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Los Angeles is one of the best place in the world to live !

Here is a list of few hotels, restaurants, lounge bars, schools, shopping stores, culture attractions, hiking’ s trails, and golf courses in Los Angeles


The Best Hotels in Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills has some of the finest luxury hotels in the world, located within the Platinum Triangle.

Some of the top hotels in Beverly Hills include:

The Beverly Wilshire (Four Seasons)
9500 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 275-5200

The Beverly Hilton
9876 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 274-7777

The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows
9641 Sunset Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 276-2251

The Hotel Bel Air
701 Stone Canyon Road,
Los Angeles, CA
(310) 472-1211

The Peninsula
9882 S Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 551-2888

Montage Beverly Hills
225 N Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 860-7800

The Luxe LA on Rodeo Drive
360 N Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 273-0300

The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills
300 South Doheny Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 273-2222

L’ermitage Beverly Hills
9291 Burton Way, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 278-3344

Here’s a list of some other Hotels adjacent to Beverly Hills :

SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills
465 South La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 247-0400

London West Hollywood
1020 North San Vicente Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 854-1111

Chateau Marmont
8221 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90046
(323) 656-1010

Hyatt Regency Century Plaza
2025 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067
(310) 228-1234


The Best Restaurants in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is one of the best place in the world to eat, no matter what your culinary goal.

Here is a list of a few of the best places to eat and drink in Los Angeles :

West Hollywood

8764 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood
Tel : (310) 432 2000

Comme ça
8479 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood
Tel : (323) 782 1104

Four Seasons Los Angeles
300 South Doheny, West Hollywood
Tel : (310) 273 2222

Fig & Olive
8490 Melrose Place, West Hollywood
Tel : (310) 360 9100

Izaka Ya by Katsuya
8420 West 3rd Street, West Hollywood
Tel : (323) 782 9536

Little door
8164 West 3rd Street, West Hollywood
Tel : (323) 951 1210

5955 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood
Tel : (323) 460 4170

Dan Tana’s
9071 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood
Tel : (310) 275 9444

8826 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood
Tel : (310) 276-1900

The Ivy
113 North Robertson Boulevard, West Hollywood
Tel : (310) 274 8303

Tower Bar
Sunset Tower Hotel
8358 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood
Tel : (323) 848 6677

8897 Beverly Boulevard, West Hollywood
Tel : (310) 859 4903

8684 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood
Tel : (424) 284-3930

Yamashiro Hollywood
Hollywood Hills Hotel,
1999 N Sycamore Ave, Los Angeles
Tel : (323) 466-5125

Beverly Hills

235 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 271 9910

Four Seasons Beverly Wilshire
9500 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 276 8500

Mastro’s Steakhouse
246 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 888 8782

Il Pastaio
400 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 205 5444

233 N Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 888-8661

Montage Hotel & Resorts Beverly Hills
225 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 499-4199

The Roof Garden
The Peninsula Hotel Beverly Hills
9882 South Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 551 2888

Freds Beverly Hills Barneys
9570 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 777-5877

129 North La Cienega Boulevard,
Tel : (310) 659 9639

Mr Chow
344 North Camden Drive, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 278 9911

Polo Lounge
Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows
9641 West Sunset Boulevard, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 887 2777

Café Roma
350 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills,
Tel : (310) 274-7834

176 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 385 0880

The Bazaar by José Andrés
SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills
465 South La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles
Tel : (310) 246 555

903 North La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles
Tel : (310) 657-5711

Honor Bar
122 South Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 550-0292

The Westside

9575 West Pico Boulevard, West LA
Tel : (310) 277 0210

9575 West Pico Boulevard, West LA
Tel : (310) 277 0133

Hinoki and the Bird
10 Century Drive, Century City
Tel : (310) 552 1200

11777 San Vicente Boulevard, Brentwood
Tel : (310) 207 8744

Mauro’s Café at Fred Segal
8112 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles
Tel : (323) 653 7970

Downtown LA

Ritz Carlton Hotel
900 West Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles
Tel : (213) 743-8824

2121 E 7th Pl, Los Angeles
Tel : (213) 514-5724

Bottega Louie
700 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles
Tel : (213) 802-1470

