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InterContinental’s New Look Draws Guests to LA’s Mini Metropolis—Century City

The remodel includes spacious indoor-outdoor layouts as well as a revamped spa and lounge…

InterContinental Los Angeles will complete its multi-million-dollar renovation next month with upgrades to all 363 guestrooms, including 148 suites, as well as a few new room categories with spacious indoor/outdoor layouts.

The hotel has also revamped the spa, Lobby Lounge and all meeting spaces.

Highlights of the renovation include:

  • One-bedroom Premier Terrace Suites each featuring 275 square feet of private outdoor space overlooking downtown and the nearby Hollywood Hills. Offering the ultimate California luxury, the fully furnished terraces are outfitted with lounge chairs, relaxing daybeds and a living plant wall with native, drought-tolerant succulents, creating a cozy, breezy reprieve high above the hustle and bustle of the city.
  • For a romantic getaway, the 1,325-square-foot Honeymoon Suites feature an oversized soaking tub with French windows above that open into the bedroom, offering uninterrupted views of the city beyond the suite’s private balcony. Indoors, a separate living and dining area, powder room and kitchenette with an island and barstools offer all the comforts of home away from home.
  • To accommodate large groups, five sets of four suites now have the ability to be inter-connected, allowing guests to gather and socialize together while still offering the privacy of individual rooms. The adjoining suites come together to essentially create a four-bedroom residence, perfect for families and extended stay guests.
  • The hotel’s top accommodation, the 3,300-square-foot Royal Suite was newly renovated and features wrap-around balconies, two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, dining room with LED fireplace, separate library with 55-inch flat screen TV and a second LED fireplace, and a kitchenette with a fully stocked wet bar. 

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