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Exploring Sunset Strip

Join the rock musicians and movie stars when you spend some time on the Sunset Strip in Lost Angeles, California. This section of Sunset Boulevard has a history as colorful as the huge, bright billboards for which it is famous. Originally outside the borders of Los Angeles proper, Sunset Strip played host to casinos and speakeasies during Prohibition, attracting the young, rich people from the burgeoning film industry. That reputation for glitz and glamour has not abated today.

Accommodations near Sunset Strip

Hotels here range from high-end to budget, with the Beverley Hills Hotel and the Ritz-Carlton at the top of the luxury tree. Most hotels can be found in West and North Hollywood – for the most convenience look at staying in the Hollywood and Highland Center. There are also plenty of big brand hotels grouped on West Sunset Blvd near Sunset Strip, plus more affordable motels towards central Hollywood. Some hotels nearby are the Mondrian Los Angeles, The Grafton On Sunset or the Sunset Marquis.

Sightseeing near Sunset Strip

- Hollywood

While strolling on the Hollywood Walk of Fame make sure to visit the the TCL Chinese Theatre where memories Hollywood premieres such as Star Wars were held. If interested in learning more about the history of the theatre you can also book one of their tours in advance. The sights of Hollywood – including the Hollywood Sign and Hollywood Wax Museum - are also a short drive away, whether you hire a car or jump on a ‘rapid bus’.

Transportation near Sunset Strip

Arrivals in LA have a great choice of air, Greyhound bus, Amtrak train, and self drive but, once in the city, they’ll find that the public transport network can’t quite cope with demand, especially at peak times. LA’s freeway snarl-ups are legendary, and bus transportation off the main tourist trail can be sparse. The new metro is useful as it extends to suburban areas through major tourism hubs but for extensive travel, renting a car is your best bet.

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