Heading to Los Angeles this year and not sure where to stay? Los Angeles is increasingly becoming a hub for foodies and luxury travellers alike. This year, several major luxury hotel projects are set to open in the city. Many of the new hotels opening this year are a first in LA. Read on for our full list of new hotels in LA.

Where to Stay in Los Angeles in 2017:

Hollywood Dream Hotel Presidential Suite

Dream Hollywood

The key focus of the Dream Hollywood will be its 11,000 square foot rooftop, complete with a pool and dining area. Additionally, the high-end Asian restaurant, Tao, which already has locations in New York & Las Vegas, will open their first Los Angeles venue at the hotel.

Booking open now for stays from early March.

Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown

InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown

Downtown LA continues its push towards regenerating the area into a luxurious shopping and dining destination. The Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown, set to open in June 2017, will form part of the Wilshire Grand Center, which will be the tallest building in the Western part of the U.S. when it opens. The hotel will have 900 rooms and be home to a rooftop bar on the 73rd floor.

Booking open now for stays from June 1st.

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

Set to open in June, the new Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills will be one of the most luxurious destinations in LA.  The hotel will feature a new restaurant led by the Michelin-starred chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten. A 5,000 square foot La Prairie Spa will consist of 6 private treatments rooms and 2 relaxation areas.

What's more, they are currently offering 1,000 bonus HHonors points when you book a 1-night stay, or 5,000 points when you stay for 3 nights. Booking open now for stays from June 1st, 2017.

Nobu Malibu Ryokan Hotel

Nobu Malibu Ryokan Hotel

After several years of delays, the Nobu Malibu Ryokan Hotel is finally set to open this year. Part of Nobu Matsuhisa's global restaurant and hotel empire, the Malibu location will also be home to a Nobu restaurant, serving the best Nikkei sushi on the west coast. Unlike the many other beach-front hotels in California, this won't be a glitzy glass tower with a sky bar. Modelled after a traditional Japanese ryokan, expect amazing service and delicious room service.

Official opening date to be confirmed. More information is available on the official Nobu website.

NoMad Los Angeles Hotel

NoMad Downtown Los Angeles

This trendy New York hot spot is finally set to open a Los Angeles location in 2017. After opening a food truck last year, the NoMad Downtown Los Angeles is currently under construction in a former office building. Expect luxurious rooms and a what is likely to be Downtown's latest cocktail haven. A restaurant led by chef Daniel Humm is also planned.

No official opening date has been announced yet, however, it is expected that the hotel will open in Autumn 2017. You can sign up for their mailing list on the official NoMad website to be kept in the loop about the hotel.

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