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Hilton’s high-end Conrad brand has arrived in America’s second-largest city, and it’s ready to accept guests.
Now that the hotel is open, here’s what you should know ahead of your stay!
California’s First Conrad
The opening of the Los Angeles property marks the first Conrad-branded hotel in California. The brand has more than 40 hotels across 5 continents, including several North American properties including:
- Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach
- Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World
- Conrad New York Midtown
- Conrad Tulum Riviera Maya
- Conrad Washington, D.C.
This brand-new Conrad features more than 300 rooms and is located in downtown Los Angeles. Rooms range from standard guest rooms to sprawling suites, and all are designed to make guests feel like they’re living in their own L.A. penthouse.
With several restaurants by Chef José Andrés and ThinkFoodGroup, you should have no problem finding a delicious meal.
San Laurel overlooks the iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall from the hotel’s 10th floor and features Spanish-style food with a California twist, including dishes such as bone-in Wagyu Ribeye and Grilled Romaine. Across from San Laurel is Agua Viva, a Latin and Asian concept.
The Airlight pool deck bar — located on a 16,000-square-foot rooftop terrace — offers views of downtown Los Angeles (DTLA), while SED is described as an “intimate respite for culinary and cocktail aficionados.” Looking to make lunch, brunch, or dinner plans? You can book a reservation starting Friday, July 8, 2022.
A 7,000-square-foot spa with 7 treatment rooms promises a rejuvenating experience in the heart of bustling Los Angeles.
“This is a monumental occasion as we open the doors to this incredible property amid downtown Los Angeles’ development boom, and we are looking forward to offering guests an unrivaled, luxury hospitality experience in this sought-after destination,” said Danny Hughes, Hilton’s Americas Executive Vice President and President.
Booking the Conrad Los Angeles
So, how much will this all cost?
Cash rates for summer and fall stays start at around $530 per night for a Deluxe City View room. This room offers 1 king bed, floor-to-ceiling windows, an L-shaped sofa, and a table.
Hilton Honors no longer publishes an award chart, but the cheapest option using points will cost you around 90,000 Hilton Honors points per night, with the most expensive (the 1,633-square-foot Presidential Suite) costing almost a whopping 3 million points per night.
If you’re thinking about a stay at the new Conrad Los Angeles and don’t want to use cash, you can open a Hilton-branded credit card, earn points by dining, taking rideshares, or transfer points from partners.
Hot Tip: Take a look at our guide to earning tons of Hilton Honors points!
Fans of the Conrad brand will be happy to know there’s a stunning new property open in Los Angeles. With several dining options, a rooftop pool, and an expansive spa, the Conrad Los Angeles is sure to be a popular hotel for Hilton loyalists.
Featured Image Credit: Conrad Los Angeles
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