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The Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles

The Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles Rating: 4.5 Pearls

With spacious, beautiful rooms, a rooftop pool, a full-service spa, and tasteful, contemporary decor, this hotel delivers the level of luxury you'd expect from a Ritz. Its downtown location in the L.A. Live entertainment complex means you're close to numerous restaurants, a movie theater and sports games in the adjacent Staples Center, but you'll have to drive to see L.A.'s most popular tourist sites.
Hilton Checkers Los Angeles

Hilton Checkers Los Angeles Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A clean, comfortable, and historic downtown L.A. boutique that caters primarily to business travelers. It has luxurious rooms and a rooftop deck with killer views. The tasteful, private atmosphere and modern appointments compensate for smallish rooms.
Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles

Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Opened in 2014, the 182-room upscale Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles is housed in the historic United Artists building in the Broadway Theater District, a revived and trendy area with restaurants, The Staples Center, and the metro within walking distance. Music is the theme here, and many of the industrial-chic, dimly-lit rooms come with Martin Guitars and Ace x Rega turntables, plus a curated selection of vinyl records. All -- from Small to Ace Suites -- include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, Rudy's toiletries, and Pearl + soaps. Upstairs, the rooftop bar offers events every night, and there's also a rooftop pool with great views. The on-site restaurant, L.A. Chapter, serves kicky American cuisine. Moon Juice offers cold-pressed beverages, while the Coffee Counter keeps everyone caffeinated.
The Hotel Wilshire, a Kimpton Boutique

The Hotel Wilshire, a Kimpton Boutique Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hotel Wilshire, a Kimpton Boutique, is a chic, 74-room business-oriented hotel located near (but not in) Beverly Hills. Rooms have a modern design and up-to-date technology, and bathrooms shine with contemporary fixtures and Lather bath products. The hotel may not have much as far features -- there's no fitness center or spa -- there is a rooftop pool area with restaurant and bar, ample lounge space, and panoramic views of downtown and the Hollywood Hills. Since its transition to a Kimpton property in 2012, the hotel has added a bevy of new extras, including a nightly wine reception, animal print robes, in-room wellness services, free Wi-Fi for Kimpton InTouch members (a program which is free to join), pet-friendly practices, and the Kimpton EarthCare program, which garnered the hotel a Silver LEED certification.
Omni Los Angeles Hotel At California Plaza

Omni Los Angeles Hotel At California Plaza Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 453-room luxury hotel caters largely to business travelers and other adults, but is spacious standard rooms, heated lap pool, and proximity to attractions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art make it a fine choice for families, especially when its rates dip well below those at other luxury hotels.
JW Marriott Hotel Los Angeles at L.A. Live

JW Marriott Hotel Los Angeles at L.A. Live Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Built in early 2010, this 878-room hotel offers a beautiful pool, great views from the rooftop bar, tons of meeting space, and plenty of restaurants. Although the L.A. Live Center is a huge hub in downtown Los Angeles (home to the Staples Center and Nokia Theater), the neighborhood is far from most other tourist attractions.
Miyako Hotel Los Angeles

Miyako Hotel Los Angeles Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located in downtown L.A. a short drive from the Dodgers Stadium and Staples Center, the Miyako Hotel is a 173-room mid-range property with a serene spa. Renovated rooms have pretty Asian-inspired decor while un-renovated rooms show some wear and tear. A fun location in Little Tokyo is near many restaurants and shops and on-site there is a restaurant, bar, karaoke lounge, and grab-and-go coffee shop.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Los Angeles Downtown

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Los Angeles Downtown Rating: 3.5 Pearls

In summer 2012, this 434-room behemoth with a starchy personality and a somewhat undesirable downtown location officially became a DoubleTree property, completing a series of multi-million dollar renovations to upgrade the hotel (including renovating the fitness and business centers). This came on the heels of a 2010 renovation of all guestrooms, meaning the hotel is in tip-top condition. It's distinguished by its spacious rooms and tranquil, half-acre garden (a popular happy hour spot and wedding locale). But unlike some of its nearby competitors, it doesn't have a spa or a pool.
Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles

Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles Rating: 3.5 Pearls

It's grand (683 rooms, stately decor) and old (opened 1923), but this dame, which hasn't been fully renovated in more than 20 years, has seen better days. If you're not visiting L.A. on business, there's little reason to stay downtown; if you are, most of the Biltmore's neighbors -- notably the Hilton Checkers -- offer more for the money.
The Standard, Downtown LA

The Standard, Downtown LA Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This once-hip, 207-room hotel may be the forgotten child of the Standard empire -- it's run-down and partied out -- but the poolside view is still hard to beat, the design is still striking, and the prices can dip way low. A fine deal for low-budget travelers who want a stellar downtown location and don't mind some grime.


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