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About Los Angeles

When planning a West Coast trip, there’s always one must-stop: Los Angeles. The City of Angels combines pristine beaches with the glitz and glamor of the world’s leading film industry. Many people are unaware that Los Angeles is not a contained city center. Instead, it is a sprawling county. This makes it all the more important to find the perfect hotel in a convenient location. Let’s figure out what you’d like to do in L.A. – and figure out the best Los Angeles hotel to rest your head!

Almost synonymous with ‘L.A.’ is Hollywood. Attractions include the Hollywood Walk of Fame (and the rest of bustling Hollywood Boulevard), the Hollywood sign and many more iconic sights. If you’re going to spend a lot of your time touring Universal Studios, Warner Bros. and other similar attractions, you’ll want to get a spot not too far from here. Luxury Los Angeles hotels like the Chateau Marmont, The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills and The Hollywood Roosevelt are a great home base for your luxe vacation. If you’re on a budget, there’s no need to resort to a cheap motel. Rooms at the Magic Castle Hotel, Hollywood Celebrity Hotel and others can be had for a steal on Triphop.

Many of us couldn’t imagine heading to L.A. and not staying near a beach. Santa Monica and Venice Beach are enticing with their carnival atmosphere and proximity to Hollywood. However, L.A. offers many more seaside playgrounds, including Malibu and Manhattan Beach. There’ll be many motels on hand that, while they may lack ocean views, are a short walk to the Pacific. And rest assured, it’ll be challenging to find a Los Angeles hotel that doesn’t have an outdoor pool. For the full experience, legendary hotels like Santa Monica’s Shangri-La, Venice on the Beach, Malibu Beach Inn and South Bay’s Shade Hotel can’t be beat. If you're looking for a hotel close to the Los Angeles Convention Center, O Hotel and Hotel Figueroa are great picks.

Wherever you stay, you’ll be able to get around using the Metro, surface trains, and robust bus system. The infamous L.A. traffic and parking challenge is not a myth! If you don’t plan on straying far from the core, you might want to stick to public transport. However, if you plan to explore further reaches of the county, renting a car is recommended.

Los Angeles can be pricey, so you’ll want to save as much as you can on flights and hotels. Triphop will always find you the best prices on Los Angeles hotels – but the time of year affects how cheap. The least expensive times to visit L.A. are January and February, April and the month of September. If you can, avoid the summer for sky-high prices.



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Luxury hotels in Los Angeles

Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown.4-star



.1800 reviews

Excellent stay. Rooms were spotless! Classy ambiance.... 18 social is amazing. however the lobby coffee bar was a bit expensive so I opted for in-room from the Kuerig (delicious). Can’t wait to come back

Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City.4-star



.103979 reviews

If you can, definitely do the VIP tour. You get to go on most of the rides & skip the lines. Buffet lunch was amazing, we felt like real stars!!!! Then the tour after was really great too. Well worth the money. VIP tour goes for just over 6 hours, but you see it all & more.

Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills.5-star



.2067 reviews

I LOVE this hotel. It's my favorite. Excellent location. Walking distance from all Beverly Hills shops and delicious restaurants. Right on Rodeo drive. The staff is impeccable and the service beyond compare. The rooms are great. There are two towers and many options to choose from. The lobby has a gorgeous crystal chandelier and always the most beautiful flower arrangements. The decor is beautiful and not overdone or gaudy. Its understated elegance. CUT is phenomenal. The pool and jacuzzi are nice. They are secluded and peaceful.

Sofitel LA at Beverly Hills.4.5-star



.2635 reviews

Dear all, I would like to inform you that the next time we will come back to the Sofitel when we will make another trip in Los Angeles. I insist to say thank you to Benjamin of the reception regarding his availability, professionalism and his advises. Please, all of you, do not forget that the most important it is not to arrive to the top but to stay at the top. With the employees like Benjamin, I am sure that you will keep or increase your competences. Best regards.

Freehand Los Angeles.4-star


Very Good

.1526 reviews

The facilities were beautiful and comfortable. The design of the shared room gave everyone enough space to not feel cramped. The lobby was comfortable and quiet enough to relax or get some work done. The rooftop was beautiful, also with a relaxed yet fun atmosphere. Drinks were DELISH, coffee was high quality, and the breakfast was unique. Met amazing travelers while staying. And everyone on the staff was friendly, helpful, and professional. 10/10 would stay again anytime in any city. Couldn’t recommend enough.

The Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites, Los Angeles.4-star


Very Good

.5924 reviews

It's a huge hotel that had seen better days. The rooms are recently refurbished. The bed was excellent and the view is excellent too. Situated on the hill of the CBD, it offered generous view of the City of Angels. Dinner options around were limited though. Had to drive out to nearby for dinner.

Mr. C Beverly Hills.5-star


Very Good

.587 reviews

Classy and comfortable. Great vibe and courteous, professional staff. Would definitely recommend. Didn’t try the restaurant but the bar was nice. Will be back again!

Luxe City Center Hotel.4-star


Very Good

.985 reviews

This has been on of the best hotels we have stayed at. We were here on New Year's Eve. The front desk employees are very friendly,helpful and patient. The rooms we stayed in are beautiful and have everything you would need. Room service is great. In room massages.Also across from the Staples Center. Fleming's and walking distance from the Pantry and outside Ice skating. This hotel is also.Pet friendly.. We would recommend this hotel to anyone and we will be back.

Mondrian Los Angeles.4.5-star


Very Good

.1366 reviews

Cool hotel in the heart of West Hollywood. We’ve been coming here for years, the rooms have been recently updated which was good to see. Our studio suite was enormous and very spacious with a comfortable couch and most importantly a heavenly bed. The bathroom was small and the lighting didn’t do any favours for shaving and make up. The staff are all so pleasant and helpful, you couldn’t ask for more. However to be disturbed three times asking for our check out time (after securing a late check out the night before) despite the “do not disturb” sign on the door. The on property dining is limited and better elsewhere in the area but the resort fee and the valet parking were exorbitant. The resort fee was meant to cover in room WiFi but then limits you to 3 devices. The Mondrian has the makings for a five star rating but these little things pull it down, what a shame.

Kimpton Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Beverly Hills.4-star


Very Good

.811 reviews

This hotel was an amazing stay through and through. Exceptionally clean and quiet which is important. Anything I needed help with was taken care of immediately. I hope to get to go back.

Best budget hotels in Los Angeles

The Dixie Hollywood

Average price $93/night



.758 reviews

you can take a bath, room has heater, fridge, iron, iron board if you want to leave more then 3 pieces of luggage(2 suites and 2 backpacks) you will need to pay 5$ as i remember. so, just pack everything into one suite case. people on reception could be more welcoming to guests.

Best Western Plus Glendale

Average price $99/night


Very Good

.602 reviews

Staff went out of their way to be helpful. Breakfast items were constantly refreshed. Rooms, though not large, were clean and comfortable. Great location, near major freeway.

Travelodge by Wyndham Hollywood-Vermont/Sunset

Average price $98/night



.754 reviews

I can't say enough good things about this hotel and its staff. They have done an amazing job from top to bottom. It is a testament to the fact that you can have a beautiful hotel with a perfect location and still set yourself miles apart with an amazing staff and wonderful service. From the moment we arrived, we were made to feel special. Everyone had a smile on their face and did everything they could to make us feel welcome. The rooms are comfortable and incredibly well designed. I cannot say enough and could go on forever. I recommend this hotel without hesitation to anyone.

Hollywood Stars Inn

Average price $76/night



.230 reviews

Well kept clean new room fixtures, looks better inside the room , small but functional parking

Hollywood Inn Express North

Average price $87/night



.395 reviews

Hospitality terrific. Budget accommodation, all great

Rodeway Inn Regalodge

Average price $78/night



.177 reviews

Staff were very friendly and helpful. My room was comfortable and clean. Great hotel to stay.

