Andaz West Hollywood to Begin Welcoming Guests on June 22

Iconic Los Angeles Hotel Opens Their Doors This Month

USA, West Hollywood, California. June 24, 2020

Andaz West Hollywood, the first hotel on the famous Sunset Strip, is pleased to announce the hotel will resume operations on June 22nd, just in time for summer. The historic property has implemented various enhancements to ensure guests feel safe and secure while enjoying everything the hotel has to offer ranging from art-centric guestrooms, rock ‘n' roll history, dining at their own pace and a heated rooftop pool. Andaz West Hollywood has two attractive offers for travelers that can be booked directly on the hotel's website including a Stay 2 Nights, 3rd Night Free promotion available until September 7th. Those looking to drive for an upcoming getaway can take advantage of the Plan Your Road Trip Now, Rest Assured Later offer which provides AAA members 20% off their stay until December 20th.

Andaz West Hollywood features 219 stylish guestrooms and 20 suites offering stunning views of the Hollywood Hills, Sunset Strip and Downtown Los Angeles as well as local art on the walls. Select suites offer rain showers, marble baths and balconies. Hotel guests can soak up the sun and relax in the highest rooftop pool in Los Angeles in private cabanas or in pool chairs that will be arranged to ensure social distancing is practiced. The hotel's Riot House Market will be open to purchase food, wines, beers and premixed cocktails that can be enjoyed in a guestroom or by the pool. There will also be contactless room service available.

Guests will be able to limit in-person contact by using the World of Hyatt mobile app to check in and check out, enter their rooms, order room service, cast shows on the TV using Chromecast, and much more. For travelers who prefer to check in with a team member, the process will be done outdoors at the hotel's front entrance.

"We look forward to welcoming guests back to Andaz West Hollywood. We have taken the last few months to adapt our hotel, ensuring our guests have a memorable experience while also feeling safe," said Nate Hardesty, General Manager of Andaz West Hollywood. "We pride ourselves in continuously elevating the guest experience and making sure travelers can have a true escape at our iconic hotel."

In order to keep guests and team members safe, Andaz West Hollywood has implemented new operational guidelines and protocols that are a part of Hyatt's Global Care & Cleanliness Commitment including training employees about new processes for hygiene and cleanliness, constantly cleaning public areas, placing hand sanitizer stations throughout the hotel, ensuring employees wear protective masks and equipment, and enforcing social distancing. In addition, the hotel will keep lobby-level doors and windows open to allow for air flow as well as doors will be open at the ends of each of the 14-story building. Guestroom windows also open should guests choose to do so.

For more information about Andaz West Hollywood please visit: www.andazwesthollywood.com.



Andaz West Hollywood
Andaz West Hollywood
/ SLIDES
Tags: hote opening, california, west hollywood, travel

About Andaz West Hollywood

Media Contact:

Joana Marques
Account Director
Eleven Six PR
T: 305-491-6547
E: joana@elevensixpr.com
W: http://www.elevensixpr.com

Subscribe to our newsletter
for more Hotel Newswire articles

Related News

Choose a Social Network!

The social network you are looking for is not available.

Close
Coming up in August 2020...

Food & Beverage: New Technological Innovations

In the past few years, hotel food and beverage departments have experienced significant growth. Managers are realizing just how much revenue potential this sector holds, both in terms of additional revenue and as a means to enhance the guest experience. As a result, substantial investments are being made in F&B operations as a way to satisfy hotel guests but also to keep pace with the competition. Though it has been a trend for many years, the Farm-to-Table movement shows no signs of abating. Hotel chains are abandoning corporate restaurants and are instead partnering with local chefs to create locally-influenced dining options. Local, farm-sourced ingredients paired with specialty beverages or local wine also satisfies the increasing demand from Millennial travelers who are eager to travel sustainably and contribute to a positive impact. A farm-to-table F&B program also helps to support the local economy, which builds community goodwill. Also popular are "Self-Serv" and "Grab & Go" options. These concepts stem from an awareness that a guest's time is limited and if a hotel can supply them with fast, fresh, food and beverage choices, then so much the better for them. Plus, by placing these specialty kiosks in areas that might be traditionally under-utilized (the lobby, for instance), they can become popular destination locations. Of course, there are new technological innovations as well. In-room, on-screen menus allow guests to order from any restaurant on the property, and some hotels are partnering with delivery companies that make it possible for guests to order food from any restaurant in the area. Also, many hotels are implementing in-room, voice-activated devices, so ordering food via an AI-powered assistant will soon become mainstream as well. The August issue of the Hotel Business Review will report on these developments and document what some leading hotels are doing to expand this area of their business.