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The Ritz-Carlton ($$$) 900 W Olympic Blvd. This Luxury hotel overlooks L.A. Live, Staples Center and Microsoft Theater and offers breathtaking views of downtown Los Angeles. Amenities include a rooftop pool, on-site restaurants and entertainment. Rooms and suites are well-appointed and large, ranging in size from 450 to 1200 square feet. The building is 54 stories tall although many of the floors are private residences.
JW Marriott L.A. Live ($$$) 900 W Olympic Blvd. Adjoining the Ritz-Carlton and sharing the same address, JW Marriott offers comparable luxury. Gain access to the 8,000 square-foot full-service Ritz Carlton Spa, rooftop pool, plus casual and fine dining options. The hotel features well-appointed guest rooms and large suites.
The L.A. Grand Hotel Downtown ($$)
333 S Figueroa St. The hotel stands in the heart of the financial district close to major corporate offices, the Pacific Stock Exchange, Convention Center and Staples Center. The 14-story hotel links to the World Trade Center via a second-floor walkway and the YMCA for tennis, racquetball, basketball, fitness classes and swimming. (1.1 mi from Convention Center)
Omni Los Angeles Hotel At California Plaza ($$) 251 S Olive St. The architecturally sophisticated Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza stands against a backdrop of high-rise offices, historic buildings and bustling thoroughfares. This property lies adjacent to California Plaza's Corporate Towers near the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA Grand Avenue). Cultural events are held at the Los Angeles Civic Center, located one-half mile away. The Omni is very close to Angels Flight Railway and Angel's Knoll park, which was the location for scenes in the movie "(500) Days of Summer" (a marker indicates the bench used by characters Tom and Summer, and is a popular spot for photos of couples). The hotel is walking distance from Disney Hall and the Performing Arts Center. (1.2 mi from Convention Center)
Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites ($$) 404 S Figueroa St. Full-service hotel that is conveniently located for transportation to conventions and events. The hotel straddles Flower and Figueroa Streets, which offer the easiest access to and from Staples Center and the LA Convention Center (they are both one-way streets). The hotel is also very convenient to the 110 freeway onramps. The 7th Street Metro Station is just two blocks away, where you can catch the Red Line train to Hollywood Boulevard and Universal Studios. It is connected to the World Trade Center and two blocks from the Pacific Stock Exchange. Multi-room suites are available.
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This station is a hub for several routes: the Red Line train takes you to Hollywood Boulevard and Universal Studios, or other spots in downtown. The Metro Express Line 460 bus goes to Knott's Berry Farm and Disneyland. Santa Monica Blue Bus #10 takes you to Santa Monica Pier, the 3rd Street Promenade and Santa Monica Place. Metro Rapid 720 bus takes you to Museum Row on Miracle Mile, Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, Westwood and the Santa Monica Pier. Metro rail Blue Line gets you to Long Beach in less than one hour.
The Wayfarer Downtown L.A. ($$) 813 South Flower Street. Less than a 5-minute walk to 7th Street Metro Station. About 5 minutes to a Metro Rapid 720 bus stop. Staples Center, L.A. Live, and Microsoft Theater are less than ten minutes walking distance. The LA Convention Center is about a 15-minute walk.
Luxe City Center Hotel ($$) 1020 South Figueroa Street. Very convenient to L.A. Live, Staples Center, Microsoft Theater and the Convention Center (less than 5-minute walk to each). About 5-10 minutes from 7th Street Metro Station, whether you walk or take a bus. [Complimentary Internet Access; Guided Tour Pickup]
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Millennium Biltmore Hotel
Los Angeles ($$) 506 S Grand Ave. The historic Millennium Biltmore hotel is a full-service, luxury hotel located across the street from Pershing Square Metro Station on Olive Street. With its distinctive grand entrance, luxury appointments and 70,000 square feet of meeting space, this hotel would be a very impressive location to hold your exhibition, meeting, reunion or get together. Options include grand ballrooms (such as the Biltmore Bowl which hosted eight Academy Award Ceremonies in the 1930s and '40s). (0.9 mi from Convention Center)
Hilton Checkers Los Angeles ($$) 535 South Grand Ave. Rooftop swimming pool; Nice hotel and rooms at a reasonable price. Less than a 5-minute walk to Pershing Square Metro Station. A Metro Rapid 720 bus stop is across the street. Staples Center is a 15-minute walk or 10-minute bus ride. Disney Concert Hall is a 10-minute walk away. [Internet Access; Guided Tour Pickup]
Metro Plaza Hotel ($) 711 N Main St Metro plaza hotel in downtown Los Angeles is an easy walk to the Union Station, which includes service for Metro trains and buses, Amtrak trains, and other transportation companies. The hotel is also an easy walk to Olvera Street and Chinatown, and very convenient to City Hall, Grand Park, Little Tokyo, The Performing Arts Center (including Disney Hall) and all major tourist attractions in the downtown area. (2 mi from Convention Center)
Miyako Hotel Los Angeles ($$) 328 E 1st St. The Miyako Hotel Los Angeles, located in the Little Tokyo Sector of Los Angeles, is a contemporary hotel just one-half block from the Japanese American National Museum and one block from the Museum of Contemporary Art at the Geffen. Staples Center, Dodger Stadium and the Los Angeles Convention Center are within three miles of the Hotel. (1.6 mi from Convention Center)
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Los Angeles Downtown ($$) 120 S Los Angeles St. Located in Little Tokyo District, adjacent to Weller Court Shopping Center. The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel is within walking distance from the Japanese American National Museum, Little Tokyo shopping, City Hall, the Los Angeles Civic Center, and five blocks from Union Station. For concerts, theatre, sporting events and conventions, these venues are located only minutes the hotel: Staples Center, the Convention Center, Microsoft Theater, Orpheum Theatre, Disney Concert Hall and Dodger Stadium. (1.5 mi from Convention Center)
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Hotels west of downtown generally cost a little less than those that are in downtown. You might need to drive a couple extra minutes to get downtown, but you'll save money here.
Ramada Limited Los Angeles Downtown ($$) 611 S Westlake Ave. The five-story, 67-room Ramada features complimentary executive continental breakfasts, business and fitness centers, in-room coffeemakers and modem lines. Free shuttle to LA Convention Center. >5-minutes walk from Westlake/McArthur Park Metro station where the Red Line train can quickly take you to Hollywood, Universal Studios, Union Station and other destinations. (1.2 mi from Convention Center)
Rodeway Inn Convention Center ($) 1904 W Olympic Blvd. The Rodeway Inn Convention Center is located one mile from Staples Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center. The hotel features complimentary Continental breakfast, a business center and an outdoor pool (seasonal). The guestrooms offer microwave ovens, cable television and coffeemakers. (0.9 mi from Convention Center)
Ramada LA Convention Center ($) 1901 W Olympic Blvd. The guest rooms are very well appointed and features a full range of comforts and amenities. Thoughtful amenities include coffee makers, direct dial telephones and cable TVs. Handicapped-accessible rooms are available upon request. (0.9 mi from Convention Center)
Knights Inn Los Angeles ($) 1255 W Temple Street The Knights Inn Los Angeles, just north of downtown Los Angeles is located near popular California attractions and sports arenas. Dodger Stadium is less than one-half mile north of the property. (1.8 mi from Convention Center)
Red Line Train Stations
Lower Rates and Free Parking!
A list of hotels and motels that are in between downtown Los Angeles and the Hollywood Boulevard Entertainment District, near L.A. Metro Red Line train stations. The rates are lower here and you can easily take the Red Line train to Hollywood & Highland, Universal Studios, and downtown Los Angeles.