Hyatt Regency Century Plaza

Row 1

2025 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067
(310) 228-1234
Hotel, Event Space
Mon–Sun: 24 Hours

Foursquare Tips

  • This oddly-curved landmark boasts celeb clients like Suge Knight, Elton John and the President, plus a 200ft secret underground tunnel just like that crazy international spy dream you keep having.
  • Designed by renowned architect Minoru Yamasaki, who would later design New Yorks World Trade Center twin towers, the hotel incorporates Yamasakis ornamental, textural and sculptural trademarks.
  • Drinks on the poolside patio are divine. Try the sweet potato fries!
  • Pool side of hotel has great view of ocean... If u can see thru the smog.
  • Bring your puppy. He can roam everywhere freely. Buddy played ball off leash for over an hour. He also made many friends.
  • Love this hotel
  • No gym! You can go to the health club next door for $20 eff that.
  • The Starbucks cafe,it is my Favorite cafe
  • Walls are thin and people are noisy!
  • My new favorite place to stay in LA. AAA rate. $161 including 2 breakfasts make this 1 of the better values in the area. Killer views from the higher floors. X Bar has comfy booths.
  • Valet parking can get a little crazy after an event. Make sure to prepay before the event to ensure a speedy exit.
  • Parking in the garage is $24. Opt for valet which is the same price and you can come & go as you please!
  • The slowest ATM in LA
  • If you're visiting BREEZE or X bar tonight, don't forget to check in! Third check-ins get you a special!
  • The staff is extremley friendly and enjoyable
  • Don't forget your swimsuit... The pool is insane.
  • Drink a pint of Fat Tire at x-bar in the lobby
  • I like the service here
  • The crescent-shaped Hyatt Regency Century Plaza was designed by World Trade Center architect Minoru Yamasaki, and along with its adjacent tower has 726 rooms. Its known for its very proper doormen.
  • The music in the lobby is so intense for 12:30am on a Wednesday.