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Grafton on Sunset in Los Angeles, California
If you are looking for boutique services and authentic experiences in the heart of West Hollywood, then the Grafton on Sunset is for you. Located on the famous Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, the Grafton is an elegant urban retreat, equally suited to working or winding down. Surrounding the Grafton on Sunset, you’ll find an abundance of trendy restaurants, bars, clubs and attractions.
West Hollywood’s premier boutique retreat, this fashionable fixture on storied Sunset Avenue exudes edgy, urban sophistication. Whether you’re marveling at in-room murals of rock concerts, savoring the classic Hollywood steakhouse vibe of Oliver’s Prime or heading out to explore the Sunset Strip’s world-renowned nightlife, this stylish hotel on Sunset channels the energy of rock'n'roll to create a unique and memorable guest experience. A blend of Hollywood and South Beach with feng shui design in mind.
Location of Grafton on Sunset
Nearest Airport: LAX
Amenities for Grafton on Sunset
- General Information
- 47 Guest Rooms
- Pet Friendly
- Not Recommended for Small Children
- Not Recommended for Children
- Handicap Accessible Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Multilingual Staff
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Whirlpool
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Satellite Television
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Mini Refrigerators
- Individually Designed Rooms
- Work Desks
- Complimentary WiFi
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Center
- Historic Sites
Reviews for Grafton on Sunset
Honeymoon trip with our son, I have travelled the world and never had a worse view from a hotel room, could only be compared to a prison cell. Thereâ€™s a blackboard outside advertising happy hour 4-6pm selected cocktails half price, I asked in the bar what cocktails they have and the barman replied â€śwe donâ€™t do cocktailsâ€ť!!!!! Very very nice doorman thatâ€™s about all I can say.
Let me start by saying that I wouldnâ€™t wish the expierence I had at this hotel on anyone. We arrived at the grafton on 3/10 late in the evening. My boyfriend showed the lady working the frontdesk his ID. She said she wonâ€™t accept his PASSPORT because it â€ťdoesnâ€™t look like himâ€ť (he had longer hair thats all) what is she the US State or border patrol?? So my boyfriend went back all the way to the car and got his drivers license, again the woman said that the picture doesnâ€™t look like him and started giving us a really bad attitude, start interrogation us saying we â€śstoleâ€ť the passport etc...she was definitely just taunting us. She made my boyfriend walk to the car A SECOND TIME (it was raining) and while he was gone she loudly made fun of my boyfriends appearance with her coworker. My boyfriend came back with his State ID which she suddenly accepted...she started checking us in. Everything was paid for except the daily deposit. Unfortunately, my boyfriends credit card wouldnâ€™t go through, mostly probably because he has a international CC, so I asked her if she could use my credit card instead she said that wasnâ€™t possible (even though it was all she had to do was give her superior a quick call). She told us that we had to call the european expedia so that they can put my name on the room and that we canâ€™t check in until we did that. I told her that I wonâ€™t be able to reach anyone there right now because its 3am in europe. But she wouldn't even listen to me all she said was â€śexcuuusseee meâ€ť in the most sassy way, turned around and started talking and laughing with some random guy. I again, tried talking to her but she would just ignore us. It was late at night, we had no place to go, we werent from the area and the best part I am still underaged. I called my dad and told him exactly what happend. He called the hotel amd the woman picked up the phone. She was all fake and really rude she said â€ś noo your daughter is lying that is not what happend at allâ€ť (which I wasnt, my boyfriend can proof that too). She walked into a room with the telephone and was gone for 5 min. She came back with the fakest â€śIâ€™m about to kill you smileâ€ť, Iâ€™m not even kidding her smile scared me and told me ok Iâ€™m going to accept your credit card now. Ohhh so it wasnt that hard huh...? She lied to us the whole time. She put us into a room directly next to the bar it was so extremely loud we couldnâ€™t sleep until 2am. The room was extremely dirty and not well kept at all. Our â€śviewâ€ť was a wall and a few wires. The window sills havenâ€™t been cleaned in years. We slept in our clothes on top of our bedsheets because the bedsheets had brown stains on them and were overall dirty. There was also some random brown goey ball on the floor next to the bed (I really dont want to know what that was). The bathroom was dirty aswell. We woke up at 5 am to the sound of people talking (the room doors are way too thin and not isolated at all). We could have asked for a new room but We just wanted to leave. We checked out that morning and I am so happy we did, we were supposed to stay 7 nights. But one night was definitely enough, that night was so bad that me and my boyfriend were debating if we should take the next best flight home and sleep in the car for a night if we have too, but luckily we found a different hotel that was cheaper, even though it was a five star hotel and the president stayed there at the same time which was a interesting experience. I just really want to say that I have never been treated like that by any hotel staff or never in general. I have never been to such a nasty hotel room and I have slept in way cheaper hotels before. This was the worst night I ever had by far.
This is a well run hotel with an excellent and courteous staff. This is my first stay here and Iâ€™ll be back without hesitation. You can spend much more for other hotels on the Sunset Strip. Iâ€™ve stayed at many of them. As prices climb value per dollar falls. The Grafton is relatively inexpensive, especially when on sale. It can be something of a bargain. Itâ€™s a comfortably casual place and caters to a young crowd (younger than me) more hip than chic, and thatâ€™s a blessing. It has all the standard amenities â€” a great pool, welcoming public areas, and a restaurant bar with prices so reasonable by Los Angeles standards as to be surprising. My stylish room wouldnâ€™t be called â€śluxurious.â€ť Itâ€™s not the Four Seasons, and for me thatâ€™s a plus. (The air conditioning isnâ€™t central, which at first feels dated but considering how often the AC notoriously goes out in one Strip hotel, itâ€™s a relief.) The room had a nice banquette seating area, a nearly new bathroom, and a terrific bed. if you want to be in the heart of West Hollywood and itâ€™s nearby clubs, comedy clubs, and good restaurants the Grafton is ideal. Ask for a room on the east side of the hotel, which as best I can tell is quieter than the west wing. One other thing: in some hotels the snacks are so pretentious I canâ€™t eat them. Here thankfully itâ€™s chocolate chip cookies, cheese crackers, m&ms, and nuts.
AlexDavidson - New York City, New York
Hotel was in a good location. Front counter staff were very friendly and happy to assist when asked. Would recommend this hotel. The only issue can be with some noise from the bar area and loud people waking down the corridors. Maybe there could be signs asking people to respect other guests by being quieter walking near the rooms. The gym was adequate for what I needed. A 30 second walk to The Comedy Store means there is always something to do and relatively cheap. Will stay here again when back in LA.
Jam19714 - Adelaide, Australia
Had 4 day stay here, on checkin the receptionist couldnt be more helpful, really friendly a gave us information on what was around the area, sadly i have forgotten her name. The hotel is on a busy street, but that didnt bother us. It was my wifes 60th birthday treat and was given a complimentry upgrade, the pool area looked lovely although we didnt use it. Sadly Olivers steak house was being refurbished, so only had breakfast at the hotel and this was fine, the bar 20 did meals but we decided to eat out, just get more out of our holiday. The room we had was great, the bathroom was a little compact but was useable. Found the bar and waiting staff all to be friendly and polite. Sunset plaza was only a short walk away, a good selection of restaurants could be found here. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay, my only point i didnt like is they put a hold on an amount on your credit card i was dubious about this, but was taken off a few days after checkout.
Alan Y - Treharris, United Kingdom