Things to Do in West Hollywood

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Attractions & Recreation
Shopping & Entertainment

Universal Studios

  • 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City
  • 5.8 miles

Hollywood's legendary movie studio, Universal Studios is a theme park perfect for every age, featuring rides such as the Adventures of Curious George, the Universal House of Horrors and Transformers: The Ride among others.

Bikes and Hikes LA

  • 0.4 miles

Chamberlain guests receive an exclusive 10% discount at Bikes and Hikes, a full-service bike/hike tour company promoting a fun and eco-friendly way to experience the city. They provide both the bikes and the equipment, as well as expert guides.

Gallery Row

  • 453 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
  • 10.3 miles

The art gallery district in Los Angeles along Main Street and Spring Street offers a wide array of art galleries, theatres, and restaurants. Every second Thursday of the month, there’s a Downtown Art Walk.

Getty Center

  • 1200 Getty Center Dr, Los Angeles
  • 8.9 miles

Situated in the Santa Monica Mountains, the $1.3 billion Getty Center is famous for its architecture, gardens, and stunning Los Angeles views. The center houses a large collection of art from pieces by Monet to Etruscan works.

Hollywood Bowl

  • 2301 N Highland Ave., Los Angeles
  • 3.8 miles

The summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, this modern amphitheater, located in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, hosts numerous concerts and events, from live comedy to musicals.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

  • 5905 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles
  • 9.9 miles

LACMA features spectacular modern art and Latin American art collections, including works by Koons, Rivera, Warhol, Picasso and Kandinsky. Be sure to check out the Red Building, the most dynamic of the three buildings.

Museum of Contemporary Art

  • 250 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles
  • 9.6 miles

MOCA of Los Angeles has three main branches: Grand Avenue, Little Tokyo, and the Pacific Design Center. The exhibits consist mainly of American and European contemporary art, including works by Rothko, Lichtenstein, and other illustrious names in art history.

Pacific Design Center

  • 8687 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood
  • 1.2 miles

Described as the "Blue Whale" for its peculiar characteristics, the Pacific Design Center is the West Coast's leading resource for interior design trades. With a 1.2-million-square-foot campus on 14 acres, the Center is a premier, multi-use facility.

Sunset Strip

  • 0.6 miles

A landmark in rock'n’roll history, the Sunset Strip features a premier selection of restaurants, boutiques, and legendary Hollywood nightclubs and bars including the Viper Room, Whisky a Go Go, and the House of Blues.


  • 1313 Disneyland Drive, Anaheim, CA 92802
  • 35.6 miles

The perfect destination for a fun-filled day, Disneyland is located in Anaheim, less than an hour away from the hotel. Stroll through Main Street USA, visit Adventureland or take a ride in Fantasyland. There’s something for everyone.

Venice Beach

  • 12.8 miles

Venice Beach offers a day full of eclectic outdoor fun. Walk around the unique Venice Beach Boardwalk, shop at the famous Abbot Kinney Specialty Shops or stroll along the Venice Canals and discover LA's most eclectic architecture from cozy cottages to modern homes.

West Hollywood Design Center

  • 8687 Melrose Ave., Ste. M-38, West Hollywood
  • 0.8 miles

This trendy West Hollywood district boasts a diverse array of shops, galleries, and restaurants and bustles with year-round activities including free gallery walks, charity events, artist receptions, and more.

Los Angeles Zoo

  • 5333 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027
  • 10.5 miles

The zoo is home to more than 1,100 mammals, birds, amphibians, and reptiles representing more than 250 different species, of which 29 are endangered. In addition, the Zoo’s botanical collection offers several planted gardens. Arena

  • 1111 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015
  • 10.2 miles

Home to LA Clippers and the Lakers as well as the NHL team the Kings, the Arena also hosts some of LA's best concerts and houses The Grammys, televised WWE events, and much, much more!

Natural History Museum

  • 900 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90007
  • 10.6 miles

Open yourself to discovery at the Natural History Museum! See dinosaurs in the Dinosaur Hall, stroll through their extensive Nature Gardens, see and touch over 2,000 spectacular specimens in the Gem and Mineral Hall, or check out the Butterfly Pavilion.

Broad Museum

  • 221 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012
  • 8.9 miles

The Broad is a new contemporary art museum, featuring two floors of gallery space to showcase their comprehensive collection. It's also the headquarters of The Broad Art Foundation’s worldwide lending library.

Petersen Automotive Museum

  • 6060 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036
  • 3 miles

The Petersen Automotive Museum is dedicated to the exploration of the automobile and its impact on American life and culture. With more than 300,000 square feet, its exhibits feature more than 150 rare and classic cars, trucks, and motorcycles.

