Since the 1920’s, Culver City has been a significant center for motion picture and later television production, in part because it was home to MGM Studios for many years.  By enticing movie industry moguls such as Thomas Ince and Hal Roach to move into his city in the early years, Harry Culver’s plan played a vital role in bringing movie making into his backyard.

Culver City’s "Heart of Screenland " legacy includes Cecil B. DeMille's studio, MGM Studios, David O. Selznick Studios, RKO, Desilu and Culver Studios. Ince's 1915 Triangle Studio is now Sony Pictures, home of Columbia and TriStar Pictures. Hundreds of movies have been produced and filmed both on movie lots and in the streets of Culver City for decades, from the silent Laurel and Hardy classics to some of the most recent blockbuster releases.

Every room has a story to tell. Experience the understated elegance of a timeless yet spirited décor- where modern day amenities are seamlessly woven into our historic setting. Crystal chandeliers, antique oak armoires and reinvented vintage finds are artfully paired with contemporary custom made pieces, creating the perfect balance between classic and modern.