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Dwight Yoakam's 1998 music video for "These Arms" stars Vince Vaughn and Joey Lauren Adams; it was filmed on the Sunset Strip and most of the scenes take place at Andaz West Hollywood. Back then it was called Hyatt West Hollywood. When Vince pushes through the crowd to find Joey Lauren Adams' he is in a taxi that pulls into the back entrance of the hotel. Once he arrives at the party, they are on the rooftop pool. #TT  
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Eat, Drink and Be Married at Andaz Liverpool Street, in East London. #weddings #andaz #london #shoreditch
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YouTube Video Filmed in Hotel Goes Viral on Valentine’s Day
Three inseparable best friends, Nicole, Mike and Gabby grew up together in West Hollywood, California. Two of them will marry each other today. You’re invited to witness how it all turns out…  
Marriage Equality USA (MEUSA) released a YouTube video about marriage equality this Valentine’s Day. The project is called SHE4MarriageEquality (SHE4ME) and it is a five minute video starring Gabrielle Christian, Nicole Pacent, Mike C. Manning, Steve Tyler, and features several cameos by actors who have portrayed seminal gay roles.
Scenes are paired to a song called “She” by singer-songwriter Jen Foster. Foster, who appears in the film as “The Wedding Singer”, wrote the song over a decade ago – “She” became a favorite within the lesbian community, often used in commitment ceremonies. The song received a makeover by music producer Eve Nelson who reworked the musical arrangement and re-recorded new vocals with Foster. 
Acclaimed Lesbian filmmaker Nicole Conn  known for her groundbreaking lesbian films Claire Of The Moon (1992), Elena Undone (2010) and A Perfect Ending (2012) starring Barbara Niven and Jessica Clarke (vampire goddess “Lilith” HBO True Blood)  directed the made-for-YouTube PSA. In January, Wolfe Video named Conn the #1 LGBT Feature film Writer/Director of all time.
Wedding scenes were filmed at Andaz West Hollywood, where actual same-sex weddings have been taking place lately. The hotel will run a teaser clip of the video on TVs in all 239 of its guestrooms.
Marriage Equality USA (MEUSA), the largest grassroots organization in the United States working towards legal recognition of same-sex marriage in all fifty states, partnered with Melke to produce this social project. 
Brian Silva, Executive Director for Marriage Equality USA says: "Music and video projects like this have the power to impact millions of viewers by showing the love and commitment that is celebrated and protected by passing civil marriage equality for LGBTQ families." 
Melke brings experience in LGBT media and music-centric projects to the table, they currently represents Jen Foster and they are producing Nicole Conn’s next film. Next, Melke is teaming up with WingSpan Pictures and GLSEN to produce the feature length "Love Is All You Need", in support of anti-bullying.
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We’ve been following Colin RIch since he released LA Light two years ago. We were lucky enough to meet him, Colin dropped by to shoot from our rooftop one evening. This third and final installment of his breathtaking homage to Los Angeles will bring chills to the staunchest of characters.
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Get to know Fifth Harmony

Vevo filmed video clips introducing girl group, Fifth Harmony. Videos were filmed at Andaz West Hollywood. 

Fifth Harmony is an American girl group formed on the second season of The X Factor. The group consists of members Ally Brooke Hernandez, Normani Hamilton, Dinah Jane Hansen, Camila Cabello, and Lauren Jauregui.

VEVO is a joint venture music video website owned and operated by Universal Music Group, Google, Sony Music Entertainment, and Abu Dhabi Media. The videos on Vevo are syndicated across the web, with Google and Vevo sharing the advertising revenue. 

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The Aussie boy band — Brock Jays, Tyrone Georgiadis, Luke Howell and Wade Smith — flew to Los Angeles this month to film the video for their much anticipated second single, How We Do.

“The song is about going out on the weekend, getting wild with your mates and family and forgetting about all the c**p that goes on during the week,” the group’s Brock Jays told Confidential.

They spent a week shooting in LA, showcasing iconic locations like Mel’s Diner, the Andaz Hotel, the Hollywood sign and the Sunset Strip.

They also filmed at the LA River and under the 6th Street bridge, where the boys stripped down to their undies.

At the end of that scene, they stumbled across the set of an adult movie.

“It was a long day of filming and we decided we would get a bit crazy and stripped down but not completely naked,” laughed Jays.

“After that, we just finished shooting and just at the entrance to this tunnel where we went down we bumped into a man and three ladies ready to do a soft porn shoot. They were in leotards completely made out of mesh so of course us boys helped the women down the steep hill.”


