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Sheraton Flag Flies in Downtown L.A

Starwood announces that the Hyatt Regency Los Angeles was reflagged on May 20th, as the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown. The property is owned by 711 Hope, LP and managed by Rim LA Manager, LLC of Modesto, CA. The 485-room hotel will undergo a $10 million renovation which will include modifications to guest rooms, meeting rooms and public space.
“We are delighted to be back at this terrific location with this great property and feel it is important for Starwood’s distribution to once again have a Sheraton hotel in downtown Los Angeles,” stated Katherine Lewis, vice president, Sheraton Hotels & Resorts.

“I am so proud to be at the helm of this fabulous property and look forward to raising this hotel to its full potential and delighting our guests with the Sheraton experience.” said Patrick Birmingham, the new general manager of the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown.

The Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown will feature all of the brand’s signature amenities and services including highly acclaimed Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed(sm). The Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed is a luxurious nine-layer custom designed bed that features an 11.5 inch thick, high coil count plush-top mattress, down and allergy sensitive pillows and crisp sheets. The hotel also features 28,000 square feet of meeting space which includes a 12,000 square-foot ballroom that can seat up to 1,000 and a 6,000 square-foot round rooftop ballroom offering stunning views of the city.

Situated in the Los Angeles financial district, this contemporary hotel is connected to Macy’s Plaza, an expansive shopping mall offering many fine shops and dining outlets. The hotel is close to several downtown attractions including Staples Center, the popular sports and entertainment center which is home to the LA Lakers, LA Kings and LA Clippers and also hosts top performing acts and boxing events. Additionally, the hotel is within walking distance to the Los Angeles Convention Center, the theater district and Los Angeles public transportation system, Metrolink and Red Line.