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The Theatre at Ace Hotel

  • Theater
  • Downtown Historic Core
  • price 2 of 4
  • Recommended
The Theatre at Ace Hotel, formerly the United Artists Theatre on Broadway.
Photograph: courtesy of the Ace HotelThe Theatre at Ace Hotel, formerly the United Artists Theatre on Broadway.
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Time Out says

When the new Ace Hotel opened in early 2014, we didn't just gain a super hip hotel in an up-and-coming part of DTLA. We also got a jaw-droppingly beautiful 1920s movie house-turned-performing arts space, which has since billed an impressive lineup of performances, concerts, movie nights, lectures and more. The former flagship United Artists Theater is a 1,600-seat house with a beautifuly ornate, three-story lobby. When you visit, make sure to step out from under the balcony to admire the vaulted ceiling with thousands of shimmering mirrors.

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