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Exploring West Hollywood

Best known for its crazy nightlife and rock-and-roll music scene along Sunset Strip, the district of West Hollywood is one of the most exciting parts of Los Angeles to explore. By day, there may not seem much to do in this district but once the sun goes down, the night owls come out to party and catch the latest rock bands. West Hollywood has the largest gay population in Los Angeles, which only helps to liven up the atmosphere.

The nightlife is definitely the big attraction in West Hollywood. But this district is also a great area to discover some of Los Angeles’ most legendary eateries. Santa Monica Boulevard is home to social icons like Mel’s Drive In and Hugo’s. It’s a good idea to base yourself here if you plan on digging into the city’s incredible nightlife. Hotels like the Chamberlain West Hollywood and the Mondrian Los Angeles provide a cool LA atmosphere and an unbeatable location.


Accommodations in West Hollywood

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in West Hollywood is the Hotel 850 SVB West Hollywood at Beverly Hills, which has been booked 1 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended The Charlie Hotel in West Hollywood as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are some amazing options offering top-notch services and facilities. Check out The Jeremy Hotel West Hollywood and Mondrian Los Angeles.


Sightseeing in West Hollywood

- Sunset Strip


This infamous mile-and-a-half stretch of Sunset Boulevard is known as the Sunset Strip. With its wall-to-wall billboards looming overhead and its legendary live music venues, this little piece of Los Angeles is often where the action happens after dark. It’s been a party zone since the 1930s when people drank and gambled here. Today, it’s a popular hangout spot for celebrities, rock stars, and groupies. Hotels like The Standard provide a safe base of operations for exploring the Strip after dark.


- Beverly Hills


Since the 1950s, the famous Beverly Hills zip code 90210 has been synonymous with glamour and luxury. The shopping along Wilshire Avenue and Rodeo Drive is a big draw to this affluent part of Los Angeles, with retailers like Barney’s shoulder to shoulder with fashion legends such as Valentino. You can cruise around the residential neighbourhoods looking for your favorite star’s mansion or splash out on a meal at one of the city’s top restaurants.


Transportation in West Hollywood

Like most of Los Angeles, West Hollywood requires a car to get around. Santa Monica Boulevard is a major thoroughfare that cuts through the city and is a good place to catch the Big Blue Bus that connects the various districts of Los Angeles. Taxis are common along Sunset Boulevard after dark, and if you opt to stay at a hotel in the area, like the Andaz West Hollywood, you can easily walk to much of the action.


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