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Between the beaches and endless sun, the dancing and entertainment, and the award-winning restaurants, Los Angeles is a city brimming with romance. Whether it’s for a quick getaway or extended stay, the enchantment of the city can continue from a night on the town in one of LA’s romantic hotels. The following accommodations, with their charming ambiance, rich history and luxurious amenities, provide the perfect setting for a romantic retreat.

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  • Hotel Casa Del Mar

    Santa Monica

    As the hotel’s name suggests, the Casa Del Mar is a home away from home right on the shore. It’s within walking distance of many Santa Monica parks and attractions, including the Third Street Promenade, the Pier and the oceanfront bike path. The hotel’s brick exterior gives way to an airy California glamour. The is home to Catch seafood restaurant and two lounges. (Christina Kharbertyan)

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  • Petit Ermitage

    West Hollywood

    More Parisian secret garden than Los Angeles hotel, Petit Ermitage boasts a pool with cabanas, a rooftop fire deck overlooking the city, the Butterfly Bar, Master’s Lounge and garden in addition to a variety of small and large suites. As one of the more exclusive hotels in the city, access to on-site private dining is reserved for hotel guests only. Every space in the property is ornately decorated to reflect the small European villages that serve as inspiration. (CK)

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  • Sunset Marquis Hotel and Villas

    West Hollywood

    Decades before West Hollywood became an incorporated part of Los Angeles County, the Sunset Marquis Hotel was the playground for the rich, famous and fun-loving. Not much has changed over the years: it still serves as a celebrity hide-out and has upgraded its grounds with Cavatina restaurant, Bar 1200 and lush gardens. Located near popular WeHo nightclubs, the Marquis is a romantic stay for the hip and culturally-inclined. (CK)

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  • The Redbury

    Hollywood

    If red is the color of romance then the Redbury has tons of it. From its striking exterior paint job to the lush red velvet curtains to the hints of crimson throughout the décor, the Redbury billows with Old Hollywood elegance. On-site, there’s the Cleo Restaurant offering shareable Mediterranean cuisine and the Library Bar with nooks and loveseats conducive to a night of drinking and cuddling. (CK)

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  • The Langham, Huntington Hotel and Spa

    Pasadena

    Removed from the chaos of Hollywood and Downtown LA, the Langham in Pasadena allows couples to unwind and reconnect at an on-site spa. In addition to standard rooms and more expansive suites, the Langham is home to eight historic, free-standing cottages on the property. Between exploring the manicured grounds and lounging poolside, guests can partake in afternoon tea in the Lobby Lounge, a steak at the Royce or a late-night beer at the Tap Room. (CK)

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  • Terranea Resort

    Rancho Palos Verdes

    Terranea has beautiful villas, casitas, suites and guestrooms available for lodging, and surrounding meadows popular for weddings, concerts and events. The resort also boasts a challenging 9-hole par 3 golf course, a spa with a fitness center and full-service salon, and a cove with ocean kayaking, snorkeling and a “secret” cave. Dining options include signature restaurant mar’sel, (Spanish for “sea” and French for “salt,”) and Nelson’s, located at bluff’s edge with a view of the nearby Point Vicente Lighthouse and Catalina Island. (Mallory Carra)

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  • The Beverly Hills Hotel

    Beverly Hills

    The Beverly Hills Hotel is perfect for an enchanting Old Hollywood weekend. Guests can choose from the Sunset Boulevard hotel’s many lodging options, including private rooms, spacious suites, and exclusive bungalows, many of which are storied—Marilyn Monroe considered Bungalow 7 her favorite. The famous pool has been filmed in many movies, such as “Designing Women,” and “Who’s Been Sleeping in My Bed.” (MC)

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  • Hotel Bel Air

    Beverly Hills

    Listed on the 2012 Condé Nast Traveler Gold List of the world’s best places to stay, Hotel Bel-Air has a secluded setting surrounded by a gorgeous year-round garden. The hotel’s Swan Lake is the most famous setting for romantic day and evening weddings. Guests can indulge in Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant and the on-site La Prairie spa has rooms for couples and outdoor treatment areas. (MC)

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  • Beverly Wilshire Hotel

    Beverly Hills

    Most known as the setting to the movie “Pretty Woman,” the Beverly Wilshire has proved that guests can find real-life romance here as well. Guest rooms and luxury suites have full-marble bathrooms and sweeping views of the city. The Mediterranean-style pool offers private cabanas and poolside bar and cafe. Another dining option includes Wolfgang Puck’s CUT, an innovative steak and seafood restaurant. (MC)

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  • The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles

    Downtown

    Located Downtown seconds from L.A. Live, the Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles offers panoramic views of the city from its 54-story tower. From the guest rooms and suites to the Club Lounge on the 23rd level to the rooftop pool, nearly every space offers sweeping views of LA. To begin relaxation and romance, the full-service spa welcomes guests with champagne. (MC)

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