A Luxury Hotel Near the Beverly Center
Things to Do in West Hollywood
Élan Hotel is located on Beverly Boulevard, in the heart of West
Hollywood, walking distance to Beverly Center, Restaurant Row, minutes
away from Beverly Hills, Melrose Place and Sunset Boulevard and in the
middle of the top things to do in West Hollywood, CA. Review our list
below to see what you can expect nearby our hotel near Beverly
L.E. Hotels Top 10 Things to do in West Hollywood
The Beverly Center & Pacific Design Center
As Southern California's premier trendsetting marketplace, Beverly
Center features 160 distinctive specialty boutiques and restaurants
reflecting the diverse styles and tastes of Los Angeles. Located at the
edge of Beverly Hills and Hollywood between La Cienega and San Vicente
Boulevards, Beverly Center is anchored by Macy's, Bloomingdale's,
Macy's Men's Store, a 13-screen movie theater and California's only
Grand Lux Cafe. The Rooftop Terrace showcases panoramic views
stretching from downtown Los Angeles to the legendary Hollywood sign
and is available for private parties.
8500 Beverly Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90048
Pacific Design Center
Pacific Design Center is the west coast's leading resource for fine
traditional and contemporary contract and residential furniture and
design needs. With more than 130 showrooms and 2,100 interior product
lines, the PDC is celebrating its thirtieth year of service to design
professionals as the premier shopping destination of Southern
California and around the world.
Showcasing a 1.2 million square foot campus on 14 acres, the PDC
also serves the needs of the design, entertainment and arts communities
featuring an outpost of The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA); two
Wolfgang Puck restaurants; the SilverScreen Theater, and the Blue
Pacific Design Center is located in the heart of West Hollywood, at
the corner of Melrose Avenue and San Vicente Boulevard. Hours of
operation are Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
The Getty Museum
The Getty Center presents the Getty's collection of Western art from
the Middle Ages to the present against a backdrop of dramatic
architecture, tranquil gardens, and breathtaking views.
Located at 1200 Getty Center Drive
Los Angeles, California 90049
What to See:
European paintings, drawings, manuscripts, sculpture and decorative
arts, and European and American photographs.
A selection from the special collections of the Research Library at
the Getty Research Institute.
Beverly Hills/Rodeo Drive
Rodeo Drive is probably the single most famous, most prestigious
shopping street on the planet, and it anchors a larger shopping
district that is absolutely without equal.
As you stroll Rodeo, you'll recognize the name of every single
store...Prada, Escada, Gucci, Valentino, Armani, Versace, Dior,
Cartier, Tiffany. Rodeo is a living theater of fashion, art and an
endless parade of fascinating people from everywhere.
The West Hollywood restaurant scene continues to attract the
heavy-hitters such as Robert De Niro, owner of Ago on Melrose and
celebrity-studded parties like the Vanity Fair Oscar Party that takes
place every year at Mortons Restaurant. In West Hollywood, youll find a
blend of international and continental cuisine often inspired by the
laid back, yet cutting-edge attitude of California. Whether day or
night, dining is a see and be seen activity, with tastes ranging from
Mexican to Japanese, organic to California, Steakhouse to Cuban fusion.
CBS Studios, Kodak Theater & Paramount Pictures
Experience Hollywood Visit CBS Studios for various TV show, And the
Kodak Theatre is the crown jewel of the Hollywood & Highland Center
retail, dining and entertainment complex located in the heart of
historic Hollywood. Kodak is first permanent home of the Academy
Awards. Lastly, Paramount is the only major studio still located in
Hollywood, which makes the 2-hour walking tour around its Hollywood
The Grove, (a shopping, dining and theater extravaganza) was
developed by Caruso Affiliated, and is Los Angeles coolest hot spot,
with scores of celebrities per square foot. A well-established icon in
the L.A. vocabulary, The Grove drew more than 18 million visitors last
Hollywood is the "land of stars" to its visitors, visit celebrity
homes, landmarks, grave sites and famous film locations. Visit
Hollywood Blvd with the Walk of Fame growing past 18 blocks long and
includes Grauman's Chinese Theatre where you can match your handprints
to the top 200 starts.. a must visit to see as you are in the movie
capital of the world!
Universal Studios Hollywood, get into blockbuster thrills. Go
behind-the-scenes and on the sets where movies are made.
Then cast yourself in the thrilling rides, shows and attractions
that bring movie action to life.
- Enter the World of Real Moviemaking
- Face Blockbuster Thrills and Rides!
- Swing into Family Fun!
Visit Disneyland® Park, Where Dreams Come True. Meet the famous and
lovable Disney Characters: Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy. Explore
the many different themed lands: Adventureland, Fantasyland,
Frontierland, New Orleans Square, Critter Country, Mickeys Toontown,
Main Street U.S.A. and blast off in Tomorrowland. You will pilot your
own space craft with the Astro Orbiter and rocket through a re-designed
Space Mountain. An Adventureland, become a buccaneer in Pirates of the
Caribbean. Ride through the Temple of the Forbidden Eye in the Indiana