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Adventurer All Suite Complimentary amenities include airport transportation and a Continental breakfast with freshly baked muffins. Suites at this stay offer separate living areas, refrigerators, and TVs with premium cable. Room from approximately $30

Hollywood Stars Inn
Remodeled in 1954, Hollywood Stars Inn is located in the heart of Hollywood - the movie capital of the world. It is just minutes from the Walk of Fame, Manns Chinese Theater, Greek theatre, Wax Museum, Magic Castle, Universal Studios City Walk, Farmers Market. From US$ 49.50

Banana Bungalow West Hollywood This convivial hostel puts the 'mod' in modern. The bold retro decor and its location near LA's epicenter of youthful ‘hipness’ make it a standout. All rooms have a private bathroom; some of the good-sized private rooms even have balconies. Carpeted, co-ed dorms accommodate six in full-size beds and have lockers, while decent private rooms come with TV. From $22 onwards.

Venice Beach Cotel is a hostel with good standards. The Venice Beach Cotel is a cool haven for the international traveler in the heart of Venice Beach, California. For affordable hostels in the LA area, the choice for a Venice Beach hostel is clear cheap accommodation. Shared rooms from $22 per person per night.


Econo Lodge This place is built around a sunny and neatly groomed inner courtyard that insulates all rooms, ensuring guests a quiet comfortable night's sleep. The Econo Lodge offers the budget conscious traveler a clean and spacious place to stay, with the reliable and friendly customer service that you have come to depend on with the Econo Lodge brand. From $88 onwards.

Indigo Courtyard Inn and Suites Centrally located in the San Gabriel Valley, just east of LA, the Indigo Courtyard Inn and Suites in West Covina California offers a comfortable haven close to major regional shopping centers and popular recreational destinations. From $73

Sea Shore Motel Just two short blocks from Santa Monica's beach, Sea Shore Motel is located on historic Main Street, along with some of the city's best restaurants, funky coffee houses, retail stores and boutiques, art galleries, and exciting local museums! From $105 onwards

Sheraton Gateway Its stunning combo of designer-savvy decor and intimate, boutique-style service, despite a hulking shell is anything but ordinary. There's eye candy everywhere, from the patterned red-leather armchairs to zebra-striped sofas. Rooms feature ebony-colored furniture and bed coverings with pinstripes like those on a fine suit. From $84 onwards

Best Western Hollywood Hills Colorful retro touches, plenty of elbow room, a sparkling tiled pool and wi-fi internet access put this always-busy chain motel a few comfortable steps above the budget-minded norm. For more space and quiet, get a room in the back. From $132 onwards


Shutters on the Beach
Set right on the sand, this gray-shingle inn has become synonymous with in-town escapism. Guest rooms have those namesake shutter doors, pillow-top mattresses, and white built-in cabinets filled with art books and curios. Bathrooms are luxurious, each with a whirlpool tub, a raft of bath goodies, and a three-nozzle, glass-walled shower. While the it's service gets mixed reviews from some readers, the beachfront location and showhouse decor make this one of the most popular luxury stays.

The Beverly Hills is a luxury, five-star rated, located on Sunset Boulevard in the center of Beverly Hills and surrounded by 12 acres of lush, tropical gardens, exotic flowers, and private walkways.  Providing privacy and tranquility in a truly residential setting, The Beverly Hills is within easy access to the business and entertainment centers of LA, Century City, Rodeo Drive, and many of the Hollywood studios. It is just a 35-minute drive from LA International Airport.

Peninsula Beverly Hills 
The refined air begins the moment you enter the marbled lobby and continues through the gardenlike grounds. Special features in the large, lavish, European-styled guest rooms include controls for everything -- lighting, climate, DO NOT DISTURB sign -- as well as the luxurious Frette-made bed, an extra-large work desk, an oversize marble bathroom with soaking tub and separate shower

The Bel-Air is discretion itself; the service is impeccable, and the 52 rooms and 39 suites occupy sun-dappled Mediterranean courtyards on 12 acres of gorgeous landscaping in one of the priciest residential neighborhoods in all LA. Expect plush decor in an English country style. Some rooms have fireplaces and Saltillo patios. The restaurant is a popular meeting place for power brokers and famous faces. This is where you go for a breath of serenity and anonymity—with star treatment—but it's remote.

Chateau Marmont Although it sits at the eastern end of the Sunset Strip, it is set so high up from the road and surrounded by such dense vegetation that it feels like a secret oasis. You never know who you'll spy sitting in the garden or lounging in a chair amid the Gothic arches of the colonnade. The 50 rooms and suites, four cottages, and nine bungalows are all unique. Suites in the main building have dressing rooms, kitchens, and dining areas; a few have working fireplaces. The decor is a mix of eras: Stickley coffee tables and Deco headboards share space with wicker chairs and Oriental rugs.

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