Transformation of the Farmer’s Daughter Boutique Hotel in Hollywood, California
The Farmer’s Daughter grew up on Fairfax between Melrose and 3rd Street when the area was not exactly what it is today. Back then, there was the historic Farmer’s Market area, but no Grove shopping mall. There was 3rd Street, but not all those cool shops. As the area revitalized in the late 90′s, the Farmer’s Daughter was also transformed from a simple country girl into an LA icon.
The critically acclaimed redesign of our renowned Los Angeles hotel has been featured in magazines and newspapers (read more Farmer’s Daughter Press). Just about everyone who knows the area can’t forget the distinct décor of the outside. It’s Los Angeles modern meets country kitsch. It’s country-style rooms with down-home hospitality. The Farmer’s Daughter Hotel is just a great place to stay in the heart of Los Angeles.