One of the longest-standing hotels in Downtown Los Angeles, Hotel Figueroa is an iconic beacon of progress in an ever-evolving city. Following a dazzling, two-year restoration inspired by its original 1926 Spanish Colonial splendor, the hotel has re-emerged as a sophisticated and singularly storied haven in L.A.’s cultural epicenter.
With 268 rooms & suites spread over 14 floors and a coffin-shaped pool nestled within a botanical oasis in L.A.’s most dynamic neighborhood, Hotel Figueroa is as renowned for its substance as for its style. First commissioned nearly a century ago as an exclusive haven for professional women travelers—a rarity at the time—the hotel’s roots as a bastion of social progress and creativity run deep.
DTLA-based Brujita Skincare has developed an all organic skincare line exclusively for Hotel Figueroa, designed to feed your face and soul with some serious self-care magic.
"EASILY AMONG THE BEST HOTELS IN LOS ANGELES. MAINTAINS THE HERITAGE OF THE PROPERTY, NOT JUST IN DESIGN BUT IN PROGRAMMING & COMMITMENT TO THE ARTS."
Discover a world of flavor at Hotel Figueroa. At Breva and Veranda, the hotel’s two acclaimed destination restaurants, James Beard Award-nominated Chef Casey Lane attracts discerning foodies with his masterful Mediterranean cuisine crafted with locally sourced ingredients. Meanwhile, serious cocktail aficionados gather to trade ideas in its three atmospheric bars—Bar Figueroa, Rick’s, and Bar Alta—from world renowned bartender Dushan Zaric, of New York City’s and West Hollywood’s Employees Only.
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DTLA has been Hotel Figueroa’s home for nearly a century. Through decades of change, we’ve become deeply attached to our thriving neighborhood, where a host of museums, art galleries, and music venues reflects the city’s edgy beginnings and artistic leanings. Just steps from the Staples Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center, the Figueroa corridor home of the hotel is a resurgent capital of arts, entertainment and culture for forward-thinkers from around the globe.