27157xx West Hollywood, CA Guide to Hotels, Shopping, Restaurants, Things to Do & Events
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    • West Hollywood Park

      WeHo Outdoors: A Guide to Public Parks in West Hollywood

        Summer is synonymous with outdoor activities, and West Hollywood has many parks and outdoor spaces to choose from. You can attend concerts, have picnics on the lawn, play tennis, swim laps, or even join a pickup game of basketball. If you want to picnic in style, visit one of West Hollywood’s great restaurants to [...]

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    • Sama Eyewear

      One-Of-A-Kind “Destination Sama” Eyewear Kicks Off Summer in West Hollywood

        West Hollywood loves shopping, creativity and giving back to the community. Enter Destination Sama in Sunset Plaza, a summer pop-up boutique that allows you to express yourself through customized sunglasses that fit your unique personality. You’ll also be giving back—a percentage of the profits go to various youth, women and children’s foundations like the [...]

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      Premier Package of the Week: SSMF at The Standard, Hollywood

        The Sunset Strip is famous for its bars, its nightlife, its people, and its unconventionality—but most of all, it’s famous for its music. Every year, the Sunset Strip celebrates its musical heritage with the Sunset Strip Music Festival, and the whole community pitches in to make sure that the two-day street party is as [...]

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    • The San Vicente Bungalows' famous pool, a longtime hub of West Hollywood's gay culture.

      A Fresh Start for the San Vicente Bungalows

        The San Vicente Bungalows in West Hollywood have a colorful past. The hotel’s 29 rooms once played host to an eclectic gay scene, and it was better known for its men-only, clothing-optional policies and its wild customers than for its actual amenities. In the late 80s and 90s, the Bungalows fell on hard times, and [...]

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    • The Sunset Cocktail Lounge at Palihouse, West Hollywood

      A Summer Guide to New Bars in West Hollywood

        Summer has officially arrived, and the timing couldn’t have been more perfect for a slew of new, hip bars to debut in West Hollywood. From stylish rooftops to celebrity owned hotspots, new bars and lounges in West Hollywood are making headlines with fanciful decor, fashionable crowds and, of course, killer cocktail menus. We rounded [...]

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    • The interior of the world-famous Book Soup

      Stay Dry This Summer: Alcohol-Free Nightlife in West Hollywood

        While we fully endorse wine tastings, cocktail hour-ing and weekend bar hopping, West Hollywood is a hotbed for equally stimulating sober adventures after the sun sets. From meditative yoga to stimulating author readings, West Hollywood offers plenty of nighttime activities for fun nights out that don’t require you to show your ID. Round up [...]

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      July Music Scene

        Since the 1960s, West Hollywood has been an original authority on live music. From the groovy club scene of the 1960s, to the rock ‘n’ roll explosion of the 1970s, to the hair bands of the 1980s and the eclectic mix of sounds you’ll find in WeHo clubs today, West Hollywood knows music. Each [...]

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    • "Drumroll" by Steve McQueen at MOCA Pacific Design Center

      MOCA at the Pacific Design Center Rolls Out Steve McQueen Exhibit

        Drumroll, a three-channel video installation created by British artist and Oscar-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen, “is a portrait of an experience of the city, and its questions go to how and who we are,” said MOCA Curator Bennett Simpson. McQueen—best known for directing the Academy Award-winning film 12 Years a Slave—wanted to create a work [...]

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    • The Continental Hyatt House

      West Hollywood on the Silver Screen

        West Hollywood has long been known as a playground to the stars, and many strange and unusual events have taken place within its confines. Inevitably, these stories, or stories inspired by them, made their way into West Hollywood’s most famous product—motion pictures. These five movies, filmed in West Hollywood, showcase some of the city’s [...]

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    • SSMF 2013

      SSMF Announces Two-Day Street Festival in September

        The seventh annual Sunset Strip Musical Festival is now a two-day street festival that will be held on September 20-21, 2014. SSMF has partnered with Nederlander Concerts to help book and promote this year’s festival. Starting things off on Friday, September 19 is a tribute to Jane’s Addiction. Previously, Joan Jett, The Doors, Mötley Crüe, Slash and Ozzy Osbourne [...]

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    • Back patio of Eveleigh, West Hollywood

      West Hollywood Patios: A Guide to Dining ‘en plein air’

        There’s no better place than West Hollywood to wine and dine outdoors. The neighborhood has no shortage of restaurants with hidden gardens or sweeping patios, and each of these restaurants offers an experience that’s all its own. Cecconi’s If you want spot a celebrity, we hope you also have an appetite for Italian. Keep [...]

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      WeHo on a Budget: Tips for Budget-Friendly Accommodations & Entertainment

        West Hollywood might be full of glitz and glamour, but it’s also full of ordinary people who like to have fun without breaking the bank. Visiting WeHo doesn’t have to be a huge splurge. Here are some of the best places to go for a great experience that will still leave you with money [...]

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      Picnic Your Way Through This Summer’s Biggest Outdoors Concerts

        Outdoor concert season is upon us, and there’s nothing better to pair great music with than a delicious meal. With several parks located in West Hollywood, you’re sure to find a scenic view. Some iconic music venues like the Hollywood Bowl let you bring your own food (and sometimes wine) to enjoy throughout the [...]

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    • Pool Time at The Standard

      Your Official Guide to West Hollywood’s Hottest Hotel Pools

      In all of Los Angeles, no city can tout a killer hotel pool scene like West Hollywood, home to almost a dozen great hotel pools. For decades, WeHo pools have served as the stomping ground for celebrities, socialites, families and world-class DJs behind the decks with that iconic, sprawling city-view backdrop most WeHo pools are [...]

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    • StarLine Bus at the House of Blues

      Hopping on and Hopping Off in West Hollywood and Beyond

        You’re staying in West Hollywood, enjoying your hotel, going to restaurants, doing some shopping (and celeb spotting) while strolling through the neighborhoods (check out our Grafton Walk and Andaz Rock n Roll Walk) and partying the night away. But now you’re in the mood to spread your tourist wings a little and see more [...]

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    • Heart of LA

      Getting Around West Hollywood and LA without Your Car

        *UPDATED July 23, 2013 West Hollywood is known as “The Most Walkable City” (Walk Score 2011) and the fourth most walkable city in the nation. You can come here on vacation, tuck your car away in your hotel garage (most likely you’re staying at a hotel on The Sunset Strip or nearby) and stroll [...]

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