Surrounded by the Hollywood Hills, the Dream Hollywood pays homage to mid-century Modern architecture unique to Los Angeles, but with a Dream Hotels twist. Influenced by residences designed by John Lautner, Richard Neutra, and others, Rockwell Group crafted a contemporary framework for the lobby, guestrooms, and rooftop amenities. Dream Hollywood also features five restaurant and nightlife venues operated by TAO Group, all located within and adjacent to the hotel and designed by Rockwell Group.
A faceted walnut check-in desk greets visitors, backed by a mirrored wall that reflects the exterior.
The walls of the airy, double-height lobby open up to a landscaped pedestrian alley.
Similar to California hillside residences, the hotel has a strong, seamless visual connection between the indoors and outdoors.
Inspired by the living room of a house in the Hollywood Hills, the wood-wrapped lobby lounge invites relaxation with plush couches.
Rockwell Group developed two color schemes for the guestrooms. Inspired by sky, water, and white houses against a desert backdrop, the first color palette includes blue, white, and other neutral tones accented with pops of orange. The second palette looks from the inside out and draws upon the warmer hues of a sunset.
The bathroom and sleeping area are divided by a row of freestanding, patinated bronze shelving units that support the bathroom sink, a mirror, and mini bar. A custom wallcovering over the bed depicts an iconic image of the Los Angeles landscape in an abstracted form.
The TAO Group’s Highlight Room is an 11,000 SF rooftop pool, bar, lounge, and restaurant covered by a retractable roof enclosure.