west hollywood, california
Located between ritzy Beverly Hills and touristy Hollywood, West Hollywood has been rightly dubbed "The Creative City." Bordering Los Angeles, "WeHo" is the place where the arts and fashion rule. The colorful and vibrant gay bars on Santa Monica Boulevard and popular music venues along Sunset Boulevard are ingrained in the city's identity. However, you will find parks, art galleries, and architecturally significant houses inside WeHo's uniquely shaped border.
"The Creative City"
West Hollywood is a glamorous neighborhood that offers adventurous tourists an opportunity to experience a slice of modern Los Angeles life. This trendsetting area boasts the Pacific Design Center and galleries on Melrose Avenue and swanky interior design showrooms and studios along Beverly Boulevard.
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The Chateau Marmont is a hotel with an architectural design inspired by the Château d'Amboise in France. It has been an infamous hotspot, known for hosting celebrities as long-term residents — even while producing famous work.
Situated in the western part of Hollywood Hills, Laurel Canyon is a well known mountainous neighborhood with expansive views. Throughout the late 60s and early 70s, it was home to numerous musicians, such as Frank Zappa, Peter Tork, Buffalo Springfield and Carole King.
This famous and long-standing indie bookshop has been a constant staple for LA bookworms and nerds since 1975. You will find a lot of variety at Book Soup (there are over 60,000 titles), though the space itself is a bit cramped.
Called the "Blue Whale" because of its unique characteristics and layout, the Pacific Design Center is the top resource for interior design trades on the West Coast. With an expansive campus of 1.2 million square feet, the Pacific Design Center is one of the premier multi-use facilities.
Located on the outskirts of West Hollywood, this famous Sunset Strip staple is where Dane Cook and Dave Chappelle once had a competition to determine who could perform the longest. It is also where an audience member recorded Michael Richards and his controversial racist rant on video.
Pink's Hot Dogs
A famous landmark and tourist lunch destination, Pink's Hot Dogs is a quirky LA staple. Aside from the food itself, Pink's is known for its menu items named after celebrities and the interior decor with its many signed celebrity photos.
West Hollywood Park
A small green oasis in the middle of a dense city, West Hollywood Park offers dog-walkers and athletes a place to be in nature and stay active. The park features grassy areas, swimming pool, playground, and sport courts.
West Hollywood Library
The West Hollywood Library is a large and state-of-the-art facility in the middle of the city. Noted for not only its stature, but its aesthetic, it was designed by architects Steve Johnson and James Favaro with murals by Shepard Fairey and Kenny Sharf.
Bars & Restaurants along Santa Monica Blvd
There is no shortage of things to do in West Hollywood — or "WeHo" as it is lovingly called. The walkable stretch of Santa Monica Blvd is densely packed with watering holes and eateries, most of which are very inclusive and LGBTQ+ friendly.
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1884 Laurel Canyon Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90046
1050 N Edinburgh Ave #103
West Hollywood, CA 90046