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HotelChatter has the details on the new renovations at the Westin Bonaventure, the glassy Downtown hotel built in 1976 by John Portman (that not-so-famously served as the setting for the '80s sitcom, It's a Living). HC describes the new rooms, which will be ready in the fall: "upgraded bedding, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, excellent work spaces (aka desks) and even little Westin Wakeup coffee makers that look very similar to Keurigs... rounding out the room touches are photos of downtown Los Angeles landmarks on the walls, plug panels in the desks and special wastebins for recycling." The pool plaza is also getting a makeover, but HC is praying the dated hallways and atrium signage get a lift as well. [HC]