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Herb roasted turkey for Thanksgiving at Scarpetta Los Angeles

Celebrate Thanksgiving at These Los Angeles Hotels


Discover Los Angeles

Whether you're visiting Los Angeles or just want someone else to take care of everything on Thanksgiving Day, hotels offer some of the best Thanksgiving dining options in the city. From traditional holiday dinners to lavish buffets and international menus, read on for some of the best Thanksgiving Day celebrations at L.A. hotels on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015.

Hotel Normandie lobby

Hotel Normandie: The Story of an L.A. Icon


Sandi Hemmerlein

Situated only three miles in each direction from Downtown L.A. and the Miracle Mile, Koreatown has become a historic, cultural and entertainment destination, marked by the revival of architectural icons like the Hotel Normandie

BonaVista Lounge at The Westin Bonaventure

Fantastic Features of Los Angeles Hotels: Part One


Sarah Dandashy

Travelers and locals alike are lucky that Los Angeles is home to incredible hotels across the city. Whether they are sleek and modern in design or historic properties with Golden Age Hollywood glamour, we have hotels to fit every need. Of course, in a city that is sunny and perfect throughout the year, hotel pools are a top feature. The fun doesn’t stop at the hotel pool. The following guide lists some of the “Fantastic Features” of Los Angeles hotels that you’ll want to visit when planning your next daycation, staycation or vacation!

Gallery Bar and Cognac Room at the Millennium Biltmore

Top 10 Hotel Bars in Los Angeles


Gabrielle Olya

Some of the best bars in Los Angeles are located at the city’s top hotels. Whether you want to experience a Los Angeles classic, enjoy an incredible view while you sip your drink, or check out a trendy new spot, you can often do so without leaving your accommodations. These 10 bars prove that in L.A., hotels are not just for sleeping.

The Galleria at Millennium Biltmore

The Millennium Biltmore Hotel: The Story of an L.A. Icon


Kimberly Truhler

At a time when this area was still evolving and finding its identity, the arrival of the opulent Millennium Biltmore Hotel in 1923 was a "statement to the rest of the world that Los Angeles had arrived as an American metropolis." Its impact was undeniable and its grandeur would become an integral part of the history of our city.