Hotels near Burbank
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
Burbank has a small-town feel even though it's home to NBC, ABC, Walt Disney, Warner Brothers, and other major studios. You can fly directly into the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, which is more convenient to parts of the San Fernando Valley than LAX. Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank is lined with vintage clothing and furniture stores, comic book, and record stores, as well as other mom-and-pop shops. The store It's A Wrap sells clothing used on movie and TV sets. Downtown Burbank is a bit more modern and is very family friendly. There is an equestrian area next to Griffith Park where homeowners keep horses on their properties.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Burbank

Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport
Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport
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3.7
1486 reviews
2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank
from $119
Holiday Inn Burbank-Media Center
Holiday Inn Burbank-Media Center
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3.7
715 reviews
150 E Angeleno Ave, Burbank
from $105
Safari Inn, a Coast Hotel
Safari Inn, a Coast Hotel
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3.7
651 reviews
1911 West Olive Avenue, Burbank
from $109
Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Burbank Airport
Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles Burbank Airport
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4.0
311 reviews
2100 W Empire Ave, Burbank
from $129
Coast Anabelle Hotel
Coast Anabelle Hotel
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4.1
227 reviews
2011 W Olive Ave, Burbank
from $179
Residence Inn Burbank Downtown
Residence Inn Burbank Downtown
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4.0
171 reviews
321 S. First Street, Burbank
from $209
Hampton Inn Suites Los Angeles Burbank Airport
Hampton Inn Suites Los Angeles Burbank Airport
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4.4
511 reviews
7501 N Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank
from $120
Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Burbank Airport
Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Burbank Airport
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3.1
458 reviews
2200 Empire Ave, Burbank
from $98
Portofino Inn Burbank
Portofino Inn Burbank
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3.7
778 reviews
924 W. Olive Ave, Burbank
from $106
Ramada Inn Burbank Airport
Ramada Inn Burbank Airport
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2.6
1390 reviews
2900 N San Fernando Blvd, Burbank
from $80
More About Hotels near Burbank...

Burbank has a small-town feel even though it's home to NBC, ABC, Walt Disney, Warner Brothers, and other major studios. You can fly directly into the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, which is more convenient to parts of the San Fernando Valley than LAX. Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank is lined with vintage clothing and furniture stores, comic book, and record stores, as well as other mom-and-pop shops. The store It's A Wrap sells clothing used on movie and TV sets. Downtown Burbank is a bit more modern and is very family friendly. There is an equestrian area next to Griffith Park where homeowners keep horses on their properties.

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