Sheraton Hotels & Resorts announced the designation of Sheraton Los Angeles Hotel as a Sheraton Grand, joining 23 other Sheraton Grand properties around the globe, The rebranding comes after Sheraton Grand Los Angeles completed a $75-million renovation that saw changes made to the property’s 496 guestrooms and suites, a complete refresh of the lobby and meeting spaces, and introduction of new dining experiences.
As part of the revitalization at The Bloc, a landmark mixed-use property in downtown, the Sheraton Grand Los Angeles’ redesign was led by interior and product designer Colum McCartan of McCartan.
With the top-to-bottom revitalization completed, updated guestrooms now have luxury amenities.
The color palette used in the lobby includes gold, with a 21st century interpretation of the local area’s Art Deco heritage. The lobby also has a coffee shop by day, turning into a lobby bar by night.
The property has a rooftop deck, which also has the hotel’s new restaurant, District on the Bloc
Sheraton Grand Los Angeles similarly has Sheraton Club, the brand’s private club lounge.
Sheraton Grand Los Angeles has a total of 30,000 square feet of meeting space. The hotel has 26,000 square feet of newly renovated flexible indoor event space, including the 10,000 square feet California Ballroom, which can accommodate up to 900 guests. The hotel also has outdoor spaces with city views, fire features and cabanas, accommodating up to 200 guests.