Welcome to Los Angeles, California! Dazzling lights, lavish mansions, and a never-ending party scene pull you in when you first arrive, but it's the diverse array of neighborhoods that makes you fall in love. Anyone can find their place in Los Angeles. It simply is a collection of all sorts of cultures and interests, and there's always something happening—even at 6 a.m. on a Tuesday. Combine that with perfect SoCal weather, and you'll never want to leave. You may need to ask one of the hotels in Downtown Los Angeles about lengthening your stay.
Downtown Los Angeles
The City of Angels is defined by its sprawling nature, but the central area—Downtown Los Angeles—is where you'll find an awesome mix of famous cultural sites, jaw-dropping architecture, mind-blowing eateries, and a thriving nightlife. Pedestrian-friendly streets make exploring the Grammy Museum, watching a performance at the exquisite Walt Disney Concert Hall, and dining in the Fashion District, all possible within one day. You also must visit Exposition Park, which features a tranquil rose garden, the California Science Center, and the California African American Museum. With so much in this district, you'll have no trouble finding a hotel near Downtown Los Angeles that suits you.
Of course, you should venture out and see the rest of the city. Eclectic, strange, and fascinating Venice Beach is just 16 miles away by car or bus, and it's here you can watch street performers, buy crafts, chill on the beach, and eat fresh seafood. Also, Hollywood Boulevard, with its plethora of celebrity-related attractions, is only seven miles by car or Metro Rail. In addition to these spots, there's much more to explore. During your flight to Los Angeles, make you itinerary. Luckily, Downtown Los Angeles hotels put you in a solid location for getting to nearly every point of interest.
Experience Los Angeles
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