Hollywood And Highland Center, Los Angeles
About Hollywood And Highland Center, Los Angeles
Hollywood And Highland Center, Los Angeles - Address
Address: 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028, United States
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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A prime attraction for world tourists and shoppers, the Hollywood and Highland Center of Los Angeles features a giant recreational complex. It accommodates a shopping mall along with entertainment and modernisation sections maintained in large scale.
The Center bears the heritage of the Hollywood Hotel, and the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, along with the internationally famous Dolby Theatre. It is also adjacent to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Its entrance has a magnificent archway designed with sculptures.
The entire Center houses the Highlands nightclub, a bowling court of the Lucky Strike Lanes, along with a large movie theatre and numerous nightclubs, pubs, and restaurants. The numerous stores it accommodates feature fashion articles as well as Hollywood significants and mementoes.
The famous accommodation of the Highland Center is the Grand Ballroom, which is featured in the Oscars Governors Ball. Moreover, it houses the grand Loews Hollywood Hotel.
One of the most happening places in Los Angeles, the Hollywood and Highland Center offers time in recreation and fun. While there are no tickets for Hollywood and Highland Center, you can always go for an extra deal by spending small money. If you buy tickets for Hollywood and Highland Center, you are bound to have some real fun with easy and hassle free access. Tickets for Hollywood and Highland Center tours take you behind the scene, or can also take you to through Hollywood food tours. If you are interested further, you can check out the tickets section for detailed Hollywood and Highland Center ticket prices.
How To reach Hollywood And Highland Center by Public Transport
- Los Angeles MTA (Metro Transit Authority) Red Line stop
Restaurants Near Hollywood And Highland Center
- Highland’s Night Club
- Cabo Wabo Cantina
- Cold Stone Creamery
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This isn't a review on the management but more so the building itself. The management was great I think they were a fantastic representation for the building and the price point they were asking. However with that being said the actual building does not measure up at all to surrounding buildings that are also brand new. The units price is way too high for what they have to offer. Their amenities are good, not great but good. Their rooftop view is actually nice though with a nice view if you look north towards the hills or east towards DTLA. The size and materials used in their units are average but the price of it is far beyond. They expressed they are in a great location and I couldn't disagree more. There will be construction going on in that area in the next year and they also are not really walking distance to any grocery stores that someone who'd be living there would like to shop at. Also there is no night life, clubs, restaurants within close walking distance of the building, no real historical Hollywood landmarks to even see. Also everyone in LA drives, it would take about 15 to 20min to get to any fwy, the nearest being the 101. This place is extremely overpriced being over 3k for a one bed is outrageous mainly because they don't offer anything to make that price make sense. There are several other buildings going up in the next year that have better locations and more for your money so I would hold out if you are currently looking. Also 74 units I believe is what they have there and that was a selling point and I'm sorry its just not a valid enough reason to charge that much at all. I think they need to re-evaluate lower their prices fast before they are unable to fill their units once, Eastown South goes up on Hollywood blvd they will get most of that business. Also for the price you'd pay here, you could live at the Hollywood Proper which is ten times more gorgeous and a full service building.
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