Los Angeles Convention Center | 2 Blocks
The LACC is one of the largest convention centers in the United States with over 720,000 sq ft of exhibition space, 147,000 sq ft of meeting space, 1,960,000 sq ft of parking, and a 299 seat theater. South Hall (Tom Bradley) Exhibit Hall, 347,000 square feet) Kentia Hall (beneath South Exhibit Hall, can be converted into a 415-car parking garage) West Hall (Sam Yorty (Mayor) Exhibit Hall, 210,000 square feet) Neil Petree Hall Concourse (two-story meeting room bridging over Pico Boulevard) 3 food courts On-site parking for 5,600 vehicles including electrical charge stations
LA Live | 1 Blocks
The Most Entertaining Place on the Planet. LA Live is an entertainment complex in downtown LA, adjacent to the Staples Center and LA Convention Center. LA Live has 5,600,000 square feet of ballrooms, bars, concert theatres, restaurants, movie theaters, and a 54-story hotel and condominium tower on a 27-acre site. Microsoft Theater (previously the Nokia Theatre) is a music and theatre venue seating 7,100, while The Novo (previous Club Nokia) is an intimate venue with a seating capacity of 2,300 for live music and cultural events. The theatre has hosted the ESPY Awards, the American Music Awards and the Grammys. With over 20 restaurants at L.A. LIVE, there’s no reason you should go hungry. Indulge in a delicious and unique meal at one of L.A. LIVE’s most diverse offerings. Stop by after the game or the show and treat yourself!
Staples Center | 1 Block
Home to the World Champion Lakers, Clippers, Kings and Sparks pro sports franchises, the Staples Center is the only arena in the country which is home to four professional sports teams. Situated in the heart of LA Live, and with over 250 major events per year the Staples Center draws millions of visitors per year into downtown LA for games, concerts, awards shows and other special events.
The University of Southern California is one of the world’s leading private research universities. USC is an anchor institution in Los Angeles, a global center for arts, technology, international business and a major force in the world of college sports.
Museum of Contemporary Art - MOCA | 1 Mile
The preeminent collection of modern art in LA, Architect Arata Isozaki designed MOCA Grand Avenue in 1986 with classical architecture and Los Angeles popular culture in mind. Today this location hosts the museum's main galleries, Lemonade café, the flagship location of the MOCA Store, and staff offices.
Dodger Stadium | 1 Mile
Dodger Stadium has been the home of unique and special moments, Hall of Famers and World Champions. From no-hitters to Nomo-mania, Most Valuable Players and Cy Young Award winners to World Series victories, Dodger Stadium has a rich history that places it among the truly great venues in sports history. With musical extravaganzas that have included rock, pop and opera royalty, a papal visit and unique events. Dodger Stadium is also among the great entertainment destinations in the country. It is the third oldest continually used park in Major League Baseball and stands as one of the most unique and picturesque settings in sports, carved as it is into the hillside of Chavez Ravine overlooking downtown LA to the south and the San Gabriel mountains to the north. Through the years, Dodger Stadium has seen legendary moments, such as Sandy Koufax's perfect game in 1965, the rise of Fernandomania in 1981, Kirk Gibson's walk-off home run in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series (one of 20 World Series games), the 1980 All-Star Game, the 1984 Olympic Games baseball competition, the 2009 World Baseball Classic Final and events such as a Mass conducted by Pope John Paul II and concerts by the biggest names in the business like The Beatles, Michael Jackson and U2. One of the true cathedrals of baseball, Dodger Stadium has hosted more than 147 million fans since it opened its doors in 1962. The club topped the 3.85 million mark in 2007, which stands as the all-time franchise record.
LA Rams - USC Coliseum | 1 Miles
For the next two years, the LA Rams will be playing all home games in the USC Coliseum, less than a mile for our hotel.
Broad Museum | 1 Miles
The Broad is a new contemporary art museum founded by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad on Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles. The museum is designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Gensler and offers free general admission. The museum is home to the 2,000 works of art in the Broad collection, which is among the most prominent holdings of postwar and contemporary art worldwide. With its innovative “veil-and-vault” concept, the 120,000-square-foot, $140-million building features two floors of gallery space to showcase
SkySpace | 6 Blocks
The newest addition to downtown, OUE Skyspace LA will be California’s tallest open-air observation deck and the premiere destination for panoramic, 360-degree views of Los Angeles. From nearly 1,000 feet above the city in the iconic U.S. Bank Tower, OUE Skyspace LA will honor the culture, community and people that make Los Angeles unlike any other city in the world. Take a glass slide around the exterior of the building from the 71st floor and gain a truly unique perspective on DTLA.
Walt Disney Concert Hall | 1 Miles
Designed by architect Frank Gehry, Walt Disney Concert Hall is an internationally recognized not only as an iconic architectural landmark but also as one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world. From the stainless steel curves of its striking exterior to the state-of-the-art acoustics of the hardwood-paneled main auditorium, the 3.6-acre complex embodies the unique energy and creative spirit of the city of Los Angeles and its orchestra. Thanks to the vision and generosity of Lillian Disney, the Disney family, and many other individual and corporate donors, Los Angeles enjoys the music of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Master Chorale and visiting artists and orchestras from around the world.
