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Food Allergy-Friendly Hotels + Airbnb

Spokin City Guide Los Angeles, CA

The Viceroy

You’re steps away from it all at this Santa Monica mainstay - the beach, Third Street Promenade shops and the Santa Monica Pier’s famous Ferris wheel. With two outdoor pools, surf lessons and bike rentals, the Viceroy is perfectly suited for families traveling with young children.  

Details: viceroyhotelsandresorts.com/en/santamonica

Loews Hotel

Located right on the beach and a short stroll from the Santa Monica Pier, Loews goes out of its way to accommodate families. Their “Loews Loves Kids” program offers access to child-proofing kits, a closet stocked with travel necessities (like car seats, potty seats and strollers), and free welcome kits for children under 10. During summer months, they also host kids’ games at the oceanfront pool.

Details: loewshotels.com


You’ll feel right at home at Palihouse in West Hollywood. Settle into an extra-large room designed to accommodate extended-stay guests, fill the fridge with your favorite foods, and rinse the sand off your bathing suits in the en suite washer/dryer. This location puts you near prime shopping streets like Melrose Avenue and Robertson Boulevard and offers babysitting services for couples in need of a date night.

Details: palihouse.com

Shutters On The Beach

Walk out the back door of this luxury hotel, step onto the sand and dive into the Pacific. This oceanfront playground is quintessentially California. In addition to five-star rooms, Shutters offers bike rentals, a heated pool and babysitting services. The roller coaster on Santa Monica Pier, shops on the Third Street Promenade and the aquarium are all within walking distance.

Details: shuttersonthebeach.com

The Beverly Hills Hotel

Surrounded by 12 acres of lush landscaping, this legendary hotel feels more like a resort right off Sunset Boulevard. They are used to catering to Hollywood’s biggest stars and will go out of their way to make you (and your kids) feel special. Children are given VIP cards to use at the old-fashioned soda fountain, which regularly accommodates food allergies, while parents get some breathing room in the extra-large rooms or suites.

Spokin Tip: Children are given a welcome gift of chocolate chip cookies and milk upon arrival, but call ahead to request an allergy-friendly option.

Details: dorchestercollection.com


City Guide Los Angeles Airbnb

"You came to the right place! As people living with allergies ourselves, we make it a point to accommodate travelers living with allergies." - Julia, Host

This upscale private home in the heart of Hollywood has five stars and space for the whole family to run around. If you're looking for food nearby, the house is just a walk away from several vegan restaurants, a Whole Foods and a Trader Joe's. Julia also provides a selection of soy, gluten- and nut-free snacks.

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