Santa Monica Pier

  • 200 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA 90401
  • 11.3 miles

This old-school wooden wharf is the place to be, with it's unique eateries and shops, arcade, roller coaster, and—of course—the giant Ferris wheel and famous 1922 merry-go-round. If that's not enough, there's also the fantastic bay and mountains views.

Dodger Stadium

  • 1000 Elysian Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
  • 8.5 miles

Home of the LA Dodgers baseball team, Dodger Stadium has a rich history that places it among the truly great venues in sports history. With incredible concerts and unique events, Dodger Stadium is among the country’s greatest entertainment destinations.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House

  • Hollyhock House, 4800 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027
  • 5.4 miles

Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House has become Los Angeles' first UNESCO World Heritage Site, recognized for its cultural and historical significance.

Melrose Avenue

  • 1714 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles
  • 1.9 miles

A premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination that gained popularity in the early 80s for its independent retailers and restaurants. Starting on Santa Monica Boulevard and ending at Lucille Avenue in Silver Lake, Melrose Avenue offers numerous antique shops, eclectic boutiques and salons.

Rodeo Drive

  • 2.8 miles

The legendary shopping district in Beverly Hills is famous for its trendy designer boutiques such as Dolce & Gabbana, Dior, Harry Winston, Tiffany & Co., Chanel, David Yurman and more. An afternoon of luxury shopping is well paired with dining at one of Rodeo's star-lit restaurants including Villa Blanca and 208 Rodeo Restaurant.

The Beverly Center

  • 8500 Beverly Blvd. #501, Los Angeles
  • 1.2 miles

A premier West Hollywood shopping destination with more than 160 diverse boutiques including Ferragamo, Henri Bendel, Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton and more, The Beverly Center is on the edge of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills.

The Grove at Farmers Market

  • 6301 West 3rd St., Los Angeles
  • 2.5 miles

Trolley along The Grove and enjoy a day filled with shopping and entertainment featuring Nordstrom, Abercrombie & Fitch and Crate & Barrel, as well as the magical WET fountain shows and the Art Deco Pacific Movie Theatre. You can also watch Extra being shot on location with Mario Lopez daily!

Exposition Park

  • 701 State Dr., Los Angeles
  • 11 miles

Find exciting Los Angeles outdoor activities in Exposition Park. Originally a Farmers Market, this picturesque park now features cultural and recreational centers and a charming seven-acre rose garden.

Griffith Park

  • 4730 Crystal Springs Dr., Los Angeles
  • 10.4 miles

Griffith Park is idyllically situated in more than 40,000 acres in the Santa Monica Mountains and includes numerous museums and attractions. Visit the LA Zoo, explore the famous Bronson caves, enjoy a pony ride or hike through the scenic trails and breathe in some fresh California air.

La Cienega Tennis Center

  • 325 S La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills
  • 2.2 miles

Recipient of the U.S. Tennis Association's Outstanding Public Facility Award, the Center offers 16 well-lit professional tennis courts, private and group instruction, a complete pro shop and lounge, shower and dressing facilities, and an outdoor viewing deck. Reservations are required.

Pan Pacific Park

  • 7600 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles
  • 2.6 miles

Located in the center of the Fairfax District, the spacious Pan Pacific Park features a scenic jogging path, a children's playground, barbeque pits, picnic tables, a baseball diamond and basketball courts.

Rancho Golf Courses at Cheviot Hills

  • 10460 W Pico Blvd., Los Angeles
  • 2.4 miles

Home to the 3-par, 9-hole Rancho Golf Course and the 18-hole Rancho Golf Course, the Cheviot Hills public park features first-come, first-serve play for a nominal fee. Club and cart rentals are available.

Runyon Canyon Park

  • 2001 N Fuller Ave., Los Angeles

Runyon Canyon Park is a scenic oasis in the middle of the Hollywood Hills. Tucked just a short distance north of the main drag of Hollywood Boulevard, the park offers hiking, wildlife watching and a rich history including Native American settlements and celebrity sightings.

Topanga State Park

  • 20829 Entrada Rd., Santa Monica
  • 22.5 miles

Ideally located only 20 minutes outside of LA in the cliffs and canyons of the Santa Monica Mountains, the park includes 36 miles of trails through pure nature surrounded by oaks, grassland and breathtaking Pacific views.

Zuma Beach

  • 30050 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu
  • 32.4 miles

The widest sandy beach in Malibu and one of the best Los Angeles beaches overall, Zuma Beach is noted for surfing, body boarding, clean sand and relative privacy from the Pacific Coast Highway. The beach offers on-site volleyball courts, snack bars, playground and restrooms.

