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Accommodations in Los Angeles

1,101

Accommodations Prices From

AU$108

Accommodations Reviews

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144,618

Travel high season

Sep - Nov

Travel low season

Mar - May

High season avg price

AU$337

Low season avg price

AU$320
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Season
Avg. price/night
Avg. temperature
Avg. precipitation
Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
$389
$300$511
Avg. temperature
14ºC
COLDEST
3ºC39ºC
Avg. precipitation
70mm
WETTEST
0 mm78 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
$389
$300$511
Avg. temperature
18ºC
3ºC39ºC
Avg. precipitation
29mm
0 mm78 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
$384
LOWEST
$300$511
Avg. temperature
23ºC
WARMEST
3ºC39ºC
Avg. precipitation
1mm
DRIEST
0 mm78 mm
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
$402
HIGHEST
$300$511
Avg. temperature
21ºC
3ºC39ºC
Avg. precipitation
12mm
0 mm78 mm
Price trend information excludes taxes and fees and is based on base rates for a nightly stay for 2 adults found in the last 7 days on our site and averaged for commonly viewed hotels in Los Angeles. Select dates and complete search for nightly totals inclusive of taxes and fees.

Hotels in popular neighbourhoods

  • Central L.A
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  • Santa Monica
    Santa Monica is a coastal town that maintains a balance as a tourist destination and as an area with a thriving local culture. On the beach, bikers, roller-bladers, runners and walkers move along the famed bike path enjoying the beautiful Los Angeles weather. The solar-powered Ferris wheel at the Santa Monica pier spins high above the water, while park revelers scream with delight riding the roller coaster. Inland from the beach, Third Street Promenade bustles with shoppers and street performers, where every block seems to have a musical or acrobatic act drawing crowds giving Santa Monica both the feeling of a laid-back beach town and a major commercial hub.
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  • Downtown
    Downtown Los Angeles is a busy metropolis of towering buildings, bustling streets, and industrial warehouses. There is a distinct multiplicity of cultures here with a growing influx of business professionals and hipsters. Many call the evolution of Downtown over recent years gentrification. New lofts, bars, hotels and restaurants are popping up regularly. Downtown is home to some of the very best restaurants in the city leading the LA foodie scene, plus it is the location of cultural and sports venues including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Staples Center, and the Coliseum at the University of Southern California.
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  • Venice
    Venice has always danced to its own beat as the epicenter of bohemian culture in Los Angeles. Along the boardwalk there are street performers and local craftsmen selling their wares. Original paintings, souvenirs, and jewelry are on display. Crowds of visitors marvel at the sites while weightlifting enthusiasts pump iron in plain view, and skateboarders do their tricks around the skate park. All of it happens under the warm California sun with sprawling views of sand and sea. Heading east, the main drags of Abbot Kinney Boulevard and Main Street are lined with boutique shops, some major retail stores, art galleries and restaurants. Here the ambiance is more relaxed and upscale than the frenetic boardwalk area. Venice is a mostly walkable (and certainly bikeable) neighborhood, full of areas to explore.
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  • Beverly Hills
    Beverly Hills began as a modest village years ago and today you can still feel its small town origins, even though it has become a major tourist attraction and business center for the entertainment industry. This town lives up to its reputation as an area full of designer retail stores and residential streets lined with mansions and palm trees. Inside the commercial center of Beverly Hills, along Rodeo Drive, droves of tourists peak into ultra-luxurious boutiques hoping to catch a glimpse of someone famous. Off of Rodeo Drive however is where some of the most affluent Angelenos occupying the streets of Beverly Hills come for leisurely meals, power lunches and beauty treatments.
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  • West Hollywood
    For years, West Hollywood has been known as a hub for the LGBT communities in Los Angeles. Today it still maintains the title, but has also become the “it” neighborhood for the entertainment industry’s up-and-comers. Producers, directors, writers and aspiring actors call this area home. Known for great boutique shopping, vintage clothing stores, home décor shops and fitness studios, West Hollywood is a grid of wide boulevards and narrow residential streets. The neighborhood also has a concentration of the most avant-garde restaurants in Los Angeles (rivaled only by the burgeoning restaurant scene Downtown). A trip to the iconic Sunset Strip, with its many clubs, music venues, hotels and flashing lights won’t be forgotten.
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  • Wilshire
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Hotels near the sights

