Las Vegas, NV, June 14, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Sandy Zimmerman's article reviews the latest developments in Los Angeles' new downtown, "Known as the financial district for many years, downtown Los Angeles is now bustling with even more activities.
Visitors will find a new thriving downtown.
The Luxe Hotel Group’s multi-million dollar project called for the renovation of the former Holiday Inn to be transformed into the Luxe City Center boutique Hotel.
The focal point in the lobby is their digital art rendition of one of Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings above the reception desk. The colors change while the clouds move across the country scene.
There are several places to relax in the bar, television lounge, cabanas and large outside terrace.
One special health feature includes a spa-style shower in the Platinum Hollywood Suite.
The shower has nine electronically controlled shower heads.
The groups of shower heads are in front, on the side and a rain shower above the guest.
You can set the controls for the three showers to run all at once or one at a time.
These showers are so spacious they are big enough for two people.
The Luxe City Center Boutique Hotel is also in Los Angeles’ downtown entertainment center.
Some of these attractions include:
The LA Convention Center, the Staples Center, Nokia Theater, LA Live, Regal Theaters, Entertainment and Sports Programming Network ZONE, the Conga Room, Grammy Museum, as well as numerous other dining and entertainment."
The Luxe Hotel group operates two hotels in the Los Angeles area: The Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel, Bel Air and the Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel, Beverly Hills. It also represents and manages 200 hotels worldwide.
The Luxe City Center Boutique Hotel is located at 1020 S. Figueroa Street, on the corner of Olympic Boulevard, in downtown, Los Angeles.
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