LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Following a mandatory closure as a result of the fires that ravaged Southern California in recent days, Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel, in the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los Angeles, has re-opened. The property is offering substantial rate reductions to evacuees and complimentary shelter to first responders who need a well-deserved break from battling the flames.
“Many of these fires are still blazing, and our first responders need a place to rest and regroup as they fight to keep our neighborhood safe,” said Adam Sydenham, Regional General Manager of Luxe Hotels. “As a community minded property, Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel is open and standing ready with an outstretched hand for our local Southern California residents that need a place to stay.”
With the red flag warning expected to last through the weekend, the property is providing masks and water bottles to all guests. As a pet friendly hotel, dogs and cats are welcome for those seeking a refuge.
For details on discounts and room blocks for first responders, please email Miranda.email@example.com. For more information on how to help those affected by the fires please visit http://www.redcross.org/local/california/los-angeles.
About Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel
Located where Bel Air meets Brentwood, the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel offers guests a quiet urban enclave striking distance from Bel Air, Hollywood and Southern California beaches. The property’s seven-acre spread serves as an ideal “home base” for those wishing to partake in the quintessential Los Angeles experience. The outdoor heated pool with its spacious deck, all nestled in a hillside in the shadows of famed Getty Center, provides in and of itself, a quiet respite in the second largest city in the USA. The first of two Luxe branded hotels corporately owned by veteran hotelier Efrem Harkham, the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel is hallmarked by personalized service to the individual needs of each guest. Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel, www.luxesunset.com is a brand of Harkham Hospitality, Inc.