The best new LA boutique hotel openings slated for 2020


Los Angeles is a hub of boutique hotels and there are always several upcoming hotel projects on the Hollywood horizon. Boutique Hotelier has collated a list of the best soon-to-open LA boutique hotels for 2020.

Thompson Hollywood (Hollywood – 2020)

Two Roads Hospitality’s Thompson lifestyle brand, which previously operated The Hollywood Roosevelt, will return to the Hollywood neighborhood with a new property on Wilcox Avenue, between Hollywood and Sunset Boulevards.The 190-room hotel is being built by Dream Hollywood developer Relevant Group and will house meeting and events space, a fitness center and a rooftop pool deck.

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Downtown L.A. Proper Hotel (Fashion District, Downtown – spring 2020)

Proper Hospitality, the new brand headed by former Viceroy Hotels chief Brad Korzen, is slated to debut its first Los Angeles hotel in Downtown LA’s Fashion District, located at the site of the former Case Hotel. The 13-story property, originally built in 1924, will have 148 rooms designed by Kelly Wearstler. The hotel will boast a first-floor restaurant, Calo Verde, as well as a rooftop lounge.

Tommie Hotel (Hollywood2020)

With ample greenspace and an array of communal amenities, the Tommie Hotel is designed for young professionals, artists and entrepreneurs. The Tommie Hotel Los Angeles will sit at the intersection of Wilcox and Selma Avenues in Hollywood, adjacent to the existing Mama Shelter hotel. The 212-room hotel also comes from the Two Roads Hospitality brand and Relevant Group developers.

The Godfrey Hotel (Hollywood – spring 2020)

The 150,000-square-foot Godfrey Hotel Hollywood will be a high-end boutique property fit for the contemporary professional. The project features smart, tech-forward amenities that will allow travelers to conduct business locally or remotely. The Hollywood location marks the brand’s first West Coast location. The property is slated to open with 220 rooms, a rooftop and pool lounge—the largest rooftop space in Hollywood—and a contemporary spin on the classic steakhouse, called About Last Knife.

Fairmont Century Plaza (Century City – summer 2020)

This mid-century modern hotel has been redesigned to include 400 luxury guest rooms, 63 private residences, the 14,000 sq ft Fairmont Spa Century Plaza, French brasserie Lumière, and nearly 24,000 sq ft of private event space. The reimagined Fairmont Century Plaza is part of a $2.5 billion mixed-use redevelopment project on 6.14 acres, which also includes two 44-story towers with 290 privately-owned luxury residences, and 92,127 square feet of boutique shopping and restaurants. The property is located on the corner of Avenue of the Stars and Constellation Boulevard.

Grupo Habita Project (Arts District, Downtown – 2020)

The first L.A. project for Grupo Habita, a hotel group that develops boutique properties in Mexico, Chicago, and New York, will take over a 109-year-old brick warehouse in the Arts District, transforming it with modern accommodations, a rooftop lounge, garden and pool.

citizenM Los Angeles Downtown (Historic Core, Downtown2020)

The Dutch hotel chain citizenM, in partnership with BLVD Hospitality Group, will open an 11-story, 315-room property at the corner of Spring and 4th. citizenM Los Angeles Downtown will be an affordable yet luxurious property that is walking distance to Grand Central Market, Angels Flight Railway and the iconic Bradbury Building.

The Cambria Hotel Los Angeles – Spring Street (Historic Core, Downtown – 2020)

Another new property for Downtown L.A.’s Historic Core, The Cambria Hotel is set to occupy 13 stories in an adaptive reuse project of a 1927 building that once housed the Los Angeles Police Department Vice Squad. The 180-room hotel will target both leisure and business travelers and offer an array of high-tech amenities. Guests can look forward to a state-of-the-art fitness center, 8,000 sq ft of unique meeting space and locally-sourced on-site dining.

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