Odds are you’ve heard of this neighborhood before. After all, Hollywood is famous for being famous!
Hotels often offer resort-style amenities, such as an on-site restaurant or heated outdoor pool.
For those who appreciate exclusivity and affluence, Beverly Hills has it all.
The west end of this neighborhood bumps up against Beverly Hills, with Hollywood to the east.
The majority of travelers to Downtown LA are there on business – but not “the” business.
Beverly Grove/Fairfax is an excellent area to stay when visiting Los Angeles.
Sounds like the opening to more than a few 90’s movies… because it, like, totally is, bruh.
Westwood is best known as the home of the University of California, Los Angeles.
Any visitor wanting a taste of what it’s like to live here will enjoy this low-key cool destination.
With Los Angeles International Airport directly north, South Bay is convenient for many travelers.
If you’re headed to Universal Studios Hollywood, there’s no better place to stay than right across the street!