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Shelter Hotel Los Angeles - Los Angeles Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Shelter Hotel Los Angeles

457 S Mariposa Ave, Los Angeles - Map
 
 
"Great value in Mid-Wilshire/Koreatown LA area. "
This hotel is clean and modern. The staff is friendly. There is free parking which is a precious commodity in LA but the parking lot is small. That being said, I've never lacked parking while staying there. It is also convenient to the Metro (LA subway). My go to hotel when I'm in LA.
A Traveller
In Koreatown residential neighborhood, near Downtown Los Angeles, this 4-story corner hotel is 2 blocks from Wilshire …More
Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles International Airport - Los Angeles Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles International Airport

9750 Airport Blvd, Los Angeles - Map
 
 
"Reasonable, well located, decent hotel "
Room was clean, carpet and bathroom a bit worn. Clean sheets, comfortable bed. AC wasn't working but was fixed within a couple of hours.
Traveller from Denver
This hotel is a quarter-mile from Los Angeles International Airport and 13 miles from downtown Los Angeles businesses; ocean …More
The Bicycle Hotel & Casino - Bell Gardens Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$249

The Bicycle Hotel & Casino

888 Casino Dr., Bell Gardens - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel with beautiful rooms and good amenities"
The restaurants have good food at reasonable prices.
A Traveller
Situated in Bell Gardens, this spa hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from The Bicycle Casino and within 9 mi (15 km) of Citadel …More
Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles - Los Angeles Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles

929 South Broadway, Los Angeles - Map
 
 
"fun and funky hotel"
we stayed at the Ace because we were going to the Grammy's. The rooms are spacious and very comfortable. The staff are friendly and helpful. The location is a bit gritty, but we found great restaurants and shops nearby and a wonderful farmer's market. If you want something historic and away from the touristy areas, you should try it. My young adult children loved the turntable and classic rock records in the room.
Traveller from Pennsylvania
Located in Downtown Los Angeles, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Orpheum Theatre, Microsoft Theater, and Staples Center …More
The Hollywood Roosevelt - Hollywood Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$466

The Hollywood Roosevelt

7000 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel, the bathroom was too small"
The Hotel staff was really friendly. Excellent service. They always are ready to help you
Traveller from Mexico
Attracting Hollywood's stars since it opened in 1927, The Hollywood Roosevelt offers a prime location along the Hollywood …More
Welcome Inn - Inglewood Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Welcome Inn

11125 S Prairie Ave, Inglewood - Map
 
 
Located in Lennox, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Hollywood Park Casino and Hollywood Park Racetrack. Los Angeles Forum …More
LEVEL Furnished Living Suites - Los Angeles Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$526

LEVEL Furnished Living Suites

888 S. Olive St, Los Angeles - Map
 
 
"Incredible"
We rented a two bedroom and a one bedroom for our family of six. There was plenty of space and we loved that we were able to prepare our Christmas dinner in the condo.
A Traveller
Located in Downtown Los Angeles, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Microsoft Theater and L.A. Live. Staples Center …More
Travelodge Hotel at LAX Airport - Los Angeles Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
$260

Travelodge Hotel at LAX Airport

5547 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles - Map
 
 
"It met a specific need."
I chose this motel because it was near LAX and I had to be there very early in the morning and they provided a shuttle. It was a typical motel.
Traveller from Los Angeles
This airport-area hotel, with 24-hour complimentary airport shuttle, is a half-mile from LAX; Santa Monica beach is 4 miles away.More
Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza - Los Angeles Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza

251 S Olive St, Los Angeles - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel but toilet was running"
Everything about my stay was fine except that the toilet tank was running intermittently every 5-10 minutes. I told the front desk within an hour of noticing it and went to dinner, hoping they had sent someone up to fix it but that didn't happen. As a result, it was an annoying sound all night and disturbed my sleep. Otherwise everything was fine and the food in the hotel restaurant downstairs was very good.
Traveller from Cleveland, OH
Adjacent to California Plaza's corporate towers and the Museum of Contemporary Art, this 17-story hotel is one block from the …More
Loews Hollywood Hotel - Hollywood Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Loews Hollywood Hotel

1755 North Highland Avenue, Hollywood - Map
 
 
The hotel is in a great location second time staying there, great views, hotel staff is wonderful however the room itself should've been cleaner. I was definitely not impressed with the bathroom for the amount of money we paid.
Traveller from arnold mo
Set in the Hollywood & Highland entertainment complex, Loews Hollywood Hotel is next to TCL Chinese Theater, the Walk of …More

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    Los Angeles Hotel & Travel Guide

    The famed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright once said, “Tip the world over on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles.” That may very well have occurred already. The mix of cultures will make your journey to the coast feel like you’ve spun a lap around the world. Enjoy cuisine from all corners of the earth, spread out on the beach to get some color, and soak in the cityscape from the Griffith Observatory. And if you’re wondering where to stay in Los Angeles, look no further than Travelocity.

