Explore Los Angeles, Hollywood and Beverly Hills.


Los Angeles

Los Angeles: the shiny cultural beacon of Southern California. A In the city of sweltering optimism, palm trees lining the gorgeous streets along the Pacific Ocean, lead the way to immaculate estates in Beverly Hills and name-dropping socialites in Hollywood.  Whether it's live music, hot restaurants or endless beaches you crave, LA certainly has no shortage of unique treasures.  Let Hyatt be your guide as you become absorbed in the unique character of this lavish playground. 

Explore Los Angeles Arts and culture.
The Getty Center & Museum

1200 Getty Center Drive

Los Angeles, CA

+1 310 440 7300

It’s home to the world's wealthiest art institution, as well as some breathtaking panoramic views of Los Angeles.  The building itself is stunning and admission is free.

The Comedy Store

8433 West Sunset Boulevard

West Hollywood, CA

+1 323 650 6268

A veritable breeding ground for comedy greats, history is made every evening.   The only thing better than this legendary club's cocktails, are the fresh punch lines.

Amoeba Music

6400 West Sunset Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 245 6400

There's nothing average about Amoeba.  Its enormous size, unrivaled music selection, and passionate staff make it one of the finest in the world.  Get lost in this labyrinth of inspiration.  

Grauman's Chinese Theater

6801 Hollywood Boulevard

Hollywood, CA

+1 323 464 8111

The classic Hollywood Walk of Fame leads up to the hand and footprints from legends like Marilyn Monroe etched into the boulevard outside of this lush theater.

Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 South Grand Ave

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 850 2000

A radical splash planted in an ordinary downtown landscape, this cascading stainless steel marvel was built by Frank Gehry, and plays host to the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.


8910 Washington Boulevard

Culver City, CA

+1 310 559 6300

Inspired by Akihabara, Tokyo's electronic hub, this is a place to discover LA's artistic take on Japanese pop culture.  Their café also serves delicious milk tea.

The Bradbury Building

304 South Broadway

Los Angeles, CA

+1 213 626 1893

Los Angeles is not known for its 19th Century architecture.  But, this building's iconic brick and wrought iron played a small, but pivotal role in Chinatown and 500 Days of Summer.

Peterson Auto Museum

6060 Wilshire Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 964 6356

LA is a city obsessed with their vehicles.  But, not just car aficionados will swoon over the classic autos show in this fantastic museum. 

Book Soup

8818 West Sunset Boulevard

West Hollywood, CA

+1 310 659 3110

Maybe it's the perpetual chance to meet your favorite author, or the abundance of untouched pages, but this is the quintessential place to pass time in Hollywood.

Warner Bros. Studios VIP Tour

3400 Riverside Drive

Burbank, CA

+1 818 972 8687

From the set of Friends and ER in their heyday to Harry Potter costumes, this tour never disappoints.  More candid than most Los Angeles tours, you’ll even lunch amongst studio execs.

Annenberg Space for Photography

2000 Avenue Of The Stars Suite 10

Los Angeles, CA

+1 213 403 3000

This museum does its part in proving the dynamics of Los Angeles.  It's a paradise for photography buffs, and the new epitome in celebrating the medium.

Places to see in Los Angeles.
Griffith Observatory

2800 East Observatory Avenue

Los Angeles, CA

+1 213 473 0800

Framing not only the Hollywood Hills, but the entire universe, this classic building houses the world's most advanced star projector.  There's also a little surprise left by James Dean.

The Farmers Market at the Grove

6333 West Third Street

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 933 9211

Scope out animated fountains at the art-deco inspired Los Angeles Grove after diving into foods from every country you can imagine. Welcome to the nation’s original gourmet sanctuary.

Rodeo Drive

2 Rodeo Drive

Beverly Hills, CA

Visiting this Beverly Hills shopping and fashion nucleus can be overwhelming.  But, with Bel Air close by, the beehive of elite commotion will always leave you awe- inspired.

Runyon Canyon

2000 North Fuller Avenue

Los Angeles, CA

Smack in the center of the chaos that is Los Angeles, this hiking trail is known for its celeb sightings and somewhat challenging, but stunning terrain.

Venice Beach

Los Angeles, CA

Once home to beat poets and funky artists years ago, the Venice Boardwalk hasn't lost an ounce of its magic, or any of its shimmering beach line beauty. 

Hollywood Bowl

2301 North Highland Avenue

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 850 2000

This natural outdoor amphitheater hosts talent like John Williams and Radiohead, but the distinct venue itself takes top bill most nights.  Pack some wine and admire away.

Rose Bowl

1001 Rose Bowl Drive

Pasadena, CA

+1 626 449 4100

This landmark stadium is as rich in its range of activities as its football tradition.  Visitors are enthralled:  finding golf, running trails, and a huge monthly Flea Market.

Robertson Boulevard

Between Beverly Boulevard and Third Street

Hollywood, CA

Designer clothing boutiques and unique jewelry shops attract Los Angeles's most young and beautiful; and this trendy district is less touristy than Rodeo Drive.


West Los Angeles, CA

Boasting "27 miles of scenic beauty," residing in those famous hills are some of the wealthier kind in Southern California.  Don't leave without sinking your toes in their famous warm sand and checking out the exceptional wine tasting .

