Lee & Sakahara Architects, Hager design The Bicycle Hotel

The Bicycle Hotel & Casino, a seven-story, 117,907-square-foot boutique luxury hotel is scheduled to open on Dec. 1. The property will be located near Downtown Los Angeles in Bell Gardens.

Raised by commercial general contractor R.D. Olson Construction with architecture by Lee & Sakahara Architects and interior design by Hager Design International, the hotel will open with 99 rooms and suites, dining concepts such as The Bike Brewery, and resort amenities including a full spa and elevated outdoor pool deck with private cabanas.

The Bicycle Hotel & Casino will have a four-lane porte-cochere, and the lobby will have a custom chandelier of 1,660 crystalline strands. A floor design of overlapping circles (inspired by a bicycle wheel) will be in various amenities of the property, including the dining area, coffee house, gift shop, entry to the casino concourse, and the VIP gaming area that will also have Asian influence and decor. The second floor will be all resort, and will have a fitness center, an outdoor pool deck with private cabanas and a hotel spa and sauna.


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For events, the property will have 9,000 square feet of multi-purpose event and private meeting space.

The rooms will have king and queen-size beds complemented by California-inspired furnishings and bath amenities by L'Occitane En Provence. For guests seeking premium accommodations, 29 suites will range from the Classic Suite (766 square feet), The Bike Suite (1,018 square feet), the Governor's Suite (1,529 square feet) and a Presidential Suite (2,040 square feet). All suites will have two bedrooms, a formal living room and Jacuzzi tub.

For dining, the property will have The Bike Brewery hotel restaurant, Coffee House, a 24-hour Snack Bar and in-room dining.

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