Address Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles 929 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA

Built in 1927, this building was at its time, with its 74 meters, the tallest building in Los Angeles.

In Spanish Gothic style, inspired by the Cathedral of Segovia in Spain, this institution formerly known as the United Artists Theater was born from the desire of silent film actors to project their films independently. It was designed by C. Howard Crane and counted among its financiers Charlie Chaplin, D. W. Griffith, Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. Later transformed into a university cathedral, it is now known as the Ace Hotel. It has 182 rooms. Its interior, such as its spectacular ballroom, have remained unchanged since the 1920s.

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