Besides being the world center for the entertainment industry, Hollywood is also home to many of the most visited L.A. landmarks and attractions. People come here to attend the audience at their favorite TV-shows, stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame, venturing up Mount Hollywood to take photos of the famous sign, – or just to take a walk in Griffith Park. Here you’ll find everything from the region’s coolest dance clubs, best restaurants and bars, as well as awesome museums and landmarks. This is also where you will find the best studios the region is so very famous for, and you might just spot a celebrity or two if you know where to look. Hollywood Magic Mountain is home to some of America’s largest – and fastest – rollercoasters, while the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the Sunset Strip are two landmarks everyone needs to experience. For some of the biggest name in the entertainment industry, check out the schedule of upcoming events at the Hollywood Bowl! Other places of great L.A. entertainment are also located here, including but not limited to the Dolby Theatre, TCL Chinese Theatre, and the Pantages Theatre. Whether do dance away the night or explore the iconic L.A. landmarks, Hollywood is one of the best places to experience the essence of Los Angeles! And how could Hollywood possibly be experienced better than with a party bus or limo down Sunset Strip?!
Hollywood Landmarks & Attractions
Hollywood might be home to the more L.A. landmarks, attractions and activities than any other community. Here you can get a photo of the world-famous Hollywood Sign on Mount Lee or visit the world’s most famous sidewalk at Hollywood Walk of Fame. The street is stretching along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street, and has over 2300 stars dedicated to famous stars in the entertainment industry. Check out the stars of your favorites, whether it’s the Beatles at #7051 or maybe Elvis by #6777. The hypermodern Graumans Chinese Theater is a hypermodern and fashionable movie theater on Hollywood Boulevard, dating to the late 1920’s. Also on the Hollywood Boulevard is the Hollywood Wax Museum, where you can see realistic copies of people such as Marilyn Monroe, Freddy Kreuger, Michael Jackson and many more. Along Sunset Boulevard are some of the city’s most famous places. For example the Hyatt West Hollywood Hotel, where Led Zeppelin drove down the staircase, or Whiskey a Go Go where people such as the Doors, Janis Joplin and Led Zeppelin have entertained. Johnny Depp’s nightclub, the Viper, is also located here and is the place where actress River Phoenix died. Motorhead’s Lemmy loves hanging out at the Rainbow Bar & Grill. Another place you must go when visiting Southern California is the Universal Studios Hollywood, where so many Los Angeles limousine clients head to. Here are rides based on popular movies such as Back to the Future, Jurassic Park, Terminator 2, Spider Man, and more. Go on the behind-the-scenes tour and see the film sets for productions such as Jaws, Desperate Housewives and American Psycho. For the best entertainment, many order a LA limo to make the most out of their visit to concerts at the Hollywood Bowl, Dolby Theatre, Pantages Theatre, or other great entertainment venues.
Best Dining & Shopping
Come enjoy some of SoCal’s most famous – and tastiest – restaurants! Head for Texan beers and Karaoke Wednesday at Big Wangs, or try out some great vegetarian hamburgers at Astro Burger. Try Ammo for some great Californian cuisine, and the California Chicken Cafe is said to have the city’s best chicken. For great Thai cuisine check out Chan Dara. For the best French meal visit Delphine on Hollywood Boulevard. The best seafood is found at the Hungry Cat, while the Geisha House has great sushi variants. Great Chinese cuisine can be discovered at Le Oriental Bistro, and Italian food are best served at the famous Miceli’s. Looking for a romantic eatery? Go to Off Vine or Yamashiro. Xiomara on Melrose Avenue is known for their great Cuban dishes. Looking for a Hollywood restaurant with a view? Check out the Skybar at Mondrian or the Soho House West Hollywood on Sunset. Those that happen to like hot dogs will love the nearly twenty different hot dogs served at Pink’s Hot Dogs, and many times people will have the party stop to stop by Roscoes House of Chicken ’n W Waffles for a late-night meal. You may have your best chance of sighting a celebrity at the Musso & Frank Grill, a favorite amongst celebrity LA limo clients for decades. There are several great places for wine-tasting, for instance at the V Wine Room in West Hollywood or Vinoteque On Melrose. There are also Santa Barbara- and Malibu wine tour options leaving from the Hollywood area. For shopping, take a stroll along the Walk of Fame by Grauman’s Chinese Theater for many smaller unique souvenir stores. For the more complete shopping experience, head to the Hollywood & Highland Shopping Center! With nearly eighty stores this shopping mall offers everything from a bowling hall, American Eagle, Forever 21, the GAP, movie theaters, nightclubs and more, making it a tremendously popular Los Angeles limousine spot for shoppers.
Hotels & Accommodation
The most happening place for tourists to stay is understandably in the Hollywood area, more precisely on or nearby Sunset Strip. We get daily calls for LAX sedan service from the airport to the many hotels and resorts of Hollywood. Among the nicest – and most expensive – lodging options here are the Redbury, home to the Cleo Restaurant, and Renaissance Hollywood, where you can stay in the heart of Hollywood at the Hollywood & Highland. Also within walking distance of most of the fun is the Roosevelt Hotel, a 1929 U.S. national landmark. For a less expensive hotel, the Best Western Plus Hollywood Hills Hotel is a good choice. So is the Magic Castle Hotel, few blocks from some of the city’s most famous landmarks and attractions. Other popular picks for hotel include Chateau Marmont and Days Inn Hollywood. Whether to check out Hollywood, go on a Malibu wine tour or simply a transfer from LAX, rely on us for the transportation!