Conrad Hotels & Resorts, one of Hilton’s luxury hotel brands, has announced its debut in California with the signing of Conrad Los Angeles. The hotel is part of Related Companies’ mixed-use development, The Grand LA, designed by Frank Gehry, located in downtown Los Angeles.
Expected to open in 2022 and managed by Hilton, the 28-story hotel will include 305 modern guest rooms with bold design, as well as a spa, elevated indoor/outdoor lobby with sweeping views of the iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall, and a 16,000 square foot rooftop terrace complete with a private pool deck overlooking downtown LA. Guests will enjoy locally inspired culinary experiences through dining outlets featuring expansive lounges and outdoor amenities that embrace California’s outdoor culture, all while staying true to Conrad’s commitment to wellness and sustainable travel. The luxury property will also offer 12,000 square feet of meeting and event facilities with integrated technology capabilities as well as a state-of-the-art fitness room for guests.
Located in the heart of Grand Ave. Arts, the 24-7 destination will become a paradigm-shifting place to live, stay and visit. The Grand LA will include 176,000 square feet of retail and dining space, more than 400 residences and a large, vibrant public plaza with a series of landscaped, open terraces that will host free arts programming throughout the year, including live concerts. Additionally, within walking distance of Conrad Los Angeles are some of the city’s most prominent cultural venues, creating a natural synergy with the neighborhood’s art destinations including The Broad, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Museum of Contemporary Art, Grand Park, Colburn School and The Music Center.
Conrad Hotels & Resorts combines sophisticated, bold design and purposeful, passionate service to provide inspiring travel experiences in destinations such as New York, Abu Dhabi, London, Istanbul, Hong Kong and more. For more information about Conrad Hotels & Resorts, please visit https://newsroom.hilton.com/conrad.