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Quality Inn Hollywood Silver Lake & Suites is two miles from downtown Los Angeles and three miles from the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

With a sweeping view of the famous “Hollywood” sign, this multi-level boutique style Silver Lake property, sculpted into a hillside, treats guests to a panorama of the rolling hills and valleys of southern California’s varied terrain. Downtown Los Angeles is within two miles.

Quality Inn and Suites Hollywood Silver Lake & Suites Los Angles offers an outdoor swimming pool, spa tub, complimentary high-speed Internet access in the hotel’s public areas, and business center.

The hotel has an on-site car rental service. A complimentary breakfast buffet is provided each morning.

Guestrooms at Hollywood Silver Lake Hotel & Suites Los Angles offer complimentary high-speed Internet access, cable/satellite TV, and multi-line phones with voice mail.

Coffee/tea makers, and DVD players are included. Irons/ironing boards and hair dryers are also provided. A complimentary newspaper is delivered each morning.

These rooms are comfortable and well decorated and many have in-room Spa and have black-out curtains to ensure that you get the very best night's sleep possible. There are also two room business suites with microwave, wet bar and refrigerator. The five level hotel is located on a hillside overlooking Hollywood, and remains central to most L.A. attractions. When you are done sightseeing or working for the day, be sure to relax by the heated pool or work up a sweat in the fitness center, free to all guests.

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Rooms :Guestrooms at Hollywood Silver Lake Hotel & Suites Los Angles offer complimentary high-speed Internet access, cable/satellite TV, and multi-line phones with voice mail.

Dining :For fine dining , Los Angeles once ranked among the world's big city bargains , with stiff competition keeping a lid on costs at many upscale establishments. But waves of visitors from far-flung corners accustomed to higher prices have spawned significant cost creep on L.A. menus. Fortunately, first-class ethnic restaurants in abundant supply remain suitable for tighter budgets. Los Angeles also has a reputation for catapulting its top chefs like Wolfgang Puck onto the international culinary stage, assuring that innovation remains a standard on local menus. As a culinary melting pot, items from persimmons and wasabi are no longer limited to the ethnic or fusion cuisine scene. For that matter, just “going out for Mexican in L.A.” often leads to consideration of which region to choose -- Oaxacan to Yucatan. Reservations are recommended at most high-end restaurants. Some dining enclaves allow smoking at outdoor tables .DiningGuide Los Angeles is part of MetroGuide Los Angeles .

Airport X: Close to LAX along with attractions and downtown Los Angeles.

Convention Center: The World-Class Los Angeles Convention Center is one of the most efficiently designed and technologically advanced convention and exhibition facilities in the world.Our trademark glass and steel pavilions, which house the exhibition halls, towers and lobbies are conveniently linked by a meeting room concourse forming a grand unified center. With a total of 720,000 square feet of exhibition and 147,000 square feet of meeting room space, the Los Angeles Convention Center provides a preeminent setting for any event.

Universal Studios

Universal offers daily 1-hour tram tours of its studio lot as part of the general admission price to the amusement park, which is open from 9am to 7pm in the summer and from 10am to 6pm in the winter.

Six Flags California - Magic Mountain & Hurrican Harbor

Magic Mountain daily Apr to Labor Day, and weekends and holidays the rest of the year; Hurricane Harbor daily Memorial Day to Labor Day, weekends May and Sept, closed Oct-Apr. Both parks open at 10:30am, and closing hours vary btw. 6pm and midnight. Magic Mountain $60 adults, $30 children under 48 in. high, free for kids 2 and under; Hurricane Harbor $30 adults, $21 children under 48 in. high, free for kids 2 and under; 2-park combo ticket $70. Magic Mountain Pkwy. (off Golden State Fwy. [I-5 N]), Valencia. 661/255-4100, 818/367-5965.

Santa Monica Pier

Built in 1908 for passenger and cargo ships, the Santa Monica Pier does a pretty good job of recapturing the glory days of Southern California. The wooden wharf is now home to seafood restaurants and snack shacks, a touristy Mexican cantina, a gaily colored turn-of-the-20th-century indoor wooden carousel (which Paul Newman operated in The Sting ), and an aquarium filled with sharks, rays, octopus, eels, and other local sea life. Summer evening concerts, which are free and range from big band to Miami-style Latin, draw crowds, as does the small amusement area perched halfway down. Its name, Pacific Park (tel. 310/260-8744; www.pacpark.com), hearkens back to the granddaddy pier amusement park in California, Pacific Ocean Park; this updated version has a solar-powered Ferris wheel, a mild-mannered roller coaster, and 10 other rides, plus a high-tech arcade shootout. But anglers still head to the end to fish, and nostalgia buffs to view the photographic display of the pier's history. This is the last of the great pleasure piers, offering rides, romance, and perfect panoramic views of the bay and mountains.

