Experience West Hollywood Attractions
Los Angeles is the second most populous city in America with a metropolitan population of 18 million people. In the center of Los Angeles is Hollywood, the heart of the film industry and the silver screen. So Los Angeles’ history is closely tied to the significant contributions of mainstream entertainment. However, the City of Angels is much more than just Hollywood. Discover Santa Monica Beach, Griffith Park and Beverly Hills. You will find beaches, mountain hikes and the desert as well as the LA Zoo and amazing shopping. The best way to explore LA is from The Grafton on Sunset.
Our Hotel's Near Wilshire Blvd
A 16-mile long boulevard that crosses Los Angeles’ 5 main business districts, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica; Wilshire Boulevard’s dozens of landmarks include Art Deco architecture marvels like The Majestic Crest Theatre, the Palisades Park overlooking the ocean, and the Ice Age museum the La Brea Tar Pits. For a detailed map of the boulevard and its best stops check out Curating the City.
Unforgettable Scenic Ride at Mulholland Dr
A narrow, two lane road built into the eastern part of the Santa Monica Mountains, Mulholland Drive offers breathtaking views of the Hollywood sign, the San Fernando Valley and downtown Los Angeles. Featured in scores of movies, novels, and songs, driving through Mulholland Drive and its vistas will leave you feeling elated.
Chill in Santa Monica Beach
Famous for being the beach in which Baywatch was filmed, Santa Monica Beach is not only a beach, but an amusement park, a picnic area, a park and a gym. The Santa Monica Pier is a 100-year old landmark decorated by Pacific Park’s roller-coaster and a solar powered Ferris Wheel that make it a truly unique sight.