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Trust us, you're going to love visiting the Dolby Theater and the TCL Chinese Theatre. These iconic attractions will take your trip to Los Angeles to a whole new level.
Boasting tourist attractions such as The Grove and Griffith Observatory, there will never be a boring moment in this energetic metropolis. Once you've finished exploring those, head onward to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the California Science Center.
Theater can challenge our expectations and asks us to aspire to greater things. Get tickets to a production at Microsoft Theater and open your mind to another way of thinking. Visitors in this destination are spoilt for choice. If you love your tunes performed live, purchase front-row tickets to an electrifying live concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall. It will certainly be one of the high notes of your travels! Still have some time on your hands? Looking to take in a conference or other event while you're visiting the area? Check the calendar at Los Angeles Convention Center and find something that captures your interest.
Vacations are pretty amazing already. But throwing yourself into the fun experiences on offer really does make them better!
Kick off your trip to Los Angeles by trying out a few of these things to do:
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Though Los Angeles does have around 151 properties to pick from, it's always a smart move to book a room early. Not sure where to begin? Expedia is here to help out with your next luxury getaway or cheap vacation.
Kick-start your search for a luxurious Los Angeles base by browsing the latest offers at The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles (900 W. Olympic Blvd) and the LEVEL Furnished Living Suites (888 S. Olive St). If you don't fancy coughing up such big bucks, why not spend your evenings somewhere more economical? Take a look at the Hollywood Celebrity Hotel (1775 Orchid Ave) or the Highland Gardens Hotel (7047 Franklin Ave).
Nothing comes close to finally landing at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) after a long flight. After you've secured your baggage and stretched out those stiff limbs, you'll be just 11 miles (18 km) from central Los Angeles.
Everything was very nice The staffs were really good
Property was clean and easy access to get in and out. But one of the security guards ask for to smoke away the the smoking area where I was smoking but none of the others security or staffs had a problem with it
I had a wonderful stay at this hotel. The rooms were updated and clean. Beautiful hotel. Near everything you need access to downtown. Water was alittle wacky, too cold one morning and too hot the next but all in all a wonderful stay. I would recommend!
When I fly into LAX I will always stay it this hotel. It’s modern, quiet and extremely close to Terminal 1. You could walk to your Terminal from this hotel, but the offer a free shuttle every 10 minutes, so there is no need. I rarely heard any plane noise or traffic from my room. The staff were all ...
We stayed two nights, before flying out and after flying in. One of the best rates we could find and relatively good value. Great staff. Bar/food pretty expensive. 1st room on the 10th floor seemed cleaner and in better shape than 2nd on 6th floor.
It was a fine place to sleep for a few nights, but by no means was it luxurious which is to be expected for the price. The room smelled a little funky and the view from our window was a giant homeless encampment - not the hotel's fault, but you get the idea of what part of town this was in.