Starwood opens first Los Angeles Aloft

Aloft El Segundo

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide is expanding its Aloft brand in California with a new opening.

The Aloft El Segundo -- Los Angeles Airport is the brand's first hotel in Los Angeles County. The hotel is owned by Rubicon Companies and managed by Aimbridge Hospitality. The hotel completed a $20-million conversion to reposition itself as an Aloft hotel, and now has 246 rooms.

The hotel is located on the Pacific Coast Highway, near several beaches and in close proximity to Plaza El Segundo, The Point, Manhattan Village and Loyola Marymount University. The hotel is also near a number of Fortune 500 corporations, including Chevron, Raytheon, Boeing and Northrop Grumman.

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The hotel includes Starwood's keyless entry system, SPG Keyless, and also offers free Wi-Fi throughout the property. The hotel also has more than 1,400 square feet of indoor meeting space, the Backyard outdoor space, Re:charge fitness center, Re:fuel grab-and-go food option and live local music at the W XYZ bar. The hotel participates in Aloft's Live At Aloft Hotels music series.

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