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Los Angeles Travel Guide

Getting to Los Angeles

There are five (5) direct 4-hour flights to LAX. There are many flights with multiple stops.

There are nine franchise taxi operators who operate more than 2,300 taxis in Los Angeles and several other forms of public transportation from LAX – shuttle busses, subway trains and light rail.

Getting to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is about 15 minutes from downtown Los Angeles. However, fans should account for the Los Angeles traffic. The Metro is the easiest way to get to Los Angeles Memorial Stadium. You can view the Metro game day schedule HERE. If driving or taking a taxi, you can visit HERE.

Parking at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

There are seven (7) parking lots surrounding the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. They are first come, first served and sell out quickly. The cost will depend on the lot and will be increased pricing for game day. You can view information about parking lots HERE.

RV Parking

Depending on the size of your RV, where you park may differ. You can read about the Rams’ policies for parking HERE.

Since parking for both cars and RV’s is so limited, the Rams and the Los Angeles Coliseum encourage fans to use public transportation.

For tailgating and all game day information, visit HERE.

  • Lodging
  • Tourism
  • Dining
  • Transportation
  • RV Info
  • Lodging

    Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles
    Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown
    InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown
    Loews Hollywood Hotel
    Sheraton Grand Los Angeles
    The Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites

    Chateau Marmont
    Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City
    Sheraton Universal
    The Hollywood Roosevelt
    The BLVD Hotel and Suites

    Beverly Hills
    Beverly Hills Marriott
    Beverly Hills Plaza Hotel
    Courtyard by Marriot Century City Beverly Hills
    The Beverly Hilton
    Residence Inn by Marriott Beverly Hills

    InterContinental Los Angeles Century City
    The Hotel Wilshire
    Best Western Royal Palace Inn and Suites

    Beach Areas
    DoubleTree by Hilton San Pedro – Port of Los Angeles
    Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Hotel
    Hotel MDR – a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
    Wyndham Santa Monica at the Pier

    By Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
    Radisson Hotel Los Angeles at USC
    Vagabond Inn Los Angeles at USC

  • Tourism

    Griffith Observatory
    The Griffith Observatory is one of L.A.’s greatest cultural attractions situation at the top of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park. It offers incredible views from the Pacific Ocean to Downtown L.A. Griffith Observatory is located at 2800 E Observatory Road, Los Angeles, CA 90027, (213) 473-0800

    Hollywood Walk of Fame
    View the world-famous stars at Hollywood Walk of Fame on both sides of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. Located at 7018 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028.

    Warner Brothers Studio Tour Hollywood
    Visitors can walk through the sets of hit television shows, watch artists create the sound effects for movies, watch how sets are construction and browse millions of items in the prop department. Located at 3400 W. Riverside Drive, Burbank, CA 91522, (877) 492-8687.

    Universal Studios Hollywood
    Go-behind the scenes on Universal Studio’s legendary Studio Tour. You will get to see how Hollywood Movies are made. You can also participate in rides, shows and attractions based on popular television shows and movies like Fast & Furious, Despicable Me and Harry Potter. Located at 100 Universal City Plaza, University City, CA 91608, (800) UNIVERSAL.

    Santa Monica Pier
    The Santa Monica Pier offers great views of Malibu and the South Bay. They often offer local live music on the pier. It is a must-visit attraction that sets Santa Monica apart as an ideal location for families. Located at 200 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA 90401, (310) 393-6149.

    The Getty
    Visit art, architecture and gardens at two Los Angeles locations – Getty Center and Getty Villa. Both are free but Getty Villa requires a timed-entry ticket.

    Getty Center is located at the top of Los Angeles and features art and architecture. It is located at 1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049

    Getty Villa features the ancient world of Greece and Rome. It is located at 17985 Pacific Coast Highway, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

  • Restaurants

    Spago Beverly Hills
    The flagship restaurant of the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group. It offers seasonal menus that highlights the best of California’s produce and products. Known for setting the standard for cuisine, service and style. Located at 176 N. Cannon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, (31) 385-0800.

