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In Los Angeles’ Koreatown, visitors can find themselves enticed by aromas emanating from the numerous Korean barbecue restaurants on every block, or can stop for a bowl of Vietnamese pho at almost any time of the night, before breaking into song at a karaoke bar. It’s also the home of the new The Line Hotel, a renovated mid-century building featuring expansive glass windows that offer guests rooms with a view of the Hollywood sign or the downtown skyline. The stylish, contemporary interiors have been designed by Sean Knibb and feature original artwork and many have objets d’art as part of the décor. Guests can relax on loungers by the pool deck, breathing in the scents of citrus trees in the landscaped garden, or head down to Roy Choi’s Pot for a hotpot fusion dinner or drink. With a subway stop steps away, getting downtown couldn’t be easier.