Your Historic Los Angeles Hotel - Hotel Normandie
At Hotel Normandie, our rich history is simply part of our charm. And as we embark on this new chapter, we're looking fondly upon the past.
Hotel Normandie has deep roots in LA's Wilshire District - developed in 1926 by famed Los Angeles architects Albert R. Walker and Percy A. Eisen.
The Walker & Eisen architectural duo produced many of Los Angeles' most iconic buildings during the 1920's and 30's including the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, United Theatre on Broadway and the Fine Arts Building. Hotel Normandie's façade was pure Renaissance Revival while the interiors held a distinct, Spanish colonial revival motif. Notable residents included English author Malcolm Lowry, who completed his pièce de résistance "Under the Volcano" here during the 30's, and Mrs. H.F. Bruner who famously prepared lavish turkey dinners each Sunday for just $1.
Our hope is to expand respectfully on the allure and unique qualities of our historic hotel in Los Angeles. We're stripping Hotel Normandie down to the basics and restoring all of the features that made her so special. We're excited to create a whole new generation of memories. You belong here - book your stay.