Pendry West Hollywood Now Accepting Reservations, Invites Guests to Experience the Best of California and the Vibrancy of West Hollywood

The 149-Room Hotel to Open Late Fall 2020

USA, West Hollywood, California. August 31, 2020

Located at the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Olive Drive in the heart of the iconic Sunset Strip, the highly anticipated Pendry West Hollywood is now accepting reservations. Pendry West Hollywood elevates the Sunset Strip to a new level of sophistication and invites travelers to take advantage of Pendry Hotels & Resorts' Spirit of Now offer which invites guests to be among the first to experience the new flagship property-and includes flexible booking, a $100 hotel credit ($200 for suites, $300 for specialty suites) and a complimentary upgrade at time of check-in, based on availability.

"Pendry West Hollywood will be the destination in Los Angeles where distinctive design, immaculate attention to detail and simple sophistication meet a world-class culinary experience on the famed Sunset Strip," said General Manager David Hoffman. "From custom interiors by Martin Brudnizki, to culinary concepts from Wolfgang Puck, we look forward to welcoming guests to the center of life in L.A. at our flagship property located on one of the most iconic streets in the world."

Debuting as the third and newest addition to the Pendry Hotels & Resorts portfolio, which includes Pendry San Diego and Sagamore Pendry Baltimore, Pendry West Hollywood will consist of 149 luxury guestrooms and suites as well as 40 Pendry Residences by Montage Hotels & Resorts. Guests and residence owners will have exclusive access to hotel amenities, including multiple food and beverage concepts driven by world-renowned Chef Wolfgang Puck; a rooftop pool and bar; a multi-purpose live entertainment venue; a screening room; bowling alley; Spa Pendry and state-of-the-art fitness center; as well as an expertly curated art collection.

As Pendry West Hollywood prepares to open its doors, the health and safety of guests and associates is a top priority. More information on Pendry Hotels & Resorts' health and safety protocols, including the brand's Peace of Mind Commitment is available here.

For more information on Pendry West Hollywood, or to reserve your stay, please visit www.pendry.com/west-hollywood or follow the hotel on Instagram @pendrywesthollywood.


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About Pendry West Hollywood

Media Contact:

Marrissa Mallory
Senior Director
J Public Relations
T: 619-255-7069
E: mmallory@jpublicrelations.com
W: http://www.pendry.com/west-hollywood/

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