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Wednesday 22
May 2019
LATTE Luxury News Volume 369
What’s new in L.A. luxury in 2019 and beyond
Spring in Los Angeles will see The Firehouse Hotel in the south Arts District open along with chef Eric Bost’s tasting restaurant Auburn on Melrose. Next month, the always popular 2019 Summer dineL.A. returns. Chic British brand Hoxton will debut The Hoxton L.A. in a transformed 1925 building, and that’s just a sample of what is to come.
A full summary of what’s upcoming in Los Angeles
High-end shopping in Los Angeles
From Melrose Place to Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice, from the Design District to Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles has all the big names and the luxury boutiques scattered from one pocket to the next. Here’s where to send clients.
How to experience the five-star treatment at LAX Int’l Airport
Transforming travel from hassle to indulgence, recent additions to security, shopping, dining and interior spaces earned Los Angeles Int’l Airport a place among Skytrax’s Top 10 Most Improved Airports in 2018.
72 hours of luxury in Los Angeles: The ultimate stopover
Here’s an opulent three-day itinerary of L.A. designed by AARIUS, including meditation on the beach, private dining experiences, a recording studio tour, cocktail bartending session and sailboat lessons at Marina del Rey.
Inside The NoMad Hotel Los Angeles
The NoMad Hotel Los Angeles celebrated its first anniversary in January. The hotel is rooted in the historic, architecturally significant Giannini Place. On the corner of 7th and Olive Street in Downtown Los Angeles, the site was the original Bank of Italy.
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The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills
Boasting an atmosphere of British style melded with a Southern California twist, modern luxury is woven subtly into every aspect of the hotel, from the entrance and lobby to the garden-inspired rooftop pool deck and private terraces.
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Room Service at the Beverly Center
Los Angeles’ premier fashion, food and lifestyle destination introduced a new “Room Service” VIP lounge for high-end travellers last year, where visitors can relax, watch movies, dine and try on their newly purchased designer clothes. The concept is like a second home.
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The best restaurants with a view in Los Angeles
Nothing quite tops off a great meal better than a spectacular view. There’s just something about the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean or the twinkling of city lights that sets the perfect tone for a light lunch or an evening out.
Geoffrey’s in Malibu, 71Above, Catch, The Strand House, just to name a few
9 questions with ... Craig Gibbons, Los Angeles Tourism
In this special feature, LATTE chats with Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board’s Regional Director for Australia and New Zealand, Craig Gibbons, who provides us with insight on the luxury offering in the US West Coast city and some of his favourite luxury hotels, tips on where to go, why the desination has seen a resurgence in visitors and more.
LATTE’s 6-minute read with the L.A. Tourism executive
Guide to the best vegan restaurants in Los Angeles
Plant-based diets have spread like agave, and Los Angeles is fortunate enough to have vegan hotspots in every neighbourhood. Wherever you may find yourself in this expansive city, vegan food is never far away.
Here are six favourites of Angelenos

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