The W Hollywood, near the corner of Hollywood and Vine (it's directly above its Metro stop), was the first and largest LEED-compliant property in L.A., W Hollywood combines eco-conscious construction with stylish design, luxury finishes, and 305 large studios and one-bedroom suites with a signature bed with a feather-top mattress, 350-thread-count Egyptian-cotton sheets, and goose down comforter—all the comforts of Caligula. In truth, it lives a double life: There's your room and then there's the social life in its common spaces to which you may not feel invited. There's the hotel's signature Living Room (essentially a large lounge that fills a hangarlike lobby); at Station Hollywood, an outdoor living room, theater, and lounge (preferred by smokers); at the rooftop pool; at the enormous fitness center; at Bliss Hollywood, a 6,075-sq.-ft. full-service spa; or a roomtop pool deck that in its time has doubled as the hottest afternoon club in Los Angeles, and is still trying very hard to be cool. The hotel's signature restaurant is Delphine, a 6,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor French bistro and raw bar. Right out your door are the sidewalk stars of the eastern end of the touristy part of Hollywood Boulevard, and underfoot, the Red Line takes you all over town.