The $2.5 Billion L.A. LIVE sports, residential and entertainment district welcomes the opening of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, which was the final piece of L.A. Live.
The project first started with the opening of STAPLES Center in 1999, and hasn’t stopped growing since.
The Ritz-Carlton plays home to 123 guestrooms, of which 14 are suites. The 3,000 square-foot Ritz-Carlton Suite is the hotel’s largest. The suite features a piano and entertainment room, media corner, lounge, kitchen and formal dining area.
No luxury hotel is complete without a spa. The Ritz-Carlton Spa is 8,000 square-feet with nine treatment rooms, two customized aromatherapy steam rooms, cold plunge showers and two relaxation lounges. Each treatment table has it’s own iPod docking capability.
On the 24th floor of the Ritz Wolfgang Puck has his latest WP24 restaurant concept. WP24 features refined Asian dining with floor to ceiling windows that provide a stunning view of the Los Angeles skyline.
Even if you aren’t staying at the 3,000 square-foot suite, guests can enjoy the 3,400 square-foot signature Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge on the 23rd floor. Other amenities that are on the 26th floor include rooftop pool and bar, and fitness center.
There is plenty to do at the L.A. LIVE district including 13 restaurants and bars: Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, The Farm of Beverly Hills, Rosa Mexicano, Katsuya, ESPN Zone, Flemings Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar, Rock ‘N Fish and Trader Vic’s. The district also houses some of Los Angeles’ most popular entertainment venues such as Club Nokia and Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge.