Glitterati Tours of Los Angeles and Beverly Hills for Fall

As summer winds down, the numbers from the board of tourism for Los Angeles haven’t quite been tallied.  By our estimates, it had to have been a record number of guests visiting our amazing city.  Glitterati Tours of Los Angeles had a spectacular summer starting in June, and continuing through this upcoming first week of September.  With most days completely booked, we unfortunately had to turn many last minute requests down.  We remind guests that we book tours from so many directions, including local concierges, referrals from previous visitors, repeat guests, and international travel agents. This summer we documented guests from every state in our nation.  As always, the Australian market is enormous for tours of Los Angeles, with Canada 

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What’s Happening in Los Angeles in December?

No polar vortex here…yet!?  Los Angeles in December is typically dry with cool nights, and a light breeze.  You want a white Christmas…don’t come to L.A.  Glitterati Tours has listed a handful of events to enjoy when in Los Angeles in December.  Remember, pre-book for everything.  This includes hotels, restaurants, studio tours, city tours of L.A., and Broadway-style shows.  While most locals depart for the east coast, and the midwest, the city is still full of visitors and tourists taking advantage of our lively city, and great weather.  Plus, the Rose Bowl games around New Years, bring in approximately 120,000 extra guests. -Into The Woods at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Plays from December 2nd-21st, 2014. -Enjoy 

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Rose Bowl Game and Booking Now for the Holidays

New Years Day is less than 2 months away.  If you’re coming to Los Angeles over the holidays, we stress the importance of booking NOW for your accommodations, dining and entertainment.  Usually starting just after Thanksgiving, tourism picks up big time in Los Angeles.  We’re are a major destination for both domestic and international travelers. With over 92,000 extra guests in town for our Rose Bowl game in Pasadena, hotels in the general vicinity will be booked solid.  Many attendees to the Rose Bowl game prefer to stay in the Hollywood or Beverly Hills area.  It’s approximately 35 minutes west of Pasadena, but also much closer to popular spots like The Grove, The Walk of Fame, Rodeo Drive, Grauman’s Chinese 

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