The highly anticipated Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles opens on April 2, 2010 as the first luxury hotel of its calibre in Downtown Los Angeles. The opening of the hotel is the final piece of L.A. Live, the $2.5 billion sports, residential and entertainment district, which was inaugurated with the opening of Staples Center in 1999.
We are proud that The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles is a part of L.A. LIVE and the renaissance of Downtown Los Angeles, said General Manager Javier Cano. The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles provides another dimension to this exciting and active area, which is now a true destination for travelers and local residents.
Perched on the upper floors of the 54-storey tower that it shares with sister hotel the JW Marriott Los Angeles at L.A. Live and The Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. Live, The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles has 123 well-appointed guestrooms, including 14 suites. The 3,000 square-foot Ritz-Carlton Suite is the hotels largest and boasts incredible northern and western views. The luxurious suite includes a piano and entertainment room, media corner, lounge, kitchen and formal dining area.
The hotel is home to Downtown L.A.’s only full-service hotel spa, the Ritz-Carlton Spa, a luxurious, 8,000-square-foot sanctuary that is designed to reflect the glamour and excitement of Los Angeles in a calming yet sophisticated environment.
Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck brings WP24, his latest restaurant concept, to the Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles. Located on the 24th floor of the hotel, WP24 features refined Asian fare from a dining area with floor to ceiling windows providing a stunning view of the Los Angeles skyline. In addition to a spacious dining room and lounge, the restaurant offers a wine cave and two private dining rooms.
For more information and reservations visit the company Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles web site.