Whether you plan to spend your LA day stay on the beach, shopping, killing time on a layover, or heading to see the sights, HotelsByDay has the hotel for you!
In a city as large as Los Angeles, there’s no shortage of great places to spend the day. It’s a multifaceted city with something for everyone from beach bums to real housewives. For visitors, it might be a little overwhelming figuring out where the best place to stay in LA might be. The short answer? There are too many good options to choose just one, but depending on how you plan to spend your day stay, we can help you narrow down your options. Whether you’re planning to hit the beach, enjoy the world class shopping of Beverly Hills, kill some time during a long layover at LAX, or see the classic Hollywood sights, we have the perfect hotel option for your LA day stay.
Check out our guide to hotel day stays in Los Angeles for four different travelers, available through Hotels By Day!
The Beach Goer
For visitors or local Angelenos who want to spend a day at the beach, you’re spoiled with a wide range of options to choose from. However, out of the southern beach towns lining the coast, Manhattan Beach might win the award for the most pristine.
And as the only luxury boutique hotel in Manhattan Beach, the Shade Hotel is the perfect place to book your hotel day stay near the beach. Just two blocks from the sand, the hotel is an oasis of luxury. Guests can choose whether they’d like to luxuriate on the rooftop pool with a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres, or if they’d prefer to walk over to the white sand beach. Either way, it sounds like the perfect way to spend a hotel day stay to us.
If you’re looking for top notch shopping, Los Angeles is one of the best retail destinations in the US. While the city is full of hidden gems when it comes to boutique shopping, the area with the most prominent shopping is commonly accepted to be Beverly Hills. The iconic area that inspired a million TV shows is home to outposts from the world’s foremost designers.
For a hotel day stay with convenient access to the best stores in the city, you can’t beat the Hotel Angeleno. The eye-catching boutique hotel has unique cylindrical architecture and a posh penthouse restaurant, WEST, making it the perfect place to drop your bags after a long day of shopping, freshen up in your luxurious guest room, and take the elevator upstairs for fresh California cuisine, small batch wines, and stunning views of the Los Angeles skyline.
The Flight Layover
If you’re looking for a place to kill time during a long flight layover in Los Angeles, one of the best hotels near LAX is the Embassy Suites LAX North. The hotel is just a mile and a half from the airport and offers a complimentary shuttle to take guests back and forth. In addition to elegantly designed rooms, the hotel has free Wi-Fi, a pool, fitness center, and business center on site, so you can squeeze as much as you’d like into what would have been an otherwise miserable airport terminal waiting period.
For first time visitors to the City of Angels, there’s nowhere better to dip your feet in than the center of Hollywood itself. The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel is one of LA’s most recognizable hotels, and has been hosting celebrity guests, star-studded parties, and over-the-top nightlife for decades. Given the amount of iconic dining and entertainment options at the hip luxury hotel, sightseers could virtually spend their entire day at the property and leave satisfied.
Of course, if you would like to see some of the most well-known Los Angeles landmarks, you can always step outside, right onto Hollywood Boulevard. The famously-starred Walk of Fame is just outside, and a short walk down takes you to the Dolby Theater, the Chinese Theater, and the historic Hollywood and Highland Center. It’s the nexus of all things quintessentially Hollywood, and you can stay right in the middle of it.
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