What Are Open
Downtown LA Hotels
Doing to Protect The
Health of Their Guests?
The Los Angeles Downtown Center Business Improvement
District (BCID) launches a new report on how hotels are
responding to the current pandemic.
This volume informs potential
visitors of which hotels are open
and the safety protocols they are
The report was published to reassure guests of the hotel industry’s
renewed commitment to safety as Downtown L.A.’s tourism sector
BCID has made the report
free to the public.
Included in the report are 10 hotels that are currently
authorized to accept guests.
These include industry stalwarts
like the Intercontinental Los
Angeles Downtown and
contemporary options like Hotel
You will get a glimpse into the concrete ways hotels are
responding to the current pandemic, which can help you decide
where to stay.
Primary among this is disinfection,
including constant cleaning of high-
touch areas and deep-cleaning of
rooms for 24 hours after check-out.
Employees also abide by strict health protocols, including
wearing face masks and undergoing temperature checks
before reporting for duty.
Plexiglass barriers and social
distancing markers have been
installed, while sanitizers are
freely available to encourage hand
Other tweaks have been implemented such as limiting the number of
elevator passengers, higher food safety standards, and reservations
Contactless transactions are also
encouraged, such as digital
payments and in-app check-ins.
Learn more by visiting the URL in the summary.