Two Los Angeles Luxe Hotels Partner Up for Poolside Summer Fun

Luxe Rodeo Drive and Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotels have paired up to allow poolside access to all guests for the summer.

The Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel in Beverly Hills is the flagship location of the Luxe brand. The Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel is located in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. The third Luxe location can be found in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles at the Luxe City Center Hotel. 

Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel guests have easy access to a variety of designer boutiques on the world-famous “Walk of Style,” but they do not have access to a pool on-site. With this new partnership, Luxe Rodeo Drive guests are now able to visit the Luxe Sunset Boulevard location on the west side of Los Angeles for a dip in the pool with any booking. 


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The Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel pool is located on the upper level of the hotel’s seven-acre spread, is heated and offers views of the Getty Center. For those who prefer some shade, cabanas are available to rent as well. Guests from both hotels are able to enjoy Luxe Sunset Boulevard’s collection of inflatable pool toys and poolside food and beverage service. Coming soon are an outdoor billiards table and table tennis table. 

With the summer months steadily approaching, regional general manager of Luxe Hotels Adam Sydenham said Luxe Hotels recognize the necessity of pool facilities for all of its guests.

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