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From the bellman to the bartenders, everyone we encountered was lovely. Beautiful eccentric vibe in the lobby and minimalist decor in the rooms, made for a great spot for our girls weekend. The Upstairs Bar is a wonderful place for an afternoon cocktail, with beautiful...More
Thank Lindsey Z
Response from AJ V, Front Office Manager at Ace Hotel Downtown Los AngelesResponded yesterday
Such a pleasure to hear your experience at Ace was wonderful. We would love to see you again, as it comforts us knowing we made your stay as pleasant as possible. Make Ace your girls weekend out anytime you like. See you soon!
This hotel is probably awesome if not restless if you're here for travel and want to explore LA. Late night always on rooftop club/bar/venue. However it should be called a concert hall on a roof with some rooms below it. Total miss for a business...More
I was expecting a more industrial look, but in the end, I think the rooms felt a bit unfinished. Service in the restaurant downstairs wasn’t amazing, but no complaints. The bed was comfy though and we had a great night’s sleep while we were there....More
Response from AJ V, Front Office Manager at Ace Hotel Downtown Los AngelesResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for the review!
We do apologize that your stay was less than perfect, and we are happy that you did get a great night's sleep. Please be sure to come visit us again when you're in the neighborhood!
Picked here as I knew of the Ace Hotels and it was in very close proximity of everywhere I needed to be. The room was bigger than I expected and clean. Initally the hallways felt a little creepy at night due to the dim lightly...More
Response from AJ V, Front Office Manager at Ace Hotel Downtown Los AngelesResponded 3 weeks ago
We're very pleased that you enjoyed your stay at Ace. We also look forward to seeing again , not to mention having you indulge in our $2 tacos. Can't wait to see you again. With love from us at Ace!
I'll not say too much about the history of this building as you can look it up on Wikipedia but suffice to say that it was at one stage the United Artists office / headquarters and still has a very stylish theatre inside it.
Thank Martin A
Response from AJ V, Front Office Manager at Ace Hotel Downtown Los AngelesResponded 4 weeks ago
We are excited to hear that you enjoyed your experience here at Ace in it's entirety, as it's our job and duty to make you feel at home while away from home. I will say we're definitely awaiting your next visit to give...More
Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles opened early 2014 in the historic United Artists building in Downtown LA. An ornate, storied and vibrant Los Angeles gem, Downtown is undergoing a renaissance. Built in 1927 ...Morefor the maverick film studio, the UA theater and tower stand as monuments to a group of seminal American artists pushing out on their own. Less
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Suites, Non-Smoking Rooms, Accessible rooms, Family Rooms
Number of rooms
US$235 - US$518 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United States > California > Los Angeles > Downtown / Central L.A
All photos (588)588
Room & Suite (249)
Pool & Beach (22)
Business Centre & Event Rooms (1)
Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants
in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.