Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles

Ace Hotel Downtown LA opens in 2013 in the historic United Artists building. The downtown LA landmark was built in 1927 to provide offices and a theater for the maverick film studio. The theater and tower stand as monuments to a group of seminal American artists pushing out on their own — driven by the need for creative control. United Artists co-founder Mary Pickford's love for the ornate detail and stone spires of Spanish castles and cathedrals is manifest at the theater — a true temple of the arts. The mixture of reverent awe and irreverent independence in its origins is right up our alley — this is the kind of project we dream of.

Check back often on and our blog for upcoming deals and packages. Our luxury amenities include room service, free WiFi and a gym. Come to check out the scene at the Upstairs rooftop bar and pool where we have DJs or live music every night, or the restaurant by the creators of Brooklyn's Five Leaves. By the way, our accommodations are pet-friendly (which really means dog-friendly, but let us know if you want to bring anything bigger or weirder than a dog and we'll see what we can do).

ACE HOTEL DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES
20W 29TH STREET
933 S. BROADWAY
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90015
TEL: 503.546.9772

Rooms

All rooms feature a private bath, free WiFi, a curated mini-bar, original artwork, a flat-screen TV and an in-room safe. More on the types of rooms available soon.

Events

There's entertainment every night at Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles, like live music and DJs at the rooftop bar, Upstairs and gallery shows in the lobby. A reactivated theater space in the historic United Artists Theater hosts large concerts, film screenings, performance art, dance and theater.

Shopping & Dining

Upstairs Rooftop Bar & Pool

We serve artisanal and classic cocktails high above the city at our rooftop bar Upstairs, and at our above-it-all pool scene.

Shop online at shop.acehotel.com.

How to Get There

Fly to LAX (or drive or take Amtrak or a bus, or a bicycle).

From LAX, take a taxi (or a bus).

From Union Station it's only a taxi ride of less than two miles.

By car, the closest highways are the I-10, the I-110, the 101 and the I-5.