Ace Hotel Los Angeles Now Open

The hotel group opens up their fifth American property January 6, 2014.

The Ace Hotel Los Angeles.

The Ace Hotel Los Angeles.

Just in time for awards season, the Ace Hotel Los Angeles has officially opened their doors. The brand’s fifth hotel in the U.S. and second in California (the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs is already uber popular), the opening is the first after the sudden death of their co-founder Alex Calderwell this past November.

Set in the historic 1927 United Artists building and theatre, the resurrection of this space has been highly anticipated. Once a destination for movie premieres during the golden era of the silver screen, the original 1,600-seat performance space will be revitalized and will also have a new screening room.

A small room at the Ace Hotel Los Angeles.

A small room at the Ace Hotel Los Angeles.

Featuring 182 rooms, the hotel will also have a rooftop bar and pool, as well as a gym. In keeping with the architectural heritage of the building and the hotel’s eclectic style, they have collaborated with L.A.-based design collective Commune and Atelier Ace.

Other highlights include free Wi-Fi, amenities including Rudy’s Toiletries, Pearl+ soaps and Revo Radios in the rooms, as well as all of the rooms are non-smoking.

Rates start at $209 for a small room.

Where to Find:
Ace Hotel Los Angeles929 South Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90015
213-623-3233
acehotel.com/losangeles