A familiar landmark on LA’s West Century Boulevard since 1967, the 580-room Concourse Hotel at Los Angeles Airport has been undergoing a massive renovation. The $75 million project marks the transition of the Hyatt-affiliated hotel to the Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport.
The Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport is the closest hotel to LAX, and the only one to offer continuous shuttle service to the airport and back. The shuttle leaves every ten minutes and is free to guests. But… travelers will have reasons beyond just convenience to make their reservations at the area’s only Hyatt Regency hotel.
Beginning in the lobby, guests will notice the impeccable commitment to customer service and attention to detail that makes a visit to Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport such a memorable experience. The hotel’s Guest Experience Agents greet new arrivals with refreshing beverages, sweet treats and a friendly, welcoming attitude.
The impeccable guest rooms are optimized for relaxation and convenience. Aesthetically-pleasing mid-century modern furniture and the world famous Hyatt Grand Bed, much-prized by weary travelers, marry comfort and elegance. Despite it’s close proximity to one of the world’s busiest airports, guests never have to worry about the tumult.
The quadruple-paned glass in all of the windows offers incredible views of bustling LAX as well as the legendary Los Angeles skyline while keeping unwanted noise out. You literally cannot hear the planes take off or land!
Guests can stay connected and entertained in their rooms with a 55-inch wall-mounted television, complete with HDMI streaming capability and free high-speed Wi-Fi. The bathrooms are adorned with high-end amenities such as sliding tranquility doors and rain shower heads.
When it’s time to grab something to eat, guests don’t need to leave the hotel to satisfy their craving for delicious favorites or ethnic cuisine. Two new restaurants, under the inspired direction of Executive Chef Charles Fusco, will feature an array of dining choices that bring together the distinctive flavors of the Asian and Latino cultures that make Los Angeles one of the most diverse and exciting cities in the world. The Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport restaurants alone are reason enough to visit for the great cuisine!
Open Market will have a more informal deli feel with patrons able to grab salads and sandwiches to go or enjoy savory Italian coffees, pastries, or entrees items including soup, noodles and made to order dishes at an authentic Illy Cafe. Unity LA will be open to diners all day with a generous menu of tantalizing selections. The new eateries will serve up a variety of dishes that pay homage to the cities dynamic ethnic neighborhoods such as Boyle Heights, Chinatown, Echo Park, Koreatown, Little Tokyo and Thai Town. Both restaurants will open for business once the renovation is complete.
Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport will offer 50,000 square feet of meeting space to accommodate special events and functions of all sizes. The 14,000 square foot ballroom along with an event lawn that can easily accommodate 750 guests are natural choices for weddings and other special occasions. Organizers of trade shows, meetings, and seminars, will have a spacious new option when the 10,000 square foot conference center. All of the spaces will be stylish and state of the art.
Managing Director Jeff Rostek oversees operations at Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport with the support of Dallas- based Prism Hotels & Resorts.
To learn more about Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport, or to make a reservations call (424) 702-1234 or visit www.losangelesairport.regency.hyatt.com.
They are located at 6225 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045
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Written by Jane Emery