Belmont Shores

East Second Street

Long Beach, CA

+1 562 434 5332

Sail boats, sunbathers, and a gorgeous Pier serve as backdrop for a four-block section of eateries, art galleries, and specialty shops in this Long Beach seafaring village.

The Sunset Strip

Sunset Boulevard

West Hollywood, CA

Hot restaurants and nightlife, along with a 26-ft. tall Gibson guitar sculpture, make up today’s version of a Hollywood "walk of fame."

Places to eat, drink and play in Los Angeles.
Fred 62

1850 Vermont Avenue

Hollywood, CA

+1 323 667 0062

No visit to Los Feliz is complete without devouring the Mac Daddy & Cheese Balls from this kitschy diner, which never closes, even for Christmas.

The Dresden Lounge

1850 Vermont Avenue

Hollywood, CA

+1 323 655 4294

Just as you witnessed in the film Swingers, the iconic jazz duo Marty and Elayne generate their own blend of Sinatra-style vibes nightly.

The Griddle Café

7916 Sunset Boulevard

Hollywood, CA

+1 323 874 0377

LA is a city of drivers, not walkers.  But with creamy butter, or Nutella, atop Griddle's colossal fluffy pancake stacks, a nap will be calling afterwards.


624 South La Brea Avenue

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 938 1447

Built by Charlie Chaplin in the late 20's, a vibrant, relaxing texture resides in its walls.  Still, the menu shines with modern flair and features the best prime rib in SoCal.


8022 West 3rd Street

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 653 6359

Featuring a superb wine list, with 50 to choose from by the glass, there's no trouble pairing local favorite small plates like the bacon-wrapped dates.

Father's Office

1018 Montana Avenue

Santa Monica, CA

+1 310 736 2224

Most visitors flock to this place for their delectable take on fast food, but you'll be far more impressed with this trendy counter's quality burger and fries.  Wash 'em down with seasonal craft beers.

Osteria Mozza

6602 Melrose Avenue

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 297 0100

In the city of Angels, indulgence comes as second nature. Keep your eyes peeled for a celeb while enjoying every last morsel of the homemade pasta with bufala.


118 East Sixth Street

Los Angeles, CA

+1 213 622 4090

Cherish the memory of the original French dip sandwich you just ate at LA's oldest saloon, preserved beautifully. 


5940 Sunset Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 469 2100

Bourbon fans rejoice at the Bulleit Bourbon sorbet, but that's only the beginning.  This Victorian-style creation has 24 unique gelato flavors to sample, complimenting their dessert wine.

Villa Lounge

8623 Melrose Avenue

Los Angeles, CA

+1 310 289 8623

Adorned with chandeliers, bookshelves, and cushy sofas, there's certainly an assertive swanky meets comfort feel here.  You might have to dodge the paparazzi outside before making your entrance.

The Crema Café

322 Main Street

Seal Beach, CA

+1 562 493 2501

Just a short hop from Long Beach resorts, this dog-friendly local brunch fave shares free coffee while waiting.  The Seal Beach Scramble will certainly entice return visits.

Places to go shopping in Los Angeles.
Polkadots & Moonbeams

8367 West Third Street

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 655 3880

A living room atmosphere exploding with fabulous retro discoveries, this LA original stands head and shoulders (with a vintage scarf of course) above pretenders around town.

Opening Ceremony

451 North La Cienega Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA

+1 310 652 1120

This giant boutique (made famous in New York) is modeled after the very fabric of LA its freeway system.  Stir your curiosity by checking out their revolving, exciting brands.

Kitson on Robertson

115 South Robertson Boulevard

+1 310 859 2652

From new designer lines to familiar trendsetter finds, this LA fashion hub is jammed floor-to-ceiling with young celeb inspired styles, as inexplicable as they can sometimes be.

3.1 Philip Lim

631 North Robertson Boulevard

West Hollywood, CA

+1 310 358 1988

Mr. Lim's innovative approach to designer clothing that won't break the bank made his brand a success with local fashion crowds.  


3287 West Sunset Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 668 1315

Known for their limited edition sneaker models and enthusiastic shoe aficionados; this shop is set in a sophisticated surrounding and always packs in a genuine West Coast experience.

Fred Segal

8118 Melrose Avenue

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 651 1800

Inside the belly of this vine-blanketed clothing mecca, shoppers are enchanted by what they may find next.  Don't miss the super chic salon or café; and dress accordingly.  

Monocle Shop

225 26th Street Shop 19B

Santa Monica, CA

+1 310 395 4180

What it lacks in size, it delivers in tasteful attention to detail.  The Santa Monica shop is the perfect place to grab gifts for the jet setter on your list.

James Perse

8914 Melrose Avenue

West Hollywood, CA

+1 310 276 7277

Sold in Barney's and Saks Fifth Avenue, this is the casual brand's premier retail store; perfectly encapsulating wearable sophistication influenced by LA's minimalist side.


8405 West Third Street

Los Angeles, CA

+1 323 655 1051

With unique gifts like spotted print Peukku pouches, you'll have no problem supporting this local, modern living treasure trove.

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