The Jeremy hotel review - Los Angeles, USA
After a few setbacks, the long-awaited hotel project on Sunset Boulevard, has finally opened its doors as The Jeremy.
Set at the foot of the Hollywood Hills, the 286-room property has been designed by global firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill to comprise two commanding towers that are connected by a web-like ‘Dream Catcher’ installation by local lighting designer Walter Barry.
The understated interiors are fresh and contemporary with a dash of old-world Hollywood, featuring walnut panelling and mid-century furnishings in muted tones. The Penthouses have expansive views over Los Angeles, which are best enjoyed from the comfort of the beds which are dressed with linen by Stephen Kenn, artisanal hand-dyed pillows by Noon Design Studio and and have customised headboards that use aged copper to frame a patchwork of natural hemp fabric.
By day, you can perch at the casual Etcho Café with your laptop and a cup of J. Gursey Coffee, and come nightfall, hit the retro Hollywood glam Joao bar for moreish bites such as the duck bao bun or the quinoa mushroom burger and bold cocktails made with classic spirits and house-made infusions. For those wanting a quiet night, we suggest a sundowner at the pool deck, followed by in-room dining, where guests can order personalised tin lunch boxes packed with a variety of foods from healthy egg-white wraps to turkey sandwiches.