Aztec Hotel

The Historic Aztec Hotel was constructed in 1925 in the foothills of Los Angeles along original U.S. Route 66 (also known as the Will Rogers Highway for the humorist and colloquially known as the “Main Street of America”). This ornately designed Hotel with Mayan and Aztec architecture is situated in Monrovia. It was restored and placed on the National Historic Register in 2003.

The 44-room Hotel with colorful mural paintings includes the Mayan Restaurant and Bar. Live entertainment many up-and-coming LA bands and individual artists.