A new age of glamour
The completely reimagined Fairmont Century Plaza is building upon its legacy as a Los Angeles cultural landmark and haven for visionaries across art, film, music, politics and business.
Originally deemed “The Hotel of the Future,” the mid-century modern icon from architect Minoru Yamasaki returns as the centerpiece of a $2.5 billion mixed-use development project on 6.14 acres. The project includes two 44-story towers with 94,000 square feet of boutique shopping and 268 privately owned luxury residences.
Fairmont Century Plaza’s 16 floors house an additional 63 privately owned residential units, as well as 400 guestrooms, including 49 suites.
“Fairmont Century Plaza will once again be THE Los Angeles hotel—just as it was when it opened to worldwide acclaim in 1966,” said Philip Barnes, Regional Vice President, Southern California and General Manager, Fairmont Century Plaza.
International design firm Yabu Pushelberg has transformed the hotel’s design, delivering a modern update to the 1960s nostalgia while celebrating Fairmont’s defining quality of grandeur with a Californian twist. The hotel’s 13,078-square-foot Los Angeles Ballroom is one of the city’s largest ballrooms.
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