Focus on LA
Come and Enjoy the new Downtown LA (DTLA), with world leading entertainment, shopping, restaurants, museums and arts, as well as the best health and wellness centers all at your fingertips.
Endless entertainment options suit travelers of all ages. Our properties are a short distance to the infamous L.A Live, amazing restaurants and the Staples Center, where you can enjoy an amazing dinner or have a ball at a Lakers/Clippers game! Enjoy a performance from the Globe Theater, Ahmanson theater, or Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Enjoy effortless dinner reservations for the most delicious restaurants Los Angeles has to offer including Botegga Louie, Fig & Olive, Flemings Prime Steakhouse, Morton’s Steakhouse, Joey’s DTLA, Katsuya, Wokcano, and tons more.
Downtown Los Angeles Must See Attractions
L.A. Fashion District
Grand Central Market
El Pueblo de Los Ángeles
L.A. Conservancy Walking Tour
L.A. City Hall
(27th floor observation deck)
The Broadway Theater
Spring Arcade Building
Downtown Art Walk
L.A. Flower Market
Angels Flight (Trolly)
Pershing Square Park
(34th floor Drinks at
Los Angeles Area Museums
Museum of Contemporary Art
Geffen at MOCA
The Grammy Museum
FIDM Fashion Museum
The Broad Museum
The Music Center
(Disney Concert Hall, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Mark Taper Forum)
For Families & Kids
Hit up Chinatown
Chinatown is one of the most kid-friendly destinations in the downtown area. Whether you go for Sunday morning dim sum or a late-evening dinner, the restaurants are mostly casual, family-centric environments. If you're stopping by for a mid-afternoon stroll, there are plenty of places to pop in for a snack. Toy vendors are all over Chinatown. There is also no shortage of confetti blasters, a must-buy item, in the neighborhood.
Visit the Japanese American National Museum
The Japanese American National Museum is a wonderful museum near Little Tokyo's Gold Line Station. The museum has hosted an eclectic range of art exhibitions, such as the now-traveling “Hello! Exploring the Supercute World of Hello Kitty” and West L.A. gallery Giant Robot's Biennale shows. The museum also has the ongoing exhibition, “Common Ground: The Heart of Community” which documents the history of Japanese-Americans. The museum hosts frequent
events including Free Family Days.
Learn about animals and history in one spot
Technically, the Natural History Museum is in West Adams, but this Exposition Park learning center is worth the trip a little bit farther south. Whether your child has a passion for dinosaurs,
birds or bugs, you can encourage their curiosity and learn together here. But critters aren't the only focus. Check out the “Becoming L.A.” and “Ancient Latin American Art” exhibitions to learn history too. In 2015, “Mummies” brought together ancient remains and modern technology to better understand lives that existed thousands of years ago. Regular activities include gallery tours and nature walks.