Update: New West Hollywood EDITION Now Taking Reservations For November

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Back in May, I wrote about the much delayed West Hollywood Edition finally opened up reservations for December 2019. There was no announcement from Marriott or the property to let us know that reservations had opened up but, with the property originally set to throw open its doors in “late 2018”, it was a case of better late than never.

Well, now it would appear that the West Hollywood EDITION is ready to accept guests a little earlier and the previously blacked out month of November…

…is now available to be booked:

Also, this may not be the last time we see the new EDITION property open up earlier reservations dates as, when you use Marriott.com to search for properties in LA or West Hollywood for dates earlier than November 2019, the website suggests the West Hollywood EDITION may open its doors as early as September 2019:

Bottom Line

Having watched this property being built from the moment a giant hole was dug in the ground for the foundations…

…and having now experienced another EDITION property (the London EDITION) I’m genuinely interested (and a little excited) to see how this property turns out.

Yes, I know that EDITION is one of the annoying Marriott brands which chooses not to provide top-tier elites with breakfast, but I’m willing to look past that if we get a decent hotel that can be booked with points in West Hollywood.

West Hollywood is almost devoid of good properties which can be booked using one of the mainstream hotel currencies and the fact is that the one decent property that one can book using a mainstream currency (the Andaz West Hollywood) is playing games with award availability and levying a ridiculous ‘destination fee’ on all bookings.

Fortunately, as things stand, it doesn’t look like the new EDITION will be charging a destination/facility/resort fee (long may that continue) so that, combined with its great location and attractive design, this could be a very nice option for travelers looking to stay in one of the nicer cites which make up Los Angeles.