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Destination Los Angeles: City of luxury

5 November 2012 1,139 views No Comment

Los Angeles..!

Los Angeles..!

The city of Los Angeles is the entertainment capital of USA.  It is the most diversely populated city in USA. Also, it is the second most populated city in America. There are 80 connected neighborhoods and the city has a population of ten million citizens.

It is rightly called 72 suburbs making one city. Los Angeles consists of famous places such as:

1: Beverly Hills

2: Sunset Strip

3: Santa Monica Main Street

The traffic is bumper to bumper in Los Angeles and you need to have a plan. In this travel guide, we will go through Los Angeles in an organized manner.

The hotels in Los Angeles

The hotels at Shutters are high class and low key. The mindset is okay for a tourist. It is near to Pacific Ocean and the rooms have:

1: John Robshaw comforters

2: In room libraries

3: Whirlpool tubs

It’s impossible to come out of a hotel room.

The double doors at shutters are magnificent. There is a fire in the lobby as always. The beach is chilly all the time. The summer season is very crowded and busy. That is July to September is busy.

If five star hotels is not your style, then Peninsula Beverly Hills may be your next target. Don’t expect a wild party here. Quietness is the call of the day. The Peninsula is pure class, as waiters serve Dom Perignon at the order of champagne.

Santa Monica rocks

It’s a block away from Pacific Ocean and available at half the price. It is modern and looks very familiar to 60’s and 70’s. The rooms are decent in size. The cost is 380 dollars for one night.

The Beverly Laurel

If you are a budget traveler, then you can stay in Beverly Laurel, which has 52 rooms. The downstairs diner is great. The swinger burger is fabulous. It is within walking distance of bars, malls and art exhibition. It has a swimming pool. The rooms are made in retro style. The price is well worth it.

The Edison

The Edison is purely dedicated to old world. The art decoration is from the 1930’s. Some industrialization is also visible. The rooms differ in theme and dark corners are so visible. Lush draperies and leather club chairs are used here.

Transportation in Los Angeles

London meets Los Angeles. The Shave Beverly Hills is ideal for haircut, shave, whiskey and facial works. It is a pure London’s gentlemen venue. Relax in grandeur and read a magazine or watch sports.

Luxury transportation is available in Los Angeles. Air, land and sea transportation are available. Imagine Lifestyles offers rent a car services. The Range Rover Sport costs 375 bucks a day. There are four Ferraris costing 1,500 bucks a day.

At Paradise Bound Yacht Charters, cruises run begin from Ritz-Carlton Maria Del Rey. The price is 110 bucks per head. The sail lasts two hours. At Gondolas Amore, a private and relaxing tour of Venice Canals can’t hurt. For a lovely couple, the price is 140 dollars.

The Blue Star Jets in Beverly Hills runs regularly trips to San Francisco, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. The ticket starts from 5,000 dollars.

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