The Hollywood Roosevelt is located at 7000 Hollywood Boulevard. Since opening its doors in 1927, the hotel has become both a landmark attraction and a popular destination for locals and tourists from around the world.

The MacArthur is a historic part of LA’s architectural and cultural narrative. Built in 1925 in Neo-Gothic architectural style, the building has become a destination for events and filming, housing some of Hollywood’s most memorable scenes.

Two Bunch Palms has been in operation since the 1940s and was known as a discreet hideaway for celebrities, notorious Hollywood gangsters and those seeking healing from its unique lithium-rich hot springs.

One of Los Angeles’ most iconic buildings, The Bradbury is located at 304 South Broadway in downtown LA. It is one of only four office buildings in the city to receive the honor of National Historic Landmark.

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