HOTEL FIGUEROA, LOS ANGELES
It's Morocco à go-go at the 1920's Figueroa Hotel (939 South Figueroa Street, 800/421-9092; http://www.figueroahotel.com) in downtown L.A. The old-style rooms have been splashed with spice-colored paint and decorated with wrought-iron beds, sari fabrics, and floor pillows made from colorful Kurdish grain sacks. But the suites are the real deal ($195 for the Casablanca, big enough for a harem). There's also a magnificent heated pool.
from another site:
On the outside, it's Spanish Revival; on the inside, this 1926, 12-story hotel is a mix of Southwestern, Mexican, and Mediterranean styles, with earth tones, hand-painted furniture, and wrought-iron beds. You can lounge around the pool and bubbling hot tub surrounded by tropical greenery under the shadow of downtown skyscrapers; a soothing beverage from the back patio bar will complete the L.A. experience. $75 to $125/night.