The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles

4.4
We're sitting right on top of one of the most remarkable gems in the city — a delicately restored, 1,600-seat movie palace from the 1920s with a three-story, 2,300 square foot grand lobby, an ornate open balcony and mezzanine and a vaulted ceiling with thousands of tiny mirrors that glimmer when lit. The Theatre at Ace Hotel is the literal foundation of Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles.

Our loving reanimation of the former flagship movie house of United Artists, The Theatre serves Los Angeles' burgeoning epicenter for art and modern entertainment with a prime setting for a wide array of events — from large-scale concerts to movie premieres, conferences, seminars, symposiums and other performances. Retrofitted with a state-of-the-art digital projection system and cinema sound, an independent, ultramodern live sound system, plus an elaborate contemporary stage lighting system, the Theatre can take on whatever fits within the confines of its dazzling proscenium — a much-need bridge to the exciting future of Downtown Los Angeles.
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  • Just go to this venue to see the theater. We went for a movie discussion. I was not prepared for how gorgeous the inside of this theater is. I have never really seen anything like it. It was the...  more »
  • Hahahah. Can't forget how my little sweet pumpkins loved this evening and wished it never ended. Funny right? But that's just the feeling you get when something is soooo amazing  more »
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  • Beautiful theatre. The architecture is stunning. The layout of this small venue is great. Hospitality to get beverages was somewhat easy. Beverage servers were nice with personality. Dealing with the guest must have been challenging since the several that were in front of me were rude to the server and then had to wait for them to find money to pay. The server was patient and maintained a smile.
  • Vintage cute theatre. Concessions are pretty expensive. It costs $4 for a small bottle of water. It is worth just walking around and enjoying Historic Core DTLA. The theatre is big and the seats are what you expect for an historic place.

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