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Iconic Then, Iconic Now
Steeped in Hollywood glamour and elegance, The Biltmore Los Angeles is ready for its close-up. Known as “the host of the coast” since 1923, The Biltmore’s legacy and historic panache comes to life in Leng’s Collection. The home of Hollywood glamour, the historic LA hotel has been the choice of celebrities, presidents and dignitaries, and the backdrop of countless movies and TV shows.
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General Information

It is important to us that you are given appropriate information to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Here you can find details of our hotel policies on items such as check-in times, check-out times, cancellations, payment and much more. For additional details, please contact the hotel and speak to one of our helpful team members

Check-in and Check-out

  • Check-In Time: 3:00 pm
  • Check-Out Time: 12:00 pm
  • Early Arrival fee: Complimentary, subject to availability
  • Late Check-Out Fee: $100 plus tax until 6:00 pm.  Full nightly rate is applied after 6:00 pm.
  • Minimum Age to Register: 21
  • Incidental Deposit: $100 per night is taken on credit or debit card at time of check-in. The authorization is released at the time of check-out and will be returned within 3-5 business days.
  • Rollaway Bed Fee: $30 per day. Subject to availability.
  • Facilities Fee / Resort Fee: $25 per night.
  • Wi-Fi: Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. Premium high-bandwidth service is available at $9.95 per day. 
  • Luggage Storage: Complimentary

Hotel Currency

  • US Dollar

Taxes

  • Occupancy Tax: 14%
  • LA Tourism Tax: 1.5%
  • CA Tourism Tax: 0.5%
  • Food and Beverage Tax: 9.5%

Cancellations

Cancellation policies vary depending on the rate or dates of your reservation. Please refer to your reservation confirmation received at time of booking to verify your cancellation policy. If you need further assistance, please call or email The Biltmore Los Angeles directly.

Accepted Payment Options

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Diner's Club
  • China Union Pay
  • Alipay
  • JCB

Pets

  • Service Animals Allowed: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: No

Transportation

  • Self Parking:Not Available
  • Valet Parking:$50 per night per vehicle
  • Shuttle Service: Not Available. Please contact concierge at BiltmoreConcierge.US@MILLENNIUMHOTELS.com for transportation assistance. Prices vary by airport. 
  • EV Charging Service available upon request to Valet, first 2-hour free charging until Dec. 31, 2019

Shipping and Receiving

We are pleased to accept packages for registered guests. Please make sure the name of the package matches the name on the reservation. Handling fee applies, please contact The Biltmore Los Angeles for additional details. 

Smoking Policy

The Biltmore Los Angeles is a smoke-free environment. A $250 room recovery fee, per incident, will be charged for smoking in your room.

Stories Untold

Crystal Ballrom
Crystal Ballroom
The Italian artist Giovanni Smeraldi painted the frescoes and murals inside the Biltmore. He was also requested to paint inside the White House and Vatican Museums.
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Gallery Bar
Gallery Bar and Cognac Room
Go back in time and enjoy a classic cocktail.
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Lobby
The Lobby
The lobby was the spot of J.F. Kennedy's presidential nomination during the 1960 DNC.
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Gold Room
Gold Ballroom
During the prohibition era, The Gold Room was also a speakeasy, complete with a hidden door to help revelers avoid police and paparazzi and an escape onto Olive Street. Today, you can still see a small “paparazzi window” in the corner of the ballroom ceiling.
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Crystal Ballrom
Crystal Ballroom
The Italian artist Giovanni Smeraldi painted the frescoes and murals inside the Biltmore. He was also requested to paint inside the White House and Vatican Museums.

Giovanni Smeraldi also led hand-painting of the grand ceiling in Crystal Ballroom. Two chandeliers are actually 22-feet diameter each, which don’t look like that big due to the high-ceiling feature of the Crystal. Look down and look upon, the carpet pattern is mirroring the ceiling painting. Music video for Ed Sheeran’s hit song “Thinking Out Loud” was filmed in the Crystal, while he was dancing elegantly with a female dancer. The Crystal was designed perfectly as a dancing ballroom. Nowadays there are several ballroom dance competitions held here year around.
Gallery Bar
Gallery Bar and Cognac Room
Go back in time and enjoy a classic cocktail.

Turn back the clocks when entering the historic Gallery Bar and Cognac Room. Surround yourself with magnificent architectural details while elegantly carved Biltmore angels watch over you as you  sip a classic cocktail at Gallery Bar. Retreat to the elegant Cognac Room and unwind its comfortable couches and memorabilia-filled cabinets, including the original Biltmore Bourbon bottled back in the 1940s.
Lobby
The Lobby
The lobby was the spot of J.F. Kennedy's presidential nomination during the 1960 DNC.

Walking into The Biltmore, the lobby is adorned in frescos and classic furnishings giving the first glimpse of the essence of this hotel. The location of iconic films like the Ghostbusters.

Did you recall the first serious case Ghostbuster team took was one at the hotel? Yes, that’s filmed at the Biltmore. The floating “ghost” was captured in our current lobby, which used to be called “Music Room” as a function space for dancing, supper and social networking. We still have the dance ticket archive back to the age.

Gold Room
Gold Ballroom
During the prohibition era, The Gold Room was also a speakeasy, complete with a hidden door to help revelers avoid police and paparazzi and an escape onto Olive Street. Today, you can still see a small “paparazzi window” in the corner of the ballroom ceiling.

This elegant, split-level ballroom features 29-foot high, gold-coffered ceilings, original wood-paneled walls, and crystal chandeliers. The 5,940 square feet of space includes a lower level, which serves as an intimate foyer, reception area, or break area, and the opulent upper tier, perfect for welcoming up to 350 guests for dining and dancing. Numerous productions have been filmed including the recent 2016 music video “Penthouse” featuring John Legend.
Our Rooms
The Biltmore’s 683 recently refurbished guest rooms and suites surround guests in opulence while affording modern conveniences and amenities. Club rooms and upscale suites include access to a privilege club lounge serving breakfast and afternoon reception.
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The Ideal Setting For Your Next LA Meeting or Event.
The Biltmore Los Angeles will be the ideal place to hold your next L.A. function.

Whether you’re planning a boardroom meeting or a large function, the stage is set at The Biltmore Los Angeles. With 70,000 sq. ft (6,503 sq. m) of flexible event space, including intimate suites, elegant breakout rooms and five ballrooms, you’ll have the ideal setting for a variety of events, from private and productive corporate sessions to a perfect L.A tea party.

The founding banquet of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was held in our opulent Crystal Ballroom in 1927. Thereafter, the hotel hosted eight Academy Awards banquets in the ‘30s and ‘40s. John F. Kennedy stayed at our hotel and spoke in our ballrooms during the 1960 Democratic National Convention.

For the best conference rooms and meeting venues in Los Angeles, there's no better than The Biltmore Los Angeles.

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Tie the Knot in The Biltmore Los Angeles
Let Millennium Hotels and Resorts personalise every aspect of your dream destination wedding in The Biltmore Los Angeles .  Rest assured our talented events team will help plan, design and create a day to remember for you and all of your guests.
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Our Neighbourhood
Set against the bold and bright backdrop of downtown Los Angeles, The Biltmore is at the center of lively the art and cultural scene. Centrally located, the hotel is down the street from the Museum of Contemporary Art, Walt Disney Concert Hall, L.A. Live sports and entertainment complex, and the Music Center. In addition, it is easy to reach Hollywood, the beach, Beverly Hills, Westside and all major airports.
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