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FYF Fest: The 5 Best LA Hotels for Music Festival Bliss

FYF Fest Los Angeles Hotels
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* Best LA hotels to stay in for FYF Fest
* Walking distance to some of LA’s top restaurants and shopping centers
* A quick uber or bus ride to Exposition Park

Get excited, music lovers! FYF (short for F*ck Yeah Fest) returns to Exposition Park in Los Angeles from July 21-23. The 14th annual event, which got its start as a DIY punk rock festival in Echo Park, will include performances across six stages with headliners including Missy Elliott, Bjork, Iggy Pop, A Tribe Called Quest, Solange, Frank Ocean, Nine Inch Nails, Little Dragon, Erykah Badu and dozens more.

This year marks the first time that the long-running festival will expand to three days, and for those lucky enough to attend 1, 2 or 3 shows, you’re going to need a comfy bed to rest your head (and feet). Here are 5 of our best hotels in the surrounding area, that’s sure to make your music festival experience one to remember.

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1. Mama Shelter

An experiment that started in Paris in 2008 by the Trigano family, Mama Shelter opened its doors in the heart of Hollywood in 2015 and never looked back. Designed by Thierry Gaugain, Mama Shelter LA is set in a 30s-era building with six-stories overlooking the City of Angels. Guests rooms are decorated with eclectic furnishings, neon lighting, and king size beds, so you can catch some zzz’s after a long day and dream of the magical performances you’ve just witnessed.

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2. The LINE Hotel

Tucked between Hollywood and Downtown, the LINE Hotel is another must-stay spot to consider. The trendy LINE hotel offers an eye-catching mix of luxury and industrial design. The guest rooms offer killer views of the city, and plenty of natural light to help you rise and shine after a long night. The LINE is also home to some of LA’s most-loved restaurants, including Commissary or Pot – both helmed by LA-born street-food master, Roy Choi.

Line Hotel Image courtesy of Klewin Construction

  

3. Farmer’s Daughter Hotel

Located in LA’s Fairfax District, this boutique hotel fuses rustic charm and urban style with an elegant touch. Located right across the street from CBS Television City, The Original Farmers Market and The Grove shopping mall, a stay at Farmer’s Daughter is also a short walk from Museum Row on Wilshire Boulevard’s Miracle Mile and an easy bus ride to Exposition Park. With their spacious rooms, friendly staff and in-house restaurant, Tart – Farmer’s Daughter Hotel is everything you need top off any music festival adventure in Los Angeles.

Farmer's Daughter Hotel Image courtesy of The Original Farmers Market

  

4. Ace Hotel

After a long day of dancing and music, the Ace Hotel is a hip yet luxurious sanctuary, whether you want to relax or keep the party going after the festival. Located in Downtown LA, the Ace offers minimalist guest rooms decked out with musician-friendly amenities including record players and headphones. After FYF comes to end, grab your friends and head over to their rooftop bar at The Ace for some of the best views of city and tasty craft cocktails. You can also cool off in their rooftop swimming pool when you want to cool off after a hot day in the sun.

Ace Hotel Image courtesy of Ace Hotel

  

5. Hotel Normandie

This stylish boutique hotel is set in a restored 1926 brick building in the center of LA’s thriving Koreatown neighborhood. It boasts a multi-million dollar renovation and is just a one-block walk from the Metro Purple Line station, which makes this an easy and convenient trip to and from Exposition Park. Plus, the Normandie also offers a complimentary continental breakfast in the morning, and has 2 in-house restaurants and a swanky bar for post-festival cocktails.

Hotel Normandie Image courtesy of Star Chefs

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