Frieze Los Angeles

February 2021

Los Angeles

The LINE

3515 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, 90010
United States
At the heart of Koreatown the LINE LA, a second home for neighbors and travelers seeking a rich, layered experience unlike any other in Los Angeles

Reimagined by designer Sean Knibb, the LINE Hotel, originally built in 1964, embraces its mid-century bones and culturally rich neighborhood to create an inspiring boutique hotel experience. A place of community and gathering, the LINE LA’s lobby is a home away from home for visitors and Angelenos. Between locally crafted dishes by native Angeleno and two-star Michelin Chef, Josiah Citrin, a shop curated by art and design collective Poketo, and nightlife vibes designed by the Houston Brothers, the LINE LA delivers a rich, layered, urban experience unlike any other in Los Angeles.

The LINE is proud to offer Best Available Rates to Frieze guests using the code FRIEZE

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