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At first glance, LA may appear to be off-limits for the budget traveler. Guess again. Whether you're strolling Sunset Strip or soaking up rays on Santa Monica Pier, the beauty of a Los Angeles vacation lies in the people-watching. Forget hours inside museums, LA is all about the Angelenos – the ones who have made their mark on the past, and the ones still dreaming of making their marks on the future.

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Cheap Los Angeles Vacation Packages

Stay on Main

2 stars
2.8 / 5 141 reviews
Dynamic downtown hotel is city's gateway with affordable comfort Sporting a cool, colorful style, Stay appeals to all travelers looking to save money on accommodations without compromising on comfort. A variety of guest-room and pricing options fits any budget, while handy amenities such as complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and iPod dockings stations in each room add to the appeal. The downtown location means many of L.A.'s prime attractions are walkable or easily accessible via the nearby Metro or freeways. The trendiest downtown eateries and bars are also short walks away. Highlights Complimentary Wi-Fi in all guest rooms and public areasConvenient downtown location means an abundance of nearby dining, shopping and recreationMetro Stations, Union Station and freeways all nearby Location Guests will find a wealth of attractions, from downtown L.A.'s heritage buildings, Little Tokyo and Chinatown to the Museum of Contemporary Art and Walt Disney Concert Hall, all within walking distance. Two Metro stations are only blocks away, putting Universal Studios, Miracle Mile and Hollywood within easy reach, while the nearby 110 and I-5 freeways allow connectivity to all of greater L.A.'s destinations. Rooms Stay's 138 guest rooms come in various types. Guests can choose from rooms with private baths and with queen, twin or bunk beds. The same bed options are available for rooms with shared baths located down the hall. All rooms are equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi access, iPod docking stations and flat-screen TVs. Guests enjoy 300-count bed sheets and European bath and body essentials. Features This boutique hotel caters to anyone looking for friendly, functional accommodations at a budget price. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available in all public areas. To satisfy every hunger and thirst, there is an abundance of the trendiest bars and restaurants within walking distance. The nearby fashion and arts districts offer fantastic shopping and gallery-hopping opportunities. Transportation Closest Metro Stations: Pershing Square (5 blocks) & 7th Street/Metro Center (1 mi/1.5 km)Los Angeles International Airport (19 mi/30 km)Bob Hope Airport (15 mi/25 km) Attractions Museum of Contemporary Art (1 mi/1.5 km)Walt Disney Concert Hall (1 mi/1.5 km)Griffith Park & Observatory (8 mi/13 km)Grauman's Chinese Theatre & Hollywood Walk of Fame (8 mki/13 km)Universal Studios Hollywood Theme Park (11 mi/18 km)Santa Monica Pier & Third Street Promenade (16 mi/26 km)
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Historic Mayfair Hotel

2 stars
2.7 / 5 99 reviews
The charming Historic Mayfair Hotel is ideally positioned in the heart of Los Angeles just few blocks from the Los Angeles Convention Center, Staples Center, Nokia Theater, USC, Business and financial Center, Jewelry District, Fashion District, China Town, Little Tokyo, Korean Town, Courthouse, Music Center, Walt Disney Music Center, Macy Shopping Mall, dodger Stadium and Natrual Science Museum . Easy access to Hollywood, Beverly Hill, Universal Studio , Santa Monica, Venice Beach by Metro Train, Bus or car. Corporate offices are within 2 miles. Los Angeles Police Headquarter, Mayor office, Los Angeles Court House, Immigration Office, Good Samaritan Hospital, St. Vincent Hospital.Financial offices such as Ernst and Young, Price Water House, Deloitte, KPMG, Bank of America, Capital, Chase Bank, Wellsfargo, Union Bank, Citibank.Lawyers nearby are O'Melveny and Meyers, Latham and Watkins, Gibson Dunn and Crutcher. The Mayfair Hotel is completely non-smoking. If a guest chooses to smoke inside the room, a cleaning fee will be assessed and charged to the guest. Refrigerators are offered, based on availability, for a fee. If a guest would like to request a refrigerator for their stay, the additional fee can be paid directly at the Hotel. Once again, this is based upon availability and requests cannot be guaranteed. Children 12 years of age and younger may stay free with a parent in the same room, using existing bedding. Any person older than the age of 12 years will be regarded as an adult and be charged as such. BREAKFAST BUFFET at the CELEBRITY RESTAURANT Hours: M - F: 6:30 AM - 10:30 AM SAT - SUN: 6:30 AM - 11:00 AM $12.95 Per Person *Includes applicable taxes and gratuity Parking fee is fourteen ($14) dollars a day plus tax. Minimum age required to do the check-in at the hotel is 21 years old. Check-in: 3:00 PM Check-out: 12:00 PM (Noon)
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The Line

