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InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown

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Charles A. Hawkins
Chef Concierge

Join us in the heart of the downtown Los Angeles. At the Concierge Desk, we are delighted to help you discover our lively city and curate an unforgettable stay. Let us assist by booking excursions, arranging reservations, and sharing our expert local knowledge.

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OCHTEND

Welcome a blissful morning with breakfast at Dekkadance on the 69th floor. Enjoy a nutritious smoothie and a made-to-order omelet from our globally inspired, farm-to-table menu while gazing out into the Los Angeles cityscape and spotting airplane arrivals into LAX. For your day of exploration, let our Concierge curate your private tour of L.A. to guide you to top attractions in the city.

MIDDAG

Start your afternoon with a short hike up to the iconic Hollywood sign, before driving down the legendary Sunset Boulevard to spot famous sites in Beverly Hills and Hollywood. Take a photo at the Chinese Theater, stroll along the Walk of Fame stars, and then head back into Downtown. On your way, stop at the Grand Central Market to experience the best of L.A. cuisine with over 40 dining options and dishes from all over the globe. A Concierge favorite is the Eureka lemon at McConnell’s Fine Ice Cream.

AVOND

As evening falls, return to the hotel to soak in the jacuzzi on the 7th floor overlooking Downtown. Relaxed, head into the No Dive pool bar for appetizers before dinner at the award-winning La Boucherie on the 71st floor. Drift into heavenly bliss overlooking Los Angeles from your Starlight Booth, where signature cocktails, and tender steak with all the pairings, typify this elevated dining experience.

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