LOS ANGELES–Pacifica Hotels, the largest owner and operator of boutique hotels along the Pacific Coast, is pleased to announce The Wayfarer Downtown LA will join the Tapestry Collection by Hilton portfolio on April 29, 2022.
“We are thrilled to transition to a Tapestry Collection by Hilton property and continue our partnership with Hilton,” said Matt Marquis, CEO at Pacifica Hotels. “This boutique property is truly a gem within our collection, and we look forward to joining forces with one of the largest hotel groups in the world.”
The popular, community-centric hotel is situated in the heart of the historic Broadway Corridor and located on the nearly century-old site of the former Ritz Milner Hotel. The hotel rises high above the city with 156 breathtaking, high-function, masterfully designed rooms and suites created with today’s traveler in mind by Los Angeles-based architecture firm Rockefeller Kempel Architects, and The Gettys Group, in collaboration with Pacifica Hotels’ in-house design team. The Wayfarer DTLA seeks to elevate the independent and ever curious traveler experience, highlighting the cultural intersection that is DTLA through public space art with a more urban, raw approach. Showcasing a variety of flexible venues and lively public spaces, local art installations and interactive touches that entice one to dig deeper, The Wayfarer encourages neighborhood discovery and connection to the communities of greater Los Angeles.
Various socially driven and distinctive dining and entertainment experiences continue the communal Wayfarer experience. Guests can enjoy build-your-own beer and wine flights, high speed Wi-Fi and an American bistro serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily at The Gaslighter Social Club. For expertly handcrafted cocktails and limited-edition spirits, find plenty of whimsy and color at Lilly Rose, The Wayfarer DTLA’s basement parlor where the bizarre meets the beautiful. The basement of the historic hotel turns into a vibrant hideaway with a spirited atmosphere, light and creative fare, vintage game machines like Zoltar and local live entertainment ranging from stand-up to performance art and everything between.
Looking for views? Experience DTLA from The Rooftop for the perfect refreshment or bite with a side of cityscape, perched 12 floors up. The open-air restaurant and bar acts as the apex of The Wayfarer DTLA, boasting a cuisine that celebrates the multicultural flavors of urban L.A. with dishes inspired by both homecooked favorites and simple street fare.