Top LA Attractions

La La Land. The City of Angels. Whatever you call it, this city has a lot to offer. Here are a few of our favorites. If you need help in deciding how to spend your day, our concierge will be more than happy to help you curate your excursion.

Staples Center

STAPLES Center hosts world-class sports and entertainment events and has been named Arena of the Year two years in a row. Home of the world champion L.A. Lakers, L.A. Clippers, and L.A. Kings, the arena has also hosted the Democratic National Convention, US Figure Skating Championships, and an array of concerts.

Microsoft Theater

Formerly known as the Nokia Theatre, Microsoft Theater is home to one of the largest indoor stages in North America. The venue has played host to numerous awards shows (Including the ESPYs, BET Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, and Primetime Emmys), as well as performance programs like American Idol, and numerous landmark live events.

The Novo by Microsoft

The former Club Nokia is now The Novo by Microsoft. In the Spanish language, “Novo” means, “to make new.” And that’s what The Novo is all about: Bringing fresh, new and up-and-coming talent to Los Angeles audiences. The venue also hosts parties, corporate events, and other high-energy affairs, all in an exciting setting filled with the latest in audio and visual technology.


The Grammy Museum is a one-of-a-kind celebration of the best and brightest of the recording industry. This exciting destination is filled with four floors of interactive exhibits, documentary films and memorabilia from music’s most famous and accomplished stars. It’s equal parts education, inspiration, and celebration. A Los Angeles must-see!

Regal Cinemas LA LIVE Stadium 14

The premier L.A. venue for seeing Hollywood’s top releases, just down the road from where they’re produced. Regal Cinemas LA LIVE Stadium 14 is one of the country’s most advanced movie houses, featuring cutting-edge “4DX” movie-enhancement technology to make you feel like you’re right in the middle of all the action.

Walt Disney Concert Hall

The Walt Disney Concert Hall is the home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Designed by architect Frank Gehry, it is known to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world. The stainless steel curves of the exterior make the concert hall an internationally recognized architectural landmark.

Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium has played home to its eponymous team since their move from Brooklyn, New York in 1962. As one of the most storied, venerated “home fields” in Major League Baseball, the Stadium has also served as the setting for MLB’s All-Star Game, several World Series games, and even as an exhibition venue during the 1984 Summer Olympics.

The Greek Theater

Situated in the shadow of the famous Griffith Observatory, L.A.’s Greek Theatre is a legendary outdoor amphitheater that’s been in operation since 1931. Primarily home to classical music performances, theatre shows and rock concerts, “The Greek” has also served as the graduation venue for many of the area’s educational institutions.


Simply put, Hollywood is nothing short of the epicenter of the global entertainment industry. Famous the world over for being the home of movie studios, record companies and modeling agencies, tourists and fame-seekers alike flock to Hollywood in droves to see, be seen, and maybe even get discovered. While here, visit the legendary Walk of Fame, Hollywood and Highland, and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.

Beverly Hills/Rodeo Drive

Take a drive through Beverly Hills, and visit some of the most lavish real estate properties in the country. Long home to glamorous stars, wealthy elite and powerful movers and shakers, Beverly Hills stuns with west-coast opulence. While there, visit the exclusive luxury shops on famous Rodeo Drive, and rub elbows with the rich and famous.