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ACE HOTEL DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

The historic landmark is reimagined to create the ultimate hub space for creatives, artists, innovators and entrepreneurs.

Attention all travel bugs, America-lovers and history fanatics… Here is the Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles — a historical building that was once the theatre anchor of the Broadway Theatre District’s modern renaissance. Modelling the United Artists building after the stone spires of Spanish castles and cathedrals, the Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles and the Theatre at Ace Hotel are a true capsule of timeless history — an homage to the arts and a striking reimaging of UA’s unorthodoxy.

No longer just an external artefact, the Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles is a place for creatives, innovators and artists alike to convene in a space where inspiration can be discovered at every turn. Offering ample comfort for however long you stay, the guest rooms were inspired by Rudolf Schindler’s residence in West Hollywood, complete with original concrete ceilings — carefully preserved for maximum warmth and authenticity.

As for leisure, the hotel is fitted with a rooftop that has been transformed into the ultimate lounge and pool area. Alternatively, the theatre’s grand design has been kept with intricate detail and awe-inspiring craftsmanship — boasting an open balcony, while thousands of tiny mirrors sparkle across the star-studded ceiling. Finally, the Ace Hotel offers cuisine inspired by Hollywood’s famous Les Deux Cafe — serving an all-day menu to complement the vibrant atmosphere. And with their latest addition, LOAM – the restaurant on the hotel’s ground floor – guests will be able to enjoy cuisine pulled from the rich soil of California, with a focus on sustainable proteins and heavy on vegetables.

To discover more and to book your stay now, head to acehotel.com.

ACE HOTEL DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

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