    Pig ‘n Whistle
    Originally opened more than 80 years ago and used to be a hot spot for bug-name celebrities such as Shirley Temple and Carey Grant. Pig ‘n Whistle serves common American fare such as burgers, sandwiches and tacos. Located at 6714 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028, (323) 463-0000.

    Yamashiro Restaurant
    This restaurant has been a favorite of movie stars from the silent film era to the present. Originally specializing in authentic Japanese food, Yamashiro now serves Cal-Asian fushion dishes that blend the best of California and Japan. Located at 1999 N Sycamore Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90068, (323) – 466-5125

    Pink’s Hollywood
    Since 1939, Pink’s serves a wide variety of specialty hotdogs. They are most famous for their chilidogs. It is one of L.A.’s favorite late-night destinations as it is open until 2 a.m. or later. Located at 709 N La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038.

    The Ponte
    A recently opened Italian restaurant from a well-known chef – Scott Conant. It features his trademark pasta el pomodoro at both dinner and brunch. It has one of L.A.’s most beloved patios. Located at 8965 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048. (323) 746-5130.

    Grand Central Market
    Grand Central Market originally opened in 1917 and has been in continuous operation since. The Market has evolved based on the population of downtown. Ninety (90) plus vendors includes Asian food, Italian food, American food, delis and butchers, dry goods, baked goods, flowers, coffee and cheese. Located at 317 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013, (213) 624-2378.

    Phillippe the Original
    Phillippe is a historic deli signature sandwiches. Famous for its homemade spicy mustard that cannot be bought in stores. Located at 1001 Almeda Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012, (213) 628-3781.

    ProvidenceChef Michael Cimarusti’s fine-dining seafood restaurant. It is known for various tiers of prix fixe meals and the best service in the city. Located at 5955 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038, (323) 460-4170.

    Trois Mec
    This is a tiny, reservations-only global spot with a tasting menu and an open kitchen. Located at 716 Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 90038.
    You can also visit Petit Trois next door. It is from the same team at Trois Mec but offers a Parisian flare.
    It is located at 718 Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038.

    Baroo is a hip, compact mainstay preparing locally sourced Korean classics with a modern Californian twist. Located at 5706 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90038

    Moonshadows offers contemporary American cuisine located in Malibu. Perched over the Pacific Ocean, it offers awesome views. Located at 20356 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu, CA 90265, (310) 456-3010.


    Frolic Room
    Photos of movie stars deck the walls at this historic, no frills bar, famous for its jukebox. Located at 6245 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028.

    This is a landmark saloon known for French dip sandwiches and classic cocktails. Located at 118 E 6th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014.

    Blue Palms Brewhouse
    Great place to watch sports and drink beer. Located at 6124 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028

    Good Times at Davey Wayne’s
    KA funky 1970’s retro bar that serves Tex-Mex street food and craft cocktails and a patio. Weekend nights usually draw the biggest lines but it is open on weekend afternoons too. Located at 1611 N El Centro Avenue, Hollywood, CA 90028.

  • Transportation

    The Metro is the easiest way to get around Los Angeles. For routes, schedules and additional information please visit HERE or contact at (323) 466-3876.

    Cab Companies
    Beverly Hills Cab Company (310) 205-0252
    Independent Taxi Cab Company (310) 659-8294.
    United Taxi (323) 934-6700

    Private Cars
    LA Private Car Service (213) 471-2828
    Wilshire Transportation (800) 991-0478
    1st Choice Towncar and Limousine (818) 293-1976

    Ride-Sharing Services
    Download the apps on your smartphone at www.Uber.com and www.Lyft.com.

  • RV Info

    If you make the 27-hour drive to Los Angeles in an RV, there are a few parks for you to settle down in outside the city.

    Dockweiler Beach RV Park
    - Located on the beach at 12001 Vista Del Mark, Playa Del Rey, CA 90293, (800) 950-7275.

    Balboa RV Park

    - The closest park to Hollywood, it is just 20 minutes into the city. Located 7740 Balboa Blvd, Van Nuys, CA 914-06, (818) 785-0949

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