4 stars
4.1 / 5 89 reviews
BRAND NEW! The Line is a new hotel collaboration by The Sydell Group, Roy Choi, Sean Knibb, and The Houston Brothers that celebrates the cultural fabric of urban Los Angeles. Designed in 1964 by architects Daniel Mann Johnson + Mendenhall, the iconic building sits alongside Koreatown's famous pre-1940 brick colonial revival buildings in a neighborhood that's abuzz 24 hours a day thanks to Southern California's highest concentration of restaurants, bars, and round-the-clock businesses. Handily located in the Los Angeles basin between Beverly Hills (6 miles), Downtown (3 miles) and Hollywood (5 miles), it's perfectly positioned for exploring all the City's many attractions with the neighborhood's charms right at your doorstep. The Line's dining concepts, led by LA's own Chef Roy Choi, will celebrate Koreatown's distinctive character - and greater LA itself. Koreatown natives the Houston Brothers - the entrepreneurs behind La Descarga and Harvard and Stone - are in-house hosting an intimate cocktail bar and lounge. There's also an art boutique concept store packed with carefully curated retail and a well-stocked magazine newsstand. Its 383 guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over Wilshire Boulevard on one side and the Hollywood Hills on the other. Los-Angeles-based Sean Knibb, best known for his award-winning landscaping design and The A-Frame Restaurant, has designed the hotel's interiors. Each room is appointed with hand-selected, custom-designed furnishings from Knibb's studio and various objects' d'art. Please note: Pool and restaurants currently closed for renovation.
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Mr. C Beverly Hills

5 stars
4.5 / 5 27 reviews
Contemporary yet elegant hotel overlooking Beverly HillsThe hotel provides a traditional European experience, featuring effortless service to make for an incomparable Los Angeles stay. Mr C Beverly Hills offers an elegant place in which to spend the night following a hard day's sightseeing. Taste the sumptuous cuisine served up in the hotel, where evening menus feature a selection of grilled specialties and classic Italian dishes. Alternatively, use the hotel's 24-hour in-room dining service. Following a tasty meal, guests enjoy a refreshing cocktail and unwind with the aid of in-room and poolside spa services. 3 Reasons To Stay: A Modern and stylish European-style hotel Mr C restaurant features Cipriani classics In-room and poolside spa treatments Mr. C Beverly Hills RoomsGuests wake up to panoramic views of Beverly Hills and downtown Los Angeles at Mr C Beverly Hills. Choose from one of the 137 spacious rooms and suites, which range in area from 365 to 1,165 sq ft. All rooms feature private, furnished balconies and in-room bars. Relax on the Mascioni bed linen and plush pillow-top mattresses and enjoy the pleasure of using Gilchrist & Soames bathroom amenities that are provided for guests. There is handcrafted Italian furniture and it is easy to enjoy a moment of effortless living or lie back and watch the 42-inch flat screen HDTV with international channels. Alternatively, listen to MP3 files courtesy of the docking stations or make use of the complimentary high-speed wireless internet access. Other highlights include marble bathrooms, complete with Mascioni bathrobes and slippers. The staff at Mr C Beverly Hills provide a discreet, personalized in-room dining service. Things To Do: Rodeo Drive (0.2 mi/0.3 km) Santa Monica Boulevard (1.1 mi/1.8 km) Century City (1.1 mi/1.8 km) Sunset Boulevard (3.9 mi/6.3 km) Hollywood/Grauman's Chinese Theatre (4.6 mi/7.4 km) Los Angeles International Airport (11.5 mi/18 km) Policies and fees Cost of room service is not included in hotel fee
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Millennium Biltmore Hotel

