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Silver Lake Pool & Inn sits on a corner just south of the Sunset Junction in the heart of Silver Lake, one of the most exciting neighborhoods in all of Los Angeles, and one that we love. We are proudly surrounded by people that have created a community supported by the community. We are a short stroll from some of the best restaurants in the city and an active art and music scene with indie shops, galleries and cafés filled with locals who inspire and influence the neighborhood’s one-of-a-kind culture. Our Inn features an elevated pool deck, 54 oversized guest rooms and suites as well as Marco Polo, a vibrant, heritage-driven Italian outdoor restaurant and bar.


Our rooms and suites offer everything you would ever need for a comfortable stay, all with a front-row seat to Silver Lake’s dynamic energy. Accommodations have warm, lush and luxurious touches with every room getting a healthy dose of Southern California sunlight. Free Wi-Fi, fully stocked gourmet minibars, 55″ HDTV’s, safes and Diptyque bath amenities lovingly included.

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The property is intimate in scale, with separate small spaces that transition naturally from one to the next, allowing for a feeling of repose and open flow at the same time. The space is curated and designed with a discerning, distinctly Californian influence brought to life with vintage leather furniture, wood and stone accents, lush greenery and an abundance of natural light. The overall aesthetic is airy and organic with dynamic details and finishes throughout.


Set within Silver Lake Pool & Inn, Marco Polo Trattoria and Bar offers a seasonal menu that celebrates the vibrant, heritage-driven dishes you’ll find in Milan with bountiful, local California ingredients. We welcome you to join us for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch on weekends for an inviting al fresco dining experience. Locals and hotel guests can mingle on our dog-friendly patio.

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Silver Lake was built around what was originally a city reservoir, which gives the district its name. The “Silver” in Silver Lake is not because of the water’s color, but named for a local politician who helped create the reservoir. The area is a true melting pot of culture renowned for its great restaurants, bars, coffee shops, cool hangouts, and the numerous notable people who have made their homes there.

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