Led by owner Jeff Klein, the Art Deco property is located on Sunset Boulevard and has been an exclusive hub for the Hollywood elite since opening its doors in 1931. Today, the hotel has been lovingly restored to maintain its true character without losing its sense of history.
Los Angeles International Airport has released a video detailing the latest upgrades to its facilities as it seeks to become a world-class location.
Air China has announced a new three times weekly non-stop service between Los Angeles and Shenzhen. The flight will depart on December 7th and will be operated by the airline’s newest Dreamliner, the Boeing 787-9.
The restructuring efforts undertaken by Iberia in recent years, under what the carrier terms Plan de Futuro, are now yielding their fruits. In the latest sign of development, the Spanish airline is beginning to launch new routes and reinforce its network.
The Jeremy West Hollywood has opened to its first guests, the newest kid on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. The hotel offers stunning panoramic views and a chic LA aesthetic.
Norwegian has announced it will launch flights from Rome to three cities in the United States – Los Angeles, New York City/Newark and Oakland/San Francisco from November.
Living the American Dream, Billie Hakansson here visits Los Angeles for Breaking Travel News. During her two day visit she takes in some of the famous film industry sights before visiting the iconic Hollywood sign. Find out more.
Renowned hotel brand and management company Dream Hotel Group has announced the appointments of three seasoned hospitality executives to lead its west coast flagship, Dream Hollywood. Ayo Akinsete will take up the role of general manager at the property, while Kendall Viola will become director of sales and marketing, while Carly Skinner will become hotel manager.
The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board has announced the appointment of Ashlee Ciora as senior director, tourism. Ciora will be responsible for overseeing strategy and programming for half of LA Tourism’s international markets in coordination with Stephanie Nakasone, who will continue to oversee the other half. Ciora will report to Kathy Smits, vice president, tourism, at LA Tourism. Most recently, Ciora served as vice president of travel industry sales for the Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Millions of LAX passengers will now be able to reach their connecting flights more quickly and conveniently, thanks to a brand-new, $148-million facility at the airport. The Terminal 4 Connector is a new piece of the LAX Central Terminal Area that connects the airport’s south side terminals — Terminals 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 — with the Tom Bradley International Terminal.