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At Hotel Figueroa, we believe in hospitality as an art form. Since our early days as one of the only hotels open to solo female travelers, we have been a haven for trailblazers.

The Fig is a place to get inspired and stay inspired. Whether that means viewing the latest lobby exhibition, driving in for a film, or trading stories with a fellow creator in front of the fireplace, we strive to brighten your experience with the spark of connection.
Please let us know if there is anything we can do to make your stay more comfortable.


Connie Wang


Hotel Figueroa is home to four distinct restaurants and bars.

Cafe Fig

Chef Jan Claudio pairs the best locally-sourced ingredients to create uniquely flavorful menus that underscore DTLA’s burgeoning status as a sought-after destination for serious foodies.

Open for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner:
  • breakfast 7am-11:30am, lunch & dinner 12pm-10pm, last seating 9:30pm
  • Monday: 7am-10pm
  • Tuesday: 7am-10pm
  • Wednesday: 7am-10pm
  • Thursday: 7am-10pm
  • Friday: 7am-10pm
  • Saturday: 7am-10pm
  • Sunday: 7am-10pm

Friday/Saturday Bar open until 12:00am

All Day Menu | Breakfast Menu | Cocktail Menu | Beverage Menu

Bar Magnolia

Singular cocktails that enhance the dining experience and are conversation-starters themselves, served in an electric scene that keeps L.A.’s best and brightest buzzing into the wee hours.

Open for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner – works with Cafe hours, extended for late night/bar service:
  • Breakfast 7am-11:30am, lunch & dinner 12pm-10pm, last seating 9:30pm
  • Open til 12am on Lakers game nights & select performance / event nights
  • Monday: 11:30am-10pm
  • Tuesday: 11:30am-10pm
  • Wednesday: 11:30am-10pm
  • Thursday: 11:30am-10pm
  • Friday: 11:30am-12am
  • Saturday: 11:30am-12am
  • Sunday: 11:30-10 pm
Happy Hour:
  • Monday-Friday 3pm-6pm (Bar & Lobby Lounge only)

Happy hourCocktail menuCoffee/Beverage



Sunday – Tuesday 11am – 10pm

  • Kitchen open until 9pm
  • Bar open until 10pm

Wednesday – Thursday 11am – 12am

  • Kitchen open until 11pm
  • Bar open until 12am

Friday – Saturday 11am – 2am

  • Kitchen open until 11pm
  • Bar open until 2am

Drink Menu



Surrounded by 50-year-old cacti and colorful bougainvillea, the iconic coffin-shaped pool at Hotel Figueroa is a hidden oasis amid the sweeping skyscrapers of downtown Los Angeles.

Swimming Hours

8am – 8pm daily

Fitness Center

The fitness center is located in the west wing of the 2nd floor.

  • Outdoor terrace
  • Peloton bicycles
  • Free weights, kettlebells, and medicine balls
  • FTS Glide Functional Training System
  • Yoga mats

Towels, chilled water, and headphones are available for your convenience.

Personal training is available upon request.

Fitness Center Hours
Open daily 24/7



Do not admit unknown persons into your room without properly identifying them. Any concerns regarding a person’s identity should be conveyed to our security team.


Safeguard your room keys at all times. Should you misplace your room keys, please notify a Front Desk Member. Proper identification is required to receive a new key.

Room Locks

For additional security while in your guest room, please use the dead bolt as well as all door locking features. This will prevent the door from being opened from the outside. A Do Not Disturb hanger is also available for added privacy.

In-Room Safe

For your convenience, a complimentary safe is located in every guest room.

Safe Deposit Boxes

Additional safe deposit boxes are available by the Front Desk at no additional cost.

Emergency Assistance

In the event of a life threatening emergency, please call 911 from any phone inside the hotel. Immediately after calling 911, please report the emergency to our security team by dialing 0 to reach the hotel operator.

Telephone Calls

Promptly report any suspicious or indecent telephone calls to our security team.

Fire Alarm

When there is a fire alarm, the strobe lights in your guest room will flash and a public announcement regarding the alarm investigation will be made. Please listen carefully to all public announcements for further instruction.

Fire Evacuation

When an evacuation is necessary, an evacuation announcement will sound over the PA system. Do not use elevators to evacuate. Go to the nearest stairwell and walk calmly down the stairs. Exit the building and stand by to receive further instructions. Please also refer to the evacuation map placed on the back of each guest room entry.


