Approximately 100 protestors gathered on Sunset Boulevard outside of the Andaz Hotel in West Hollywood on Tuesday, demanding better treatment of Hyatt hotel workers. The demonstration was held in conjunction with other protests at Hyatt properties in Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Honolulu. According to information supplied by protestors, the workers allege that Hyatt officials have replaced career housekeepers with temporary workers who earn minimum wage. They also allege that the company puts dangerous workloads on its staff. The West Hollywood protest has been ongoing since Sept. 8. Leanna Noble (left), of Los Angeles, was representing U.S. Labor Against War, an organization based out of Washington, D.C.