A new hotel just graced Los Angeles downtown streets, a venture corroborated by InterContinental Hotels Group and Greenland USA. Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown is the latter's first hotel brand in L.A.
The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of L.A. downtown's new Metropolis development, with easy access to a variety of dining and entertainment options such as The Jewelry District, the LA Live entertainment district, Staples Center, and Los Angeles Convention Center. The neighborhood is known to be L.A.'s one-stop-shop for culture, art, and entertainment.
The hotel is over 18 stories and features 350 rooms, all designed and decorated in the inspiration of the 1920's Prohibition era. The guest rooms are spacious and the walls are painted with murals depicting old Hollywood, and the amenities are all boasting of high-quality comfort.
Greenland USA chief executive, Hu Gang, said in a statement posted in Breaking Travel News: "Not only does this hotel help meet the city's need for increased tourism facilities, but it has served as a source of well-paying jobs to more than 2,700 local workers and will help bolster the local economy here in Los Angeles."
According to the hotel's website, guests will also be able to enjoy a luxurious health and fitness center inside the hotel, as well as a wide coverage of Wi-Fi access in most guest rooms and meeting spaces. Traveling with a pet? No problem. Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown is pet-friendly and service animals are also allowed access.
The hotel's dining option, the lobby-level Metropole Bar+Kitchen, is also something to look out for. It features sumptuous food as well as an eccentric design inspired by the tunnels beneath downtown Los Angeles.
Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown is a refreshing change of pace for locals and travelers alike looking for a gateway to L.A.'s best. For more information and in-depth know-hows about the hotel, visit their website.