Welcome to Los Angeles, affectionately known as L.A., Tinseltown, La La Land (even before the movie), and the City of Angels. Its name evokes images of tall palm trees, Hollywood glamour past and present, and wealthy movie executives driving convertibles with the top down from the Pacific Coast Highway to Beverly Hills.
There’s plenty of glitz and style to go around, but Los Angeles also offers so much more. The city has more museums and theatres than any other U.S. city, 75 miles of breathtaking shoreline, an ever-growing culinary scene, and over 30 neighborhoods with some of the most ethnically diverse populations in the world.
Trend-setting Los Angeles is considered both the entertainment capital of the world and cultural hub of the Pacific Rim.
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This landmark hotel blends attentive service with nostalgic design elements from the golden age of film.
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