New British-owned hotel The Hoxton to open in South Park aims to be a "cultural hub for people living and working in the neighborhood.”
Interior images: Curbed LA courtesy of Hoxton | Exterior image: Hunter Kerhart
South Park, DTLA's hottest neighborhood, continues to add to its growing inventory of stylish hotel & hangout options with The Hoxton, located at Broadway and 11th St., scheduled to open early next year.
British developer Ennismore has been busy introducing The Hoxton brand in the US this year, with its first American outpost in Williamsburg, Brooklyn scheduled to open in September and its second due to open in Portland’s Old Town/Chinatown neighborhood this fall.
From Curbed LA:
Work to transform the old headquarters for railroad tycoon Henry Huntington’s streetcars into a stylish hotel is wrapping up, with doors expected to open to guests in the next sixth months.
Sharan Pasricha, founder and CEO of Ennismore, which owns Hoxton, says the hotel will serve as a “cultural hub for people living and working in the neighborhood.”
The Hoxton will hold three restaurants—one on the roof, one on the ground floor, one in the basement—plus multiple bars, 174 guest rooms, and a rooftop pool.
The public spaces at the hotel are “meant to inspire cultural discovery.” Ideally, Pasricha says, the Hoxton will be the kind of place people go multiple times a day—to grab a meal, to meet with friends, to have a drink.
Interiors at the hotel are a joint effort between Ennismore’s in-house design team and the private club SoHo House, which has collaborated on design in a few other Hoxton locations.
Personally, as a big fan of the urbane interiors of SoHo House in West Hollywood and The Hoxton's other European properties, the public spaces of The Hoxton Downtown Los Angeles are sure to be a chic - and immediately popular - addition to DTLA's thriving social scene.