Everyone who visits, or plans to visit Los Angeles, typically wants to experience Hollywood; specifically, Old Hollywood. The hotels of that magical era were certainly a big part of the action back in old school Tinseltown, with some of these charmed properties making their marks in the most distinctive ways. Consider the following five as some fine examples of just that.
Although you dine outside year round at many restaurants, the weather is heating up and now is the time to enjoy a meal under the sun or stars. Here are the best spots to hit in LA.
In a town where extravagance rules, it is no wonder Los Angeles can be considered home to the best hotels in the world.
Regardless of your budget, this handy guide will help you plan your vacation to Los Angeles.
Raymond Sarlot and a partner paid $1 million for the landmark Sunset Strip property in 1975.
You don’t have to be an out-of-town guest to hang out in style at some of the best hotel bars in LA.
Although the notion of spending a night in a room with a twisted past might not seem appealing, many hotels reap bigger rewards due to the notoriety. Check out these eerie hotel rooms – just in time for Halloween.
Take the stress out of planning your honeymoon (or a trip to rekindle the romance with your husband or wife) by selecting from the very best honeymoon suites that Los Angeles and its environs have to offer. This exotic collection of fairy-tale suites not only includes a saintly Channel Island hideaway and a boutique hotel a stone’s throw from the limpid waters of the Pacific but also features nuptial packages that focus on a range of amorous activities, from star gazing at an iconic Hollywood hotel to sunset strolls on sun dappled beaches.