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Downtown heart, Grand façade and Mediterranean soul. Popular since '23 with the Hollywood crowd and tabloid murder buffs (look up Black Dahlia connection).
If old-school grandeur is what moves you, you'll get a lot of bang for your buck here.
One of downtown L.A.'s true treasures, the gilded 1923 Beaux Arts masterpiece exudes ambience and history. Full review →
Worth a visit even if you're not staying here... Guest rooms... are a little on the small side. Full review →
Designed in Italian Renaissance style, the Millennium Biltmore opened to national acclaim in 1923 and in 1969 was designated a Historical Cultural Landmark. Full review →
The gorgeous art-deco health club takes the work out of workout. Full review →
Home of the first (1927) Oscars ceremony and once a magnet for presidents, kings and celebs, the Italian Renaissance-style Biltmore has maintained its prestige through the decades. Full review →
First lady of Downtown hotels, testament to LA's architectural heritage. Full review →
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. I. Full review →
Neoclassical 1923 architecture combined with modern luxury, with a health club modelled on a Roman bathhouse, cherub-and-angel decor, and a view overlooking Pershing Square.
Facing Pershing Square, next to the Los Angeles Library and across from the more intimate, contemporary Hilton Checkers, this is an architectural tour de force that is worth visiting. Full review →
This 1920s landmark hotel once hosted glamorous Hollywood galas. Full review →
Built in 1923, the Biltmore retains the Italian-Spanish renaissance elegance that once enticed such dignitaries as Winston Churchill and JFK. Full review →
This octogenarian grande dame has never looked more beautiful—although, like many L.A. ladies, she’s had some work done. Full review →