Holiday Inn Express Century City

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

10330 W. Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, California, 90064, United States
Holiday Inn Express Century City
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 64% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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public buses in L/A.

by dunneenid

Hope to return L/A. plan to use flyaway bus from lax to union station. my question is which bus can get me to street/blvd.where walk of fame is. From there I know how to get the 217 bus to get me to cnr Fairfax/ olympic. Thank you Enid

Re: public buses in L/A.

by bocmaxima

No bus, subway/metro. You take the Red Line from Union Station to Hollywood/Highland. The Walk of Fame starts right there at that intersection.

Re: public buses in L/A.

by bocmaxima

Sorry, Hollywood/Vine, not Hollywood/Highland.

Re: public buses in L/A.

by travelgourmet

Actually, the Hollywood Walk of Fame starts at La Brea and Hollywood Blvd. at the Silver Four Ladies of Hollywood Gazebo. See the website that also lists many of the celebrities that are listed on the Walk of Fame: http://www.hollywoodusa.co.uk/walkoffame.htm

Re: public buses in L/A.

by Roadquill

As mentioned, better to take the metro from downtown. There are buses, but most buses go East-West and North-South so from downtown you will need to change. Probably heading West on Wilshire or 6th and then getting off at Highland and taking another but North. The LA metro/bus website can give you the bus numbers and schedule. (of course, I took the bus once and swore I would never do it again... the metro is not bad, but compared to Europe it is rank amateur time) Karl

Travel Tips for Los Angeles

California Aquaduct

by Ewingjr98

The California Aqueduct carries water from 444 miles from the Sacramento area of northern California to the dry areas around Los Angeles in southern California. The aqueduct provides drinking water for 23 million people and irrigation for 755,000 acres of farmland. The aqueduct, along with numerous lakes and reservoirs, is part of the State Water Project. This $1.75 billion project was approved by state voters in 1960, even though some preliminary construction began in 1957 under other mandates.

Today the aqueduct follows Interstate 5 through the San Joaquin Valley for most of its distance across the state. Around Los Angeles, you will see the aqueduct tubes climbing the hills along I-5 feeding water to the city. In the San Joaquin Valley, I-5 also crosses the aqueduct occasionally.

Go to Venice Beach! You could...

by brillo

Go to Venice Beach! You could tour Hollywood and see a whole lot of nuthin. But Hollywood is as fake as it looks on screen. An enormous number of people trying way too hard to get noticed. Venice Beach is as real as it gets. If ever there was a gathering of every type of person imaginable, it would be Venice Beach. Make sure to hang out with the locals at the Sidewalk Cafe. From Venice to Sunset, from Westwood to the Promenade, from Hollywood(blah) to Malibu. There was never a dull moment in LA. If you are bored in LA you are boring.
My fondest memory would have to be at Venice Beach. After a day of sun, beach, and drink we sauntered into the Sidewalk Cafe to mingle and be merry. As the sun began to set and the nightcrawlers emerged from their lairs, someone thought it would be a good idea to indulge in a little co-ed skinny dippin. Emerging from the toxic pool someone thought it would be a good idea to put some money on my willingness to be spontaneous. '$100 says hadley won't streak into the Sidewalk at say hi to our bartender pal, Brian.'
Before the words were out i was off and running. Setting: Friday night, full house, band jammon in the back. I hadn't realized how popular one becomes being the only one in their birthday suit. I completed my task and on returning outside found my companions literaly rolling on the ground. As I was ....
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visit Disneyland in Anaheim,...

by sham

visit Disneyland in Anaheim, Universal Studio, Hollywood, Knott's Berry Farm and drive up to the mountains of San Bernardino and straight to the Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead..you won't regret the two-hour drive. No wonder some of the Americans claim it to be the 'Shangrila of the West'. Sitting by the Lake Arrowhead, watching the fishermen, in icy cold winter ( -4 deg Celcius ).

Los Angeles Farmers Market

by meteorologist1

Los Angeles's historic Farmers Market was better than I expected. Besides the fresh meat and produce that they sell here everyday, there was a large selection of international cuisine here. There are many food stands/restaurants here so bring your appetite! The Farmers Market also has some excellent shops: There are grocery shops, gift and specialty shops, book shops, and clothing shops too. Located at 3rd and Fairfax in Los Angeles.

Keep in mind that L.A. is...

by acemj

Keep in mind that L.A. is probably the most spread out city in the country. You'll find yourself driving all over the place as a tourist, so be prepared for some traffic and to be utterly lost throughout your stay!

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Address: 10330 W. Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, California, 90064, United States