Starting Rate: $364 Priced recently for Jun 10 - Jun 14, 2013
From the grand entrance to deluxe suites, stay in true Hollywood style steps from the Avenue of the Stars. Los Angeles hotels dont come better placed on the glamorous Westside, within walking distance of 20th Century Fox Studios, MGM Tower and upscale shopping at Westfield Century City. Discover an L.A. city sanctuary at Park Grill, or relax and revive with three Zen-inspired spa villas. A short drive will take you to the heart of the city centre, UCLA, Getty Center, Rodeo Drive or the beach.
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM
Year Opened: 2007
Year Renovated: 01/01/2004
Time Zone: GMT
The menu at Craft Los Angeles focuses on meats from artisan ranchers, day boat seafood and market produce. Craft is part of the fine dining empire of founding chef Tom Colicchio, head judge on Bravo's Top Chef.
Founding chef Thomas Keller's relaxed yet sophisticated restaurant serves updated bistro classics in an authentically French setting. Bouchon offers a unique Vin de Carafe program highlighting one of a kind California wines.
A Beverly Hills landmark, The Grill specializes in traditional all American fare including mouth watering prime steaks, chops and seafood. Insider Tip Considered the ultimate power lunch'spot for entertainment industry wheelers and dealers.
The cuisine at Vicenti emphasizes ingrdients imported from Italy or gathered from local producers. Often regarded as the best Italian restaurant in the city. Insider Tip Restaurant owner Maureen Vincenti is often on hand to offer a warm welcome to her d
Skip lunch before enjoying this all you can eat Brazilian steakhouse where guacho chefs deliver and slice expertly grilled meats are your table. The savory beef ribs will melt in your mouth...but you'll have to ask your waiter as they are not on the men
The food's the real star at this sleek sushi hot spot in the heart of Hollywood. Be careful not to trip over the the paparazzi on your way out. The super modern decor is courtesy of designer Philippe Stark.
Situated high above Hollywood Boulevard, the restaurant serves Cal Asian cuisine as well as sushi, and affords shimmering views of the city lights below. Yamashiro was originally built in 1914 as a hilltop mansion and a replica of a Japanese palace in
Offering an atmosphere of casual elegance and attentive service, the globally inspired California cuisine at Park Grill is accompanied by an impressive wine selection. Breakfast, lunch and dinner served daily in the dining room or in the contemporary Gard
Perfect for romantic patio dining with stunning ocean views high on a cliff in Malibu. And yes, those were dolphins. Sunday brunch at Geoffrey's is a Malibu tradition.
The elegant and stylish Lobby Lounge is the perfect spot for relaxed gatherings or impromptu business meetings. A casual dining menu of small plates and tapas style dishes is offered throughout the day, along with speciality martinis and fine wine. Guests
Fitness center on-site
Two parks in one! California Adventure now joins Disneyland, Walt Disney's original land of make believe. Don't miss the exhilirating 'Soarin' Over California' which stimulates a flight over iconic Golden State landscapes. Tip: Separate admission is req
Fun and festive Third Street Promenade is a pedestrian-only street lined with casual restaurants and shops. The pier's Pacific Park offers family-friendly arcade games. Tip: Ride the ferris wheel on the pier for a bird's eye view of the surrounding beac
Designed as a publicity stunt in the late 1950s, the Walk of Fame is now the most famous stretch of cement in the world. With more than 2,400 brass stars embedded in pink and charcoal terrazzo, the Walk welcomes more than a million visitors annually who p
Billed as 'The Entertainment Capital of LA', the theme park offers visitors thrilling rides and attractions as well as an insider's look at a working Hollywood film and television studio. Tip: Purchase the Front-of-the-Line pass from the Concierge to ski
The 'Hollywood' Sign, probably one of the most famous icons in the world. Take a hike up here and see some breathtaking views of LA. Tip: Two great spots to park and snap a photo: Beachwood Canyon Drive and the Hollywood Reservoir Dog Park.
Spend some time at Westfield Century City. With its spacious 15-screen movie theater, stylish outdoor dining terrace and an array of new boutiques, the Westfield Century City mall is now more than just a lunchtime hangout for area suits. Tip: Stop by th
Enjoy a casual breakfast or lunch at the historic Farmers Market at The Grove. Choose from farm stands and stalls offering classic American and international foods. Tip: Weekends are very crowded so consider going during the week.
Unwind at Spa InterContinental with any one of the many soothing body treatments, facials or nail services offered. Tip: It is often easier to get an appointment in the morning and on weekdays.
Visit the Annenberg Space for Photography - just a short walk from the hotel you can view the state-of-the-art digital and print photography by both renowned and emerging artists in an intimate gallery setting.
Discover the amazing Getty Center - located on a dramatic hilltop in the Santa Monica Mountains and housing the J Paul Getty Museum's collecton of Western art against a backdrop of spectacular architecture, tranquil gardens and breathtaking views.
Visit Rodeo Drive, a neighborhood known as the 'Golden Triangle' because of its world class shopping. From Gucci to Prada, Chanel to Polo Ralph Lauren, this is a shopping paradise. Tip: It is very difficult to find street parking in Beverly Hills. Plan
Enjoy a private guided tour of Beverly Hills, Bel Air and other neighborhoods that the rich and famous call home. You will be amazed by one phenomenal home after another. Tip: Take your camera.
For a true California experience, rent a convertible and cruise up the scenic Pacific Coast Highway. Enjoy lunch on the cliffs at Malibu overlooking the Pacific Ocean, then catch some rays on a secluded beach. Don't forget the sunscreen! Tip: Try to avo
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