ACE Hotel

Opened in the once-historic United Artists building in downtown LA, the Ace Hotel offers an ornate, storied, and vibrate look at Los Angeles’ creative backbone. The hotel, first built in 1927 to house the eccentric film studio, has long stood as a testament to actors and actresses pushing out on their own, forging a new path along the Hollywood highway. The hotel draws on so many Brooklyn characteristics: it’s light and airy, neutral and cleansing, dangerously fun without being tense.

The Ace offers ample lodging – small, medium, medium with a terrace, large, large double queen, loft, and the Ace suite – the latter of which boasts a king-sized bed, private kitchenette, fully-stocked mini bar, flat screen TV, custom Revo Radio, an acoustic Martin Guitar, an Ace x Rega RP1 turntable, and a large private terrace. Pearl+ Soaps and Rudy’s Hair and Body Products are available in each guest room as well.

The Rooftop Bar at Ace Hotel Downtown LA was inspired by Hollywood’s Les Deux Café and features a concrete pool, bunker-like bar, DJs, live events, releases, pop-up shops, and creative, unique cocktails handcrafted by the divine L.A. Chapter. Because it’s LA, Moon Juice has a retail space within the Ace; there’s also a Coffee Counter; and the L.A. Chapter, a west coast-inspired remake of New York’s infamous and beloved Five Leaves that sits just off Ace’s lobby and serves fresh, local, and thoughtfully crafted meals from morning to evening.

Bookings for the hotel can be made online.

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