4 stars
3.8 / 5 322 reviews
Enjoy Old-World elegance at this famed downtown L.A. landmark Built in 1923 and designed along Continental motifs, Millennium Biltmore Hotel's gilded, ornate architecture is an immersion into a classic, bygone era. From the stately guest rooms and the elegant Rendezvous Court to the landmark Gallery Bar and Cognac Room, the hotel speaks to Los Angeles heritage by way of Old European charm. A Roman-style pool and health club adds to the allure of the hotel. Highlights Historic venue that's hosted kings, presidents and celebritiesExceptional nightlife and dining options include Gallery Bar and La Bisteca Italian steakhouseRoman-style pool and health club Location The Millennium Biltmore Hotel's downtown location means L.A.'s vibrant cultural and financial districts are just blocks away. Nearby freeway access puts major business and tourist destinations within easy reach. Rooms Tones of warm gold, ivory and cream, accented by rich woods and plush drapery highlight each room. The stately furnishings, plantation shutters and marbled bathrooms complete the rooms' impeccable European decor. Each of the hotel's 683 guest rooms come either with a king bed or two double beds, Wi-Fi access (fees apply) and satellite TV with on-demand movies. Upgraded business-class rooms include 42-inch flat screen TVs, radios with MP3 docking stations and wider work desks and credenzas. Features All Millennium Biltmore Hotel guests have complimentary access to the Roman-style indoor pool and health club. For lively Continental dining, try the acclaimed Smeraldi's, and for succulent Italian-style steaks and fresh seafood, La Bisteca is hard to resist. Sai Sai offers exceptional Asian cuisine.   Take a seat at the legendary Gallery Bar or retire to the Cognac Room, with its lovingly preserved early-20th century memorabilia, for world-class cocktails. Groove to terrific jazz and blues standards on Friday and Saturday nights. Transportation Closest Metro Station: Pershing Square (2 blocks)Union Station (9 minutes)Bob Hope Airport (23 minutes)Los Angeles International Airport (23 minutes) Attractions Museum of Contemporary Art (less than 1 mi/1 km)Griffith Park & Observatory (10 mi/17 km)Grauman's Chinese Theater and Hollywood Walk of Fame (8 mi/13 km)Rodeo Drive/Beverly Hills (11 mi/18 km)Santa Monica Pier and Third Street Promenade (15 mi/25 km)Universal Studios Hollywood Theme Park (10 mi/17 km) Business 24-hour full-service business center70,000 square feet of flexible meeting spaceFive ballrooms, nine breakout rooms, exhibit hall and executive boardroomOn-site audio-visual specialists
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Cheap Flights
Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
New York Los Angeles Wed, Oct 22 - Thu, Oct 23 $297
Chicago Los Angeles Wed, Nov 5 - Mon, Nov 10 $247
Washington DC Los Angeles Sat, Nov 1 - Mon, Nov 10 $303
Atlanta Los Angeles Wed, Nov 5 - Mon, Nov 10 $291
Dallas Los Angeles Tue, Sep 30 - Wed, Oct 8 $185
Boston Los Angeles Wed, Nov 12 - Wed, Nov 19 $317
Newark Los Angeles Sat, Nov 1 - Sat, Nov 8 $317
Seattle Los Angeles Sat, Nov 8 - Wed, Nov 19 $177
Honolulu Los Angeles Sun, Nov 9 - Mon, Nov 10 $503
San Francisco Los Angeles Tue, Oct 14 - Wed, Oct 15 $137
Baltimore Los Angeles Wed, Oct 8 - Tue, Oct 14 $362
Fort Lauderdale Los Angeles Fri, Oct 10 - Fri, Oct 17 $235
Denver Los Angeles Sat, Oct 18 - Wed, Oct 22 $98
Philadelphia Los Angeles Wed, Oct 29 - Sat, Nov 1 $342
Orlando Los Angeles Sat, Oct 11 - Thu, Oct 16 $338
Detroit Los Angeles Sat, Oct 18 - Tue, Oct 21 $235
Guadalajara Los Angeles Fri, Oct 31 - Tue, Nov 4 $295
Houston Los Angeles Tue, Oct 7 - Sat, Oct 11 $153
Mexico City Los Angeles Wed, Oct 15 - Sun, Oct 19 $300
Minneapolis Los Angeles Wed, Oct 8 - Sat, Oct 11 $195
Raleigh Los Angeles Thu, Sep 25 - Thu, Oct 2 Check rates
Miami Los Angeles Wed, Oct 15 - Sun, Oct 19 $355
Portland Los Angeles Thu, Oct 16 - Wed, Oct 22 $198
Charlotte Los Angeles Tue, Oct 21 - Wed, Oct 22 $402
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Best time to take a vacation to Los Angeles

