Gorgeous French he 1930s building oozes old-school charm
From the portfolio of hotel designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard…
The Prospect in old Hollywood (named after Hollywood Boulevard’s original name, “Prospect Avenue”). The 1930s building oozes old-school charm with Hollywood Regency architecture — hence the glamorous interiors and gilded palm trees.
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Sophisticated sensibility in the heart of Hollywood.
The Prospect Hollywood is an elegant 1939 Hollywood Regency-style building in the neighborhood of Whitley Heights. As the home for stars like Rudolph Valentino, Jean Harlow and James Dean, the neighborhood has become symbolic as the birthplace of what is now Hollywood. It continues to be one of the primary creative and cultural hubs in Los Angeles.
Today, the Prospect Hollywood has undergone a transformative restoration, while paying homage to the history and authenticity inherent in the architecture and neighborhood. Reimagined by PRG Hospitality Group in collaboration with designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, the hotel has been updated with a sophisticated sensibility, while incorporating the glamour of the era. Using custom and vintage furnishings, the Prospect presents each guest with a distinct experience.