Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles




Opened in January 2014, the Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles features 182 rooms, the LA Chapter restaurant, and Upstairs, our rooftop bar and pool with spectacular panoramic views of the city. The hotel was originally built as the United Artists Building in 1927. The 13-story building was designed by architect C. Howard Crane in a Spanish Gothic style, modeled after the Segovia Cathedral in Spain. The United Artists Theatre was the flagship movie theatre for United Artists. The stunning 1,600-seat movie palace occupies three floors of the building. Design features include wall murals of the nascent movie industry, and a dazzling ceiling dome with hundreds of crystal pendants. The restored United Artists Theatre has hosted numerous concerts, film festivals, and extravagant private events.

7am-11pm

ADA Accessible
Public Space ADA Compliant
Accepts Credit Cards
Eco Friendly
Pet Friendly
Valet Parking
Hotel Dining
Bar
Outdoor Dining
Business Lunch
Open 24 Hours
Full Bar
Lounge
Fine Dining
Free Wi-Fi
Good for Singles
Group Dining
Late Nights
Live Music
Reservations Recommended
Skyline View
Farm-To-Table
Gluten-Free
Has TV
Organic
Weekend Brunch
Total Rooms: 182

Total Square Footage: 2200
Largest Room Square Footage: 1600
Total Meeting Rooms: 8
Capacity Inside: 1815
Capacity Outside: 100
Available for Buy Out
Auditorium With Stage
In-House Catering Service
Max Theater Capacity: 1600
Max Reception Capacity: 500
Max Banquet Capacity: 1600
Max Classroom Capacity: 30
Number of Breakout Rooms: 2
Total Capacity: 1915

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