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A slick hotel with a secret bar in Los Angeles’ Koreatown.

The Los Angeles outpost of The Line is located in the heart of Koreatown—an area abutting Downtown and Hollywood that lays claim to being Los Angeles’ “24-hour” neighborhood. The buzzy hotel makes a virtue of its location inside a mid-century tower block: its 384 rooms have bare concrete walls and beds that face the large windows. The in-house restaurant Openair, located inside a large greenhouse next to the pool, serves shareable light plates from chef Josiah Citrin. Break Room 86, a speakeasy-style bar accessed via a retro vending machine, hosts live performances and karaoke evenings infused with nostalgia for Koreatown’s boom years in the 1980s.

The Line
3515 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles
California 90010
United States

  • Words:
    Oliver Hugemark
  • Photography:
    Adrian Gaut
  • Words:
    Oliver Hugemark
  • Photography:
    Adrian Gaut
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