At Hotel Figueroa, we welcome our guests traveling with small pets. Please review the following policies carefully.

  • There will be a non-refundable pet fee of $50 per stay to be charged to your account upon arrival. This fee is not applicable to registered service dogs with valid identification.
  • Pets must be on a controlled leash at all times when not inside your room.
  • Verification of vaccinations must be completed and up to date before checking in.
  • In order to make your room available to housekeeping and/or maintenance, you must arrange to be present with your pet or have them contained in a crate or pet carrier during service.
  • Pets are not to be left in guest room unattended.
  • Pets are not permitted at the pool or food and beverage outlets.
  • Guests are responsible for their pet’s noise, and must ensure their pet does not disturb the quiet enjoyment of other hotel guests.
  • Guests must clean up after their pet while on hotel grounds and property. Waste must be deposited in the outside dumpster or as otherwise designated.
  • Damages caused by pets to rooms, furnishings, or any other part of the hotel are the guest’s sole responsibility. Guest accounts will be charged commensurate to the cost of such damages. Guest room is subject to damage inspection at any time, as well as upon checkout.


Hotel Figueroa opened in 1926 as an exclusive women’s hostelry owned by the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA). According to an article by the Los Angeles Times, the hotel was “financed, built and operated by and for femininity,” and served as a safe haven for solo women travelers. The hotel’s first general manager, Maude Bouldin, was the first female general manager of any hotel in America.

Throughout the decades, the hotel was at the center of local, national, and global cultural events. It continued to be a special place for women in business and social clubs, as well as a bastion of art, politics, and intellectualism. Art exhibitions, musical performances, political press conferences, and hosted talks by world travelers were all part of the dynamic social scene at Hotel Figueroa. Activists gave speeches decrying racism, sexism, and other social issues against this backdrop of progress.

In the 1950s, the hotel was remodelled and modernized. This included bathrooms added to every guest room, and a large pool built where the YWCA once stood.

In 1978, Uno Thimansson purchased the hotel, and would go on to operate it for the next 36 years, transforming the entire property into a Moroccan-themed attraction. Under his leadership, The Fig served as an affordable boutique hotel for tourists—and a unique hangout for locals.

In 2016, Downtown LA’s thriving arts, dining, and business scene inspired a comprehensive revitalization. This sympathetic refresh aimed to restore the hotel back to its original Spanish Colonial roots while maintaining its strong architectural elements.

Today, Hotel Figueroa blends both old and new, offering a space that is respectful of where it came from and yet undoubtedly contemporary—a property that is both inspired by its own history and inspiring to those who walk its halls.


Hotel Figueroa is at the center of Downtown Los Angeles life. Walk to L.A. Live, the Staples Center, and the Los Angeles Convention Center for live entertainment or sporting events. Our unique downtown districts are also in close proximity by foot, subway ride, or a short drive.

El Pueblo

Experience the history of LA by visiting El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument. This “living museum” includes Olvera Street Marketplace, historic sites, and the Chinese American Museum and the Italian American Museum of Los Angeles. El Pueblo also neighbors Chinatown’s Chung King Road art galleries and the Japanese American National Museum in Little Tokyo.

Historic Core

Sample world cuisines at the historic Grand Central Market. Tour the famous Theater District, explore the stunning architecture of the Bradbury building, or visit the observatory deck at the top of City Hall for a sweeping view of LA County. The neighboring Jewelry District is one of the world’s largest.

Bunker Hill & Grand Ave.

Take a walking tour of some of our city’s cultural gems. The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Walt Disney Concert Hall, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, and Ahmanson Theatre all complement the heart of Downtown.

Fashion District

A playground for fashion wholesalers, the California Market Center opens for the everyday shopper on the last Friday of every month. The Santee Alley serves as LA’s ultimate shopping bazaar. Scour the stalls for one-of-a-kind gems at bargain prices.

The Flower District

LA’s famous Flower District primarily caters to the wholesale market, but many shops and stalls are also open to the general public. Future brides and quinceaneras can window shop in search of the best quality and bargain.

Arts District

Look for independent galleries and retail spaces interspersed among world-famous art institutions in the Arts District. Browse the collections and exhibits at SCI-Arc, A+D Museum, the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), Cirrus Galleries, and Hauser & Wirth. Then visit the shops and stalls at The Row or Arts District Co-Op to find unique pieces to bring home.