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Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites

Built: 1974-1976
Designed by: John Portman & Associates
Type: Hotel
Stories: 35
Maximum Height: 388 feet / 118 meters
Location: 404 South Figueroa, Los Angeles, United States
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I f this building looks familiar, it should. It was designed by the same man behind the Renaissance Center in Detroit and Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta. Once again, John Portman has expressed himself through the use of reflective glittering cylinders rising 32-stories into the sky. There are four of these shafts flanking a central hub. Together they hold more rooms than any other hotel in Los Angeles, plus a huge atrium, and an indoor lake.

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Friday, June 12th, 2009 @ 2:09pm
Rating: Five stars.
This hotel is amazing a dream come true to come here. I went here and WOW!!!! it is magnificent!!!!!!!

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