Renaissance Hollywood Hotel purchased by Loews

In the glitz and glam of Hollywood, the movies aren’t the only thing getting peoples’ attention this summer and the new Loews acquisition of the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel is certainly buzz-worthy in the City of Angels. Officially attaining the property June 16th, the hotel will become Loews Hollywood and will remain open during a $26 million renovation.

The 632 guestrooms, including 32 suites, are part of the Hollywood and Highland Center. Giving guests access to over 80 shops, 26 restaurants, two nightclubs, eight bars, and the newly renamed Dolby Theatre (where the Academy Awards are held), the property is a prime location in the heart of all the action.

“We continually look to enhance our uniquely local guest experiences through our style of comfortable luxury and genuine service combined with properties in the best locations,” said Jonathan Tisch, Chairman of Loews Hotels. “The Loews Hollywood Hotel embodies the essence of Los Angeles and the addition of our signature services and upgraded amenities will match the energy and vibrant culture of Hollywood.”

Perhaps the most striking spots at the hotel include the spa, pool terrace and restaurant and event space. Being even further enhanced during the renovation, the unique and local touches that Loews are known for will make this property a hotspot in Hollywood. Partnered with Wolfgang Puck Catering, galas and events in the 25,000 square foot grand ballroom will be spectacular to say the least.


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