When you stay at the Hollywood Celebrity Hotel, you will find how convenient our location is to so many Los Angeles attractions. There are so many things to do and so many places to see. We are just a few minutes walk to Hollywood Blvd, where you can stroll through the Walk of Fame, see the handprints and footprints of celebrities at the TCL Chinese Theatre, and interact with A-List celebrities and Hollywood icons at the new Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. You can easily get to landmarks like Universal Studios, Farmer's Market, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica by car or public transport.


Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
At Madame Tussauds you can see, touch and take photos with all of your favorite celebrities! We've taken down the museum-style ropes and poles so that YOU can get up-close and personal with Hollywood's biggest A-listers. Sit down for breakfast with Audrey Hepburn, dance with Patrick Swayze, ride a bike with everyone's favorite Extraterrestrial friend E.T., be serenaded by Justin Bieber, and shoot hoops with Kobe Bryant. With over 125 figures, there is something for everyone!


TCL Chinese Theatre
The courtyard is famous for the hand and footprints of Hollywood celebrities, dating from 1927 through the present.


Hollywood & Highland Center
Shopping, dining and entertainment center connected to the Kodak Theatre in the heart of Hollywood with numerous attractions and a great view of the Hollywood sign.


Hollywood Bowl
Outdoor amphitheater with a dramatic, state-of-the-art stage, museum and picnic areas.


Universal Studios Hollywood
Immerse yourself in the movie action with the new mega-attraction based on the blockbuster hit movie and TV series, "The Simpsons." Experience pulse-pounding rides and full-sensory attractions like Transformers - The Ride 3-D" and "Revenge Of The Mummy - The Ride."


Universal Citywalk
LA's favorite place to play, CityWalk has more than 25 places to eat, 30 specialty shops, six nightclubs, a new 19-screen movie theater with IMAX, and street entertainment.


Griffith Observatory
Nonprofit educational institution that provides information on astronomy and related sciences to the public. An ambitious $93-million renovation to renew the Observatory's world-class standing and restore and enhance the Observatory's ability to pursue its public astronomy mission was recently completed.


Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive
Rodeo Drive is the world-famous shopping street often recognized as the epicenter of luxury fashion. Three city blocks house more than 100 world-renowned boutiques and hotels.


Farmer's Market / The Grove
Created in 1934 as an open-air produce market, Farmer's Market is a true Los Angeles landmark: great shopping, an amazing array of restaurants, and grocery merchants in an unmistakably authentic atmosphere. With it's beautiful architecture, outdoor grass area, dancing fountain and real working trolley, The Grove is a fantastic LA shopping destination.


Downtown Santa Monica / Third Street Promenade
Bordered by the pacific Ocean and home to Third Street Promenade, an outdoor collection of restaurants, shops and theaters, Santa Monica truly is a must-see when visiting LA.


Venice Beach Boardwalk
Bike on the oceanfront path, catch tricks or daredevil skaters and boarders, watch them pump iron at world-famous Muscle Beach. Take in live music, street performers, unique shops and restaurants.

1775 Orchid Avenue, Hollywood, California 90028
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