|Distance to city centre||5.6 km|
|Nearest airport||Los Angeles|
|Distance to airport||17.8 km|
|amazing room||in 20 reviews|
|beautiful building||in 9 reviews|
|bring ear plugs||in 8 reviews|
|coffee shop downstairs||in 12 reviews|
|downtown la||in 43 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 157 reviews|
|great food||in 35 reviews|
|grubby bit||in 20 reviews|
|hip stylish||in 14 reviews|
|ideal for families||in 6 reviews|
|la convention center||in 3 reviews|
|pool area||in 57 reviews|
|quiet room||in 121 reviews|
|record player||in 6 reviews|
|rooftop bar||in 66 reviews|
|unfinished concrete||in 3 reviews|
|valet parking||in 27 reviews|
Staff was wonderful
Cool design, decor, art vibes , amazing bathroom
Weird smell in the room, unstylish blanket on bed
Amazing food and service.....could use some cleaning.....
love the food and the staff here! room was clean and efficient!
The room was small for the price, and the hallways need new carpet already, also the common area walls could use some fresh paint. Not a deal breaker, but for $300 a night these items should be relatively perfect.
Hotel itself is beautiful, rooftop bar is pretty cool, attached to wonderful Theater.
Looks like a broke New York hipster's studio apartment. All unfinished concrete and the bed looks and feels like a futon. Parking is an extra $38. Only stayed here for convenience to theater. Absurd for the price.
everything besides the noise
i stay at this place alot and most rooms i've been to are subject to alot of construction noise. such a bummer....
Delivered stylish service and amenities without sacrificing the professionalism of a traditional hotel. Downstairs restaurant particularly good.
No closing door on bathroom is highly awkward. Not cute if someone joins you in your room.
Great scene but there's construction all around
Great place. I like the Ace. Cool rooftop bar. My only hang-up is that there was some serious construction outside. I would have liked to have known this ahead of time. I'll definitely go back after the construction is finished.
Cool. Hip. Delicious.
The restaurant was great. The beds and linens comfy. City feel is exciting.
If you have an eastern facing room I hope you are a morning person.
Quite possibly the most swanky-chic hotel in Downtown LA, Ace Hotel combines industrial-chic decor with luxury comfort. This hip hotel is set in the landmark 1927 United Artists building. The spacious rooms are decked out in trendy, upscale decor which aims to capture the LA hipster culture. All rooms feature a king bed, a private wet bar, a flat screen television, custom Revo Radio, free wifi, custom bath products, a stocked minibar, and a luxury bathrobe. Select suites include kitchenettes, an acoustic guitar, and a separate living area. Guests can browse the onsite shop which sells vintage vinyls, custom clothing, and other boutique goods. An outdoor pool and onsite fitness center are available for guests to use. A spectacular panoramic view of Downtown LA can be seen from the rooftop bar and lounge, which serves up swanky cocktails as chilled out tunes waft in the background. There is a coffee bar and a juice bar onsite, as well as drinks available at the rooftop lounge and bar. For dining, guests can enjoy the renowned onsite restaurant, Best Girl, which is known for its creative and vibrant dishes crafted by critically acclaimed chef, Michael Cimarusti. The menu offers specialty dishes, and incorporates creative ingredients, like dandelion, horseradish crema, and honeynut squash. Guests rave about the delectable dishes formed from the unique ingredient combinations. The Ace Hotel is only a mile away from the Museum of Contemporary Art, and just a 15 minute walk from The Grammy Museum.
Based on 3,328 reviews
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