A hotel that overlooks Hollywood. For a small and famous net red hotel, [Korea City], it seems that this is not a shame, at most a bit of a clich. But in Los Angeles, who doesn't want to open the window, they can look at the Hollywood Hills, so we stayed at LINE. The bustling Los Angeles has never lacked interesting hotels, but when The Line opened, it was still refreshing. It was originally a colonial revival building built in the 1940s. Behind the multicolored faade is the cool interior style of the icy cement wall. Many fashionable elements are closer to Hollywood. There is also an open-air swimming pool, which is very American, and the American pool party that is often seen in movies is nothing more than sitting in such an environment. Some self-service meals, a cup of frosty drink, friends who want to relax, may wish to take a swim, eat some snacks, and then bathe in the comfort of the sun all afternoon.