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Los Angeles
A conglomeration of about 80 cities and never-ending suburbs woven into one huge metropolis, Los Angeles covers the full gamut of experiences, from bronzed bikini-clad bodies on beautiful beaches to the dark denizens of Chinatown. The chief attractions for those who holiday in Los Angeles, California’s “City of Angels”, are the movie lots ofmore
I love L.A.! - just2much2touch. Date of travel: Oct 2010
Many great museums and restaurants. The beaches are beautiful and a lot of fun. You have to take a hike up through Griffith Park; also, find the time to visit the Observatory there,
Bel Air - Mike & Sandra Lyford. Date of travel: Sep 2008
If you are going to Bel Air be prepared to spend a day in a timeshare talk where they will try to get you to invest in construction. We were invited out there by a company called Carpe Diem - who apparently no longer exist - neither does the money we invested in them - but when we got to the resort it was another company there! The resort is very tired looking - the jacuzzi wasn't working the whole time we were there - the pool wasn't clean as it had a grease slick on the top, the rooms hadn't had any maintenance done to them since we last visited and the sheets were worn - in fact mine had a hole in it - the two good points of the resort was Florence on reception and the maid service which was excellent.
LA - Chad. Date of travel: Jan 2008
LA's got a rough reputation, but I dig it. One is, the beaches are nice, not as nice as San Diego, but nice. The climate too. The people...well it's a city so huge that whatever people you want to find you'll find. Venice Beach is my favorite. An eccentric strip with body builders pumping iron, people rolling around on all sorts of wheels with all sorts of clothes, shops with the same strangeness, drum circles on the beach on Tuedays. West LA is fun too. UCLA is there. Good food and music. Oh, and the stand-up comedy in LA is top notch. Unlike any I've seen around the world. Even the amatuers are hilarious. As far a the notorious South Central LA, I recommend the Watts Towers. Towers erected in the middle of the slums, made out of random items. The story behind it was inspiring, but I don't remember it.
Never Use Prime Time Shuttle - Tamara Sanderson. Date of travel: Feb 2006
Even though I paid and had a reservation, Prime Time Shuttle left my family and me stranded at LAX. When we were sitting on the shuttle stop at LAX, several Prime Time Shuttles stopped but said they were not our ride. I called them and gave them my reservation number which they had, but told me there were no vans available. I was in shock and tried to reason with him and he hung up on me. I called back and pleaded for him to at least help us get another ride and that I was traveling with my young daughter. He hung up. No Service, No Help Of Any Kind and After Midnight. After two hours I was able to find another shuttle. I ended up paying for the ride with Prime Time Shuttle AND $100 for the ride we actually took (to Orange County).
L.A. is a great place to visit. - FrankHarris. Date of travel: Jan 1970
I loved the beaches and the museums in L.A.
 
Hotels in Los Angeles User Rating
5-Star Hotels
Reg. Beverly Wilshire | * * * * * |
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4-Star Hotels
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Millenium Biltmore Hotel | * * * * * |
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3-Star Hotels
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Kawada Hotel | * * * * * |
Luxe Summit Bel Air | * * * * * |
Marriott | * * * * * |
Marriott Los Angeles Airport | * * * * * |
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2-Star Hotels
Mayfair Hotel | * * * * * |
Furama Airport | * * * * * |
Hollywood Metropolitan | * * * * * |
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Roosevelt Hotel Hollywood | * * * * * |
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