Millennium Biltmore

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Millennium Biltmore
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Millennium Biltmore

Built in 1923, the Biltmore retains the Italian-Spanish renaissance elegance that once enticed such dignitaries as Winston Churchill and JFK. The ground level is striking, one gorgeous room after another peeling off the exquisite lobby; a number of them, such as the Crystal Ballroom and the Gold Room, are available only for private hire, but if there's no event being staged and you ask nicely at reception, someone will show you around. Next to such extravagance, the rooms can hardly compete, but they're comfortable in an old-fashioned way.


Venue name: Millennium Biltmore
Address: 506 S Grand Ave
Los Angeles
Cross street: at W 5th St
Price: Rates $159-$375
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Haley S.

The Biltmore is bursting with history and atmosphere and even if you're not staying there, it's an absolute must see for LA history and architecture buffs.  The detailing is incredible; the Rendezvous Court (the original lobby) is the inspiration for Disney's Tower of Terror's hotel lobby!  Stop in and feel free to speak to the front desk for a list of everything filmed in the building, or wander the halls, helpfully decorated with facts and historical pictures.  Treat yourself to a decadent tea service in the Rendezvous Court (the tea isn't anything special, sadly, but the finger food is divine) or visit the dark, intimate Gallery Bar for a fancy date.