With a stay at Hilton Checkers in Los Angeles, you'll be minutes from Los Angeles Central Public Library and U.S. Bank Tower. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Macy's Plaza and World Trade Center Los Angeles.
Make yourself at home in one of the 188 air-conditioned rooms featuring MP3 docking stations and flat-screen televisions. Your bed comes with triple sheeting and down comforters. Windows open for fresh air and city views. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have designer toiletries and hair dryers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take time to pamper yourself with a visit to the full-service spa. You're sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, including a spa tub, a sauna, and a steam room. Additional amenities include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, a computer station, and business services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference/meeting rooms, small meeting rooms, and banquet facilities. Parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Though it first opened in 1959 as an English pub, the Red Lion Tavern has given Los Angeles an easy way to visit the boisterous beer gardens of Munich since 1963. The diverse menu includes lunch and dinner options, and even hosts a champagne brunch. The menu's hearty emphasis on sausage, beer, and cabbage hasn’t changed much in 50 years, and today features seven kinds of sausage and extensive pretzel and schnitzel offerings, along with an extensive list of beers. Customers can also enjoy a myriad selection of salads, sandwiches, soups, seafood, pork, poultry, desserts and sides such as red cabbage or German fried potatoes. The Tavern also features weekly specials in addition to a number of coffee specialties.
Two indoor bars and an outdoor beer garden give patrons plenty of places to refill their pints—and the bartenders likewise offer plenty of opportunities to practice one's German (their native tongue). Along with dressing its wait staff in lederhosen and dirndls, the Red Lion Tavern invites Germanic bands to play live music, hangs the work of German artists upon their walls, and sends partied-out patrons home in German-engineered cabs whenever possible.
From its generations-old recipes to its renowned singing waiters, Miceli's Italian Restaurant is steeped in tradition. The father of the current owners moved to California after World War II, bringing with him two brothers, two sisters, and a host of family recipes from Sicily. Beginning in 1949, they helped to introduce pizza to the old Hollywood crowd in a boisterous space with a detailed mural of a rural Italian scene. Celebrity sightings became a Miceli's tradition; the restaurant has been a rumored hotspot for stars past and present including Lucille Ball, the Beatles, and Marilyn Monroe, who loved pizza and helped to teach America that some people like it hot.
Joe Miceli now owns and operates two locations with his brother Frank, a trained chef. Stained-glass windows add to the eatery's welcoming family atmosphere as diners sit around tables in ornate wooden chairs. A collection of wine bottles hangs over tables loaded with specialties such as pizza with bay shrimp and fresh garlic or creamy pesto fettuccine with a signature romano-cheese sauce. As they deliver bottles of wine from as nearby as Napa and as far away as Tuscany, the wait staff sings classic Italian arias, show tunes, and all nine verses of the birthday song.
The barkeeps at The Oaks Tavern quench thirsting tongues with an ever-evolving menu of palate-pleasing drafts and a robust variety of bold whiskeys. Behind the tavern's bar, a row of gleaming tap heads draws the gaze of suds-seeking eyes with totems championing the frothy and flavorful charms of Guinness Stout, the German ingenuity of Paulaner Hefe-Weizen, or the agricultural non sequitur of Old Speckled Hen. Parched patrons select three amber-hued ambrosias to imbibe in a tasty trinity of half-pint pours, keeping tongue buds on their toes and providing overzealous jugglers sufficient post-drink ammunition. A trio of whiskey pours—ranging from old staples such as Maker's Mark and Jameson to lesser-known libations—including Eagle Rare and Georgia Moon—accompanies bubbly beers, taking social lubrication to a level only rivaled by a game of charades in a vat of Crisco. Though the three-beer flight is only available for brews with an alcohol content less than 8 percent, each patron may trade triple tipples in for a solitary goblet of a more vigorous draft.
Sustainable ingredients, innovative recipes, and delectable vegan options make up the Mediterranean-themed menu at Desert Rose Restaurant. Delve into the art of edibility with a dish of harissa-rubbed baked brie ($11), encrusted with Middle Eastern spices and served with apple slices, strawberries, crostini, and crackers. Traditional dinner luxury gets skillfully skewered in the chicken kebab ($14), strewn with hummus and garlic sauce and served alongside rice, fries or tabbouleh. The decadent crab meat and asparagus risotto pairs plump crab with flavorful asparagus beneath a helping of fresh parmigiano-reggiano cheese and a drizzle of lambrusco ($18), whereas the traditional beef kebab is sidekicked with hummus, roasted tomatoes, and crispy pita bread ($13 for lunch, $16 for dinner). Dairy evaders will exalt the variety of vegan options, with multitudes of appetizers, sandwiches, and pizzas, such as the margarita ($17), offering meat-free mealtime. A sizable tome of top-notch libations creates a vast number of plate pairings, intimidating the indecisive and causing statistics professors to mourn foregone tap-dance careers.
McG’s Irish Pub pairs a menu of Celtic comfort fare with an eclectic mix of fermented delights from across the country and around the world. Each flight of beer arrives stocked with the autumnal amber ale, Samuel Adams Octoberfest, which tips its frothy hat to yearly celebrations in Germany. Patrons choose from more than three dozen other drafts to determine the final two tastes in the flight, whether it’s the orange hint in Leffe Blond, Uinta Wyld's organic, pine-infused hops, or Anchor Steam's hint at being deliciously viable as a renewable energy resource.