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citizenM opens first hotel in downtown Los Angeles

citizenM will open its doors in Los Angeles. citizenM Los Angeles Downtown represents the first of two properties planned for California this year as San Francisco Union Square will follow in October.

citizenM Los Angeles Downtown is the first of the brand’s properties to open its doors in both the city and in California. Additional properties planned for 2021 include citizenM San Francisco Union Square (projected opening October 2021), citizenM Miami World Center (projected opening December 2021), citizenM Miami Brickell (projected opening December 2021), and citizenM Washington DC NOMA (projected opening February 2022).

These openings will complement the existing citizenM US portfolio in Boston, New York, Seattle, and Washington, DC, bringing the total offering to 10 hotels across the country and 27 worldwide.

citizenM collaborated with its long-time architecture partner, concrete Amsterdam, on the property’s design. Like all citizenM hotels, the property’s entrance leads not into a traditional lobby with a reception desk but into a living room furnished with books, art and furniture from citizenM’s long-standing partner, Vitra. In the heart of the living room is a canteenM, serving food and drinks 24/7.

The 315-room, 11-story hotel offers a gym, five societyM meeting spaces, and a collectionM retail space.

citizenM’s famous one-minute check-in via the self-service kiosk can now be done via the app on the way to the hotel, and guests can also use their own smartphone to open the room.

The contactless experience continues in the bedrooms. All room controls – lights, blinds, temperature, colour settings, and entertainment – can now be done through the citizenM app, without touching the in-room tablet or wall switches.


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