Santa Monica

Hotel Casa del Mar
1910 Ocean way, Santa Monica
Tel : (310) 581 5533

1104 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica
Tel : (310) 395 0881

Back on the Beach Café
445 Pacific Coast Highway, Santa Monica
Tel : (310) 393-8282


27400 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu
Tel : (310) 457 1519

22706 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu
Tel : (310) 317 9140

Paradise Cove Beach Café
28128 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu
Tel : (310) 457 2503



Shopping is one of the best activities in Los Angeles, whether it’s shopping for extravagant luxury goods in the World-Class Shopping Platinum Triangle in Beverly Hills or searching the unique piece through vintage stores in La Brea Avenue or Downtown LA.

Here’s a list of different shopping experience in LA.

World-Class Shopping Platinum Triangle in Beverly Hills : Famous Rodeo Dr

For jewelry, Beverly Hills Platinum Triangle offers choices like Geary’s, Cartier, Piaget, Van Cleef and Arpels, De Beers, Tiffany’s, Harry Winston, Patek Philippe…

For Women’s haute couture, Beverly Hills include flagship stores for Prada, Giorgio Armani, Dior, Chanel, Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Valentino, Jimmy Choo…

Men’s fashion stores in Beverly Hills are also fantastic and include Brioni, Armani, Zegna, Hugo Boss, Lanvin, Dior, Stefano Ricci, Domenico Vacca and many more.

On the southwest of the Beverly Hills Platinum Triangle, you can find the most luxurious department stores, including Barney’s New York, Neiman Marcus and Sachs Fifth Avenue.

On South Beverly Drive, between Wilshire Boulevard and Gregory Way, there are many high-end boutique shops and restaurants to explore.

Century City Mall

Westfield Century City is a shopping mall in the Century City neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Offering a diverse mix of stores and eateries, this outdoor complex makes for an elegant experience. The shopping center has a luxurious, upscale vibe that appeals to both tourists and locals alike.

The mall is anchored by both Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s. Plus, it features more than 100 shops, catering to every style and need. For those of discerning taste, luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Swarovski Crystal, Tiffany & Co. and Movado are on-hand Contemporary clothing brands including Theory, Kate Spade, Madewell, Juicy Couture and True Religion are also on-premise, as are mall staples like Banana Republic, Bebe, Coach, Gap, H&M, J. Crew, Sephora and Victoria’s Secret.

The Grove

The Grove is a world-renowned shopping, dining and entertainment destination with unparalleled stores like Anthropologie, Apple, Michael Kors, Coach and Nordstrom. Guests are enamored with the old-fashioned trolley rides and magnificent dancing fountains that have become a “must see” in Los Angeles.

Beverly Center

Beverly Center is a famous premier fashion destination which consists of 160 distinctive specialty boutiques reflecting the diverse styles and tastes of Los Angeles, including Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Burberry, D&G, Macy’s, H&M, and California’s only Grand Lux Café. The Beverly Center is just minutes away from the affluent neighborhoods of Bel Air, Brentwood and West Los Angeles.

Santa Monica Place

Santa Monica Place is a modern shopping & dining destination located in the heart of Santa Monica. The contemporary mix of stores, restaurants & artisan market are designed as inspiration for your individuality. Located two blocks from the beach and just steps from Third Street Promenade, there is so much to explore so get lost in everything about Santa Monica.

Robertson Boulevard

Intermix and Kitson are local boutiques that have perfected the art of catering to celebrity clients right alongside the style-conscious everyman. Some of the best celebrity spotting is at the valet parking stands. Grab a table at The Ivy’s outdoor patio and mingle with Hollywood stars who frequently drop in on a break from shopping.

La Brea Avenue

La Brea avenue between Beverly Boulevard and West Third Street is a paradise for sneaker-obsessed hipsters, stationary enthusiasts and vintage-clothing shoppers.

West Third Street

This popular strip is one of the hottest shopping districts in LA. The entire section of West Third Street from La Cienega to Fairfax is walkable, making it a treat to park the car just once and step in and out of the boutiques that catch your eye.

