L.A. TOUR DU JOUR
Explore L.A.’s hidden jewels from the windows of a luxury mini-coach or even a Jaguar in this unique and luxurious VIP tour. Not only will they give you all the fascinating facts about the L.A.’s famous landmarks, you’ll be treated to special surprises and amenities designed to make your tour truly unforgettable. Create a customized itinerary and discover the true essence of this fascinating world-class city.
Experience “The Happiest Place on Earth” – an enchanted kingdom of fantasy and imagination, classic family-friendly attractions and magical entertainment, dining and shopping. From the charm of Main Street to the whimsy of Mickey’s Toontown, explore eight fantastic “lands” of nostalgia, color and delight and let your imagination run free in a magic kingdom where dreams really do come true.
A full day of action-packed entertainment all in one place: Universal Studios Hollywood. With thrilling park rides and shows, a real working movie studio (ask the concierge to arrange a VIP tour), a variety of shops and restaurants and all-new cinemas at CityWalk.
A world-class arena for sports and entertainment events and the home of five professional sports franchises: the NBA Lakers and Clippers, NHL Kings, AFL Avengers and the WNBA Sparks. The venue is also an acclaimed host for other high-profile events, concerts and performances of national and international distinction.
One of the largest natural amphitheaters in the world, the Hollywood Bowl seats almost 18,000 people. Since opening in 1922 it has been the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and in 1991 gave its name to a resident ensemble with an important role in the musical life of Southern California, the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. Presenting musical magic beneath the stars from all genres, the Bowl has become the place to dine, with thousands of pre-concert picnickers enjoying the romance of those balmy summer evenings.
WALT DISNEY CONCERT HALL
L.A.’s headliner is without doubt The Walt Disney Concert Hall. Designed by acclaimed L.A.-based architect Frank Gehry, the $275-million masterpiece stages performances by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and touring performers throughout the year.