The Millennium Biltmore Hotel located in downtown Los Angeles was a special one night booking where I retreated after what was a harrowing Super Bowl Sunday loss but an opportunistic day shared with fellow 49er fan and BF from HS Andrea. She and her Husband Michael, hosted a comfortable and tasty football fared event at their awesome Spanish adobe home. This trip was well worth the short stay….
My United flight taxied on LAX @ noon where I shuttled my way towards Budget and picked-up a pearly white sedan Passat, later cruising along the hazards of LA traffic while baking under the sun-roof, too fixated between the route and Garmin’s robotic voice until arriving at destination where my jaw dropping was handled by Valet. (Smiling) Luckily, the concierge agreed for an early check-in where I collected myself on lucky floor 7, before scurrying south side for Superbowl kick-off.
The beautiful 1920’s ART DECO®AL establishment provided many amenities and luxuries such as the tranquil rendezvous lounge, indoor lap pool and posh dining to list a few, all contributing to the excellencies of this Hotel. I photographed favorite areas on Monday morning just before indulging myself with room service. Anyway, I tampered with the digital process using either cross processing, adjusting both hue and/or saturation, giving my photos the vintage look I felt this hotel traditionally upholds.
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Stay tuned for my next post, where I’ll share my other mini downtown adventures……
11 thoughts on “Millennium Los Angeles”
This place looks amazing! I love the details in the architecture. =)
Fellow 49er fan,
TY! 49er bowl next year? 🙂
What a beautiful venue!
I’d stay there again….get a massage and actually drink a 15.00 martini. 🙂
That place that echoes a time lost. I can just imagine put together everyone looked back in the day. Gorgeous, J! Love your photos! xo K
They had a hallway designated with B&W photos of those earlier eras. Very Hollywood glam! On Monday am, a crew was setting up shooting in one of the many ballrooms. A sign read “extras this way.” I thought about it twice, walking through. 🙂
That’s amazing! If I ever go to LA I am going there! You should of walked on, they would of picked you for sure 😉 xo
Stunning images of interior decadence, Jeni!
TK! Enjoy your week ahead!
Girl after my own heart 49’s and the Biltmore in one sentence, love the Biltmore regular stay whilst in LA.
In my option much more romantic then the ” new” hotels. Great share btw.
Oh yeah? Great stay next time, I’d like to dip the pool!
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