Lost in Los Angeles? - A Guide on Places to See in LA

What areas in Los Angeles are best recommended by A-Listers in Hollywood? Check out this guide to get to know your favorite Hollywood star's go-to wellness center, your famous director's favorite restaurant, and your renowned artist's beauty salon in our round-up.

Hotels to Stay In

The Sunset Strip is where much of Hollywood's action is. Rows of Hollywood's best high-end hotels, Instagram-worthy restaurants, and the most exclusive clubs fill this area. You can also go and book a poolside bungalow at the Chateau Marmont. The Chateau Marmont has great custom made security doors for their hotel. Their porch overlooks Sunset Boulevard.

The sunset strip in Los Angeles is full of things to do and places to stay.

Hungry? Check out these Restaurants

LA has become a gourmet oasis. For your first meal of the day, check out Republique, a cozy contemporary French Restaurant located at La Brea in the heart of Los Angeles. After that, you can even have brunch at the elegant Here's Looking At You located right at the heart of Koreatown. Lastly, no trip to Los Angeles would be complete without lining up at Sqirl by Chef Jessica Koslow.

Republique in La Brea is on of the finest restaurants to eat at in Los Angeles

Where to Get your Booze On 

 If you're in the hotel, Bar Marmont or the Chateau Marmont is your hotspot. These are the best places to start the night. In case you want a change of scenery and just looking for a place to unwind while still keeping your buzz, right across the street is Hyde Sunset Kitchen + Cocktails. Once finished, and you're feeling a minor groove, head over to the Skybar at Mondrian and dance the night away, listening to LA's best DJs by its pool. 

Stay Active After your Night Out

Working out and staying healthy is a routine in Los Angeles, whether you have a personal trainer or going for a run on the city's famous walking trails. Body By Simone is a gym in Brentwood, LA, that offers customized classes taught by celebrity trainer Simone de la Rue. Tracy Anderson's Brentwood Studio also offers private workouts. They're perfect for people who want to change up their figure. For more intense workouts, you can check out personal trainer Jason Walsh. He led the Rise Movement and prepared and helped Brie Larson get in shape for her movie, Captain Marvel. 

Where to Spend your Money on

Los Angeles is home to many top fashion brands and designers we know and love, starting from Rodeo Drive to Melrose Place to the all-new Westfield Century City. Amber Alexandria, your luxury personal shopper who worked with Beyoncé, will help you streamline your shopping for $250 an hour. Meanwhile, unique styling service Find and Found can seek out the hardest-to-get designer pieces. Molly Levin and Tiffany Wendel founded this service. It has the most exclusivities with brands like Chanel, Hermes, and Prada. Just as they say, "sold out means nothing to us."

The Los Angeles Mall is filled with all kinds of shops and restaurants that you can eat and shop at

In Time for a Spa Treat

For unique treatments, book an appointment at Ole Henriksen Face/Body Spa. It's a personal favorite of your favorite actresses like Katy Perry, Lisa Kudrow, and Ellen DeGeneres. Charlize Theron recommends the spa's most popular treatment, Power Peel Facial. It's an anti-aging facial which includes eight-step microdermabrasion to reduce fine lines and allow the skin to glow. You can also chill at the Shape House, which you can find in various locations all over Los Angeles. 

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