant, tons of leather-bound books, and an indoor pool and athletic club make this spot feel like a throwback. Best of all, it has all the amenities of today that you could ever want.