Holiday Events in Beverly Hills and Hollywood

Since Christmas decorations started popping up before Halloween, we thought it might be a good time to let locals and visitors know about a handful of upcoming holiday events in Beverly Hills and Hollywood: Beverly Hills BOLD Holidays kick off Thursday, November 15th with the Rodeo Drive party and lighting displays throughout the city.  BOLD Holidays will also include evening shopping on Fridays and Saturdays, as well as art installations, entertainment and much more. The Grove in Los Angeles will have their 17th Annual Tree Lighting celebration on November 18th to kick off the holiday season.  Look for a special performance by the CBS “A Home for the Holidays.”  There will also be a snowfall (sans Mother Nature), fireworks, and Santa’s grand arrival. This 

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Beverly Hills and Los Angeles Hotels

It’s never too early to book your Beverly Hills and Los Angeles hotels for the upcoming holidays.  Hotels…as well as studio tours, restaurants, private sightseeing tours, museums, etc…will surely book up during late December and early January.  This can be especially true depending on the two teams that will be playing The Rose Bowl Game in Pasadena on New Years Day.  A few years back, we had Texas vs. Alabama, and the city was full to capacity with red and orange jerseys. Los Angeles is huge, so how do you pick your hotel?  Look at your itinerary and see what your goals are during your stay.  Some guests are literally just in and out of town for a convention or 

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Day of the Dead Festivities in Los Angeles

Halloween festivities in Los Angeles may be wrapping up after the West Hollywood Carnaval parade this evening, October 31st, but Dia De Los Muertos (The Day of the Dead), has yet to be fully celebrated. People move to our city from all over, and it allows us to celebrate and experience cultures from all around the world right here in the heart of Los Angeles. Dia De Los Muertos is one example of how our city honors and celebrates all cultures and traditions – and they definitely celebrate it well! One of the biggest and most well-known traditions for Dia De Los Muertos is the elaborate altars families put together for their ancestors. Throughout the city there are multiple places 

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Visit Los Angeles and Enjoy Diversity

If you’re an international guest planning a trip to America, keep your plans. Yes, social media and news networks are painting our entire country as chaos in the streets.  Like anywhere else in the world, you’ll find a handful of really bad eggs whose goal is to cause disruption and spread hatred.  As most returning visitors from the states will tell you, America is a very friendly country with lots of really kind folks. Los Angeles is a perfect example.  We are a true melting pot of diverse communities within a few dozen square miles. Little Armenia, Chinatown, Korea Town, the heavy populated Jewish communities of Pico and Hancock Park, Little Tokyo, the Persian community of Beverly Hills, Little Ethiopia, gay-friendly and 

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Los Angeles Nightclub Halloween Parties

We’ve done quite a few posts about all things Halloween on our Glitterati Tours LA blog page.  For those looking for last minute things to do and the hottest Los Angeles Nightclub Halloween parties, we’ve compiled this list from promoter Jamie Barren. With Halloween falling on a Wednesday this year, the next few nights over the weekend will see the majority of the major parties at nightclubs and hotels. Here’s a handful of the events happening for Halloween: Friday, October 26th -Playhouse Halloween Friday, The Purge with DJ Vision, 10PM-3AM -Sins of Le Jardin Halloween LA 2018 at Le Jardin, 10PM-2AM -Angels and Demons Halloween Party on the rooftop of the W Hollywood Hotel, 9PM-2AM -Project Nightclub Halloween Friday, 10PM-2AM 

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