The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles
Attractive façade as it shares the same building with another hotel. I expected more but definitely missing space in the lobby.
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In the beginning of the month of October, a few of my colleagues, their friends, & I went to see L.A. Opera's production of Georges Bizet's “Carmen” at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Admiring the area during the quiet night after the show, we agreed upon exploring Los Angeles in the near future to learn more about its history. …
... at the airport at 9:30pm as the airport is only 30 minutes away from the hotel. I thank the cab driver and hand him some coin, I enter the international terminal and check in.
I head through customs, I have to take off all my metal products because they buzz when I go through the scanners at customs. I pass through customs successfully and head to my terminal where my flight departs to Brisbane. 11:45pm ...
... to call trash. Thongs, weed and homeless people everywhere. Glad I saw it though. Muscle beach was cool, unfortunately the only muscle men working out were old black men. At least I can say I saw it.. and that I don't ever need to go back.
We went to get back on the bus to go back and couldn't find the stop. We walked around a lot looking . Eventually got back on and headed back to Hollywood. I ...
... right next to Liz! it was amazing. We were let into the secrets of film as we arrived at a lake where he water parted to reveal a road as we drove up to he minature model of the ship and island used in kingkong?????? they used camera effects to make it look big on thhe screen. The tour ended at the building work to hogwars due for completion in 2016. Excited and thhrilled with the start to our day we egarly headed for the transformer ride, a simulator as we ...
... had so many interesting and funny stories. While up that end of the world saw some of the exclusive schools and clubs in the area. Went past this very flash complex and we had to guess what it was. No one guessed the Beverly Hills Police Station (better known by the locals as the Justin Berber Hotel).
ext stop was Rodeo Drive. Fantastic window shopping but don't think I could even afford a pair of socks ...