Hilton has announced the ambitious debut of its Conrad Hotels & Resorts brand in Los Angeles. Expected next year, the new upscale hotel is part of the development of a massive Frank Gehry-designed multipurpose complex, The Grand LA, which also includes a host of shopping and dining venues, in addition to 400 residential apartments.

Located in the heart of Grand Ave. Arts, the hotel is also close to the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Museum of Contemporary Art. “As Downtown Los Angeles experiences its strongest real estate boom in a century, we believe 2022 is the perfect time to introduce a

Hilton has announced the ambitious debut of its Conrad Hotels & Resorts brand in Los Angeles. Expected next year, the new upscale hotel is part of the development of a massive Frank Gehry-designed multipurpose complex, The Grand LA, which also includes a host of dedicated shopping and dining venues, in addition to 400 residential apartments.

Located in the heart of Grand Ave. Arts, the hotel is also close to the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Museum of Contemporary Art. “As Downtown Los Angeles experiences its strongest real estate boom in a century, we believe 2022 is the perfect time to introduce such a dynamic hotel within this cultural epicenter

,” said Danny Hughes, president of Hilton’s Americas region.

Housed in a 28-story tower, the Conrad Los Angeles at The Grand LA will open with 305 guest rooms and more than 3,500 square feet of meeting and event space. With its lounges and restaurants open to the outside world and, above all, its immense 5,000 sq. m. rooftop with a swimming pool, the hotel intends to position itself as an attractive drop-off point for business travellers looking for lively venues.

Also in the Americas, Hilton’s Tapestry Collection has made its debut in Brazil – as well as on the South American subcontinent – about 30 kilometers from Sao Paulo

. Built by Jesuits in the 16th century and nestled in the Atlantic Forest, the historic town of Embu das Artes plays on its colonial heritage to attract travelers. And it is in this tropical setting that this 138-room hotel is located, with a focus on leisure and MICE. L'Almenat Hotel, membre de la Tapestry Collection by Hilton (c) 2021 Hilton Hotels /Tadeu BrunelliThe Almenat Hotel, a member of the Tapestry Collection by Hilton (c) 2021 Hilton Hotels /Tadeu Brunelli A

new member of the Tapestry Collection, the Almenat Hotel has 22 meeting rooms, all of which are equipped with video conferencing solutions. In addition, there are numerous areas for incentive and relaxation activities, including a gym, bowling alley, indoor swimming pools, etc.

and outdoor, but also tennis courts, two football fields and a hiking trail in the rainforest. In addition, there will soon be two barbecue areas for private events.

With this opening, the brand now has nearly 70 establishments worldwide. But the Almenat Hotel is also part of Hilton’s expansion in a key market where the American group only has a dozen establishments so far. “Brazil is one of the priorities for our development in the region,” said Jorge Giannattasio, in charge of Hilton’s operations in the Caribbean and Latin America. Eight new openings are expected in the next four years, including the arrival of Motto by Hilton and Tru by Hilton.