You’re viewing a property from our Premium Collection, a selection of top properties that are guaranteed to have a rating of 4 stars or higher.Hotel at a Glance: Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza
From its perch atop Bunker Hill, the Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza offers guests an excellent jumping-off point for trips to Chinatown, Little Tokyo, and more of LA’s vibrant central neighborhoods. Accommodations at the 4.5-star luxury hotel match the city’s reputation for glitz; deluxe and premier rooms look out onto the bustling streets and skyscrapers of downtown LA and feature luxuries ranging from marble and granite bathroom fixtures to plush robes and flat-screen TVs.Take a dip in the heated outdoor lap pool. Dine well at Noé Restaurant, where signature dishes including the ahi tuna tartare, hand-cut ribeye, and seafood bouillabaisse await. Raise a glass at Noé Bar, where martinis and well-curated wines pair with views of California Plaza and intimate outdoor fire pits. Pamper yourself at the hotel’s spa; popular treatments include the custom Be Well Facial and the River Rock Massage, whose healing power comes in part from heated stones. Nearby attractions: Los Angeles Convention Center, MOCA, Dodger Stadium, Walt Disney Concert Hall, The Broad, Universal Studios, and the Staples Center Recent accolades: 2017 TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence and the AAA Four-Diamond Award Leave the car behind: this deal comes with a $10-off voucher per day towards valet parking. Downtown Los Angeles: Shopping, Restaurants, and Museums in the Heart of the City
Stroll past the skyscrapers of downtown Los Angeles and you’ll see gleaming modern architecture, neon pagodas, and maybe even a celebrity or two. This 65-block district is incredibly diverse; its easy-to-navigate street grid is divided into multiple quarters, each of which enjoys a distinct cultural identity. In Little Tokyo, you can visit bakeries, shops, and restaurants reflecting the residents’ Japanese-American heritage. The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA is also here; it houses a vast collection of abstract-expressionist, minimalist, pop, and conceptual work by the likes of Jackson Pollock, Robert Rauschenberg, and Mark Rothko.
The dining and nightlife scene mirrors the area’s diversity. You can find nearly any kind of food here, from Peruvian to Vietnamese to Persian. An opulent option is The Edison, an upscale bar built into a century-old power plant. Nearby, you can visit some of the city’s most popular entertainment venues, including the L.A. Live, which features 6 performance spaces, 19 restaurants, a cineplex, and the Grammy Museum. The Staples Center is right next door; depending on the season, you can watch the Lakers, Clippers, or Kings in action.
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