As new Hollywood tries to revive its old Hollywood glory, “Golden Era” haunts are undergoing significant facelifts. The historic Roosevelt Hotel, built in 1927, is the former hang out of legends such as Clark Gable, Louis B. Mayer, Charlie Chaplin, Clara Bow, and Carole Lombard. Since the hotel’s 2005 remodel by acclaimed designer Dodd Mitchell, it once again attracts droves of sexy, young Hollywood neophytes. Just off the hotel lobby, exotic animal prints and masculine dark leather and wood give the classic cocktail haven, Teddy’s Bar, the feeling of a gentleman’s drinking club. The kitschy Tropicana Poolside Bar remains a popular spot for aspiring starlets to ‘display their wares’ while sipping pineapple- and coconut-flavored rum drinks, complete with little umbrellas.