Conrad Los Angeles to Open Doors to Guests on June 1

By Kurt Stolz on 1 February 2022
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Hilton Worldwide announced the planned opening of the Conrad Los Angeles, which will take place on June 1, 2022.

The new hotel will offer guests “an elevated Southern California lifestyle experience and unparalleled access to Downtown Los Angeles’ thriving cultural scene,” the company said in a statement.

The 305-key property is set in downtown Los Angeles in the Frank Gehry-designed Grand LA, a mixed-use development located near multiple museums and cultural institutions including the Broad, a contemporary art museum; Angels Flight Railway, the world’s shortest railway that dates back to 1901; the landmark Los Angeles City Hall; and Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Guest rooms in the 28-story property feature a contemporary décor with oak floors, soft earth tones of tan and linen, and a paneled light oak wall behind the bed.  Each room features sweeping  views of the city and the bathroom brings in natural daylight.

Amenities include a 16,000-square-foot (1,486-square-meter) rooftop terrace with a pool, electric-vehicle charging stations, pet-friendly rooms, and a fitness center.

Dining options for guests include two restaurants from Chef José Andrés, both located on the 10th floor off the lobby.  One establishment will be an open-air restaurant offering a menu with Latin- and Asian-inspired dishes along with a poolside menu with light snacks.  The second restaurant will focus on classic Spanish dishes using farm-fresh ingredients.   In addition, the lobby bar will, the hotel said, be designed “to celebrate the spirit of the desert and the Pacific Ocean.”

In addition, the property offers 6,800 square feet (632 square meters) of indoor event space including a 5,000-square-foot (465-square-meter) ballroom,  and 2,300 square feet (213 square meters) of outdoor space.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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