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DoubleTree Hilton Hotel - Little Tokyo (Rooftop Kyoto Gardens)

DoubleTree Hilton Hotel - Little Tokyo (Rooftop Kyoto Gardens) | Japanese-City.com

Location Information

120 S. Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012

The DoubleTree by Hilton Los Angeles Downtown is your relaxing hideaway amongst the bustling attractions and businesses nearby. Enjoy a fresh-baked chocolate chip cookie at check-in, and after a long day settle into a blissful night's sleep in our Sweet Dreams by DoubleTree beds. Whether traveling for business or leisure, take advantage of an array of amenities including our 24-hour fitness center, modern business center, complimentary basic Internet access, and onsite dining options. Our newly renovated accommodations, friendly hotel staff, and upscale services are ideal for your next stay in LA.

Nestled in the heart of Little Tokyo, our Los Angeles hotel features unique interior decor with Japanese touches throughout the and the serene rooftop Kyoto Gardens. The garden and several suites feature breathtaking skyline views of nearby LA City Hall, the Financial District, and beyond. During your stay, easily walk to Walt Disney Concert Hall and Union Station, or take our complimentary courtesy transportation* to an array of nearby attractions like the Staples Center, L.A. Live, Bunker Hill, Los Angeles Convention Center, and Dodger Stadium.

Our Los Angeles hotel also features 15,400 sq. ft. of flexible event space, state-of-the-art A/V equipment, and complete catering services. Easily plan a corporate seminar in one of our 14 meeting rooms, or continue a trial session in our new Executive War Room. Watch your fairytale wedding come to life at our rooftop garden space or in one of our customizable ballrooms. Conveniently located in Downtown Los Angeles, our hotel offers room blocks, beautiful suites, and easy highway access for event attendees.

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