    Things to Do in Los Angeles

    Fill your days and nights with things to do in Los Angeles —there’s certainly no shortage in this fabulous Southern California city. Wandering the streets is like stepping through a portal into another world. Especially when you’re strolling the avenues at the eastern edge of downtown that’s known as the Arts District. Once full of abandoned and decrepit warehouses, this section of town has transformed itself into a place bursting with bohemian creativity. Head to the intersection of East Third Street and Traction Avenue where works from renowned artists like JR, Shephard Fairey and many more can be viewed. You can even take a guided art tour through some of the neighborhood’s finest galleries.

    Further west, the soothing waters of the Pacific Ocean roll gently onto the fine, white sand of the beaches of Santa Monica. Some of the best places to stay in Los Angeles are located along this famous stretch of sand. And poking 2,745 feet into the water is the world famous Santa Monica Pier. Let your inner child run free at the Pacific Park amusement park, the only theme park on the West Coast located on a pier. Get a bird’s eye view of the coast from high above while riding the Pacific wheel or maybe a spin on the West Coaster will provide you with the thrills you’re looking for.

    Eating and Drinking

    When you’ve worked up an appetite, you’re in luck because this town is a foodie’s paradise. Stroll down Abbott Kinney Boulevard in Venice Beach—GQ named this street “America’s coolest block”—and take your pick from any number of boutique dining options. L.A. is a melting pot of cultures so if you want to try a meal that originated from across the world, you don’t have to go far. Situated in the southwest corner of downtown, Little Tokyo is one of only three official Japantowns in North America and is the center for Japanese-Americans in Southern California. Digging into a bowl full of udon noodles or enjoying some of the freshest sushi in the city isn’t complete without an accompanying bottle of fine sake. Hot or cold? That is the question.

    From the coastal neighborhoods of Venice Beach and Santa Monica to the sprawling inland avenues of East Los Angeles, there’s no shortage of restaurants serving some of the finest dishes originating from south of the border. You don’t need to make reservations at a 5-star restaurant in order to have one of the better meals of your life. You can if you want, but some of the greatest Mexican culinary treasures in this city are holes-in-the-wall, street vendors, and mom-and-pop places that wouldn’t normally make must-go lists. Oh, but they should.

    Green Spaces Galore

    The second largest city in the United States stretches across the landscape as far as the eye can see, but amid this concrete jungle are beautiful greenbelts for you to relax in. Rent a room in Los Angeles near Griffith Park in the Los Feliz neighborhood. The Central Park of Los Angeles is home several attractions like the Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles Zoo, and the Autry National Center. But if you’re looking to get real rugged, go for a hike through Bronson Canyon. Make sure to possibly be ready for your close-up, this is an extremely popular filming location for Hollywood elites.

    Day Trips from Los Angeles

    L.A.’s central location in Southern California makes it a perfect jumping off point for some of the better day trips in the state. Leave one of the Los Angeles hotels and take a short 95-mile jaunt up U.S. Route 101, which will bring you to the lovely beachside community of Santa Barbara, the escape for the stars. Just inland lie sprawling vineyards waiting for you to sample their perfectly crafted bottles of vino. Check out the local wine tours in the area and toast to one of the better getaways you’ve been on.

    If you’d like to take a break from the coast for a day or two, head east on Interstate 10 for 107 miles. The suburban lands of eastern Los Angeles County, the Inland Empire, and San Bernardino County give way to arid deserts that look like Lawrence of Arabia once traveled through. And in this desert landscape sits the Renaissance town of Palm Springs where Dean, Frank, Sammy, and the rest of the Rat Pack once relaxed. Shop through the chic boutiques along Palm Canyon Drive before riding the cable car up the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. The 12-and-a-half-minute ride lifts you from the floor of the Coachella Valley to the top of San Jacinto Peak. There are several hiking trails at the top you can wander on and even a restaurant & bar. Enjoy a burger and beer while taking in a mountain-top view across the vast Southern California desert. When your time in the desert is up, our Los Angeles hotel deals will ensure you have a comfortable place to rest your head back in La-la-land.

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    The glitz, the glamour, the sun, and the sand. The only way to experience it all is to book a stay at one of Travelocity’s finest hotels in Los Angeles during your next trip. It doesn’t matter whether you’re coming for a sun tan, to experience the growing culinary scene or if you’re looking for that big break on the silver screen, you won’t find better offers on your next getaway to the California coast.

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