JW Marriott, LA Live

Would you like to stay in a hotel in the heart of LA?  Would you like to walk out your hotel to find countless restaurants, a concert venue, a sports arena, and a bowling alley?  Then the JW Marriott, LA Live, is the hotel for you!

JW Marriott building LA Live

Recently my girls were going to a concert at the Staples Center.  I don’t like them to drive home from concerts when they are in Los Angeles.  So, being the wonderful mom that I am, I checked around for a reasonably priced hotel within walking distance of the venue.  JW Marriott, LA Live, just fit the bill.

JW Marriott Room Collage

The room was nice.  I loved the pop of the color orange through out the room.  The adorable polka dot round bolster pillow on the bed, the accessories in the bathroom and the cabinet for the coffee/tea area.  The view we had from our room was of the pool area, Staples Center,  the Nokia Theatre, and the LA Convention Center.  I could actually watch them walk over to the Staple Center (is that creepy?)

JW Marriott lobby Collage

The lobby was busy with people when we arrived and the constant hum of people never stopped.  The chandeliers are spectacular.  There are several places to sit and relax at restaurants, bars and a illy coffee shop.  I noticed many outlets throughout the lobby area to plug in laptops.  Isn’t the old fashioned phone adorable, they are placed in the elevator area of each floor and connect to the hotel operator.

LA Live

Outside the doors of the JW Marriott, LA Live, is a place that doesn’t lack variety.  There are 17 restaurants, which does not make your decision easy.  There is also a bowling ally and a movie theatre.   Located in this area is also the Grammy Museum.

If you have a chance to get away for a few day and don’t want to drive around, but want a lot going on, JW Marriott, LA Live, is the place to be.

JW Marriott, LA Live

Los Angeles

900 West Olympic Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90015



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