Old World elegance lives on in this former Hearst hotel.
Originally built as a hotel in 1926 for William Randolph Hearst, The Lombardy is now a Sterling Hotels & Resorts property. It features many elegant touches in the lobby and hallways, including brass chandeliers, marble floors and antique furnishings. The 49 rooms and one-bedroom suites have marble bathrooms and entrance-ways. The pleasant studio apartments are equipped with kitchen facilities. On-premise conveniences include a valet, hairdresser, seamstress and fitness center with treadmills and free weights. There is also a meeting room for private events. Ninth Street Espresso offers various coffee drinks, and an assortment of pastry and café items can be enjoyed by hotel guests at no extra charge.