Book Your Los Angeles Summer Vacations Now

It’s that time of year when Glitterati Tours reminds potential visitors to book their Los Angeles summer vacations NOW! As mentioned in previous posts, tourism across the United States, as of now, is very hard to predict.  Analysts have noted noticeable cancelations or a slow-down in pre-bookings from some of our biggest markets, including Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.  In some cases, this also coincides with a strong dollar, with other world-wide destinations offering up a bigger bang for the buck for travelers. There’s no way to know what summer will bring? It has certainly been an erratic calendar since November.  Even this last month, we had the opposite in scheduling as March came in like a lamb and 

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Discounted Private Los Angeles Tours From Select Hotels

Discounted private Los Angeles Tours now through February 28th, 2017 from select hotels in West Hollywood, Los Angeles and Beverly Hills — 15% off listed rates! Glitterati Tours is proud to work with many of the most luxurious, trendy and hip hotels throughout Hollywood, West Hollywood and Beverly Hills.  Looking for accommodations while in our city?  Check out some of our favorites including The Bel Air Hotel, The London West Hollywood Hotel, The W Hollywood Hotel, Viceroy L’Ermitage Hotel, The Montage Beverly Hills, The SLS Los Angeles, The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, The Mondrian, Loews Hollywood, and the legendary Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.  The concierge desks at these hotels are all phenomenal.  They’ll go above and beyond to 

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Summer L.A. Venues–Hollywood Bowl, Greek Theater, and Ford Theatre

Summer is almost here and it’s the perfect time to start looking for and booking a concert at one of our many spectacular outdoor venues in Los Angeles. See the biggest performers, stage performances and the L.A. Phil on stages such as the Hollywood Bowl, The Greek Theatre, and The John Anson Ford Theatre.  You’re sure to find your favorites, but if history plays a part in your decision, here’s a little bit of that as well… From the Hollywood Bowl website: Hollywood was a small town of only about 5,000 people in 1910. By 1920 the growth of the movie industry had turned the community into a boom town, with a population close to 50,000 and an identity all 

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