One of the most anticipated hotel openings in Los Angeles is Dream Hollywood. The 179-room property, which will occupy nearly half a city block on the corner of Selma Avenue and Cahuenga Boulevard, will begin welcoming guests in January 2017. The 10-story property is designed to be a social hub for both hotel guests and locals with a pedestrian alleyway that will feature retail shops, restaurants and public art, and an expansive rooftop space with a pool and lounge that is set to be a major nightlife venue. We’ll be writing more about the midcentury-inspired Dream Hollywood when it opens its double-height doors. In the meantime, here are some early images and renderings.
Set between Pacific foothills and the sparkling San Francisco Bay, Berkeley is a spirited city that will surprise anyone who still considers it only as the counter-culture center of the ‘60s. Home to the University of California, Berkeley, the city features an authentic (if endearingly off-beat) college town vibe that is perfect for meetings and events.
In the absence of a dedicated convention center, Berkeley offers unique venues that reflect the vibrant local scene while at the same time, offer big-city service and amenities.