The peak season in LA is July/August, when every day is sunny and hot. If you prefer smaller crowds, the shoulder seasons (March to May and September to November) are a good bet, but remember that June often brings heavy coastal fog. Chances of rain are greatest in winter, but less smog and congestion make up for the occasional sprinkle.
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Traditional King, Exclusive $50 activity credit per booking, Kids 17 & under stay FREE, FREE Wi-Fi
This landmark hotel blends attentive service with nostalgic design elements from the golden age of film.
Contrary to popular belief, LA does have a fairly comprehensive public transport system. Nearly all communities are served by buses, and a subway and light rail system hits many of the major area attractions, such as Hollywood and Universal Studios. Still, the automobile remains by far the most popular mode of transportation. Before rushing headlong into the bumper-to-bumper melee, consider all of your transport options.
Hollywood Visitors CentreMaps, brochures, lodging information and tickets to theme parks and other attractions are available through this office.
Practical information to assist you before and during your trip.
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