A Love Letter to Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

A Love Letter to Los Angeles and Beverly Hills Of course, this is actually sending love to the entire world right now during these unprecedented times.  It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and sadly, we all won the lottery. Tourism in Los Angeles has taken a hit several times in recent years, whether it’s the nearby fires, flight bans, or an earthquake or two.  But there’s never been anything quite like CoVID-19.  Hospitality industries have taken the early brunt of this, whether you work with airlines, travel agencies, tourism, nightclubs, hotels, music venues, restaurants, or bars.  But truly, it has trickled down to each and every one of us. Hats off to those still working in deliveries, the medical field (nurses should 

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Enjoy a Staycation in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

As the current COVID-19 fears grip the world, and more travel restrictions are popping up daily, there’s plenty of options for Californians to minimize their exposure to the coronavirus. We are getting into our very busy Spring Break period, and we’ve already heard from some of our guests that are concerned about canceled travel arrangements.  This goes for those arriving by cruise ship, planes and trains.  Most aren’t so worried about the virus itself, but rather getting quarantined or stranded. That being said, many of our most recent bookings are from those in our own backyard that originally had more ambitious travel plans, but have decided to pack the family into a car, travel up or down the coast, and 

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Is It Safe to Visit Los Angeles During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Is L.A. safe from the coronavirus?  No place on earth is currently safe from Covid-19, but as we write this, there’s approximately 15 cases in the entire state of California.  A recent case involves an individual in Northern California, approximately 7 hours north of Los Angeles and Hollywood. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, with cooperation with The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released the following: The risk from the novel coronavirus 2019 to spread in Los Angeles County residents is deemed to be low at this time. We also grabbed some great general advice and perspectives from Colleen S. Kraft, MD, MSc regarding the virus: We touch our face with our hands, including our 

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Britney Spears The Zone LA

Like it or not – Britney Spears is an icon. While she may have had a few rough patches here and there (leave Britney alone!), she has come out with some killer music and iconic videos. The pop princess may have put her Vegas show on hold, but fans have a unique opportunity to experience Britney in a much more close-up and personal way. Just across the street from the popular Los Angeles Original Farmers Market and outdoor shopping complex, The Grove L.A., a Britney pop up has, well, popped up inside of a repurposed department store. The building is huge and features sets rebuilt from iconic Britney videos as well as curated items (donated by Britney herself), for fans enjoy. Have 

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The Break Up Bar Los Angeles

Valentine’s Day is great in theory, but you definitely aren’t alone if you are annoyed with the greeting card holiday. While it may be frustrating if you find yourself unwantedly alone this Valentine’s Day, you can at least be together with other loners at a clever pop up bar on Melrose Avenue. L.A. brings you the Break Up Bar this Valentine’s season. The bar is designed for those singles with a broken heart, or happy to be free from any commitment. A ticket to get in comes with a complimentary sparkling wine flight – but the real highlight of the bar is its clever handcrafted cocktails. With names such as ​A Cold Day In Hell, Ghosted, or I Dealt With 

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Due to the uncertainty of CoVID-19, and to protect our guests and employees, Glitterati Tours will temporarily suspend all excursions until further notice.

Please check back for any future updates. Thank you, and STAY HEALTHY WORLD!