Downtown Los Angeles has a new luxurious hotel property, the Conrad Los Angeles, located in L.A.’s newest dining and entertainment hot spot, The Grand L.A.
Designed by acclaimed architect Frank Gehry, Conrad Los Angeles offers unparalleled views of the city and brings a touch of glamour and style to the downtown area.
The Grand LA is the newest destination for shopping, dining, entertainment and premiere place to live in downtown Los Angeles. The hotel is located adjacent to iconic cultural institutions The Walt Disney Concert Hall and The Broad.
Designed by legendary architect Frank Gehry with interior design from world-renowned Tara Bernerd & Partners, the 305-room hotel is home to two original food and beverage concepts from Chef José Andrés and ThinkFoodGroup, the cutting-edge Conrad Spa Los Angeles and unparalleled views and proximity.
“We are excited to expand Hilton’s West Coast presence with the debut of the first Conrad Hotels & Resorts property in California, one of our largest growing markets in the U.S. This is a monumental occasion as we open the doors to this incredible property amid downtown Los Angeles’ development boom and we are looking forward to offering guests an unrivaled, luxury hospitality experience in this sought-after destination,” said Danny Hughes, executive vice president and president, Americas, Hilton.
“As Conrad Hotels & Resorts’ West Coast flagship property, Conrad Los Angeles encapsulates the bold, innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of the brand. The luxury hotel adds to the brand’s expanding footprint which includes recent openings in Las Vegas, Tulum, Sardinia and Nashville. As with all properties in our portfolio, guests at Conrad Los Angeles can expect contemporary and sophisticated design, impressive culinary delights, exceptional spa offerings, a curated art collection and an unbeatable location in the city’s cultural epicenter, further embodying Conrad Hotels & Resorts’ boundary-pushing essence that inspires our guests globally,” said Matt Schuyler, chief brand officer, Hilton.
Upon entering the hotel’s foyer, guests are transported to a chic L.A atmosphere. The arrival bar is a striking piece of history, made out of polished and glazed molten lava that is 11,000 years old as well as Ceppo di Gre stone in the lobby from the quarries of Lake Iseo in Lombardy. Italy.
A rich palette of pale linens, interspersed with sophisticated blues, rich woven fabrics and pops of mustard yellow complements the wide-planked pale oak floors, polished concrete and Ceppo stone and contrasts pleasingly with the many planters placed throughout the lobby.
Welcoming guest rooms feature a calming mix of wide-planked pale oak floors and natural linen walls, in-suite dining, an open wardrobe with seat and mirror, an L-shaped sofa, and a personalized mini-bar. Accommodations range from standard guest rooms to presidential suites, which are designed to feel like the guest’s own personal LA penthouse apartment.
The Grand Avenue Suite is the ultimate expression of luxury, boasting a private terrace with unrivaled views of the city along with a dining room with six-seat dining table, a formal living room with built in bar, a spacious master bedroom with a five-piece bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, all designed by Tara Bernerd & Partners to showcase the elegance of a mid-20th century modernist home.
100 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, California, 90012.
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