The Ace Hotel in Downtown L.A. was bustling with visitors today for the 6th anniversary of the Bring Back Broadway initiative. Built in 1927 by the legendary United Artists film company– founded by Hollywood hot shots, D.W. Griffith, Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks– the Spanish style building now houses a high-end hotel, the LA Chapter restaurant, the Coffee Counter espresso bar and one of the best rooftop bars in Los Angeles called, Upstairs. Located in walking distance of L.A. Live, the Fashion District and the Downtown Art Walk on Sprint St., the Ace Hotel is perfect for all downtown guests looking to get a real feel of the downtown culture. With just as much class as it has history, the Ace Hotel is setting high standards for other downtown development projects jumping on the Broadway Theater District’s modern renaissance. The Squirrel Co. highly recommends checking out Broadway’s newest resident for your next overnight. To book your stay, check out the Ace Hotel website or stroll down to the 929 S. Broadway location.