The pier is about a mile up Ocean Front Walk from Venice; it's a great round-trip stroll. Parking is available for $6 to $8 on both the pier deck and the beachfront nearby. Limited short-term parking is also available. For information on twilight concerts (generally held Thurs btw. mid-June and the end of Aug), call tel. 310/458-8900 or visit www.santamonicapier.org.

The Hollywood Sign

These famous 50-foot-high white sheet-metal letters have come to symbolize the movie industry and the city itself. Officially completed in 1978, the 450-foot-long installation is now protected by a fence and motion detectors. The best view is from down below, at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Bronson Avenue. Tip: It may look like it on a map, but Beachwood Drive does not lead to the sign. If you want to reach the sign on foot, it requires a rather arduous 5-mile round-trip hike on the Brush Canyon Trail in Griffith Park -- the trail head is at the end of Canyon Drive. For more information call the Griffith Park headquarters at tel. 323/913-4688 .

La Brea Tar Pits & Page Museum

An odorous swamp of gooey asphalt oozes to the earth's surface in the middle of Los Angeles. No, it's not a low-budget horror-movie set -- it's La Brea Tar Pits, a truly bizarre primal pool on Museum Row where hot tar has been bubbling from the earth for more than 40,000 years. Mon-Fri 9:30am-5pm; Sat-Sun 10am-5pm (museum). 5801 Wilshire Blvd. 323/934-7243. Museum admission $7 adults, $4.50 seniors 62 and older and students with ID, $2 children ages 5-12, free for kids 4 and under; free for everyone the 1st Tues of every month.

Los Angeles Zoo & Griffith Park

Regular hours are 10am to 5pm. The Zoo is open every day of the year except December 25. Please note that the Zoo starts putting animals in for the night at 4pm. Ticket sales cease one hour prior to closing time. 5333 Zoo Dr, Griffith Park. 323/644-4200. Admission $10 adults, $7 seniors 62 and over, $5 kids ages 2-12, free for children 1 and under.

Farmers Market & The Grove

Mon-Thurs 10am-9pm; Fri-Sat 10am-10pm; Sun 11am-8pm. 6333 W. 3rd St, At Fairfax Ave, Hollywood. 888/315-8883, 323/900-8080. Now entering its 8th decade, the original market was little more than an empty lot with wooden stands set up by farmers during the Depression so they could sell directly to city dwellers. Eventually, permanent buildings grew up, including the trademark shingled 10-story clock tower. Today the place has evolved into a sprawling marketplace with a carnival atmosphere, a kind of "turf" version of San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. About 70 restaurants, shops, and grocers cater to a mix of workers from the CBS Television City complex, locals, and tourists brought here by the busload. Retailers sell greeting cards, kitchen implements, candles, and souvenirs, but everyone comes for the food stands, which offer oysters, hot doughnuts, Cajun gumbo, fresh-squeezed orange juice, corned beef sandwiches, fresh-pressed peanut butter, and all kinds of international fast foods. You can still buy produce here -- it's no longer a farm-fresh bargain, but the selection's better than at the grocery store. Don't miss Kokomo (tel. 323/933-0773 ), a "gourmet" outdoor coffee shop that has become a power breakfast spot for showbiz types. Red turkey hash and sweet-potato fries are the dishes that keep them coming back. The seafood gumbo and gumbo ya ya at the Gumbo Pot (tel. 323/933-0358 ) are also very popular.

Norton Simon Museum of Art

Named for a food-packing king and financier who reorganized the failing Pasadena Museum of Modern Art, the Norton Simon displays one of the finest private collections of European, American, and Asian art in the world (and yet another feather in the cap of architect Frank Gehry, who redesigned the interior space). Comprehensive collections of masterpieces by Degas, Picasso, Rembrandt, and Goya are augmented by sculptures by Henry Moore and Auguste Rodin, including The Burghers of Calais, which greets you at the gates. Wed-Mon noon-6pm (Fri until 9pm). 411 W. Colorado Blvd, Pasadena. 626/449-6840. Admission $8 adults, $4 seniors, free for students and kids 17 and under; free for everyone the 1st Fri of each month 6-9pm.

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