Lincoln Park Motel

Average price $81/night



.255 reviews

This was such a cool and cute place to get a hotel I splurged a little bit I paid a hundred bucks and got a room with three beds it was very nice I had a cute experience I'd recommend it to anyone. Plus it's in an amazing neighborhood. I love this neighborhood.

Things To Do In Los Angeles


‘Tinseltown’ is easily one of the most famous neighborhoods in the world. It has all the glitz and glamor you’d expect from the home of the U.S. film industry. A great place to start is the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Without even leaving this street (Hollywood Boulevard), you can see a host of other attractions. These include the TCL Chinese Theatre, Madame Tussauds Hollywood, the Hollywood Wax Museum, and much more. If you’re stumped at where to start, a hop-on/hop-off tour will get you to all the best spots. Be prepared to run into some ‘Hollyweird’ sights as well, including some very imaginative street performers.

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Santa Monica

Star of many a song and screen feature, Santa Monica is a living postcard picture of the ‘Los Angeles Beach Town.’ The town itself is dazzling. Homes include both sprawling mansions and beautiful, classic bungalows hidden behind ornate hedges. With three main shopping districts, it’s a beach-adjacent shopaholic’s dream. Naturally, the star of the show is that very same beach.

Along with nearby Venice Beach, Santa Monica Beach is one of the country’s most famous. The 3.5-mile-long beach has parks, picnic areas, playgrounds, and more. Its centerpiece is the Santa Monica Pier. Over a century old, it is Pacific Park amusement park, and the iconic Ferris wheel is a sight to behold. For quick and fun transportation, download the Bird or Lime electric scooter app and zoom down the boardwalk to Venice Beach.


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Los Angeles Beaches

Santa Monica Beach is undoubtedly a mecca for many, but Venice Beach is a must-visit for its pure spectacle. The always-busy boardwalk can overshadow the beach itself! Some of the most talented street performers gravitate here. This strip also offers incredible shopping and dining. Be sure to visit world-famous spots like Maui and Sons Surf & Skate Shop and Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams. You might see a famous X-Games competitor at Venice Skate Park. And just a short walk away, the Venice Canals invoke the spirit of the original European town. Just to the south, South Bay (Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach) offers a more relaxed experience and some of the best water sports and beach activities. For upscale beachside shopping, Manhattan Beach is the way to go.

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Touring Los Angeles

An L.A. standard is the Hollywood/celebrity tour. You’ll be able to see the hottest Hollywood hotspots without having to bury your face in your phone (or a map if you’re old-school!). Perhaps seeing your favorite stars’ homes is more your speed. In that case, book a Beverly Hills or Malibu Colony Beach jaunt. Tours will let you marvel at the mansions of today's and yesterday’s biggest box-office draws. They’ll also get you to iconic spots like the Hollywood sign and Griffith Observatory. For the real movie buffs, studio tours will get you to many of your favorite TV or movie sets! A sunset bicycle or Segway tour can be the perfect way to end a day of discovery.

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Los Angeles Shopping

When you get to L.A., you’ll understand why people take trips to the city just to shop. It's luxury shopping options are hard to match. The Grove, Rodeo Drive, and Robertson Boulevard are packed with boutiques and luxury brand stores. If your goal is to shop where the celebs do, these are some of the best spots. For the best in outlet stores, The Citadel and Outlets at Orange are a mecca for discounts on top brands. Of course, vintage couture is a cornerstone of the L.A. style. You’ll find vintage shops throughout the city, but Abbot Kinney Boulevard is your one-stop for the best. At any of these shopping spots, you can be guaranteed great dining as well.

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Sports in Los Angeles

It’s no secret that Los Angeles has some of the best teams in nearly every league. You’ll be able to catch a Lakers, Clippers, Sparks or Kings game at the world-renowned Staples Center. The Dodgers and the Angels represent America’s favorite pastime, or you can pick sides in the NFL rivalry between the Chargers and the Rams. If soccer is more your speed, there’s MLS’ most successful team, LA Galaxy. With 11 professional sports teams (two for each sport minus WNBA), it’s a fan’s dream. College-sports fans will have 10 NCAA Division I programs to choose from, including the dominant UCLA Bruins and USC Trojans.

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