Frieze Los Angeles

Paramount Pictures Studios

February 15 – 17, 2019

Hotel Figueroa

939 S. Figueroa Street
90015 Los Angeles
Founded and funded in 1926 by women, Hotel Figueroa remains a downtown Los Angeles treasure.

Hotel Figueroa is one of the only preserved treasures in downtown Los Angeles. Originally opened in 1926 as a women’s hostelry by the YWCA, the iconic destination starts a new chapter after a complete transformation. Melding Spanish Colonial design with contemporary touches, the hotel features sweeping ceilings, skylights, and arched hallways. All 268 guest rooms & suites are warmly designed with smart-technology, local artwork, and custom millwork. 

Culinary experiences were conceived by James Beard award nominee Chef Casey Lane and craft cocktail mastermind Dushan Zaric and include restaurants, Breva and Veranda, as well as Bar Figueroa, Rick’s and the reservations-only, Bar Alta. Hotel amenities include a tea service, wellness classes, Tesla house car, art collection, Artist-in-Residence program, and fitness center. A ground-level pool and sundeck are enclosed within a botanical hideaway. Hotel Figueroa is steps from The Staples Center, L.A. Live, and the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Hotel Figueroa welcomes Frieze with an exclusive offer, including a 15% savings on rooms and suites and a $50 eat + drink credit to use during your stay. 


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