Hotel Covell

Hotel Covell

Los Angeles, CA

4626 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles 90027, CA
Hotel Covell is an independent apartment-style hotel in the East Hollywood neighborhood of Los Feliz. Each room feels like an apartment, complete with an array of amenities that are ideal for hosting long-term guests. As such, Covell has quickly become a favorite of those working in the music, film and television industry while in Los Angeles. Hotel Covell encourages both long- and short-term stays, and welcomes you to make it your home-away-from-home.

Located in a historical building from the 1920s, Hotel Covell features a buzzy wine bar on the bottom floor and a very sociable rooftop sun deck on the top. The space pairs a few familiar boutique hotel tropes (thrift-store art, vintage record players) with amazing furnishings by some of our favorite local designers, including Eric Trine, Brendan Ravenhill and Atelier de Troupe.

Each of the apartments are thematically modeled after a fictional character they call George Covell with each room, or "chapter" as they call them, representing a chapter in the life of this fictional character. For instance, room number two (Chapter Two) is modeled after a 1950s New York apartment, and Chapter Three resembles a 1960s Parisian apartment. All rooms come with king-sized beds and even a record player.
4626 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles 90027, CA
Hotel Covell, Hotels, Interior Design
Hotel Covell, Hotels, Interior Design
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Hotel Covell is an independent apartment-style hotel in the East Hollywood neighborhood of Los Feliz. Each room feels like an apartment, complete with an array of amenities that are ideal for hosting long-term guests. As such, Covell has quickly become a favorite of those working in the music, film and television industry while in Los Angeles. Hotel Covell encourages both long- and short-term stays, and welcomes you to make it your home-away-from-home.

Located in a historical building from the 1920s, Hotel Covell features a buzzy wine bar on the bottom floor and a very sociable rooftop sun deck on the top. The space pairs a few familiar boutique hotel tropes (thrift-store art, vintage record players) with amazing furnishings by some of our favorite local designers, including Eric Trine, Brendan Ravenhill and Atelier de Troupe.

Each of the apartments are thematically modeled after a fictional character they call George Covell with each room, or "chapter" as they call them, representing a chapter in the life of this fictional character. For instance, room number two (Chapter Two) is modeled after a 1950s New York apartment, and Chapter Three resembles a 1960s Parisian apartment. All rooms come with king-sized beds and even a record player.

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