The infamous Chateau Marmont is an LA landmark; slightly hidden from the street, the historic hotel was built in 1927 and based on Château d'Amboise, in France. Inside the walls, the garden is drenched in that LA sunshine and surrounded by beautiful flowers and lush greens, making it hard to believe the rumors that the historic building is haunted. If you're lucky enough to be staying the night and can pull yourself out of the incredibly comfortable bed, head to the patio of the restaurant downstairs and sit in the midst of the amazing garden and order the burrata over bruschetta. Chateau Marmont is known for its privacy making it a celebrity power-lunch hotspot, so don't be surprised when suddenly face-to-face with a movie star—just don't take photos of live-tweet the action, or you'll be asked to leave faster than you can say "Isn't that the guy from…" The restaurant and bar are both plush, dimly lit and romantic, and where you'll find beautiful people oftentimes dressed in homage to old Hollywood. If you're looking to get out and do a little sightseeing, head down the street to sunset tower and check out its art deco design, or the incredible views of the city that it offers.