Universal Studios | 10 Miles
The ultimate Hollywood experience. Find a full day of action-packed entertainment all in one place: thrilling Theme Park rides and shows, a real working movie studio, shops, restaurants and cinemas at CityWalk. Universal Studios Hollywood is a unique experience that’s fun for the whole family. Explore where Hollywood movies are made on the legendary Studio Tour. Come face to face with King Kong 360 3-D created by Peter Jackson. It’s the world’s largest, most intense 3-D experience. See top celebrities interviewed in person! Universal Studios Hollywood is the home of EXTRA, a leading entertainment-news television show Studio Tour: Go behind the scenes on a real working movie studio Fast & Furious: Hold on tight for the Studio Tour’s grand finale, Fast & Furious Supercharged! Transformers : Prepare for the greatest battle you’ll ever ride on Transformers: The Ride-3D The Wizarding World of Harry Potter! Explore the mysteries of Hogwarts™ castle, visit the shops of Hogsmeade™ and sample fare from some of the wizarding world’s best-known establishments. Plus, experience pulse-pounding rides and attractions that transport you into a world of magical thrills and excitement. Enter the post-apocalyptic world of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” in an all-new year-round attraction. Enter the world of The Simpsons™ like never before and visit downtown Springfield. Enjoy a “Genuine Clown-Endorsed Meal” at Krusty Burger, grab a Homer-sized helping of donuts at Lard Lad, imbibe at Moe’s Tavern or the first Duff Beer Gardens, and crash through Krustyland on The Simpsons Ride™. Join the Minions on Despicable Me Minion Mayhem Experience a tidal wave of explosive action at WaterWorld® – Universal Studios’ #1 rated show.
LACMA - LA County Museum of Art | 7 Miles
Since its inception in 1965, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has been devoted to collecting works of art that span both history and geography, in addition to representing Los Angeles's uniquely diverse population. Today LACMA is the largest art museum in the western United States, with a collection that includes nearly 130,000 objects dating from antiquity to the present, encompassing the geographic world and nearly the entire history of art. Among the museum’s strengths are its holdings of Asian art, Latin American art, ranging from pre-Columbian masterpieces to works by leading modern and contemporary artists; and Islamic art, of which LACMA hosts one of the most significant collections in the world. A museum of international stature as well as a vital part of Southern California, LACMA shares its vast collections through exhibitions, public programs, and research facilities that attract over a million visitors annually, in addition to serving millions through digital initiatives, such as online collections, scholarly catalogues, and interactive engagement at lacma.org. Situated in Hancock Park on over 20 acres in the heart of Los Angeles, LACMA is located between the ocean and downtown.
Petersen Auto Museum | 7 Miles
The Petersen is considered the preeminent car museum in the country. With its recent $150 million renovation it's iconic eye-catching design makes it a must see on Museum Row on LA's Miracle Mile. One unique feature that separates the Petersen Automotive Museum from other automotive museums is the constantly rotating exhibit spaces. To keep The Museum fresh, relevant, and to keep visitors coming back, it was decided from the beginning not to display the entire Museum Collection at once. In the 100,000+ square feet that comprise The Petersen Automotive Museum, only about 150 vehicles are on display at any one time. The other half of the 300+ vehicle collection is in the museum's vault.
Getty Museum | 15 Miles
This free museum sits on a hilltop overlooking a broad sweep of Los Angeles. It houses J.P. Getty's collection of European and American art from the Middle Ages to the present against a backdrop of dramatic architecture, tranquil gardens, and breathtaking views from downtown L.A. to the sea. Also includes a Research Library (open to visitors), a restaurant, and two casual cafes. Free tours daily, and a year-round roster of art exhibitions.
Little Tokyo | 2 Miles
Established 130 years ago, Little Tokyo remains as one of the few Japantowns in North America. Cultural attractions abound, such as the Japanese American National Museum, the Geffen Contemporary and the "Go for Broke" monument, which honors Japanese Americans that served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Shop for souvenirs and vintage fashion, then dine on sushi, ramen, Hawaiian or street food. Enjoy the best noodle joints in the city, jazz and karaoke in one of the late-night bars.
ChinaTown | 2 Miles
Chinatown is a unique mix of tradition and revitalization, resulting in one of L.A.'s most exciting neighborhoods. The landmark district has dining and shopping options both old and new, all set against a historic backdrop. Visit the Taoist temple, the Wishing Well, the "Chinese Celestial Dragon" mural and statues of Bruce Lee and Sun Yat-sen. Browse the eclectic art galleries of Chung King Road. At night, enjoy craft cocktails at General Lee's and dancing at the famed Grand Star Jazz Club.
Hollywood | 7 Miles
For millions of visitors, Hollywood is an essential part of the Los Angeles experience. Things to do in Hollywood include must-see shows and attractions, celebrity-frequented restaurants, and world class hotels. Experience Tinseltown glamour at TCL Chinese Theatre or the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which has honored celebrities for over 50 years. The state-of-the-art Dolby Theatre is home to the Academy Awards. Universal Studios Hollywood is a world famous theme park that includes the mind-blowing “Transformers: The Ride 3-D.” Other things to do in Hollywood include the shops and restaurants at Hollywood & Highland Center, or the delicious multicultural cuisines of nearby Thai Town and Little Armenia. Search for the best Hollywood hotels and start discovering the entertainment capital of the world.
Venice Beach | 16 Miles
Venice Beach offers some of the best people watching in Los Angeles, with street performers, artists and beach goers from all walks of life and around the world. Admire the street art and commissioned murals, then stroll Abbot Kinney, the 'coolest block in America.' Watch Gold's Gym bodybuilders flex, Muscle Beach acrobats fly and buy unique finds from street vendors. Don't miss the historic Venice Canals, a tranquil hidden gem.
Santa Monica | 15 Miles
Named one of the Top 10 Beach Cities in the World by National Geographic, Santa Monica is one of L.A.’s most popular destinations for domestic and international visitors alike. The iconic Santa Monica Pier is a must-see, featuring an amusement park, historic carousel and numerous dining options. Shopping ranges from the sleek outdoor Santa Monica Place to quaint boutiques along Main Street. Nightlife includes a variety of pubs, craft cocktail bars and live music venues.