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City Snapshot: 12,000 new hotel rooms set to light up LA [Infographic]

A look at the TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database shows that dozens of four- and five-star hotel projects will be completed in the City of Angels in the coming years.

LA may be best known as the birthplace of the film industry, but our data indicates it also has a thriving hotel development market. California’s largest city will host 58 new hotel projects with 12,157 rooms in the coming years, according to our research.

LA hotel openings by date

The second half of 2021 will see ten hotels (2,201 keys) open their doors – four programs are currently in the pre-opening phase. Another 14 properties (2,473 rooms) will be commissioned in 2022, followed by ten more projects (1,963 rooms) in 2023 and 24 hotels (5,520 rooms) in 2024 and beyond.

Of the 58 new hotels in the city, 43 will be in the four-star sector. However, it simply wouldn’t be LA without a few new luxury properties in the pipeline – we’re currently tracking 15 aimed at the five-star market.

Major hotel brands are growing in Los Angeles

Hyatt Hotels Corporation will open three Hyatt Centric boutique properties with a total of 470 rooms, earning it the coveted title of the most active hotel brand in Los Angeles.

CitizenM Hotels is also on a mission to bring more affordable luxury to the city – it has two new projects and 555 rooms on its books.

LA’s most eye-catching hotel programs

The 272-room Hyatt Place LAX/Century Boulevard will open as a dual-brand property alongside Hyatt House LAX later this year. Together, the two hotels will offer a range of shared services and amenities that meet the needs of transient and extended-stay guests, including a rooftop pool and restaurant and bar with unparalleled views of the ski slopes. Los Angeles International Airport, Downtown LA, The Hollywood Sign, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and Manhattan Beach.

On Wilcox Avenue in the heart of Hollywood, Thompson Hollywood will take on the style of its surroundings. The ground floor of this ten-story building will host a lobby, restaurant and bar, while the penthouse level will include an outdoor swimming pool with a terrace, restaurant and fitness center, as well as a hotspot. unique vantage point to admire the Hollywood sign and downtown LA. The opening date of the 200-room hotel is set for the end of 2021.

A few blocks away, the Schrader Hotel will open in early 2023. This 191-key property will occupy an 11-story tower, with a commercial space, restaurant and café on the ground floor. From its rooftop swimming pool and amenity deck, guests can enjoy fantastic views of the Hollywood Hills, the city and the surrounding landscape.