5.02.2008

                   
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Cute, Casual SoCal Accomodations:
The New Custom Hotel





Custom Hotel's LA Boutique hotel offers a contemporary design aesthetic at affordable rates for the international business traveler staying for one night as well as the leisure guest escaping for an extended weekend retreat.




The LA boutique hotel was originally built by mid-century architect Welton Beckett, designer of the world-famous Capitol Records building, and the Custom Hotel tower has been transformed with the California lifestyle in mind.





Custom Hotel is a place where design is accessible and playfully refreshing, and a warm sense of hospitality and community prevails in this LA boutique hotel.





Custom Hotel is conveniently located close to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in the residential neighborhood of Westchester, a short drive from the beach cities of Marina del Rey, Venice, Santa Monica, Malibu and Manhattan Beach. Easily accessible via the 10, 405 and 105 freeways, the hotel is 20-30 minutes from Beverly Hills, Hollywood and Downtown Los Angeles. For travelers flying into Los Angeles on their way to destinations within Southern California-whether a trip to Disneyland in Anaheim, Universal Studios in Hollywood, or a road excursion to Santa Barbara or San Diego along the world-famous Pacific Coast Highway-Custom Hotel is an ideal stopover.

8639 Lincoln Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90045
T 310 645 0400
F 310 645 0700
Reservations: 877 287 8601

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