Hollywood attractions, points of interest and accommodations.
If you are visiting Los Angeles and want to find the best view of the Hollywood Sign and take in the sights on the Hollywood Walk of Fame too, you’re in luck.
If seeing the homes of the stars and the fabulous attractions on the Hollywood Walk of Fame have you up in the clouds, then head east a few steps past where the stars end and step into the Museum of Death.
The Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Los Angeles. In the video above we take you on a walking tour showing some of the key attractions.
Avalon Hollywood has one of the richest histories of any venue in Hollywood.
TAO is a lavishly appointed restaurant in Hollywood that can be counted on to have a long line of expensive cars and guests wearing the latest styles being caught by the flashes of paparazzi’s at the door.
Just a blocks off the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Mama Shelter is a 3 star French Boutique hotel offering accommodations that are truly unique. From the neon stork on the rooftop sign on down, the place is just plain cool.
Some people say there is nothing authentic or real about Hollywood anymore save the Frolic Room. It’s been the location for Film Noir & murder mysteries such as LA Confidential and The Black Dahlia… and the scene of at least one modern real life murder that had Hollywood on edge.
This is one of those things that I hate to mention, but along the Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the more difficult places in Los Angeles to find parking. Some tips to help you find parking in Hollywood.
Probably the easiest and cheapest way to see a large scale movie set while you are visiting Los Angeles is to go the Hollywood and Highland Center.
There are at least two venues on the Hollywood Walk of Fame that are said to be haunted.