Los Angeles’ premier destinations are clustered downtown

Travelers from all over the world come to Los Angeles, whether it’s for the impeccable year-round weather, the thrill of encountering celebrities or the beautiful views of the sky-high architecture from a downtown hotel rooftop during your meeting. Whatever the occasion, Downtown Los Angeles doesn’t skip a beat.

Meet and Sleep

Hotel Indigo Downtown

The 350-room Hotel Indigo Downtown Los Angeles has more than 22,000 sq. ft. of space for groups to meet. There are plenty of gathering places to choose from, including 12 meeting rooms, outdoor terraces and 18 Social, the property’s top-floor cocktail lounge, which can be bought out. Metropole Bar & Kitchen is the hotel’s ground-floor restaurant, serving everything from the latest to the traditional in culinary arts.

Hotel Indigo Downtown is one of four buildings adjacent to the Metropolis development, a collection of high-end residential towers, and it is just a five-minute walk from L.A. Live and Staples Center, offering sports and other live entertainment. A couple more steps will find guests at Disney Concert Hall, The Music Center, The Broad Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art and Orpheum Theatre.


Staples Center

Few cities can match Los Angeles’ eclectic activities and entertainment offerings. And a brief Uber ride will land you just about anywhere you want to go in the city.

Angel City Brewery is a pioneer in Los Angeles’ brewing scene, having opened in 1997. The beer is incredible, and it has several outstanding spaces that planners can rent out for private events. The beer hall, which can accommodate up to 200 guests, has hosted events by notable organizations such as Planned Parenthood Foundation and Keep a Breast Foundation. Pet donations and other community events have also been held there.

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Hotel Indigo Downtown partnered with the brewery to create the “Business & Brews” experience; groups staying at the property have access to a VIP tour and tasting, during which groups will learn about Los Angeles’ brewing history and the story of the more than 100 year old building that houses Angel City, as well as a guided art tour, where groups can learn about the brewery’s relationship with Art Share LA and local artists.

If your group would prefer to stay on property, you can bring the brewery to them by having one of the beer masters pay a visit to any one of the hotel’s meeting spaces to teach your group about the brewing process and how to beer taste like a pro.

The mezzanine, which sits on the second floor of the brewery, is perfect for a cozier group. Accommodating up to 100 people, this space features comfy couches and cocktail tables.

Have you ever wondered where celebrities get their hats made? Baron Hats has made them for Beyonce, Seth MacFarlane and Leonardo DiCaprio, as well as for many well-known films, including Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Dirty Harry and Django: Unchained. Groups staying at Hotel Indigo Los Angeles can go behind the scenes with Mark Mejia, the hatter behind the operation, to learn how it all goes down.

Hotel Indigo Downtown Los Angeles collaborated with Cartwheel Art, which leads a tour of Underground L.A., showing the history of the city and how it came to be what it is. Groups get to prowl the underground tunnels of the city to Prohibition-era speakeasies. Cartwheel Tours’ other tours include Art & Artisans, Theatres & Golden Age of Hollywood and Architecture & Design.

Need to Know

  • 50 million: Visitors L.A. received in 2018, setting a tourism record for the city
  • 4: World ranking of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in total passengers served per year
  • 105,393: Hotel guest rooms in the city