Peer inside LA’s Palihotel Westwood Village.
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans
Photographs courtesy Palisociety
“The vibe is eclectic Parisian plus midcentury charm, with lots of wood, terra cotta tile, and marble surfaces,” says Palisociety’s president and founder, Avi Brosh, of his firm’s latest project.
The recently opened 55-room Palihotel Westwood Village, housed in a 1939 building that was home to the first hotel in LA’s Westwood Village itself (home to UCLA), has Palisociety-designed interiors that evoke Old Hollywood at its best, with Smeg fridges, 1950s Westclox Big Ben Moon Beam alarm clocks, and custom rounded headboards in faux sherpa fur. But it’s the amenities, including sandalwood-scented toiletries and a daily continental breakfast of local Röckenwagner Bakery’s croissants and Mylk Labs oatmeal, that will have guests extending their stay.