Vivan Thi Tang

Silver Lake Pool & Inn

  • Where:
  • Why:A much needed staycation and respite from sizzling LA summer temperatures
  • When:June 2021
  • Who:Me — and my friend Emi joined for a late afternoon pool hang
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Silver Lake Pool & Inn Pleasantly surprised by the size of this room

Pleasantly surprised by the size of this room

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Good use of space — a shared wooden panel as a headboard and the back for a bench

Good use of space — a shared wooden panel as a headboard and the back for a bench

Silver Lake Pool & Inn The room

The room

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Main entrance

Main entrance

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Floral entrance

Floral entrance

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Instagram-friendly elevator tile signage

Instagram-friendly elevator tile signage

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Hotel signage

Hotel signage

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Hallway lounge

Hallway lounge

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Sunday brunch

Sunday brunch

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Trio of plants

Trio of plants

Silver Lake Pool & Inn From above

From above

Silver Lake Pool & Inn From the courtyard

From the courtyard

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Me and a view of Griffith Park

Me and a view of Griffith Park

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Rooftop pool

Rooftop pool

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Pool hangs with Emi

Pool hangs with Emi

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Blue sky

Blue sky

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Poolside with Emi

Poolside with Emi

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Poolside views

Poolside views

Silver Lake Pool & Inn More poolside views

More poolside views

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Rooftop view to Griffith Park and the Griffith Observatory

Rooftop view to Griffith Park and the Griffith Observatory

Silver Lake Pool & Inn Me and the pool

Me and the pool

Highs & Lows

  • Great location!

  • Good sized rooms and comfortable bed and pillows.

  • Spacious room, comfy bed.

  • Thoughtful design.

  • Nearby grocery store.

  • Lots of restaurants and bars in the area.

  • When the f&b offerings had to close early due to Covid regulations, we were able to bring our own food and drink!

  • We were there when the food and drink offerings were limited on Sundays due to Covid restrictions, but now everything's open from 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.

The Barometer

  • Design
  • Location
  • Future Forward
  • Night's Sleep
  • Service
  • Amenities
  • Takeable Treats
  • Refer a Friend
  • Overall Value
  • Life Changing
Total: 42/50

Important Bits

  • Type

    Lush Inn

  • Vibe

    Party and peaceful

  • Location

    Hidden gem in the heart of Silver Lake

  • Rooms

    54

  • Arrival Experience

    The main entrance is a shared entrance with the restaurant Marco Polo. A more direct entrance to reception is near the valet.

  • Future Forward

    Aside from offering the standard reuse of towels and sheets, I didn’t notice any additional features designed for sustainability. I also didn’t see any listings for cultural programs, but look forward to those when things open up more again

  • Music

    Current and relevant alternative, indie, and some hints of pop

  • Year Opened

    2019

  • Designed By

    Electric Bowery

  • Health & Wellness

    Pool

  • Food

    Yes, Marco Polo Trattoria offering coastal Italian cuisine using California ingredients

  • Bar, Events & Nightlife

    Restaurant and bar on the ground level

  • Minibar & Retail

    Nice and thoughtful gourmet minibar

  • Accessibility

    Yes — wheelchair accessible with several ramps and an elevator

  • Pet Friendly

    Yes

  • Children

    Yes

  • Price

    Good value for the size of the rooms, the location and the rooftop pool

  • Tel.

    +1 323 486 7225

  • Website

    Visit website

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