How We Do is the follow up to the groups first release, Time Of Our Lives, which saw the band named the country’s top independent artist of 2013 and peaked at number two on the Australian Single Chart.

They shot the clip for Time Of Our Lives in Phuket.

The new song is officially released at the end of next month and next up is an album for the band made famous for competing on The X Factor.

“We’ve got a lot of tracks put down and we are just getting the right vibe for all of us, what to release next and what to get out there,” said Jays.

WHAT About Tonight have chosen the city of angels to shoot their next video clip.
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Have a pool day in March. Andaz is opening Sundeck Bar (@ rooftop pool) this Saturday from 12 Noon to 5 PM. Full bar, frozen cocktails, pool bites.
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Get a free pair of tickets to see the legendary Martha Davis and The Motels this Sunday - for the 50th anniversary of the historic Whisky A Go Go! We only have a few tickets to go around so act fast! All you need to do is: 

(1.) share your favorite Martha Davis and The Motels video on your Facebook wall

(2.) with this in your status update “I love Martha Davis and The Motels!”

(3.) tag both Andaz West Hollywood and @Martha Martha Davis and The Motels

We’ll notify the lucky fans tomorrow at 12 PM The Sunset Strip Time.

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Celebrating 50 Years of Rock & Roll at the Whisky A Go Go 
Sunday, January 19, 2014
Doors at 7 PM
Red Carpet Ceremony at 7:30 PM

#themotels #andaz #whiskyagogo #thesunsetstrip #weho
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Hyatt, Andaz West Hollywood's parent company, has been named one of the “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality” after receiving for the ninth consecutive year a 100 percent rating on the 2013 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), an annual report administered since 2002 by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), which is America’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization.

“Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality”

The HRC’s CEI report provides an in-depth analysis and rating of large U.S. employers and their policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.

Hyatt’s 100 percent rating includes perfect marks for the company’s protection against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, parity of health care benefits for domestic partners, diversity training, internal resources for LGBT workers, and external support for the LGBT community.

The full CEI report is available online at and is the premiere national benchmark for LGBT workplace inclusion.

“Enhancing and sustaining a positive work experience for our associates around the world is our priority. We must be an inclusive company if we are going to attract and retain diverse associates with the talent, energy and attitude to create experience for guests that will make Hyatt their first hotel choice,” said Robb Webb, chief human resources officer, Hyatt Hotels Corporation.

Hyatt was the first major hotel company to offer domestic partner benefits, including changes to bereavement policies, which created FMLA-like benefits for domestic partners not required under federal law at the time. Hyatt has also included sexual orientation in its Equal Employment Opportunity policy since 2000, and added gender identity in 2002. In summer 2012, Hyatt made a statement in support of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).

Over the years, Hyatt has worked with other LGBT organizations, including the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, and the Point Foundation Chicago, among others.

Hyatt has also shown its support and commitment to LGBT associates through the formation of HyPride, an employee networking group for members and supporters of the LGBT community, which gives all Hyatt associates the opportunity to have a voice within the company.

To celebrate LGBT Pride Month 2012, Hyatt teamed up with the Human Rights Campaign to raise awareness of the organization’s mission and Hyatt’s commitment to fostering an inclusive and welcoming environment for LGBT associates and guests. Volunteers from HyPride joined HRC representatives volunteering at seven Pride events across the country.

Last month, Hyatt associates across the United States joined HyPride to celebrate and bring awareness to Spirit Day. Spirit Day, organized by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), was started in 2010 by high school student Brittany McMillan as a way to show support for LGBT youth and to take a stand against bullying of such individuals. Hyatt supported its participation of Spirit Day on Facebook and Twitter, and continues to team up with GLAAD and its programs.

Hyatt has a long history of being a recognized leader in promoting and nurturing a diverse workforce and it remains steadfastly committed to diversity in the workplace.

About The Human Rights Campaign

The Human Rights Campaign is America’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality. By inspiring and engaging all Americans, HRC strives to end discrimination against LGBT citizens and realize a nation that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all.

About Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Hyatt Hotels Corporation, headquartered in Chicago, is a leading global hospitality company with a proud heritage of making guests feel more than welcome. Thousands of members of the Hyatt family strive to make a difference in the lives of the guests they encounter every day by providing authentic hospitality. The Company's subsidiaries manage, franchise, own and develop hotels and resorts under the Hyatt®, Park Hyatt®, Andaz®, Grand Hyatt®, Hyatt Regency®, Hyatt Place® and Hyatt HouseTM brand names and have locations on six continents. Hyatt Residential Group, Inc., a Hyatt Hotels Corporation subsidiary, develops, operates, markets or licenses Hyatt ResidencesTM and Hyatt Residence ClubTM. As of September 30, 2012, the Company's worldwide portfolio consisted of 496 properties in 45 countries. For more information, please visit
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Dana Miller's 18th Annual Toy Box Party benefiting the client families of APLA is set for this Saturday, Dec. 7, from 4-8 p.m. at the Andaz West Hollywood on the Sunset Strip. 

