A Piece of Historic LA in Koreatown
Hotel Normandie, Los Angeles, CA
Though Los Angeles is known for its sprawling, car-required layout, there are parts of the city that feel more like Manhattan than LA. Koreatown, or K-Town as the kids call it, is one of those parts, about three miles west of downtown. It's the most densely populated district in the county, teeming with hole-in-the-wall eateries and white-tablecloth restaurants, ethnic grocery stores and karaoke rooms, trendy nightclubs and hideaway dive bars. There are even a few subway stops in the area. And who could forget the spas? Los Angeles residents come from far and wide for massages, tea baths, facials, and more, all at a reasonable rate.
An iconic institution that has seen nearly a century of Los Angeles history, the boutique Hotel Normandie comes fresh off a multi-million dollar renovation to deliver historic yet hospitable accommodations to those visiting LA. Pass through the elegant brick-and-stone facade and into the terrazzo-floor lobby, featuring a fireplace, a chandelier, and a baby grand piano. Rooms are equally charming, equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi and appointed with hardwood floors, updated furnishings, a king-size bed, and a flat-screen wall-mounted TV.
• Go for the best authentic Korean barbecue at Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong
• Try a steam and body scrub at Hankook Sauna & Spa
• This is still LA—grab some fantastic Mexican eats at El Flamin' Taco• Sing karaoke at Gaam Restaurant
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