Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Los Angeles area.
Los Angeles itself is not a large town, but the vast array of surrounding communities, each with a distinctive personality, helps to comprise the greater L.A. area. The Southern California climate, the proximity of snow-capped mountains to pounding Pacific surf and beaches, and the incredible variety of world-class restaurants, shops, museums and performing arts make Los Angeles one of the world's most desirable places to call home or to visit.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Los Angeles area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Downtown Los Angeles||·||El Segundo - Los Angeles Airport|
|Lodging in the revitalized downtown area, with its distinct skyline, home to Dodger Stadium, Chinatown, the Convention Center and more.||
Lodging options near the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and nearby cities such as Inglewood, Torrance, El Segundo and others.
|·||Westside L.A.||·||Hollywood - Burbank|
|Home to fashion, glamour and fame, L.A.'s Westside area includes Bel Air, Beverly Hills and the Sunset Strip.||Lodging options in Hollywood and areas in the San Fernando valley to the north such as Burbank and Van Nuys.|
|·||Santa Monica||·||Los Angeles Beach Communities|
|Lodging at the north end of Santa Monica Bay, including Santa Monica proper, Marina Del Rey and Venice Beach.||Lodging options at the south end of Santa Monica Bay, including Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach.|
|·||San Gabriel Valley||·||Southeast Metro Los Angeles|
|Lodging in the valley, with Glendale and Pasadena as its largest cities, home to the Rose Bowl, Caltech, JPL and more.||Lodging options in the numerous cities to the southeast of downtown L.A.|
|·||Surrounding Communities||·||Anaheim Metro|
|Lodging in surrounding cities in the Los Angeles area such as Arcadia, Studio City and more.||Lodging options in the adjoining metropolitan areas of Anaheim, Placentia and Fullerton.|
|·||Ontario - Inland Empire|
|Lodging options east of Los Angeles in the Greater Ontario - Inland Empire area.|
Area Facts: As a whole, the entire Los Angeles metropolitan area is more than twice the size of the country of Switzerland. The area was first discovered by Spanish explorers on August 2, 1769. A cultural mecca, L.A.'s 80 stage theaters and 300 museums are more than are offered in any other domestic city.
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