  • Best Time to Go

    Los Angeles is known for its year-round warm temperatures, but the ideal time for travelers to plan Los Angeles vacations is during the late fall. In November, the city is relatively smog-free and clear, which offers perfect weather for outdoor excursions and tours. In late summer, hotel rates are quite expensive due to the large number of tourists who come to the area, so the best time to reserve Los Angeles travel accommodations is fall or winter when rates are more affordable. Many of the city’s annual events are held in May, including the Valley Greek Festival and Earth Day WorldFest.

Insider tips for Los Angeles travel

  • Hollyhock House

    Book a public tour of the Hollyhock House, a private residence designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

  • San Gabriel Mission

    Plan a trip to the San Gabriel Mission, a massive church dating back to the late 18th century.

  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    Tour the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, which offers a “Pay What You Want” admission special after 5 p.m. every day.

  • Griffith Park

    Visit Griffith Park, an outdoor green space home to hiking trails, children’s train rides, and the Los Angeles Zoo.

  • Off the Wall

    Enjoy the vintage Hollywood memorabilia at Off the Wall, a novelty museum located on Melrose Avenue.

Los Angeles highlights

  • Los Angeles highlights
  • Griffith Park Observatory

    When people talk about seeing the stars and heavenly bodies on their Los Angeles travels, they're rarely thinking astronomy. To see stellar bodies that have aged naturally, head to Griffith Park Observatory. Entry is free, but for an extra treat you can pay just $7 (even less for students, kids and seniors) for entry to the Samuel Oschin Planetarium.

  • Venice Beach Boardwalk

    If strutting your stuff was an art form, Venice Beach Boardwalk would be a world-class museum. For the cost of a hot dog and a beer, you can spend an afternoon of your Los Angeles vacation watching characters play out their dramas, comedies or action films … at least the ones they're starring in inside their heads.

  • Getty Center

    This museum is famous for a few reasons. Firstly, the art collection is incredible, featuring everything from manuscripts and photographs to paintings and sculptures. Secondly, since the Centre is nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains, the view takes in the LA skyline, the ocean and the Bernardino Mountains. Add to this the fact that entry is free and you've got yourself a date on your Los Angeles vacation.

  • Hollywood Forever Cemetery

    If you're into Old Hollywood, it doesn't get much older than those stars already six feet under – many of whom are resting in peace at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Throughout the summer, patrons can enjoy classic films under the stars. Check out Cinespia's website for show times and details.

  • La Brea Tar Pits

    Forget Jurassic Park – the La Brea Tar Pits are the real deal, with over three million fossils. The pits contain woolly mammoths, saber-toothed tigers and ground sloths that were trapped in the asphalt that's been leaking out of the ground for the past 40,000 years. The exterior of the pits is free to the public, but for a small fee (under $10) you can head into the complex and learn all about the process.

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