Work

Hospitality, Urban Mixed-Use

Morrison Hotel

Los Angeles, California

Made famous with its appearance on the Doors’ 1970 Morrison Hotel album cover, the existing namesake hotel is a legendary part of Los Angeles and rock-and-roll history. Located in a bustling downtown Los Angeles neighborhood, the 102-year old property has served several functions over its history. At the heart of the development is the adaptive reuse of the existing Morrison Hotel. The hotel will be rebranded as an 245-key boutique hotel with influences from its musical past. Ground floor commercial spaces will include a lounge and underground night club.

Connected to the existing Morrison Hotel along Pico Boulevard, a ground-up tower addition will provide additional guest amenities with ballrooms at the ground and thirteenth floors. Topping off the hotel is a pool deck and lounge area with views across the Hollywood Hills and southern Los Angeles basin.

Client/Owner
Relevant Group
Size
46,300 SF Adaptive Reuse
101,400 SF Addition
245 keys
Program
Lobby Bar Lounge, Restaurant, Meeting Rooms, Event Spaces, Roof Top Bar and Pool Deck, and Underground Club