Melrose Avenue and Melrose Place

Melrose Avenue Shops, Restaurants… Made famous from the television series Melrose Place, you will find a long street, encompassing many blocks of eclectic to chic shops, restaurants and drinking establishments. It is a colorful collection and not to be missed if you travel to LA.
Here’s a list of some shops and Café : Alexander McQueen, BCBG Maxazria, Diane von Furstenberg, Diesel, Helmut Lang, Fred Segal, Marc Jacobs, Urth café, Sportie LA, Vivienne Westwood, Isabel Marant…

Abbot Kinney Boulevard

Named for the mastermind behind the Venice canals, this legendary street runs through the heart of Venice and was named “The Coolest Block in America” in the 2012 GQ magazine Style Bible. The shopping is located between Main Street and North Venice Boulevard. Home décor shops, handmade furniture stores, vintage clothing sellers, surf shops, perfume shops and bookstores make this area as eclectic as any in Los Angeles. A former hangout for artist types and other hipsters, the area maintains a bit of an underground vibe, while catering to a clientele that’s in the know yet still a few tax brackets removed from the starving artist stage.

Montana Avenue

Estimates put the number of shops at more than 150 along this well-known street in Santa Monica. That translates to more choices than you can make in a single day. Most of the stores are privately owned boutiques or designer-label retail outlets selling couture that’s not widely available. The area is popular among the celebrity set and the well-heeled residents of nearby Brentwood. Situated between 7th and 17th streets, this shopping district offers block after block of boutiques selling everything from antiques to wines. In between, shops such as The Blue House and Hemisphere offer home furnishings, and since you’ll want to stay a while, there are many great places to eat, from cafés to sushi. Back home, you’d be lucky to find a handful of stores like this in an entire city. Here in LA, there’s a whole neighborhood full of them.

Malibu Country Mart at Cross Creek

In the heart of the Malibu Civic Center, nestled against the majestic mountains and just a stone’s throw from the beach lies the Malibu Country Mart, California’s premier location for shopping, dining, and relaxing. Removed from the stress and cookie-cutter selection of your typical shopping experience, the Malibu Country Mart features unique and upscale boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, and personal services set in an astoundingly beautiful atmosphere.

Chrome Hearts, John Varvatos, Oliver Peoples, Ralph Lauren, Ron Herman, Mr Chow,


Public and Private Schools

You will find hereafter a list of Public and Private Schools in the Los Angeles county, by neighborhood

Bel Air area

John Thomas Dye School Private · K-6
11414 Chalon Road,
Los Angeles, CA. 90049
((310) 472-1659

Marlborough School Private · 7-12
250 South Rossmore Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90004
(323) 935-1147

Community Magnet Charter Elementary School Charter · K-5
11301 Bellagio Road
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 476-2281

Marymount High School Los Angeles Private · 9-12
10643 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90077
(310) 472-1205

Beverly Hills area

Hawthorne Elementary School Public · K-8
624 North Rexford Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 229-3675

Beverly Vista Elementary School Public · K-8
200 South Elm Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 229-3665

El Rodeo Elementary School Public · K-8
605 North Whittier Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
310) 229-3670

Horace Mann Elementary School Public · K-8
8701 Charleville Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(310) 551-5104

Beverly Hills High School Public · 9-12
241 Moreno Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
310) 229-3685

Temple Emanuel Academy Day School Private · PK-6
8844 Burton Way
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(310) 288-3737

Page Private School Beverly Hills Private · PK-6
419 South Robertson Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA. 90211
(323) 275-1079

Brentwood area

Brentwood School Private · K-12
100 South Barrington Place
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 476-9633

Archer School for Girls Private · 6-12
11725 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 873-7000

Sunshine Pre-School Private · PK
11942 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 472-2212


Lycee International De Los Angeles

LILA Burbank Campus Private · 6-12
1105 W. Riverside Drive
Burbank, CA 91506
(818) 900-1895

Next to Culver City and Mar Vista

Windward School Private · 7-12
11350 Palms Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90066
(310) 391-7127

Clover Avenue Elementary School Public · K-5
11020 Clover Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90034
(310) 479-7739

Hancock Park area

Hancock Park Elementary School Public · K-5
408 South Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 935-5272

