Los Angeles is a city well known for being one of the most popular tourist destinations on the West Coast. This beautiful city is full to the brim with culture, entertainment and family, solo traveler and couple-friendly attractions that you’ll never forget. Pair that with affordable Los Angeles romantic hotels and family accommodation and you have a city that is primed for vacation.
So, if you’re a first time visitor to this 1300 square kilometer city, where do you start? With so much to see and do during your stay at hotels in Torrance California, the key is to find the best attractions that give you a taste of the city. It’s best to start small so as not to overwhelm yourself, so instead of tackling the entirety of Los Angeles, why not take it district by district?
Whether you’re visiting for work or have some time to kill before a Miyako Hybrid Hotel wedding, this blog will outline some of the quintessentially Hollywood attractions in the west of the city.
Dive In To Santa Monica Pier
Santa Monica Pier is one of the top attractions on the beach of West Hollywood. Guests of romantic hotels packages in Los Angeles will find a perfect choice for date night, amidst the neon amusements of the pier’s amusement arcade Pacific Park and the beautiful views from the end of this fishing pier. With 112 years of history, Santa Monica Pier is a must-visit for any first timer.
See Where Elton John Made His Name At The Troubadour
For music fans, the Troubadour has had its fair share of historic gigs. With weekly programmes of international artists, the Troubadour’s 65 years of history has seen the likes of Joni Mitchell, Tom Waits and Neil Diamond make their names here. Situated on La Cienega Boulevard, the Troubadour is still alive and kicking as one of the most atmospheric and exciting venues in Los Angeles.
Explore The Sunset Strip
From prime real estate for billboard advertisements to some of the best nightclubs in Los Angeles, West Hollywood’s Sunset Strip is home to a wealth of attractions and cultural institutions. This 2 and a half kilometer long street establishes West Hollywood’s glamorous and exciting nature, and whatever the night, there’s always something quintessentially “Hollywood” about the place.
Hollywood Walk Of Fame
You won’t find anything quite like it, the Hollywood Walk Of Fame plays tribute to the countless stars who made their name in Los Angeles. Every name on the Walk Of Fame, from Daniel Craig to 50 Cent paid $55,000 for their signature to be there, and there’s nothing quite as celebrity-minded as that.
Capture Movie Magic At Universal Studios
There’s no point visiting West Hollywood if you’re not going to at least visit one of its many movie-adjacent attractions. Universal Studios has the best of the technical and amusement world, housing not only roller coasters and themed areas, but tours of working film studios as well.