Living room of the renovated Royal Suite // © 2015 InterContinental Los Angeles Century City
Earlier this month, InterContinental Los Angeles Century City completed its multimillion-dollar renovation. The renovation, officially announced by the luxury hotel in March and led by Toluca Lake, Calif.-based firm The Design Studio, included the property’s 363 guestrooms and suites, on-site spa and meeting spaces.
New to the hotel are stylish one-bedroom, 784-square-foot Premier Terrace suites, which each include an outdoor space outfitted with lounge chairs and a shaded daybed with curtains. Adjacent suites that can be connected to create a spacious four-bedroom accommodation are now available for those traveling in large groups, such as families or extended-stay guests.
The contemporary two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom Royal Suite is another option for multigenerational groups or travelers who want an extra-luxurious stay. The 3,300-square-foot suite has been updated with amenities including a Lavazza espresso machine, a wine cooler and a fully stocked wet bar, in addition to a kitchenette with a full-size fridge. The suite’s dining room features shades with color options, as well as a large LED fireplace. Another LED fireplace can be found in the library. The master bathroom offers a soaking tub and two rainfall showers, and guests can relax on the suite’s wraparound balcony.