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On 7000 Hollywood Boulevard, this Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument is in the heart of the city, along the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and steps from the Dolby and TCL Chinese Theatres. The hotel offers direct access to Hollywood Metro for ease of travel around Los Angeles. Los Angeles Int’l Airport: 14 miles, 40 minutes.

Hotel Address

7000 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles

California, United States 90028

Historic Hotels of America Recommended Points of Interest

  • Aquarium Of The Pacific

    Aquarium of the Pacific

    Discover the denizens of the world's largest ocean at the Aquarium of the Pacific, Southern California's largest aquarium.

  • Battleship USS Iowa Museum

    Battleship USS Iowa Museum

    Explore the decks, Captain's Cabin, and more of this renowned World War II-era Navy warship moored in the Port of Los Angeles.

  • Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

    Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

    Discover the local aquatic life on display at the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium.

  • California African American Museum

    California African American Museum

    Discover local African-American history at the California African American Museum.

  • California Science Center

    California Science Center

    Experience interactive exhibits at the California Science Center, which is also home to the Space Shuttle Endeavor.

  • Corita Art Center

    Corita Art Center

    Discover the artwork of Sister Mary Corita Kent, otherwise known historically as the "Pop Art Nun."

  • Coronado Historical Association And Coronado Museum

    Coronado Historical Association and Coronado Museum

    Discover the cosmos at the historic Griffith Observatory.

  • El Pueblo De Los Angeles Historical Monument

    El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument

    Discover this amazing historical monument.

  • Founder’s Church Of Religious Science

    Founder’s Church of Religious Science

    Explore Ernest Shurtleff Holmes' contributions to the metaphysical New Thought and today's self-help movement.

  • Gamble House

    Gamble House

    Discover the Arts and Crafts architecture of this famous building, which once served as the home for businessman David B. Gamble.

  • Grand Central Market

    Grand Central Market

    Discover the amazing food vendors at Grand Central Market, which has been open since 1917.

  • Grauman's Egyptian Theater

    Grauman's Egyptian Theater

    Take in a showing at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre, which played host to Hollywood's first-ever movie premiere during the silent film era.

  • Greystone Mansion

    Greystone Mansion

    Discover this Tudor Revival-style mansion, which is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

  • Griffith Observatory

    Griffith Observatory

    Do some stargazing at the Griffith Observatory, which boasts educational programs during the day, rooftop telescopes at night, and panoramic views of the Los Angeles skyline.

  • Griffith Park

    Griffith Park

    Explore the more than 4,210 acres of Griffith Park, with its abundant natural beauty and popular destinations like the Los Angeles Zoo, the Autry Museum of the American West, and the Hollywood Sign.

  • Hollywood Bowl

    Hollywood Bowl

    Enjoy a concert at the Hollywood Bowl, an amphitheater in the Hollywood Hills crowned one of Rolling Stone magazine's top ten best live music venues. 

  • Hollywood Sign

    Hollywood Sign

    Snap a photo of the iconic Hollywood Sign, an emblem of Los Angeles since it was constructed in 1923. 

  • Japanese American National Museum

    Japanese American National Museum

    Experience Japanese-American history at the Japanese American National Museum.

  • Joshua Tree National Park

    Joshua Tree National Park

    Discover the unique desert flora known as the Joshua Tree at this renowned national park.

  • Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center

    Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center

    Discover the local aquatic life on display at the Aquarium of the Bay.

  • La Brea Tar Pits

    La Brea Tar Pits

    Take a step back in time into the Pleistocene Epoch at the La Brea Tar Pits, the only actively excavated Ice Age fossil site in an urban area on the planet.

  • Lincoln Memorial Shrine

    Lincoln Memorial Shrine

    Discover the Lincoln Memorial Shrine.

  • Los Angeles County Museum Of Art (LACMA)

    Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

    Explore the massive Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the western United States' largest art museum, with an expansive collection of almost 152,000 pieces spanning 6,000 years of creative expression.

  • Los Angeles Zoo

    Los Angeles Zoo

    Discover the wide variety of animals at the Los Angeles Zoo.

  • Museum Of Tolerance

    Museum of Tolerance

    Discover historical planes and spacecraft at the San Diego Air and Space Museum.

  • Natural History Museum Of Los Angeles County (NHM)

    Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (NHM)

    Explore ancient dinosaur bones and an insect zoo at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles.

  • Paramount Pictures Studio Tour

    Paramount Pictures Studio Tour

    Explore the grounds of this world-famous movie studio.

  • Paramount Pictures Studio Tours

    Paramount Pictures Studio Tours

    Explore Chinese-American culture at the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum.

  • Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

    Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

    Explore the legacy of former U.S. President Ronald Reagan.

  • Santa Monica Pier

    Santa Monica Pier

    Spend some time by the ocean with a visit to the Santa Monica Pier, an iconic Los Angeles-area destination since 1909 and the western end of Route 66. 

  • Shrine Auditorium And Expo Hall

    Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall

    Explore the Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall, which are both listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

  • TCL (Grauman's) Chinese Theatre

    TCL (Grauman's) Chinese Theatre

    Watch a movie or catch a film premiere at the iconic TCL Chinese Theatre, formerly Grauman's Chinese Theatre, a renowned movie palace along the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

  • The Board

    The Board

    Explore amazing contemporary art at The Board.

  • The Geffen Contemporary At MOCA

    The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

    Take in thousands of post-war artworks at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, an art museum housed in a former police car warehouse renovated by renowned architect Frank Gehry. 

  • The Getty

    The Getty

    Be awed by The Getty Center, where the bird's-eye views of Los Angeles are almost as striking as the museum's modern architecture and collection of European artworks. 

  • The Getty Villa

    The Getty Villa

    Wander through ancient Greek, Roman, and Etruscan treasures at The Getty Villa, a re-created Roman seaside home along the Malibu coast.

  • The Hollywood Museum

    The Hollywood Museum

    Marvel at hairstyles, makeup looks, costumes, and more at the Hollywood Museum, which houses the most extensive collection of American film and television memorabilia in the world.

  • The Huntington Library, Art Collections, And Botanical Gardens

    The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens

    Explore the history of surfing at the Santa Cruz Surfing Museum.

  • The Museum Of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

    The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)

    Admire modern works ranging from Pop Art to abstract expressionism at the Museum of Contemporary Art, the only artist-founded museum in Los Angeles.

  • The Original Farmers Market

    The Original Farmers Market

    Explore the fantastic artisan vendors at The Original Farmers Market, which has been open since 1934.

  • The Richard Nixon Library & Museum

    The Richard Nixon Library & Museum

    Experience the legacy of former U.S. President Richard Nixon.

  • The Venice Beach Boardwalk

    The Venice Beach Boardwalk

    Walk this legendary holiday destination that straddles Venice Beach.

  • The Wilfandel Clubhouse

    The Wilfandel Clubhouse

    Explore one of the most historic African-American women's clubs in the entire United States. 

  • Union Station

    Union Station

    Explore Union Station, which has been the largest railroad passenger terminal in the western U.S. since it first opened in 1939.

  • Walk Of Fame

    Walk of Fame

    Experience the iconic Walk of Fame.

  • Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

    Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood

    Explore the grounds of this world-famous movie studio.

  • Watts Towers Arts Center

    Watts Towers Arts Center

    Experience the historic Watts Towers Arts Center.