Hotel Per La – Forbes Feature
September 26, 2022
New hotel’s are a dime a dozen in Los Angeles, but for travelers lusting over a long-awaited trip to Italy, Hotel Per La is the perfect antidote.
Per La — which translates to “for the” in Italian — opened its Neoclassical doors this month and is serving up some serious la dolce vita on the corner of 7th Street and Olive in DTLA. While the properties origin story dates back to 1922 when it served as the former headquarters of The Bank of Italy in what was then known as the Giannini Building, today, Per La has been reimagined into a 241-key boutique whose Neoclassical touches including dramatic Doric columns, ornate golden and blue ceilings, and marble floors have been meticulously preserved.