SAVOY PLAZA, AN L.A. HISTORICAL MONUMENT, IS LIVE

The Savoy Plaza was in built in 1929 as a deluxe apartment building by renowned architect Leland Brown, the same architect who built the beautiful Chatea Marmont. It’s storied history has mirrored the last century of the entertainment industry and from inception has been a beacon for Los Angeles’s artistically inclined.

Now listed as a City of Los Angeles Historical Cultural Monument, the Savoy Plaza has recently enjoyed a refresh to its finishes and amenities which has infused modern comforts amid old-world craftsmanship.