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The Best Restaurants at Los Angeles Hotels

07/11/2016

Brad Japhe

Los Angeles welcomes upwards of 45 million visitors annually. It takes a massive amount of guest rooms to accommodate this staggering volume. But it’s not just about quantity - when it comes to quality, L.A. boasts some of the world’s premier hotels. And competition amongst them is fierce. Stunning surroundings and elevated hospitality are two common ways in which a property earns its status. Yet these characteristics should be a given. To distinguish themselves further, hotels across the city are increasingly relying on cutting-edge cuisine. You need not be a tourist to enjoy meals at the following hotel restaurants, the best in Los Angeles. In fact, if you’re a native Angeleno and you haven't been to these places, you may be letting the out-of-towners enjoy a better taste of your own city!

Tropicana Pool at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel

The Guide to Staying Cool in Los Angeles

06/15/2016

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Global Wellness Day at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills Celebrates Global Wellness Day

06/07/2016

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This year, Global Wellness Day will be celebrated in 100 countries from sunrise in New Zealand until sunset in Hawaii. Founded five years ago by Belgin Aksoy from Istanbul, this is a special day that reminds the entire world of the importance of living well, encompassing everything from exercise and beauty treatments, spiritual teachings and ways of thinking, to the harmony between body and spirit. This is a social movement without any commercial purpose, celebrated around the world on the second Saturday of June every year. Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has partnered with Global Wellness Day to highlight the company’s wide-ranging wellness initiatives and outstanding spas within the portfolio.

Ritz Kids at The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey

The Guide to Family Friendly Hotels in Los Angeles

05/06/2016

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Hotels across Los Angeles welcome families and kids with open arms. They're happy to see you, anticipate your every need, and know just the thing to make your vacation memorable. Read on for hotels in L.A. that go the distance for you and your family.

Farmer's Daughter Hotel

Car-Free Hotel Packages and Amenities in Los Angeles

05/05/2016

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Leave your car keys at home. As a metropolis known throughout the world for its cars and freeways, Los Angeles has hotels that offer overnight packages and amenities that allow guests to explore the city’s neighborhoods on either public transportation or bike, just in time for the spring and summer. Experience without a car a city blessed with some of the best weather anywhere. 

The Galleria at Millennium Biltmore Hotel

Go On Location: Famous Scenes Filmed at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles

02/08/2016

Lindsay Blake

The Millennium Biltmore Hotel is flanked by West 5th Street to the north, South Olive Street to the east, South Grand Avenue to the west and the PacMutual complex to the south. The majestic arched entrance located on the Olive Street side, which initially served as the hotel’s main entry, boasts Renaissance Revival design elements, towering columns, ornate relief carvings, and tall glass doors with wrought iron detailing. Just outside these doors, Allen Bauer (Tom Hanks) learns that his new girlfriend, Madison (Daryl Hannah) is a mermaid when mad scientist Walter Kornbluth (Eugene Levy) dramatically sprays her with water in the 1984 comedy Splash. 1984 proved to be a very popular time for the Olive Street entrance. That same year, Hanks shot another scene for a different film in the exact same spot. It’s there that his character, the newly-engaged Rick Gassko, valet-parks his school bus at the beginning of the raunchfest Bachelor Party. And in Beverly Hills Cop, which also premiered in 1984, Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy) humorously orders room service delivered to Det. Billy Rosewood (Judge Reinhold) and Sgt. Taggart (John Ashton), who are parked directly across the street from the Olive Street entrance, in front of Pershing Square.

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