  • Universal Studios Hollywood
    Get ready for 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, and Los Angeles’ best shops, restaurants and cinemas at CityWalk. Universal Studios Hollywood is a unique experience that’s fun for the whole family. Explore Universal Studios backlot on the legendary Studio Tour. Then face the action head on in heart-pounding rides, shows and attractions that put you inside some of the world’s biggest movies. End your day with the energy and excitement of Universal CityWalk. All this and much more. Only at Universal Studios Hollywood, The Entertainment Capital of L.A.
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  • Griffith Observatory
    A public observatory in Los Angeles, Griffith Observatory has been featured in many movies, from 'Rebel Without a Cause' to 'La La Land'. Nestled on Mount Hollywood, Griffith Observatory boasts some of the best views of the city—the best time to visit is at sunset. Inside, the observatory offers quite the experience as well—it has a planetarium, various exhibits, free-to-use telescopes, and more. The best part? Admission is free and it’s easily accessible with plenty of parking. Make a day out of your visit at Griffith Park, where you’ll find hiking trails and horseback riding. – Tripadvisor
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  • The Getty Center
    The Getty Center in Los Angeles is an astounding place to spend a day marveling at world-class art and relaxing in beautifully manicured gardens. Take the tram up to this lavish postmodern complex, which houses a sprawling museum featuring masterpieces by the likes of Van Gogh, Monet, and Cezanne. You can also enjoy superb views of the city from the Cactus Garden, and savor a delicious contemporary menu at the center's restaurant. You can visit the complex for free, though there is a parking fee. To skip the lines, book a museum tour to delve deeper into the art with the help of a knowledgeable guide. – Tripadvisor
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  • Battleship USS Iowa Museum
    Battleship USS Iowa served our country proudly in WWII, Korea, and the Cold War. Today, the historic U.S. Navy ship is an iconic Los Angeles landmark and considered one of the region’s best outdoor museums for families and visitors of all ages. Follow in the footsteps of sailors and our mischievous mascot Vicky the Dog and experience first hand why she is known as the “Battleship of Presidents”, “The Grey Ghost”, and “The Big Stick”. Add-on a behind-the-scenes guided tour to explore areas off-limits to the public and hear first hand accounts of service, commitment, and bravery. You and your family will make lasting memories during your visit to the Battleship USS Iowa. You are able to enjoy the museum with both virtual and in-person tour options. The in-person options comply with current health department guidelines for Covid-19.
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  • Petersen Automotive Museum
    Rated the #1 Automotive museum in the world, the Petersen Automotive Museum is dedicated to the exploration and presentation of the automobile and its impact on Global life and culture. The museum features 25 galleries with more than 350 vehicles on display between the main floors and exclusive Vault. Visitors can immerse themselves in the 1000's of stories on display in the museum.
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  • Hollywood Sign
    Perched atop Mount Lee, this global symbol of Hollywood glamour measures 450 feet in length with mammoth white letters, each standing 45 feet high, spelling out the name of the city. There is no access to The Hollywood Sign as it sits on restricted property however; there are several scenic view points which provide great photo opportunities . 1) Hollywood and Highland. Farther away but easy , especially if you are already in Hollywood. 2) The Griffith Observatory. Take the Metro Red Line at Hollywood and Highland to the Griffith Observatory stop. From here board the DASH Observatory shuttle operating 7 days a week ( beginning 3/21/17) to the front lawn of The Griffith Observatory for views of The Hollywood Sign. 3) The Sign is best viewed from the interior of Griffith Park. Trail signs will guide you to these sites. Please stay on the designated trails and enjoy the great views of The Hollywood Sign !
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  • The Grove
    This sprawling outdoor shopping hub is one of California’s most popular malls. Before flocking to the stores, board the free double-decker Grove Trolley to The Original Farmers Market where you can browse gourmet groceries and specialty foods. Back at the mall, you'll find a range of fashion-forward brands and pop-up stores. When hungry, choose between classic American grub, Italian dining, or fast food amidst other cuisines. Be sure to stay for the spectacular light show at the Dancing Fountain as well. Visit The Grove as part of a LA highlights tour, or as a self-guided retail therapy. – Tripadvisor
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  • La Brea Tar Pits and Museum
    Explore the world's only active, urban Ice Age excavation site. Inside the Page Museum is where we showcase the best fossils, animals, and plants that have been discovered here - mammoths, saber-toothed cats, dire wolves, and more. Experience the Ice Age come to life with our Ice Age Encounters show. Outside check out the La Brea Tar Pits where tar is still bubbling and our active fossil excavation sites to see what our excavators have uncovered today. Get the behind-the-scenes story and see scientists working on recently excavated fossils, walk around our famous Lake Pit, and visit our live dig site where scientists discover new Ice Age specimens every day. Free with museum admission.
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  • Griffith Park
    Covering more than 4,107 acres of natural terrain, this is the largest municipal park and urban wilderness area in the United States, which offers numerous family attractions and activities.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Los Angeles hotels

Sheraton Universal Hotel, Hilton Los Angeles / Universal City, and Blvd Hotel & Studios are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Universal Studios Hollywood. See the full list: Hotels near Universal Studios Hollywood.

Hotel Erwin Venice Beach, Hotel Figueroa - Unbound Collection by Hyatt, and Venice On The Beach Hotel are all popular resorts for travellers staying in Los Angeles. See the full list: Los Angeles Resorts.

Popular hotels close to Griffith Observatory include Hollywood Hotel, Kimpton Everly Hotel, and The Adler a Hollywood Hills Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Griffith Observatory.

Popular luxury hotels in Los Angeles include Fairmont Century Plaza, Downtown Los Angeles Proper, and The Hollywood Roosevelt. See the full list: Los Angeles Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Los Angeles Intl Airport include Hampton Inn & Suites LAX El Segundo, Residence Inn by Marriott Los Angeles LAX / Century Boulevard, and Homewood Suites by Hilton Los Angeles International Airport. See the full list: Hotels near Los Angeles Intl Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Hollywood Walk of Fame are Dream Hollywood, Kimpton Everly Hotel, and Mama Shelter Los Angeles. See the full list: Hotels near Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Los Angeles are The Prospect Hollywood, Fairmont Century Plaza, and UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Los Angeles.

Popular cheap hotels in Los Angeles include Holiday Inn Express & Suites Hollywood Walk of Fame, an IHG Hotel, Magic Castle Hotel, and The Metric - Los Angeles. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Los Angeles.

Fairmont Century Plaza, The Hollywood Roosevelt, and Hotel Bel-Air have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Los Angeles. See the full list: Spa Resorts Los Angeles.

Popular Los Angeles neighbourhoods with hotels include Central L.A, Westside, and Downtown.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Hollywood Walk of Fame, an IHG Hotel, Magic Castle Hotel, and Warner Center Marriott Woodland Hills all received great reviews from families travelling in Los Angeles. See the full list: Family Hotels Los Angeles.