Media Reviews of the Farmer’s Daughter Hotel
Read below for the latest news, articles, and reviews of the Farmer’s Daughter Hotel. There is plenty of media buzz surrounding our one-of-a-kind, Southern-style, West Hollywood landmark hotel.
A family the recently visited the Farmers Daughter Hotel had a really great time. It turns out mom writes for the Australian.
THE COOL LOS ANGELES TEST
I AM surfing the net looking for somewhere cool and affordable to stay in LA. With teenage sons in tow, their father and I are told that they are so not into Disney or studio tours or anything remotely touristy, thanks all the same.
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Refinery 29 Votes Farmers Daughter Hotel the Number 1 spot for a weekened get-away in Los Angeles.
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While booking our vacay to LA we were having difficulties finding where we wanted to call home for 10 days. It was important for my Mom, Sister and I to find a hotel with great hospitality, cleanliness, food, refreshing decor, peacefulness and comfort. Our Mom discovered this darling country meets contemporary wonderland named, The Farmer’s Daughter that exceeded all our needs and wants. The Farmer’s Daughter is a Boutique Hotel on Fairfax between Melrose and 3rd Street. This piece of down home heaven is located right in the heart of Hollywood, California! The Farmer’s Daughter location is Purrrrfect It’s across the street from the Grove, Farmer’s Market, CBS studios and The Price is Right!!! When arriving to the hotel we pulled up to an eye catching blue and white plaid building. How fancy!
The Farmer’s Daughter on Fairfax Avenue. Right across from the famous Farmer’s Market at Fairfax and 3rd. This is a small boutique hotel that we discovered via Fodor’s tourbook a few years ago. It is clean, reasonably priced and very cleverly decorated.
Holly Beck from one of the most influential design sites on the internet recently stayed at the Farmers Daughter Hotel.
And here is what she had to say about her stay.
For those fans of little House on the Prairie, Alison Angrim recently conducted a book signing here in Los Angeles across the street from our Restaurant. The book is called “CONFESSIONS OF A PRAIRIE BITCH”.
Afterward Alison and many of her friends and colleagues came to TART for some food and a few drinks.
Dr. Susan Block recently stayed at the Farmers Daughter Hotel in Room 101 for a little weekend R & R.
On her Blog. Human Sexuality Examiner, she writes about old experiences and new.
HOLLYWOOD (ABC 4 News) – Not only is the ballroom dance team from Utah Valley University basking in the sunlight today, but they’re also basking in the limelight.
TIME OUT Los Angeles gave us the Critics Choice Award . Here is small sample.
“You can tell instantly that this was once a basic motel. It’s a credit to the new owners of the gingham-giddy Farmer’s Daughter that it feels pretty fresh. The rooms have been duded up in blue and yellow checks and denim bedspreads; farm and barnyard humour abounds.”
The Full Article can be found at – http://www.timeout.com/los-angeles/hotels/venue/1%3A5730/farmers-daughter
Here is a a little snippet of the Editor is saying
“When you arrive at the Farmer’s Daughter, a boutique hotel in the Fairfax district of Los Angeles, the first thing you notice is how seemingly out of place it is: a rustic themed former motel in the heart of Jewish-Russian Los Angeles, home of kosher bakeries, temples and Russian mini-marts. Except across the street is the famous Farmer’s Market so perhaps it’s not so weird to deck out an entire hotel in country style. After all, this is Los Angeles where a home is literally a man’s castle and whatever fantasy he may have in mind as an abode. In the neighborhood behind the Farmer’s Daughter you find miniature faux chateaux, white-washed bungalows in Spanish hacienda style, and little Tudor mansions. Everything is possible
For the full story go here – http://www.mapplr.com/2010/04/09/farmers-daughter-wacky-farm-motif-in-la-motel/