Makin' it Rain in L.A.? We've Got the Hotels Suited for Business Travelers

By , September 15th, 2017

Visiting Los Angeles on business? Lucky you! The city of Angeles offers up sunshine, palm trees, and incredible eats galore that makes any business trip to L.A a delight.

No matter what your travel style (and with your Finance team hopefully footing the bill) we’ve compiled some of the best hotels in Los Angeles, California for business travelers.

The Traditional Business Traveler

JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE

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Tick all your desired amenity boxes at the JW Marriott Los Angeles. Located in the epicenter of the L.A Live complex, there’s over 75,000 sq. ft. of meeting space at the property which is found within shouting distance of the Staples Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center. Post work hustle, you can sip cocktails or swim in the swanky rooftop outdoor heated pool. For dinner, no need to search and sift: awaiting you on site is a contemporary Chinese feast at WP24 by Wolfgang Puck. Inside your room, there’s high-speed WiFi, a decadently plush bed and premium movie channels to help you unwind. A full continental or buffet breakfast is available to start up your next successful day.

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The Modern Business Traveler

Hotel Elan

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It’s a new world out there for L.A hotels for business travelers– and it looks a little bit like the Hotel Elan. The hotel prides itself on its warm and relaxing environment that pampers business travelers with goose-down bedding, a free continental breakfast, free wine and cheese receptions and even a Tesla car charging station for early electric adapters. On the business side of things, there’s free WiFi, a great location intersecting Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, and meeting rooms that LCD tv’s, HDMI cables, coffee and tea service and even a whiteboard for all your brainstorm, planning or doodling needs.

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The Self-Employed Business Traveler

The LINE Hotel

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Funds for your hotel stay coming out of your pocket? No need to fret the upfront costs with a stay at The Line hotel. As impressive as it is budget friendly, the Line’s mid-century build calls to mind the mid-century golden age of advertising. Even if ads aren’t your field, any visiting clients will be impressed by the brutalist concrete build and original artwork found in the 12,000 sq. feet of indoor and outdoor meeting spaces. Why hole up everyone inside when the sun is shining? Take the business chat outdoors to the private Bonnie Brae terrace over bites from the trendy Commissary Restaurant.

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The Tech Business Traveler

Hotel Normandie

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A tech insider requires a hotel outfitted with the latest in tech– where better but the Hotel Normandie. Tucked away in a stylish package, the hotel’s tastefully decorated interior extends all the way to the impressive meeting space that feels more like a living room with all the necessary tech amenities and exposed brick details. CAT 5 fiber optic powers the impressively fast WiFi, LG HD tv’s screen your fav shows and movies inside your room and complimentary business service can come in handy for last minute print projects. You’ll wake up to a free continental breakfast and the legendary Cassell’s Hamburgers are a welcome change from stuffy hotel restaurants. After all, who doesn’t want to inhale a juicy prime cooked beef burger post-deal-making?

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The Fitness-Freak Business Traveler

Los Angeles Athletic Club

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Find your best form at the Los Angeles Athletic Club. Business visitors who moonlight as athletes will be able to take part in a multitude of programming at the expansive facility that was founded in 1880. Work on opening your hips in a yoga class before moving into kickboxing, playing a game of basketball or diving into the massive pool for laps and water polo. The boutique hotel that joined the club in 2016 has club-inspired rooms in rich shades of navy and maroon with luxurious fabrics helping to lull you into a cozy sleep. In-room WiFi is compliments of the club and a full business center is available. Start the morning with a buffet breakfast and end the night at the Prohibition styled cocktail bar. As the filming location for a good chunk of Mad Men, the Club is the ultimate L.A business travel hotel.

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The High-Rolling Business Traveler

Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly

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Business travel doesn’t have to be boring. Make the most of your L.A stay at the Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. Luxurious rooms keep productivity at a high with free WiFi, ultra comfy beds, Bose sound systems, air conditioning and a coffee maker.  Soak in the views of Beverly Hills from your patio or head into the Beverly Center for some shopping therapy. Onsite you’ll also find a business center, an outdoor pool, and fitness center and 12,000 sq.ft. of meeting space. Entertaining clients at the hotel? Try the cocktail lounge for bespoke cocktail aperitifs, mixed by their resident mixologist Frederic. Afterwards, head to the Esterel restaurant for classic French cuisine made from fresh, local and seasonal California ingredients.

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Which hotel do you stay at when traveling to L.A on business?

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