Situated in Century City, within walking distance of Rodeo Drive and the Westfield Century City shopping center, as well as a short drive from the Getty Center and the beach is a truly glamorous hotel - the InterContinental Los Angeles Century City. A property once owned and managed by Hyatt Hotels, the InterContinental remains a luxurious place to stay. There are more than two-hundred hotels in the InterContinental Hotel family, dotting the map in over seventy-five countries.
With the Avenue of the Stars at its footsteps, the InterContinental hotel truly has a style all of its own. Each of its three hundred and sixty-three rooms has its very own personal balcony. Of the three hundred and sixty-three guest rooms, one hundred and eighty are suites. Each room also faces conveniently to the east, toward the ocean and the famous Hollywood sign providing for some dramatic views - especially on a clear Southern California day.
Outside of the individual rooms, guests are treated to a variety of unique services. The lobby is staffed by a group of sushi chefs, ready to roll up some of the best sushi in Los Angeles. Despite its proximity to the 20th Century Fox Lot, the hotel's grounds are landscaped to allow guests to experience the feeling of being some place far, far away. Of course, the hotel's main "attraction" is a personal helicopter pad for individuals looking to make a memorable entrance.
The InterContinental Los Angeles Century City offers a variety of dining options. A particular guest favorite is the hotel's Park Grill, which serves up three classic meals each day. Specializing in French-influenced California cuisine, the Park Grill also offers an extensive wine list, and the option of eating indoors or outdoors. The Park Grill also features the Park Grill Lounge, which a favorite place to relax and enjoy one of the hotel's fine martinis or one of the hotel's specialty drinks named after several Fox movie and television characters.
Despite the hotel's location and proximity to Hollywood, the hotel is primarily frequented by business people. The hotel does see a rise in tourist reservations during the weekends, again as a result of the hotel's location. Business guests flock to the hotel for its service, but also for its 15,000 square foot conference rooms, while tourists enjoy the hotel's services on the weekend. The hotel is also a favorite of guests looking to tie the knot.
Whether a person is there for business or for pleasure, the InterContinental Los Angeles Century City also has an on-site fitness center for working out after a long day of shopping or after a tough conference. The fitness center comes complete with stair stepper machines, stationary bikes, and treadmills. In addition to the standard fitness equipment, the hotel also offers its guests access to the Spa InterContinental, a Zen-inspired spa that promises peace, tranquility, and an escape from the troubles of urban living.
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