Hollywood & Highland Complex in Los Angeles

As we travel down Highland Avenue during our Los Angeles tour from The Hollywood Bowl and the Hollywood sign, guests will ask about the impressive arch on the corner of Hollywood & Highland.  It’s a massive replica based on the Babylon set of the 1916 D.W. Griffith epic, “Intolerance.” Once inside Hollywood & Highland, explore over 70 brand-name retailers and speciality stores like Louis Vuitton, Fossil, Wyland Gallery Hollywood, L’Occitane, SWEET!, Victoria’s Secret, MAC, GAP, Kitson, Hot Topic, Oakley, Skechers and Lucky Brand Jeans. Guests can also enjoy over 25 full-service and fast-casual restaurants such as The Grill on Hollywood, Starbucks, Hard Rock Cafe, Trastevere Ristorante, California Pizza Kitchen, and Cabo Wabo Cantina.  Nightlife can include Lucky Strike Lanes, Dave 

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Tours of the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles

During tours of Los Angeles, Glitterati Tours can provide an introduction to the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  There are just over 2500 stars laid out on the Walk of Fame.  Entertainment professionals in Television, Motion Pictures, Live Theatre, Radio and Recording are eligible to be honored on one of L.A.’s most recognizable landmarks.  This popular stretch primarily travels along Hollywood Boulevard past famous sightseeing locations like The Roosevelt Hotel, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, The Dolby Theatre, Musso & Frank Grill (going strong since 1919), The Egyptian Theatre, the old Warner Bros Theater, and The Pantages.  For a few blocks on Vine, beginning on Sunset Boulevard and heading north towards Capitol Records, look for a few hundred of your favorites, including Garth 

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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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