The InterContinental Los Angeles Century City has announced the completion of the redesign of its 3,300-square-foot Royal Suite, as well as its Grand Salon Ballroom and indoor/outdoor space.
As the hotel’s top accommodation with two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, the Royal Suite offers a kitchenette with full size refrigerator, Lavazza espresso machine, wine cooler and wet bar, as well as a library with 55-inch flat screen TV and LED fireplace. The living area has a 60-inch flat screen TV and an open floor plan, leading into a dining room with an eight-foot LED fireplace. This is also all within view of the dining table and open-air balcony just outside the sliding glass doors.
LED lighting lines the living and dining rooms with customizable shades from royal blue and sea green to fuchsia and red. The master bathroom has two rainfall showers and a soaking tub big enough for two, with sliding windows showcasing views of the Hollywood Hills nearby and the Hollywood sign. The second bedroom includes an attached office space that can also double as another bedroom. Balconies wrap around the entire suite, offering city and coastline views. The suite, along with all other InterContinental Los Angeles accommodations, has Spa InterContinental’s signature Agraria amenities.
Meanwhile, its event space was earlier renovated. The hotel’s main ballroom, which is divisible into four rooms or opens up to accommodate 300 people, now features LED lighting along the walls and ceiling. The hotel meeting spaces are located on the first and second floors. The ground floor’s remodeled space includes the Glass Lounge, Outdoor Garden, Grand Salon Ballroom and Foyer. The second floor houses 15 breakout meetings rooms, including two executive boardrooms and four chateaus with terraces and private bathrooms.
The other main function space on the hotel’s ground floor is the Glass Lounge, which features floor-to-ceiling sliding doors that open into an outdoor garden and courtyard, providing a setting for any type of event that requires conjoined indoor and outdoor areas. The Glass Lounge can be configured with couches and chairs for a smaller, intimate gathering; or as a boardroom setup for corporate meetings. The garden has oversized couches and fire pits surrounded by landscaping.
The InterContinental Los Angeles is located near shopping, entertainment studios and the beaches of Southern California. The hotel, located on the Avenue of the Stars, features 361 guestrooms, including 148 suites, all of which offer panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills, downtown Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean coastline. Dining venues include the Park Grill restaurant and the Lobby Lounge. Spa InterContinental offers treatments in private villas, and the fitness center has an outdoor heated infinity swimming pool, sauna and steam room and complimented with rooftop yoga during the summer.