Hotels near Westwood
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You may not think of Los Angeles as a college town, but UCLA dominates the neighborhood of Westwood. Tall buildings and constant traffic characterize Westwood Village, packed with such collegiate staples as coffee shops, bargain ethnic food, vegetarian restaurants, and watering holes. Two theaters here regularly hold red carpet premieres, and UCLA's Hammer Museum hosts topnotch exhibits and often stages festivals in its plaza. When traveling down Santa Monica Boulevard through Westwood, you can't miss the large and lavish Mormon temple, which has a visitor center and Family History Center open to the public.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Westwood

Parlour Motel
Parlour Motel
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3.1
7310 South Figueroa Street, Los Anđeles
from $52
Azul Inn West Los Angeles
Azul Inn West Los Angeles
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3.7
1060 reviews
10740 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles
from $113
Holiday Inn Express Los Angeles Downtown West
Holiday Inn Express Los Angeles Downtown West
611 S Westlake Ave, Los Angeles
from $152
Hollywood 7 Star Motel
Hollywood 7 Star Motel
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3.2
18 reviews
1730 North La Brea Avenue, Los Anđeles
from $73
Custom Hotel Los Angeles Airport - a Joie de Vivre Hotel
Custom Hotel Los Angeles Airport - a Joie de Vivre Hotel
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3.4
4342 reviews
8639 Lincoln Blvd, Los Angeles
from $92
Alta Cienega Motel
Alta Cienega Motel
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2.6
183 reviews
1005 North La Cienega Boulevard, Los Anđeles
from $79
Hollywood Historic Hotel
Hollywood Historic Hotel
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3.2
2369 reviews
5162 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles
from $89
Holiday Inn Express West Los Angeles
Holiday Inn Express West Los Angeles
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3.9
556 reviews
11250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles
from $167
Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel
Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel
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2.9
1226 reviews
711 S Hope St, Los Angeles
from $165
The Orlando
The Orlando
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4.0
307 reviews
8384 W 3rd St, Los Angeles
from $198
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You may not think of Los Angeles as a college town, but UCLA dominates the neighborhood of Westwood. Tall buildings and constant traffic characterize Westwood Village, packed with such collegiate staples as coffee shops, bargain ethnic food, vegetarian restaurants, and watering holes. Two theaters here regularly hold red carpet premieres, and UCLA's Hammer Museum hosts topnotch exhibits and often stages festivals in its plaza. When traveling down Santa Monica Boulevard through Westwood, you can't miss the large and lavish Mormon temple, which has a visitor center and Family History Center open to the public.

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