And it's in a neighborhood you'd never expect.

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Alsace LA has arrived in the City of Angels to shake up its hospitality industry.

In September, the 48-room boutique hotel will officially open its doors in Los Angeles, but not in the neighborhood you may expect. While Downtown, West Hollywood, and Santa Monica have all seen a solid uptick in the number of new luxury offerings, Alsace LA is focusing its attention on the city's historic West Adams neighborhood. This area, the hotel explains in a statement, "offers a richly authentic, unbuttoned experience where artistic, free-spirited energy is embodied and interpreted through design."

A living room at The Ingalls
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A dining area at The Ingalls
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At the hotel, guests can sit back and relax in the lush interior courtyard and pool area surrounded by both desert landscaping and bohemian design. This is all thanks to Brooklyn-based Home Studios, which brought in an "eclectic mix of vintage and custom furnishings, encompassing the artistic feel of the neighborhood while providing guests a timeless and natural respite," the hotel's website states.

Exterior patio at The Ingalls
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The neutral color palette, it says, is a nod to the Southern California-inspired aesthetic of the hotel's exterior. This is further set off with the hand-selected copper fixtures, ocean blue-tiled walk-in showers, and rattan furnishings in each room.

A stairwell at The Ingalls
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While the hotel, pool, and 24-hour fitness center will open to guests on Sept. 20, Alsace LA will also welcome a new restaurant this winter helmed by chef Danny Elmaleh. The hotel notes that he'll introduce a modern ramen-ya concept to the neighborhood, and the Japanese eatery will feature indoor and outdoor dining options off the hotel courtyard.

A balcony at The Ingalls
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"Newcomer buzz has traditionally been reserved for the unofficial hubs of Los Angeles: DTLA, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, and Santa Monica," the hotel adds in its statement. "West Adams' historic and diverse creative community is a rare environment that permeates the neighborhood's nightlife, dining, art, and music scene that is seldom found elsewhere in the L.A. area. Alsace LA is a new way to experience Los Angeles while also having easy access to the city's other popular attractions. It's a destination for the curious explorer, cultural enthusiast, conscious traveler, and design purist."

See more about the hotel and booking options, including 15% off with its grand opening offer, here.