Over the years this free party has collected over 100,000 toys, bringing warmth and joy to local families affected by HIV/AIDS. As always, your gift of a new unwrapped toy is your admission to the blowout party. 

"This all-volunteer soiree is a party with a cause," says Miller. "Thanks to HBO, the great folks at the Andaz and sponsors Joia Soda, Dr. Leif Rogers, US Bank and a truly awesome gaggle of honorary elves, the Toy Box Party bash continues to make a difference in the quality of life for some of our neighbors. It's a very real blessing." 

APLA will toss a toy distribution party for the families in mid-December.

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8401 Sunset Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90069
8401 Sunset BlvdUSCAWest Hollywood90069
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Located in the heart of the world-famous Sunset Strip, the Andaz West Hollywood delivers an innovative hospitality experience blending personal preferences with attentive and uncomplicated service in its 239 guest rooms, rooftop pool, meeting and event spaces. 
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Legendary rock-star haunt turned boutique hotel with sleek rooms, rooftop pool & Sunset Strip views.- Google
People talk about rooftop pool, valet parking, house of blues, rock n roll and non-alcoholic
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Kellie McDonald
reviewed 2 months ago
Absolutely fabulous for the price..... it is not the London, but it is very very nice and our room was plenty big enough for us and our 2 kids for a 3 night stay..... very helpful staff in a great location.....will definitely return.
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Noella Downs
reviewed a year ago
Really great retro feel, great atmosphere. A bit pricey but worth it!
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Digvijoy Chatterjee
reviewed a year ago
Chic property on sunset Boulevard. Very nice rooms and facilities. Wonderful rooftop swimming pool with good views. Lounge has some nice artwork, the restaurant in the hotel is good, limited options and very expensive. To get to a more happening part of sunset need to walk about 5 blocks towards higher addresses on sunset don't remember what direction it is.
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Jeff Cohen
reviewed a year ago
Ten out of Ten! Awesome rooms, fantastic service, stellar breakfast, free snacks in the room, great sun-room area connected to the room overlooking Hollywood Blvd, super nice rooftop pool and lounge area, and the location (walkable to everything) is unbeatable. I'll keep this review short and sweet as it's simply a can't-miss if you're looking for a place to stay in West Hollywood.
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Eric Lindberg
reviewed a year ago
Lovely hotel that is on Sunset. I stay here quite often and would definitely recommend it for it's staff's service and the hotel's amenities. They have some odd furniture choices and room spread outs but I guess that goes with the hipster vibe the place sometimes gives off; but hey it is Los Angeles right? Also if you go there in the summer check out the rooftop pool for some of the best views in LA.
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Bryce Eilenberg
reviewed a year ago
Charged $1036 to park for 4 hours, and they wouldn't reverse the charge! This review is specifically about the parking lot behind to the hotel. I have used their parking lot several times to park for concerts at the House of Blues. The most recent time I parked there for a concert on June 26th, 2012, I gave the attendant my ticket and quickly payed without really paying attention because I thought the charge was going to be $10 as usual. Several days later I got a call for fraud alert from my credit card company saying I had a charge from Hyatt Hotels for $1036! I called the valet manager and apparently the ticket that the attendant put in the machine was over a month old and they charged me for 32 days. The valet manager wouldn't reverse the charge and kept feeding me BS like "our security cameras are dark at night, so we couldn't even go back and look to see if ur car was there or not." What exactly are security cameras good for if they can't see what is going on in your own garage!? The best part is a lost ticket only charges $96 dollars. How the hell can you justify charging someone over $1000 when a lost ticket is only $96 dollars? I ended up having to sue the company that runs the parking lot (LAZ Parking) and show proof that I was at my work in Torrance at the time their machine said I supposedly pulled into the lot, and then show proof that my car couldn't possibly have been in their lot because I had a receipt for an oil change within the 32 days with my car identification on it. I just went to court today and won. Now I get to go through the fun of collecting the money. TL;DR - Got charged over $1000 just to park for 4 hours, and they wouldn't reverse the charge. I had to go through small claims court to get my money back.
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