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.
When you find yourself hungry while visiting the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, the Hollywood Wax Museum and other attractions on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, stop in at the Pig ‘N Whistle Restaurant.
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.
While the Hollywood Wax Museum which opened in 1965 predates Madame Tussauds Wax Museum which opened nearby on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2009, Tussauds is the most famous name in wax museums.
The Four Ladies of Hollywood Gazebo, also known as the Hollywood & La Brea Gateway sits on the western boundary of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It has been the subject of many blog posts and articles.
Of any tourist attraction in Los Angeles, the Hollywood Walk of Fame probably attracts more tourists than any other attraction in our city.
When on Hollywood Boulevard near Highland, it would be hard to miss the impressive El Capitan Theatre. Built in in 1926 the movie palace was been declared a Cultural Heritage Monument by the City of Los Angeles in 1990.
In what was once the The Hollywood Theatre, the second movie theatre ever built in Hollywood, is the Guinness World Records Museum.