Once a wellness destination in the 1900’s for the dry heat and lavish resorts, then a Hollywood escape in the 1950’s,…
West Hollywood provides great access to all Los Angeles has to offer including great restaurants, nightlife, shopping, hiking, and tourist attractions.
When you are in San Francisco, here are some must-try places you should stop by while enjoying what SF has to offer!
We can’t think of a better place in America to be for July 4 but Malibu. Like the Hamptons of the west coast without the New York prep and glitz, plan to leave early for the BU before traffic ensues on the PCH (Pacific Coast Highway).
The Beverly Hilton is a perfect blend of the excitement of Hollywood coupled with the exclusivity and prestige of Beverly Hills. Opened in 1955 by the famed hotelier Conrad Hilton, the hotel is nestled in a location both instantly convenient and iconic at the crossroads of the Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards.
Los Angeles has always been a haven where the rest of the country looks to for fresh and new. This creative city is constantly in motion with hip and happening new hotspots.
El Camino Real, aka the Royal Road, is the historic 600 mile road that begins in Loreto and connects Baja California to San Francisco connecting 21 missions, 4 presidios and 3 pueblos and served as Kerouac’s inspiration for On the Road.
Located on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood with commanding views of Los Angeles is the Sunset Tower Hotel, celebrating the tenth anniversary and is one of the hottest places to stay, see and be seen.
Live the glamorous Los Angeles lifestyle at the sleek and stylish Andaz West Hollywood. Set on the iconic Sunset Blvd, the stunning rooms are decked with chic comforts such as velvet chaise lounges facing floor to ceiling windows that overlook the twinkling lights of Hollywood and the Sunset Strip.
The beauty found at Lynmar Estate is unlike any other that can be found in the wine country of California. After traveling the globe, Lynn Fritz and his wife, Anisya, found their home in Sonoma.