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onefinestay - Beach City private homes
onefinestay - Beach City private homes
Various Addresses, Manhattan Beach
4.5 out of 5.0

Sofitel LA at Beverly Hills
Sofitel LA at Beverly Hills
8555 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles
4.5 out of 5.0
4.3 out of 5 (57 reviews)

$230

$230
onefinestay - Hollywood private homes
onefinestay - Hollywood private homes
Various Addresses, Hollywood
4.5 out of 5.0

onefinestay - Westside Los Angeles private homes
onefinestay - Westside Los Angeles private homes
Various Addresses, Pacific Palisades
4.5 out of 5.0

Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza
Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza
251 S Olive St, Los Angeles
4.5 out of 5.0
3.0 out of 5 (1 reviews)

$235

$235
Sunset Marquis
Sunset Marquis
1200 Alta Loma Road, West Hollywood
4.5 out of 5.0
4.7 out of 5 (12 reviews)

$285

$285
The Huntley Hotel
The Huntley Hotel
1111 2nd St, Santa Monica
4.5 out of 5.0
4.7 out of 5 (3 reviews)

$339

$339
Luxurious French Style Oceanside Malibu House
Luxurious French Style Oceanside Malibu House
Broad Beach Road, Malibu
4.5 out of 5.0

InterContinental Los Angeles Century City at Beverly Hills
InterContinental Los Angeles Century City at Beverly Hills
2151 Avenue Of The Stars, Los Angeles
4.5 out of 5.0
4.0 out of 5 (1 reviews)

$284

$284
Mondrian Los Angeles
Mondrian Los Angeles
8440 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood
4.5 out of 5.0
4.2 out of 5 (4 reviews)

$316

$316
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California dreamin’ in the glitz and glamor of L.A.

From sightings of famous movie stars along Hollywood Boulevard to lounging on the upscale beaches in Malibu, the glamor of this southern California metropolis is known worldwide. Visitors flock to Los Angeles for the remarkably mild weather, inviting coastal beaches, and cultural diversity. From touring the attractions you’ve seen in the glossy magazines, to wandering around Hollywood neighborhoods, to claiming a top sunbathing spot on one of the many beaches, you're never short on things to do in this West Coast city.


Places to see

L.A. is spread so far and wide that it would be impossible to define the City of Angels by only one neighborhood. There are three distinct parts of the city that draw in travelers.

Hollywood

When people think of Los Angeles, old-time silver screen glamor often springs to mind. “Tinseltown” is experiencing a revival in recent years, with plenty of star-struck visitors heading to the Hollywood Wax Museum on Hollywood Boulevard, along with countless movie-themed attractions. Every showbiz fan who visits Los Angeles should take a stroll up and down the Hollywood Walk of Fameand check out the TCL Chinese Theater.

The Westside

As in Hollywood, the glitz of the golden age of movies lives on in the Westside. Some of the most sensational residential dwellings in all of Los Angeles are found in the Bel Air, Beverly Hills and Brentwood neighborhoods that sit graciously between Hollywood and the coast. If you've ever wanted to window shop on Rodeo Drive or drive down Sunset Boulevard, the Westside is the place to make it happen.

Los Angeles beaches

The city known to locals as “La-La Land” boasts more than 60 miles of beach coastline. Ask 10 people about their favorite beach, and you're sure to get 10 different answers. If you're a family visiting Los Angeles in the summertime, you may wish to visit Leo Carrillo State Park, which is about 28 miles northwest of Santa Monica on the Pacific Coast Highway. The visitor center offers educational tours, and there are plenty of caves, reefs and tide pools to explore. If you're looking for a romantic beachside interlude, you'll appreciate the relative seclusion of El Matador Beach. Approximately 10 miles northwest of the town of Malibu, the tiny pocket beach is not easy to find, but that's part of its quirky charm. Be prepared to hike a short but rugged path from the parking area to the waves. Pack a picnic to enjoy with someone special in one of El Matador's secret coves.


Where to stay

If you're in town on business or attending one of the trade shows, you might want to book business-class lodging at one of the Los Angeles hotels near the downtown convention center. If you are visiting with children in tow, a suite of kid-friendly rooms in Anaheim near Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm theme park may be a better choice. Staying in one of the high-class beachfront resorts is perfect for those wanting a more intimate vacation experience.


Best time to visit Los Angeles

If weather is the deciding factor, there's really no bad time to visit the City of Angels. Many seasoned travelers recommend visiting southern California from September to November or from March to May. During these months, the temperature in Los Angeles rarely exceeds 70 degrees. Because of the Mediterranean climate, visiting at any time of year will provide comfortable weather for exploring this fascinating city and all it has to offer.

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