Los Angeles Tourism

LATCB’s featured member for December is the Forum in Inglewood, one of rock music’s most storied venues, where Led Zeppelin, Elvis Presley and the Rolling Stones are just a few of the giants that have performed.

October 2013 Lodging Metrics


Los Angeles Tourism

Los Angeles ranked 5th place among the Top 25 Markets with an Occupancy rate of 78.4%, up +1.1% compared to the same period last year (77.6%).

Hidden Gems in Beverly Hills


Esther Tseng

Originally a Spanish ranch that grew lima beans, Beverly Hills is now one of the most famous neighborhoods in Los Angeles, recognized for Rodeo Drive, its high-value real estate, and multiple references in film and television. Investors came looking for oil but found water instead, making it a prime location to build a town. Beverly Hills was incorporated in 1914, named after Beverly Farms in Massachusetts and the hills in the immediate area. The city’s glamour and appeal to Golden Age Hollywood movie stars were established when Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford bought land to build Pickfair, their legendary 56-acre estate. Explore the hidden gems of Beverly Hills and you’ll soon become an expert on an LA neighborhood that’s known around the world as the epitome of luxury and style.

My LA to Z: Steve Aoki


Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Jenna Maxfield

The Grammy-nominated producer and founder of Dim Mak Records says his "heart is LA." Here, he tells us where to score classic vinyl, "legendary" juices and the best sushi on the planet.