Hotel Figueroa

939 S Figueroa St Los AngelesCA90015
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Opposite the Grammy Museum at the Downtown L.A. Live entertainment complex, this upscale hotel dating from 1926 has Spanish Colonial styling, and is 7 minutes' walk from sports and concerts at the Staples Center. It's also a mile from the Harbor Freeway. Relaxed rooms with artsy accents feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars and loaner iPads. Suites add sitting areas and coffeemakers;...
by merchantcircle on March 23, 2019 from merchantcircle


Know Before You Go:
Depending on the night, the Veranda Bar can be a hit or miss for those looking for a scene, but traffic coming from Staples and L.A. Live liven up the hotel.
by Citysearch on December 28, 2010 from Citysearch
There is an $8 parking lot behind the hotel for guests.
by Citysearch on December 28, 2010 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

This “cool oasis” “buried deep” in Downtown’s “historic” Figueroa Hotel has patrons asking “when did we arrive in Morocco?”; you’ll “feel like Arab royalty” surrounded by “pillow-lined” poolside tents and “fez-wearing bartenders” dispensing pricey cocktails, even if you’re just “hanging with your co-workers” – but be forewarned: it can get “positively carnal” as the evening progresses.
by zagat on January 13, 2014 from zagat
On the outside, it feels like Spanish Colonial; on the inside, this 12-story hotel, built in 1926, is a mix of Mexican, Mediterranean, and Moroccan styles, with earth tones, hand-glazed walls, and wrought-iron beds. You can lounge around the pool and bubbling hot tub surrounded by tropical greenery under the shadow of downtown skyscrapers. (Make it even better with a soothing drink from the...
by fodors on February 21, 2013 from fodors
The Figueroa is one of the best deals in L.A. Where else can you get a one-bedroom suite with a wet bar, a silk-canopied ceiling, and handwoven Afghani kilims for under $200 per night? The downtown hotel—which began its life in 1925 as a YWCA—was decaying and depressing when the current owner, Uno Thimansson, began renovating the Andalusian-style architecture in 1976. Now, the 285 guest rooms...
by concierge on June 02, 2012 from concierge
Citysearch Editorial Review:
When a hotel doesn't offer online booking or even valet service, you know you're in for an unconventional experience--and the historic Figueroa certainly provides just that. Located just across the...
by by Lilian Lee at Citysearch on December 06, 2009 from Citysearch

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Hotel Figueroa has welcomed guests to Downtown Los Angeles since 1926 with unconventional purpose and style. Ninety years later and after more than a year of transformation and renovation, we celebrate the reopening of our hotel in downtown LA in the midst of a rebirth of the Downtown community.
by getfave on October 04, 2017 from getfave