Hotels for Families in Los Angeles

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Updated: January 3, 2024

Best Family Hotels in L.A.

• Family Suite: Residence Inn
• Best Pool: Beverly Hills Hotel
• Family of 4: Andaz
• Family of 5: London W. Hollywood
• Family of 6: Freehand
• Near LAX: Hyatt Regency
• Disneyland: JW Marriott
• Universal Studios: Hilton
• Beach: ShuttersCasa del Mar

Staying in Los Angeles with Kids

My boys playing on wonderful Venice Beach in Los Angeles.

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The 6 Best Hotels for Families in L.A.

1. JW Marriott L.A. LIVE – Downtown

Hotel for families with pool in downtown L.A.
Great hotel close to Crypto Arena for Lakers, Kings, Sparks, and Clippers games. Nice outdoor pool. The Junior King Suite (where we stayed) is huge. Aesthetically it’s almost too much open space but for a family of 4 or 5 it’s perfect.

2. Four Seasons Los Angeles – Beverly Hills

Family-friendly resort in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.
Great pool, staff, and rooms. Good location for shopping, sightseeing, and museums. Suites are large and can comfortably sleep a family of 4, 5, or 6. Wonderful kid-friendly breakfasts.

3. Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows – Santa Monica

Family Hotel in Santa Monica
Suites and bungalows are great and typically have 1 king and 1 sofa bed. Great outdoor pool. Located in a very fun area close to the beach, pier, and many restaurants. (Note: Santa Monica is LA’s most expensive area and the Fairmont is the best hotel near the beach.)

4. Andaz – West Hollywood

West Hollywood Hotel with Pool.
Nice rooftop pool and good restaurant with kids menu. Great location for families. The Hop-on/Hop-off sightseeing bus stops right outside the door. Suites are gorgeous and sleep families of 4 or 5.

5. Holiday Inn Walk of Fame – Hollywood

Family Hotel in Hollywood
Great cheap/midrange hotel for families. Largish rooms are great value for the LA area. Good location and small outdoor pool (Note: The Queen suites are larger than the King suites.)

6. AKA – Beverly Hills

Hotel for family of 4, 5, or 6 in Los Angeles.In the heart of Beverly Hills and a 5-minute walk to Rodeo Drive. One-bedroom and two-bedroom townhomes and suites have fully equipped kitchens and are fantastic for families. Pet friendly too. The only drawback is that they have a one-week minimum stay.

More Good Hotels for Families in LA

These hotels have large rooms and a kid-friendly vibe.

  • London West Hollywood (5-Star) – Beverly Hills
    One and two-bedroom suites sleep family of 4 or 5. Great location and nice outdoor pool.
  • The Langham Huntington (5-Star) – Pasadena
    Beautiful relaxing grounds & nice pool. Deluxe doubles are good for families.
  • Residence Inn by Marriott (3-Star) – Beverly Hills
    2 bedroom suites have kitchenette and 2 queen and a sofa bed. Small indoor pool.
  • Hotel Erwin (4-Star) – Santa Monica
    Ocean view suites are large and have 1 king and 1 sofa bed – but no pool. Very close to Venice Beach boardwalk.
  • Ramada Plaza by Wyndham (3-Star) – West Hollywood
    Two-bedroom suites sleep family of 5.
  • Lexen Hotel (3-Star) – Hollywood
    Two-bedroom suites sleep family of 5.
  • The Adler (3-Star) – Hollywood
    Queen room with 2 queen beds. Outdoor pool. Short drive to Universal Studios. Free parking.
  • Loews Hollywood Hotel (4-Star) – Hollywood
    Family rooms have 2 king beds. Nice outdoor pool.
  • Freehand Los Angeles (4-Star) – Downtown LA
    Some rooms have 6 single beds (and sleep family of 6), some have 8 single beds (and sleep 8). Rooftop pool. Close to Staples Center.
  • Hilton Los Angeles – Universal City
    Great outdoor pool and deck with a nice grassy area. One-bedroom king suites are large. Very close to Universal Studios (free shuttle or 5-minute walk).

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