You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

This New, Ultra-chic Hotel in L.A. Is About to Take Over Your Instagram Feed

Travel + Leisure logo Travel + Leisure 8/27/2021 Stacey Leasca
a living room filled with furniture and a large building: Courtesy of The Ingalls © Provided by Travel + Leisure Courtesy of The Ingalls

Alsace LA has arrived in the City of Angels to shake up its hospitality industry.

In September, the 48-room boutique hotel will officially open its doors in Los Angeles, but not in the neighborhood you may expect. While Downtown, West Hollywood, and Santa Monica have all seen a solid uptick in the number of new luxury offerings, Alsace LA is focusing its attention on the city's historic West Adams neighborhood. This area, the hotel explains in a statement, "offers a richly authentic, unbuttoned experience where artistic, free-spirited energy is embodied and interpreted through design."

a living room: Courtesy of The Ingalls © Provided by Travel + Leisure Courtesy of The Ingalls a room filled with furniture and vase of flowers on a table: Courtesy of The Ingalls © Provided by Travel + Leisure Courtesy of The Ingalls

At the hotel, guests can sit back and relax in the lush interior courtyard and pool area surrounded by both desert landscaping and bohemian design. This is all thanks to Brooklyn-based Home Studios, which brought in an "eclectic mix of vintage and custom furnishings, encompassing the artistic feel of the neighborhood while providing guests a timeless and natural respite," the hotel's website states.


Video: A Replica of the Rosebud Motel From 'Schitt's Creek' Is Now Open in the U.S. (Travel + Leisure)

A Replica of the Rosebud Motel From 'Schitt's Creek' Is Now Open in the U.S.
What to watch next
UP NEXT
UP NEXT

The neutral color palette, it says, is a nod to the Southern California-inspired aesthetic of the hotel's exterior. This is further set off with the hand-selected copper fixtures, ocean blue-tiled walk-in showers, and rattan furnishings in each room.

a bedroom with a large mirror: Courtesy of The Ingalls © Provided by Travel + Leisure Courtesy of The Ingalls

While the hotel, pool, and 24-hour fitness center will open to guests on Sept. 20, Alsace LA will also welcome a new restaurant this winter helmed by chef Danny Elmaleh. The hotel notes that he'll introduce a modern ramen-ya concept to the neighborhood, and the Japanese eatery will feature indoor and outdoor dining options off the hotel courtyard.

a room filled with furniture and vase of flowers on a table: Courtesy of The Ingalls © Provided by Travel + Leisure Courtesy of The Ingalls

"Newcomer buzz has traditionally been reserved for the unofficial hubs of Los Angeles: DTLA, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, and Santa Monica," the hotel adds in its statement. "West Adams' historic and diverse creative community is a rare environment that permeates the neighborhood's nightlife, dining, art, and music scene that is seldom found elsewhere in the L.A. area. Alsace LA is a new way to experience Los Angeles while also having easy access to the city's other popular attractions. It's a destination for the curious explorer, cultural enthusiast, conscious traveler, and design purist."

a living room filled with furniture and a large building: And it's in a neighborhood you'd never expect. © Courtesy of The Ingalls And it's in a neighborhood you'd never expect.

See more about the hotel and booking options, including 15% off with its grand opening offer, here.

AdChoices
AdChoices

More from Travel + Leisure

Travel + Leisure
Travel + Leisure
image beaconimage beaconimage beacon