Welcome to West Hollywood & Mid-City


Mid-City, to the south and east, encompasses the Miracle Mile (home to some of the best museums in the west), the Orthodox-Jewish-meets-hipster Fairfax district and the legendary rock, punk and vintage shopping strip of Melrose Ave.


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$93.99 Transfers & Ground Transport

Los Angeles to Las Vegas Luxury Transfer Service

Sit back, relax and recline your seat, adjust your foot rest, tray table and headrest as you begin your journey.  You'll immediately notice the beautiful decor, professionalism and cleanliness on board as your air ride bus pulls away from the terminal. A full length feature movie will be played so you can either enjoy the film, catch up on your reading, enjoy the sightseeing or take a nap. You'll arrive relaxed, refreshed and ready to enjoy your Las Vegas visit!Important -- Pickup is only available from the follow locations: Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel: 7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028 Ramada Plaza West Hollywood Hotel: 8585 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Westin Bonaventure: 404 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90071

$139 Tours & Sightseeing

The Ultimate Los Angeles Bike Tour

“Voted the #1 bike tour in Los Angeles.   The best way to experience LA!” Yes! That is what USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times and ABC-TV have all called this amazing adventure. This Los Angeles bike tour begins on the legendary Route 66 in West Hollywood, then goes through Beverly Hills and Bel-Air where you'll pedal past the extravagant and incredible celebrity palaces the Hollywood stars call home. Up next are LA’s world-famous beach towns of Santa Monica & Venice where you'll stop for lunch on the beach and then explore the famous Venice Canals.   After lunch, you’ll bike through Marina Del Rey & Culver City for a bike-by of the historic movie studios that put the City of Angels on the world map. There is time to rest with several breaks, including lunch on the beach and several walking tours along the way. This 32-mile, 6-hour excursion, which lets you enjoy the very best of LA leaving no sight unseen is definitely worthy of “bucket list” inclusion.

$339.99 Multi-day & Extended Tours

3-Day Las Vegas and Grand Canyon Tour from Los Angeles

This 3-day journey allows you lots of independent time to discover Las Vegas and ensures you see the highlights of the Grand Canyon. With pickup and drop-off, two nights of lodging and a buffet lunch included, this tour offers an easy and relaxing escape from Los Angeles.Important -- Pickup is only available from the follow locations: Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel: 7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028 Ramada Plaza West Hollywood Hotel: 8585 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Westin Bonaventure: 404 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90071

$149 Tours & Sightseeing

LA Tour: Santa Monica, Venice Beach, Hollywood, Beverly Hills

Meet your guide in central Los Angeles to begin your full-day tour of the city's top attractions and suburbs by air-conditioned minivan. You’ll begin with a morning tour of LA beaches followed by an afternoon tour of the landmarks of Hollywood and Beverly Hills. Your first destination is the century-old Santa Monica Pier, which provides expansive views of the sandy coastline and the Pacific Ocean. Learn about the history of the amusement rides before taking a stroll along the Third Street Promenade, an open-air shopping district filled with boutiques and name-brand stores in downtown Santa Monica.Back aboard the minivan, drive to another waterfront favorite — the Venice Beach Boardwalk, birthplace of extreme skateboarding and a hotbed of counter-culture quirkiness. Enjoy people watching and soak up the bohemian vibe as you admire more ocean views and watch the many street performers. Your guide will regale you with stories about Venice’s former inhabitants like Jim Morrison while you take note of Muscle Beach's eccentric crowd.Next, take a 1-hour break for lunch (own expense) at The Grove shopping center next to LA's popular Farmers Market, and then start the afternoon portion of your tour.Learn about the entertainment industry en route to Hollywood, where you’ll set eyes on the Dolby Theatre (formerly known as the Kodak Theatre), home to the Academy Awards. Stop at the opulent TCL Chinese Theatre (formerly called Grauman’s Chinese Theatre) on the historic Hollywood Walk of Fame, where more than 2,500 stars line the sidewalk. Pass the 4,310-acre (1,740-hectare) Griffith Park and the restored movie palace of El Capitan Theatre, and enjoy views of the downtown skyline and the Hollywood Sign, a cultural icon marking the Hollywood Hills.As you drive down the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, glimpse the Viper Room — a legendary nightclub — and the world-famous Whiskey a Go Go, former host to rock bands like Led Zeppelin and The Doors. Cruise past the notorious Chateau Marmont, a celebrity favorite, on Sunset Boulevard as you make your way to Beverly Hills.While you drive down the palm-lined avenues, your guide will point out the mansions of the rich and famous, as well as the legendary hotels they frequent like the Beverly Hilton, the Beverly Hills Hotel and the Beverly Wilshire, featured in the movie Pretty Woman. Then cruise down Rodeo Drive and past the designer stores of the Golden Triangle on Wilshire Boulevard.Your tour ends when you return to your starting point.

