Los Angeles | February 11, 2015 9:00 am

Romantic Getaway: This Hotel

Close by. Eclectic. Unique. Awesome.

Let us now praise boutique hotels.

All the comforts of home. All the romance of an escape. The feeling, in each unique room, that you’re stepping into someone else’s well-appointed life.

Want your pillows fluffed like that? Check into the swanky new Hotel Covell, just now open.

This is where you go for a romantic liaison.

Sequestered in a 1930s manse on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Feliz, Hotel Covell is a truly eclectic wonderland of rooms for rent.

The hotel is based on the life and times of George Covell, who hailed from Oklahoma — just like owner and Eastside Establishment founder Dustin Lancaster.

Lancaster also owns the Bar Covell, a neighborhood favorite housed on the first floor.

Each room — designed by Sally Breer, of CO-Mingle and Shopclass — depicts a different phase of George’s life, from boyhood in Oklahoma to his golden years in Los Angeles. 

You should stay in Room Four or Room Five.

The former is a suite with a record player, spacious bathroom with a clawfoot tub, and space to entertain. The latter has an unobstructed view of Griffith Park.

All rooms are stocked with Malin+Goetz products and a mid-century fridge stocked with local eats and drinks. Each bed is lined with comfy linens from Parachute.

And outside, you’ve got the delightfully walkable and restaurant-laden Los Feliz.

Book it.

Images courtesy of Bethany Nauert