Set in the heart of the South Park District while also comprising the diverse neighborhoods of Chinatown, Little Tokyo, the Fashion District, and the Arts District, Downtown L.A. offers a concentrated slice of the city’s spirit and multifaceted identity. Also nearby are a number of boutique shopping and dining opportunities, the L.A. Convention Center, and cultural venues like the Staples Center, the L.A. Live entertainment complex, the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), and The Broad Museum.
Nearest train station
Los Angeles Union Station
Spa & Recreation
Heated rooftop pool and 24-hour fitness studio, with wellness activations available.
Food & Drink
The property features two original dining outlets—one on the ground-floor with an extended outdoor patio and the other poolside on the rooftop—by James Beard Award-winning Chef Suzanne Goin and restaurateur Caroline Styne. A one-of-a-kind cocktail program is masterfully curated by the Lucques Group Bar Team.
Conference & Meetings
A historic library event space and two standout suites with a basketball court and pool are perfect for hosting a statement meeting or conference.
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