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Get to Know Our Neighborhood - Discover the Best Places to See in Los Angeles

Get to know LA's cultural hub comprised of a diverse collage of unique neighborhoods, each with its own personality, including Historic Downtown, the Arts District, Chinatown, Jewelry District, Little Tokyo, Olvera Street at Historic El Pueblo, South Park, the Wholesale District, Gallery Row, the Flower District, the Fashion District, Civic Center, Bunker Hill, and Grand Avenue. Our downtown Los Angeles hotel is within walking distance to many of the city's most popular attractions and venues, from the LA Philharmonic to the championship Lakers. Check out a summer concert in Pershing Square, visit the Music Center's Walt Disney Concert Hall in Bunker Hill, or check out some galleries and photography studios in the Arts District. Enjoy the mix of architecture, green urban spaces, and trendy restaurants, perfect for sightseeing and living like a local.
Pershing Square at Los Angeles

Pershing Square

Located in the heart of DTLA, this public square is a great gathering spot for community events, concerts, and picnics. It features two children's playgrounds, a chess area, a pet run, a winter ice skating rink, and an outdoor farmer's market every Wednesday.
The Last Bookstore at Los Angeles

The Last Bookstore

Housed in an abandoned bank, this iconic Los Angeles bookshop is California's largest, selling used and new books, as well as records and gifts. Voted in the top "20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World," it's the perfect place to hang out in DTLA.
Grand Park at Los Angeles

Grand Park

Perfectly situated on Grand Avenue from The Music Center on the west to City Hall on the east between First and Temple streets, this urban park offers majestic views, gardens, and green open spaces for events and gatherings.
Bunker Hill Steps at Los Angeles

Bunker Hill Steps

Just west of Little Tokyo, this redeveloped section of DTLA offers a mix of soaring skyscrapers and well-known cultural institutions like the Music Center's Walt Disney Concert Hall and Center Theatre Group.
DTLA at Los Angeles


Comprised of several diverse neighborhoods such as Chinatown, Little Tokyo, Bunker Hill, and the Arts District, DTLA is a cultural hub of renowned art museums, innovative restaurants and trendy bars.
Angels Flight at Los Angeles

Angels Flight

Since 1901, Angels Flight Railway has given over 100 million rides between Hill Street and Grand Avenue on Bunker Hill. Ride this historic LA landmark and experience the world's shortest railway. 
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