Greek Theater

  • 2700 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles
  • 7.1 miles

One of the most intimate big-name concert venues Los Angeles has to offer. An outdoor amphitheater nestled into a hillside and surrounded by trees. With amazing acoustics and a unique ambience, it's a great place to get up-close and personal with some of your favorite musicians.

Rockwell Table and Stage

  • 1714 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles
  • 5.8 miles

Is dinner and a show like you've never seen before. Not just delicious cocktails and fabulous food, but also a 360-degree live theatrical concert and dining experience, with performances by stars of stage, record and screen. Indulge in a goat-cheese and truffle ravioli while watching everything from a typical concert to a burlesque show to a full-scale production of "Clueless."


  • 8768 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood
  • 0.3 miles

The perfect place for sushi and more, this trendy dinner spot boasts a delicious, fresh take on sushi, amazing service, and a cute outdoor patio to boot! We recommend the crazy good carrot-bean hummus as an appetizer and the perfectly spicy Ghost Writer cocktail.


  • 88474 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood
  • 0.6 miles

One of the highest-rated restaurants in the area, with its renowned, award-winning chef and restaurateur, Suzanne Goin. With their incredible open-air garden room, any meal there, whether it's a casual brunch or an elegant dinner, becomes an experience to remember!


  • 8439 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood
  • 0.6 miles

A restaurant with an exceptionally beautiful, award-winning interior, but it's more than just a pretty face, specializing in Robata, a form of Japanese tapas, traditional sushi, and a variety of unique and delicious Japanese cuisine. A favorite spot for celebrities, have some Kurobuta Ribs and rub elbows with the stars.


  • 8454 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood
  • 1 mile

Emanating a relaxed, cosy and yet upscale vibe, Taste serves up updated American comfort cuisine and is a neighborhood favorite for their friendly atmosphere and fresh takes on everything from dumplings to shrimp and grits.

Dan Tana's

  • 9071 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood
  • 0.9 miles

A classic Italian restaurant with a retro, Old School feel, Dan Tana's is cozy and has the vibe of a neighborhood bistro mixed with fabulous upscale dining. Try any of their delicious food and cocktails and you'll understand how business has thrived for over fifty years!

Laurel Hardware

  • 7984 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood
  • 0.9 miles

Offering a more laidback style, Laurel Hardware combines sophisticated food with a farm-to-table sensibilities. With incredible cocktails, inculding Smoke and Flowers, a lemongrass & lavender sous-vide with ketel one citroen and activated charcoal lemonade and a special late night menu for Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, it's the perfect place to start, or end an evening.

The Little Door

  • 8164 West 3rd Street, Los Angeles
  • 2 miles

Winner of "Best Romantic Restaurant in LA," The Little Door's atmosphere is a perfect mix of elegant and rustic, and their menu is no different, with organic seasonal ingredients, creatively prepared and impeccably presented. Their expertise is especially highlighted in their speciality cakes, which make any occasion a special one.

WeHo Bistro

  • 1040 North La Cienega Boulevard, West Hollywood
  • 0.2 miles

Looking to blend fine Parisian dining with a casual and comfortable atmosphere, WeHo Bistro is a bit of France with a West Hollywood twist, offering up an all-day brunch that includes the best of a French breakfast. Whether you're there for breakfast, lunch or dinner, c'est bon!

Connie and Ted's

  • 8171 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood
  • 0.7 miles

Inspired by the fisherman spirit of New England, Connie and Ted's offers East Coast-style seafood, and the very best selection of oysters around. The ambiance is casual, but the food is first rate, whether you're hungry for a classic lobster roll or the house-smoked mahi mahi. If you can't make up your mind, the Catch of the Day is always a good choice.


  • 8401 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles
  • 0.4 miles

Celebrated as a WeHo institution that pioneered organic, vegetarian and vegan eating before they became trendy, the mission of Hugo's is good food for everyone, and so they offer a variety of alternative options for any diet. With an emphasis on the art of simplicity and so-called "stealthy-healthy" foods, it's delicious meals that you can feel good about.


  • 903 North La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles
  • 0.4 miles

Nobu Los Angeles was designed by world renowned architect David Rockwell and each of the dining spaces - the main dining room with sushi bar, the atrium, and the terrace - has its own unique character and feel. The bar and lounge has become a local Hollywood hangout and offers a tapas menu designed for a more relaxed dining experience. In addition to Nobu Matsuhisa's signature dishes, Nobu Los Angeles also offers local specials like Wagyu Tacos, Seabass Jalapeño Miso, and Kanpachi Sashimi.