Page Private School Hancock Park Private · PK-8
LA/Hancock Park
565 North Larchmont Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90004
(323) 275-1078

Third Street Elementary School Public · K-5
201 South June Street
Los Angeles, CA 90004
(323) 939-8337

Next to Holmby Hills

Harvard-Westlake School
700 North Faring Road Private · K-6
Los Angeles, CA 90077
(310) 274-7281

The Curtis School Private · K-6
15871 Mullholland Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 476-1251

Loz Feliz

Lycee International De Los Angeles
LILA Los Feliz Campus Private · PK-5
4155 Russell Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 665-4526

Mount Washington area (Northeast Los Angeles)

Mt Washington Elementary School Private · K-6
3981 San Rafael Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90065
(323) 225-8320

Mulholland Drive area

Mirman School for Gifted Child Private · 1-9
16180 Mulholland Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(310) 476-2868

Stephen S Wise Temple Elementary School Private · K-6
15500 Stephen S Wise Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90077
(310) 889-2300

Next to Rancho Park area

Overland Avenue Elementary School Public · K-5
10650 Ashby Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90064
(310) 838-7308

Wildwood School Private · PK-12
11811 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90064
(310) 478-7189

Roscomare Road Elementary School Public · K-5
2425 Roscomare Road
Los Angeles, CA 90077
(310) 472-9829

Westwood Charter Elementary School Charter · K-5
2050 Selby Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 474-7788

Wonderland Avenue Elementary School Public · K-5
8510 Wonderland Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 654-4401

Le Lycee Francais De Los Angeles Private · 2-8
3261 Overland Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90034
(310) 836-3464

Le Lycee Francais De Los Angeles Private · K-1
10361 West Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90064
(310) 836-3464

Santa Monica

Carl Thorp Private · K-6
438 San Vicente Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90402
(310) 451-1332

Crossroads School For Arts And Sciences Private ·
1714 21st Street Middle and Upper School
Santa Monica, CA 90404
(310) 829-7391

Norton Campus Elementary School : K-12
1715 Olympic Blvd.,
Santa Monica, CA 90404
(310) 828-1196

Santa Monica Montessori School Private · PK-5
1909 Colorado Ave.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
(310) 829-3551

Sherman Oaks

Berkeley Hall School Private · PK-8
16000 Mulholland Dr.
Los Angeles, CA. 90049.
(310) 476-6421

Buckley School Private · K-12
3900 Stansbury Ave.
Sherman Oaks, CA, 91423
(818) 783-1611

Malibu area

Malibu High School Public · 6-12
30215 Morning View Drive
Malibu, CA 90265
(310) 457-6801

Childrens Creative Workshop Private · PK
6955 Fernhill Drive
Malibu, CA 90265
(310) 457-2937

Point Dume Elementary School Public · K-5
6955 Fernhill Drive
Malibu, CA 90265
310) 457-9370

Malibu Methodist Ch Nursery School Private · PK
30128 Morning View Drive
Malibu, CA 90265
(310) 457-7505

Our Lady Of Malibu Private · K-8
3625 Winter Canyon Road
Malibu, CA 90265
(310) 456-8071

Webster Elementary School Public · K-5
3602 Winter Canyon
Malibu, CA 90265
(310) 456-6494

Malibu Presbyterian Ch Nursery School Private · PK
3324 Malibu Canyon Road
Malibu, CA 90265
(310) 456-1611

Pacific Palisades area

Palisades Charter High School Charter · 9-12
15777 Bowdoin Street
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
(310) 230-6623

Palisades Charter Elementary School Public · PK-5
800 Via De La Paz
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
(310) 454-3700

West Hollywood area

The Center for Early Education Private · K-6
563 N Alfred St
West Hollywood, CA 90048
(323) 651-0707

West Hollywood Elementary School Public · K-7
970 North Hammond Street
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 274-5313

Fountain Day School Private · PK
1128 North Orange Grove Avenue
West Hollywood, CA 90046
(323) 654-8958

Westwood area

Fairburn Avenue Elementary School Public · K-5
1403 Fairburn Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 470-1344

Corinne A. Seeds University Elementary School Private · K-12
330 Charles E. Young Drive North
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 825-1801

