The hypnotic mix of high style and low key - and the constant sunny temperatures – define the City of Angels. These insider tips will take the stress out of planning a holiday to the capital of cool.
Travelling to LA for business? Here’s where to check in.
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Scratch beneath the surface of this glitzy city and you’ll find its real stars.
Spread the word, Muggles!
Where to eat, play and stay in this eclectic beachfront city.
Turn down the sweeping driveway of The Langham Huntington, Pasadena LA and suddenly your transported from the hustle and bustle of the city to a tranquil oasis.
Cool, contemporary and convenient, these three new hotels have it all covered.
Five places to splurge in The City of Angels.
Steeped in history, this hotel hosted the likes of Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe, and is still the spot where “new Hollywood” comes to party.
The grey-slate shingled hotel is reminiscent of an intimate Hamptons getaway.
If the kids are sick of staring at Old Masters, give traditional galleries a miss for these offbeat picks around the globe.
This gallery-like boutique in LA is a must.
Downtown is the hottest area in LA right now, and The Standard Downtown is its beating heart.
Foodies flock to Santa Monica market, held Wednesdays and Saturdays in the downtown area, Saturdays at Pico Boulevard and Sundays on Main Street.
The Ritz-Carlton is the only luxury hotel in downtown LA and boasts a rooftop pool, spa and restaurant helmed by chef Wolfgang Puck.
The landmark 1905-built Malibu Pier was given a new lease on life when Malibu Farm, a café focused on healthy and local produce, opened at its furthermost tip.
Australian actress Grace Huang spends much of her year living in Los Angeles. And when she's not working, she's shopping. Here are her favourite places to splash out.
Head to WP24 for a panoramic vista of LA – the glittering views inspired the restaurant’s sexy interior designed by Manhattan-based iCrave.
San Diego doesn’t flaunt its romantic side though there’s plenty of it to discover.
Buckle up on these theme parks thrillers.
Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant and Grace Kelly all sought solace at this enchanting retreat.
Be delighted by this quintessentially American theme park experience.
The dishes served by this upscale chain of Japanese-inspired restaurants match the stunning Philippe Starck interiors.
Paper aficionados and those who still pen traditional “thank you” notes will love Sugar Paper.
This institution has hosted many LA “debuts”: in 1968, for Joni Mitchell; in 1969, Neil Diamond.
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