The 5 most eco-friendly hotels in Los Angeles
1) Los Feliz Lodge
A welcome alternative to the traditional hotel, here you will feel like a La La Land starlet in one of the cozy bungalows or villas. Each charming, bright room features a kitchen, bath, and plenty of space for family and friends. Stay a night or a month.
2) Shore Hotel
This boutique hotel is enclosed by beautiful wood and glass – with clear ocean views even from the shower. The Shore Hotel is LEED Gold Certified, and a leader in offering luxury without waste – from the solar-heated pool, to the sustainable wood furniture to their partnership with Clean the World Foundation.
3) Terranea Resort
This Mediterranean-inspired escape – the only luxury eco-resort in the LA area – is situated on a 102-acre peninsula surrounded by the Pacific. The well-appointed bungalows, casitas, and villas are nestled between four pools, eight restaurants, spa facilities, and a golf course.
4) Venice Beach Eco Cottages
These three unique and cozy cottages offer a solar-powered green alternative to hotel life. You can live like a local just four blocks from the beach. Take your pick from the adorably themed cabins: the masculine Papa Hemingway, the 1940s-inspired Aunt Zoe’s Place, or the 1960s Parisian Le Bébé Cottage.
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