hotel in LA

Old Apr 26th, 2003, 03:01 PM
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hotel in LA

Visiting LA with wife and three children. Looking for the "best" location. Any thought? Bevery Hills/Sunset Strip/Hollywood/Century City? Also, any suggestions on specific hotels? Thanks.
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Old Apr 26th, 2003, 04:04 PM
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We stayed at the Beverly Garland, Holiday Inn last year and enjoyed it. It is sorta "in the middle of things" and offers a shuttle to most sights, oitherwise we took a taxi rather than struggle with parking and traffic.

Nice restruant with an outdoor area that we ate 3 out of 5 nites. Nice pool, pleasant staff. We'd stay there again.

http://www.beverlygarland.com/
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Old Apr 26th, 2003, 09:26 PM
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I like the Rodeo Drive area.

Try :in the heart of Rodeo Drive and Beverly Hills

the Regent Beverly Wiltshire
9500 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90212-2405
Phone: (310) 275-5200

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Old Apr 26th, 2003, 09:58 PM
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What's your budget?
With no specifications, I'll heartily recommend the Peninsula, Regent Beverly Wilshire and Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. Great locations, best hotels in the area.
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I too ask about the budget. The great hotels mentioned above are great. I usually stay at Summerfield Suites in West Hollywood, within a couple blocks of La Cienega, Sunset Blvd. (the active part), and Santa Monica Blvd. It is especially nice rooms (all mini suites) with a rooftop pool, nice buffet breakfast included, and self-parking in the under-building gated garage. It varies in price, but usually under $ 150 a night.
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I stayed at the Wyndham Bel Age in West Hollywood for two nights and was very impressed. It also has a lovely pool on the roof.
The concierge was able to get us reservations for the Warner Brothers Studio tour even though the studio's web site stated reservations were no longer taken.
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Hi Patrick... I just checked the Summerfield rates for my next trip to La and saw that it is 89.00 night. I usually stay in hotels that have a higher rating... is this in a safe part of WH? Any additional information would be appreciated.
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There really aren't any "unsafe" areas in West Hollywood. It's a lovely area of Los Angeles and you will be fine staying there.
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