This landmark hotel features 683 luxurious guest rooms and suites, four bars and restaurants, health club and fitness center with indoor pool, and a full array of concierge services. The hotel is minutes from STAPLES Center, Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Ahmanson Theater, MOCA, and Dodger Stadium.
Some of LA’s best hotels have decades of history in addition to modern amenities. Movie and music legends have stayed at these properties, and the hotels themselves have appeared in countless movies and TV shows. Located on Pershing Square in Downtown LA, the Millennium Biltmore hotel was home to the Academy Awards for decades. The landmark Hollywood Roosevelt was the site of the first Academy Awards, and notable residents included Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable and Carole Lombard. Since 1912, the Beverly Hills Hotel (aka the “Pink Palace”) has catered to legendary guests like the Beatles, Howard Hughes, and Greta Garbo. Nearby on the fabled Sunset Strip, the Sunset Tower Hotel is a 1929 Art Deco masterpiece that Frank Sinatra and John Wayne once called home. Another Art Deco landmark is the historic Casa del Mar in Santa Monica, first opened in 1926 as a members-only resort. Explore LA Tourism’s listings for more information about LA’s top historic hotels.
Historic Hotel Spotlight
The historic Hollywood Roosevelt is located in the heart of the city on the world renowned Hollywood Walk of Fame. The hotel boasts six unique venues - Public Kitchen, 25 Degrees, Tropicana, Library Bar, Teddy's Nightclub and Spare Room Gaming Parlor. The entire property has been newly renovated.
Hotel Normandie, a historic renaissance revival style architecture was designed and built in the 1920's by famed architects, Walker & Eisen. This boutique has seen over eight decades of personalities and has established itself s an icon in Los Angeles. Hotel Normandie is just a few miles away from downtown, Hollywood and Beverly Hills.
A Landmark and iconic Los Angeles hotel nestled between exclusive boutiques and fine restaurants. Only 3 miles away from Universal Studios Hollywood, we offer complimentary shuttle service to the park. Whether you're a family looking for kid-friendly fun, a leisure traveler in quest of convenient access to outdoor sports, dining and shopping, or the Hollywood elite on the hunt for a hideaway, there's no better location for exploring all that Los Angeles has to offer. Our comfy rooms and...
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...
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