Hotels near Downtown
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
A few years ago, most locals rarely ventured downtown for leisure outside of a Lakers game or a concert. But the area has experienced a renaissance, and now you find young professionals, artists, even some families enjoying modern loft living in the City of Angels. Some highlights: the Disney Concert Hall, MOCA, the Geffen Contemporary, Little Tokyo, and top-notch restaurants with rooftop dining for enjoying a sea of lights and sublime weather. LA Live is one of the newest attractions, complete with shops and restaurants adjacent to the Staples Center. It's advisable to take the Metro Downtown as most attractions are within walking distance or a short taxi ride from one another. Make sure to visit the Angel Flight, LA's historic funicular dating back to the early 1900s. On the second Thursday of every month, Downtown's Art Walk attracts a huge crowd to its gallery scene.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Downtown

Beverly Laurel Hotel
Beverly Laurel Hotel
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3.7
878 reviews
8018 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles
from $94
Park Plaza Lodge Hotel
Park Plaza Lodge Hotel
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3.9
1102 reviews
6001 W 3rd Street, Los Angeles
from $102
Parlour Motel
Parlour Motel
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3.1
7310 South Figueroa Street, Los Anđeles
from $52
Crowne Plaza Los Angeles - International Airport
Crowne Plaza Los Angeles - International Airport
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3.6
5123 reviews
5985 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles
from $107
Metro Plaza Hotel
Metro Plaza Hotel
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3.6
1023 reviews
711 N Main St, Los Angeles
from $109
Hotel Angeleno
Hotel Angeleno
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3.6
1946 reviews
170 N Church Lane, Los Angeles
from $161
Rodeway Inn
Rodeway Inn
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3.2
90 reviews
777 N. Vine St, Los Angeles
from $79
Super 8 Los Angeles
Super 8 Los Angeles
12664 W Washington Blvd, Los Angeles
from $118
Vagabond Inn Los Angeles-USC
Vagabond Inn Los Angeles-USC
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3.7
480 reviews
3101 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles
from $84
The Orlando
The Orlando
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4.0
307 reviews
8384 W 3rd St, Los Angeles
from $198
More About Hotels near Downtown...

A few years ago, most locals rarely ventured downtown for leisure outside of a Lakers game or a concert. But the area has experienced a renaissance, and now you find young professionals, artists, even some families enjoying modern loft living in the City of Angels. Some highlights: the Disney Concert Hall, MOCA, the Geffen Contemporary, Little Tokyo, and top-notch restaurants with rooftop dining for enjoying a sea of lights and sublime weather. LA Live is one of the newest attractions, complete with shops and restaurants adjacent to the Staples Center. It's advisable to take the Metro Downtown as most attractions are within walking distance or a short taxi ride from one another. Make sure to visit the Angel Flight, LA's historic funicular dating back to the early 1900s. On the second Thursday of every month, Downtown's Art Walk attracts a huge crowd to its gallery scene.

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