An enticing array of services and amenities enhance your stay at the Dixie Hollywood Hotel, among them a friendly knowledgable staff, concierge desk, free parking (rare in Los Angeles), and complimentary high-speed wireless internet access. Our helpful front desk staff will also assist you in making your airport shuttle reservations.
We invite you to take an invigorating dip in our welcoming outdoor pool, especially after a day of meetings, or sightseeing and visiting attractions in Hollywood.
The Dixie Hollywood Hotel is a tribute by two sisters to a third, Dixie, whose life was cut short much too soon by a drunk driver. Looking to turn a negative into a positive, the two surviving sisters created a hotel in her name that embodies the essence of who Dixie was...humble, classy, artistic, environmentally aware, compassionate, serene, and so much more.
Today, the Dixie Hollywood Hotel is a pet-friendly retro motor inn with a classy edge. An oasis along bustling Hollywood Boulevard, the hotel is lushly planted with palm trees, decorated in a calming neutral palette, and offers thoughtful amenities like Yoga bolsters with instructions on a few key poses.
The Dixie Hollywood Hotel incorporates environmentally friendly materials throughout and continually strives to reduce its carbon footprint — including operating an 80% paperless corporate office and paperless check-in/check- out.
A hotel with a conscience, not only do the owners take a holistic approach to employee management, but all toiletries and in-room amenities are collected, cleaned, recycled, and then distributed to domestic homeless shelters and developing countries. Gently worn linens are donated to a local domestic violence shelter and more heavily worn linens are donated to a local animal shelter. A portion of the hotel’s revenue is donated to help promote drunk driving awareness through organizations like MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) and others, and hotel management encourages guests who may have indulged a bit too much to call them to arrange for a return taxi versus getting behind the wheel themselves.
Dramatic murals of James Dean, Marilyn Monroe, and other notables by local artist “Max” grace the walls — and have become a trademark picture spot for all guests who pass through. In fact the property — and its onsite “Modern American Diner” restaurant, 54Twenty (currently closed under renovation) — have become popular locations for many TV show and magazine photos shoots.
And so this 70-room hotel right on Hollywood Boulevard where Dixie herself used to work at the front desk, today welcomes guests who seek something unique — a five-star experience at a three-star price — all just a stone’s throw from the Hollywood Walk of Fame.