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Photo by Jim Simmons Photography

Freehand Los Angeles

A long-neglected former office building was transformed into a vibrant hotel, connecting people to their past and each other.
Hilton Checkers
Photo by Johnathan Clover, www.cloverleafimages.com

Hilton Checkers

Built on a lot only sixty feet wide and 160 feet deep, the Mayflower Hotel's exterior is Spanish in style while the interior leans more toward "Pilgrim Revival."
Holiday Inn, Long Beach Airport
Photo by DJ Whelan on Flickr

Holiday Inn, Long Beach Airport

Completed in 1968 and not the only round Holiday Inn in Southern California but a fine example, since no other high-rises are in its immediate vicinity.
Photo by Jim Simmons. Courtesy KFA Architecture.

NoMad Los Angeles

After years of neglect, a painstaking rehabilitation project transformed this former bank building into a hotel and returned it to its former grandeur.
Photo by Richard Langendorf

Rosslyn Hotel

The Rosslyn Hotel (1914) and its annex (1923) across the street were designed by John Parkinson in the popular Beaux Arts style. At one time it was the largest hotel on the Pacific Coast, with 1,100 rooms and 800 baths between the two structures.
Photo courtesy Architectural Resources Group

Saga Motor Hotel

Local architect Harold Zook designed the Saga to catch the eye of the passing motorist, with a dramatic neon sign in Moorish-inspired script, intricately decorated concrete block elements, and towering palm trees around the glistening swimming pool.

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