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This is an excellent base for exploring LA, due to its central downtown location, high levels of comfort and numerous facilities, from its impressive range of restaurants and bars to its hi-tech elevators and state-of-the-art fitness centre, saunas and pool.

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The Intercontinental Downtown LA is well-located in this bustling, central part of LA, with lots of restaurants, shops and bars nearby. LAX is a 25-minute drive, and there are views of Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and the Hollywood sign from the hotel. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Walt Disney Concert Hall and The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA are all a short walk.

By plane: flights to Los Angeles from London take 11 hours. The hotel is a 25-minute drive from LAX airport. On-site parking costs $53.90 per day. Book flights to Los Angeles.

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It's hard to believe this hotel has 889 rooms, as there's always an air of calm throughout. It is decorated neutrally, with lots of shades of cream and brown, and polished concrete walls in the corridors. The large lobby lounge, which has a bar area, has big sofas scattered around and guest rooms are spacious.


This huge hotel is packed with amenities and facilities, all of a very high standard: several restaurants and bars, a pool, spa and fitness centre, ballrooms and meeting rooms. The staff are friendly and very professional.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Paid parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


All guest rooms are located above the 31st floor, therefore everyone gets a great view. Rooms are spacious and the décor is neutral, mainly browns, greys and creams. There are big, comfortable beds, a large desk and ample seating. The bathrooms were built in pods off-property and stacked on top of each other during the construction of the hotel, yet there's no sacrifice to quality.

Room types: Standard Room, Executive Room, Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, bathrobe, slippers, TV, free Wi-Fi


There's a great choice of bars and restaurants, and the quality is superb. La Boucherie, on the seventh floor, is a high-end steakhouse with a French twist. The glitzy Lobby Lounge, on the 70th floor, specialises in vodkas and has more than 100 varieties. Dekkadance on floor 69 offers a quality buffet breakfast and an international menu during the day. There's also a poolside bar and upscale sushi restaurant, and rooftop bar Spire 73.

La Boucherie: steaks, seafood, cocktails, wines. Open Weds-Sun for dinner.

Dekkadance: farm-to-fork dining. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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