It seems as though it would only be natural to experience the “City of Angels” from the clouds. At the Intercontinental Hotels Los Angeles Downtown, guests are able to experience downtown Los Angeles from as high as 1,100 feet above the ground. Of the nearly 400 hotels in Los Angeles, InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown is the tallest. In fact, its 73 floors make it the tallest building west of Chicago. Guests can choose from 889 rooms, 109 of which are suites. Amenities include a pool, hot tub, spa, fitness center, multilingual staff, and just about anything else a vacationer could want or need. InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown shows that luxury can be obtained along with sustainability. It is the first Downtown Los Angeles hotel to be awarded the LEED Gold for Building Design and Construction certification. The innovative fixtures in the hotel reduce water use by 30 percent. Guests are encouraged to go vertical for dining. Dekkadance is located on the 69th floor and features artisanal creations of international cuisine. The next stop should surely be Spire 73 for a panoramic view of the city. The 73rd floor of InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown is home to one of the tallest open-air bars in the world and offers a wide selection of whiskey to choose from. Intercontinental Hotels Los Angeles Downtown is in a prime location for sightseeing and entertainment. The Grammy Museum is less than ½ mile away. Sports fanatics can get their fill at the nearby Staples Center. Shoppers can arrive at Macy’s Plaza in no time at all. Guests will be on cloud-9 at this hotel given its birds-eye view of the city. The cherry on top is its proximity to an incredibly diverse selection of attractions.