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Sometimes experiencing a new destination includes doing as the locals do, and Los Angeles is known for its vibrant nightlife. Check out some of the Loews Hollywood Hotel Concierge team’s favorite Hollywood nightclubs — the hottest hot spots for hitting the town like a celebrity with your entourage in tow!

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OHM Nightclub

Concierge, Nico Wilson

“My nightlife suggestion would definitely be OHM Nightclub. I’ve been there a few times and every time is great. They have a gorgeous venue, hot crowd and the best DJs. The main room features cutting-edge special effects and lighting on moving trusses, as well as 150,000 watts of sound. The chill-out lounge located off the main club has a hip industrial décor, intimate seating and a separate DJ. They even have an outdoor patio with a separate bar overlooking Hollywood Blvd and the famous El Capitan Theatre. OHM is definitely one of the hottest clubs in the city with celebrities hosting every week, not to mention it’s within walking distance to the hotel in the connecting Hollywood & Highland Shopping Center!”

Create Club

Concierge, Ana Morales

If you’re looking to dance the night away Concierge Ana recommends Create Nightclub (pictured at top). It can accommodate up to 1,500 guests and offers a full-service menu as well as specialty cocktails created by renowned mixologists. I wonder who will be spinning during your stay?

“It’s a vibrant hot spot featuring well-known electronic dance music DJs & experimental emerging talent. They offer great VIP service and it is only about a mile distance from our hotel.”

Dress Code: Fashionable Attire. No Sandals, No Tank Tops, No Shorts, No Baggy Attire, No Offensive Graphics, No Backpacks. *All Subject To Door Operations Discretion.

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Doheny Room

Concierge, Christopher Mooney

Doheny Room, on the border of West Hollywood & Beverly Hills, is a brand new lounge in an ultra-hip location (near Melrose and the Pacific Design Center). With food from Chef Danny Elmaleh, the fare is inspired by Los Angeles’ famous food truck scene and the diversity of unrelated eating options these trucks make available in a single space.

Designed in partnership with Rockwell Group, Doheny Room pays homage to LA mogul Edward Doheny with plenty of Art Deco vibes that give the two-story space an early 20th century feel. Expect floor-to-ceiling windows, shutter treatments and abundant greenery.

I recently went here for my birthday, and had an incredible time. The ‘who’s who’ of celebrities tend to buy tables here!”

Thanks, Team! Looks like we better dress to impress when hitting these popular Hollywood hotspots… you never know who you’ll run into!

Rachelle