Historic Hotel of America: The Biltmore Los Angeles inducted into famed organization | Business

The Biltmore Los Angeles was inducted into Historic Hotels of America, the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation for recognizing and celebrating the finest historic hotels in the United States.

“Historic Hotels of America is delighted to induct The Biltmore Los Angeles, a Beaux-Arts style hotel built and opened on Oct. 2, 1923,” said Lawrence Horwitz, executive vice president of Historic Hotels of America.

“We commend The Biltmore Los Angeles team for its careful historic preservation work, stewardship and vision that will allow future generations of travelers to experience this unique historic destination.”

The Biltmore Los Angeles is managed by Millennium Hotels and Resorts.

To be selected for Historic Hotels of America, a hotel must be at least 50 years old; Been designated by the US Secretary of the Interior as a National Historic Landmark, eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places; and recognized as having historic significance.

“This prestigious recognition is a testament to the rich history, timeless elegance and exceptional hospitality that has defined The Biltmore for a century,” said Jimmy Wu, general manager and owners representative.

“Since our doors opened in 1923, we have had the honor of hosting presidents, celebrities, and discerning travelers from around the world, each leaving with unforgettable memories of their time spent within our hallowed halls.

“Being welcomed into the Historic Hotels of America family further underscores our commitment to preserving and celebrating our heritage while continuing to provide unparalleled experiences for our cherished guests.”