Hyatt unveils 148-key creative hub The Shay in LA
Showcasing the work of Studio Collective, The Shay, a Destination by Hyatt hotel, combines stylish accommodation with plenty of space for creative collaborations, events and meetings.
La CitÃ© des Anges has welcomed the arrival of a new chic hotel.
Culver City’s New Hive of Creativity
The first Destination by Hyatt-branded city hotel in Southern California, this property is located in the highly anticipated Ivy Station development in Los Angeles’ vibrant Culver City neighborhood. Designed as a hub for creative camaraderie, The Shay comprises loft-style accommodation with luxury amenities and a sprawling campus with indoor-outdoor space for events and meetings.
Large areas of this resort, such as the courtyard, rooftop terrace, and lobby, can transition effortlessly from work to play, with each space divided into multiple nooks, dens and intimate lounges.
The hotel’s design, courtesy of Studio Collective, cleverly references Culver City’s industrious past. Interiors include carefully crafted details like leather-wrapped handrails and weathered metals, while locally commissioned artwork is featured throughout.
The establishment’s many local partners include the functional fitness studio Essers, the artisanal skincare company Imperial Barber, the specialty spa brand Milk + Honey and the ROSIES Foundation of Culver City Art District, who are looking for jobs for them. People with Disabilities.
âThe Shay is the first hotel in Culver City to celebrate the region’s growing creative community while fully embracing its rich history,â said Ryan Parker, Managing Director of The Shay. âAs the anchor of the Arts District, which includes art galleries, cafes, trendy fitness studios and the reinvented iconic Helms Bakery building with designer boutiques and specialty restaurants, The Shay offers its customers have a distinct sense of place that honors the old and the new. â
Designed for work and play
The hotel’s 148 contemporary guest rooms and suites all feature oversized windows and workstations, and are distinguished by their modern decor and polished artwork. Some suites also have large soaking tubs, patios, wet bars, large living areas, and separate work areas.
While here, guests can dine at two culinary concepts from Michelin-starred chef Danny Grant’s What If Syndicate hospitality group: the indoor-outdoor wood-fired restaurant Etta and the Mexican-inspired rooftop restaurant. and the Celestina cocktail bar.
Notably, the hotel is also home to Culver City’s first hosted rooftop pool experience, with pop-up events spanning comedy, yoga, and music. Its welcoming lobby further houses a cocktail bar and games room, and the outdoor courtyard leads to a modern ballroom.
Meanwhile, The Shay is helping the re-emergence of Culver City, as an area now home to businesses like Apple TV and Amazon Studios, with 8,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor event space, including a ballroom. modern, which opens onto the courtyard and connects to several functional spaces. What If Syndicate is the leader in culinary events.
The new hotel is adjacent to the Culver City E subway line.