With Downtown LA experiencing quite a revival, people are often reminded of the glory days. The Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles is a prime spot to reminisce as it incorporates the good old times, while showing the greatness of modern day LA.
The Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles is set in the old United Artists building and opened in early 2014. Originally built in 1927, the UA Theater and Tower represent a lot of the pioneering American artists of their time. The Ace lives up to this heritage with an artsy décor and fun atmosphere. With art everywhere, book and record libraries, and walls lined with screenplays, the hotel pays homage to the various artists that made the downtown special. For those in town for business, the conference rooms and event halls allow you to work in style as they are also lined with art that reminds you of the golden past of the city.
The bar, rooftop, and pool areas continue this theme, as even the furniture is artistic and there is a fun and communal feel you’d expect from a home for the arts. For those into the culinary arts, the L.A. Chapter restaurant provides delicious and visually pleasing dishes for sit-in diners and room service 24 hours a day. Speaking of the rooms, they combine a vintage feel with modern amenities in large spacious areas. Art and fun are present in the rooms as well, with things like the “Not Now/Cleaning” door hang and “Escape Plan” plaque. Finally, the hotel is surrounded by both the past and present with views of the UA Tower and the surrounding downtown area.
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