Los Angeles City Guide

Los Angeles, the sprawling metropolis of Southern California, is synonymous with entertainment, cultural diversity, and outdoor recreation. There’s so much to explore, from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood to the vibrant neighborhoods of Koreatown and Little Tokyo. Visitors can soak up the sun on iconic beaches like Santa Monica and Venice, tour world-class museums such as the Getty Center and LACMA, or cheer on their favorite teams at sporting events hosted in top-notch venues like the Staples Center and Dodger Stadium. With its diverse array of attractions, from iconic landmarks to natural wonders, Los Angeles offers something for everyone to explore and enjoy.


Hollywood sign on greenery with blue sky

Start your journey in the heart of the entertainment industry. Walk along the Hollywood Walk of Fame, snap a photo with the iconic Hollywood Sign, and tour the historic TCL Chinese Theatre. Don't miss the chance to visit the Dolby Theatre, home to the annual Academy Awards ceremony.

Beverly Hills

Sign saying Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills

Indulge in luxury shopping along Rodeo Drive, where designer boutiques and upscale shops line the palm tree-lined streets. Explore the opulent estates of the Beverly Hills neighborhood and take a guided celebrity homes tour to catch a glimpse of the rich and famous.

Santa Monica

Santa Monica beach pier and ferris wheel with lots of people enjoying a sunny day there

Head to Santa Monica for a day of sun, sand, and surf. Relax on the famous Santa Monica Pier, ride the iconic Ferris wheel, and stroll along the bustling Third Street Promenade, filled with shops, restaurants, and street performers.

Venice Beach

Skateboarder doing a trick in the air with lots of people watching at Venice Beach in California

Experience the eclectic vibes of Venice Beach, known for its bohemian spirit and colorful boardwalk. Watch more street performers, browse local artwork, and soak in the laid-back atmosphere. Don't forget to take a stroll along the Venice Canals for a peaceful retreat away from the crowds.

Griffith Park

Hikers in Griffith Park close to Los Angeles at golden hour

Escape the urban hustle and bustle at Griffith Park, one of the largest urban parks in the United States. Explore the park's hiking trails, picnic areas, and cultural attractions, including the Los Angeles Zoo and the Greek Theatre. Hike to the iconic Griffith Observatory for panoramic views of the city skyline and the Hollywood Sign – view interactive exhibits on astronomy and space science, catch a show at the Samuel Oschin Planetarium, and even observe the stars through telescopes at night.

Downtown LA

Downtown Los Angeles buildings with mountains covered in snow behind

Discover the cultural hub of Downtown LA, where historic landmarks blend with modern skyscrapers. Visit the vibrant Grand Central Market for a diverse selection of food vendors, explore the street art in the Arts District, and tour iconic landmarks like the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Bradbury Building. Level Downtown Los Angeles - South Olive is conveniently located in the heart of the city, steps to Grand Hope Park and minutes away from the LA Live, Crypto.com Arena.


Aerial view of Malibu with blue water and white sand on sunny day

Escape to the picturesque coastal enclave of Malibu for sun, surf, and stunning scenery. Relax on pristine beaches like Zuma Beach and Surfrider Beach, explore the rugged beauty of Point Dume State Beach, and dine at oceanfront restaurants overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

Olvera Street

Mexican wrestling masks in Olvera Street Los Angeles

Step back in time at Olvera Street, often referred to as the birthplace of Los Angeles. This historic Mexican marketplace, located in Downtown LA, features colorful shops selling traditional Mexican goods, authentic restaurants serving delicious cuisine, and cultural events celebrating the city's Latino heritage.

Sunset Boulevard

Sign saying Sunset Bl in Los Angeles

Stretching from Downtown LA to the Pacific Coast Highway, Sunset Boulevard is one of the city's most iconic thoroughfares. Drive along Sunset Strip to see legendary music venues, trendy boutiques, and historic landmarks like the Chateau Marmont.

Art District

Graffiti in Downtown Los Angeles Art District

Wander through the streets of the Art District, and you'll encounter vibrant street art adorning building facades and alleyways. From large-scale murals to intricate graffiti, the area serves as a canvas for local and international street artists to express themselves.

The Original Farmers Market

Farmers' Market in Downtown Los Angeles

Since 1934, the Original Farmers Market at Third and Fairfax has been a beloved gathering place for locals and visitors alike. Sample gourmet foods, shop for fresh produce, and explore a wide array of eateries offering everything from artisanal cheese to international cuisine - and there's even live music every Sunday from 9am - 3pm. This historic farmers market is located a short drive or a 15-minute walk from Level LA’s three properties.