$49 Tours & Sightseeing

Los Angeles City Tour By Night

Join this one-of-a-kind adventure on the Los Angeles City Tour by Night! L.A. comes alive after sunset like no other city in the world, with stunning twilight vistas and an unmistakable air of mystery and romance.This tour begins in the heart of Hollywood and features four full hours of sightseeing enjoyment. You'll visit the newly revitalized and better than ever, Downtown LA. Los Angeles truly shines at night. Enjoy famous sights including the Staples Center, Microsoft Theater, Walt Disney Concert Hall, and some of Southern California's oldest neighborhoods. Head to the summit of Griffith Park for a beautiful panoramic view of the city at the spot where key scenes in the classic James Dean movie Rebel Without a Cause were shot. Home to the legendary nightclubs and music venues, West Hollywood's Sunset Strip is the center of the action, every night of the week. Finally, you'll get to bask in the luxury and opulence of Beverly Hills, where you'll find some of the world's most stylish boutiques and beautiful mansions.This tour also includes a visit to The Grove/Farmers Market, Century City's Avenue of the Stars, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and much more. During the high season, you'll also have an incredible photo opportunity at the world-famous Hollywood Sign. 

$79 Tours & Sightseeing

Grand Tour of Los Angeles

Hop on the coach and meet your guide, who provides interesting and amusing commentary about Los Angeles and its movie history throughout your sightseeing tour. Start on Hollywood Boulevard, where you'll see the 200 cement handprints at the TCL Chinese Theatre, stroll down the Hollywood Walk of Fame and pass by Dolby Theatre, home to the Academy Awards. Continue through town for a photo op of the Hollywood Sign, built in 1923 and considered a national monument, and see the Studios at Paramount in West Hollywood and the CBS television studios. (If you're on the morning tour, you'll also visit the Hollywood Bowl, an amphitheater that has hosted musicians from Judy Garland to the Beatles.)Cruise along Melrose Avenue, down the nightclub-strewn Sunset Strip and past the famous landmarks of Beverly Hills. See the Miracle Mile, which stretches over several blocks on Wilshire Boulevard, home to the LA County Museum of Art, and hop off your coach to explore glitzy Rodeo Drive on foot.Next, view the highlights of downtown Los Angeles, including Chinatown, the Staples Center, Our Lady Cathedral and the Nokia Theatre located at LA Live. Enjoy 10- to 25-minute stops at Olvera Street, site of Avila Adobe, dating back to 1818; Walt Disney Concert Hall, designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry; and La Brea Tar Pits, known for its Ice Age fossils recovered from natural asphalt deposits.Your tour includes a 1-hour stop at The Grove and The Farmer's Market, which boasts more than 140 shops, restaurants, markets and cafes where you can grab some lunch or snacks (own expense). It’s located next to the Farmers Market, LA’s largest open-air market, founded in 1934. Your tour ends with either hotel drop-off or return to the starting point on Hollywood Boulevard.