Warner Avenue Elementary School Public · K-5
615 Holmby Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 475-5893

St Paul Apostle Catholic Church Private · K-8
1536 Selby Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 474-1527

Harvard-Westlake Private · 7-12
3700 Coldwater Canyon
Studio City, CA 91604
(818) 980-6692

Lounge and Bars

The best lounge and Bars in Beverly Hills and West Hollywood

Chateau Marmont
8221 West Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood
Tel : (323) 656 1010

Polo Lounge
Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows
9641 West Sunset Boulevard, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 887 2777

Tower Bar & Terrace
Sunset Tower Hotel
8358 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood
Tel : (323) 848 6677

The Bar & Lounge
Hotel Bel Air
701 Stone Canyon Road, Los Angeles
Tel : (310) 472 1211

The Club Bar
The Peninsula Hotel Beverly Hills
9882 South Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 551 2888

Parq Bar
Montage Hotel & Resorts Beverly Hills
225 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills
Tel : (310) 499-4199


Hiking in Los Angeles: L.A.’s Best Trails

As Los Angeles is the ideal place to get outside, it offers numerous hiking trails from easy to moderate, for which it’s not necessary to be an experienced hiker to enjoy them.

Before planing a trip always remember to wear robust hiking shoes, carry plenty of drinking water, use sunscreen and wear sunglasses and take along a camera.


Trail: Runyon Canyon Loop / 3 miles round-trip
What to see there : The views at Cloud’s Rest, the off-leash policy for dogs and the occasional celebrity sighting
How to get there : From Hollywood Blvd., head north on Fuller Ave.

This is a fun hike for people-watching highlighted by million dollar mansions and amazing views of the Hollywood Hills and the Hollywood Sign, the Sunset Strip and the L.A. Basin and unparalleled views at the trail summit, known as Cloud’s Rest.


Griffith Park is the tenth-largest municipally owned park in the United States and one of the largest urban parks in North America, spanning over 4,300 acres of land.

Trail: Bronson Canyon / Less than a mile roundtrip
What to see there : “Bronson Cave”
How to get there : From Franklin Ave. in Hollywood, go north on Canyon Dr. until the road ends, at the “Camp Hollywoodland” parking lot.

Located in the southwest section of Griffith Park and easily accessible from Hollywood, Bronson Canyon has been a popular location for generations of filmmakers. “Bronson Cave” is actually a 50-foot long tunnel.

Trail: Griffith Observatory West Trail Loop / 2.5 miles
What to see there : Views of Griffith Observatory, the Hollywood sign and the LA Basin
How to get there : The hike starts at the Fern Dell picnic area near Los Feliz Blvd.

Trail: Brush Canyon Trail / 2 miles
What to see there : spectacular views near Mount Hollywood Dr.
How to get there : You can park in the lot on Canyon Dr., located just past Bronson Park. From there, head uphill past the gate and pick up the trail on the fire road heading toward the Pacific Electric quarry. You’ll pass a park and a picnic area and then climb out of the canyon. After about 3/4 of a mile, the trail intersects with the Mulholland Trail. Follow the trail to the right and continue another 1/4 mile to Mount Hollywood Dr.


Located near Benedict Canyon at the geographical center of Los Angeles, Franklin Canyon Park spans 605 acres and features over five miles of hiking trails.

Trail: Discovery Trail / About 1 mile round-trip
What to see there : Franklin Canyon Lake and the Sooky Goldman Nature Center
How to get there : From West Los Angeles, head north on Beverly Drive, following signs to Coldwater Canyon. Turn left on Coldwater/Beverly Dr., and turn left again on Beverly Dr., at Fire Station No. 2. The third right is Franklin Canyon Dr. Continue through the residential area to the park entrance. At the intersection of Franklin Canyon Dr. and Lake Dr. turn right to go to Franklin Canyon Ranch site.


Trail: Betty B. Dearing Trail / About 2.5 miles round-trip
What to see there : Panoramic views of the San Fernando Valley, TreePeople, “Rainforest”
How to get there : From Ventura Blvd. in Studio City, take Laurel Canyon Blvd. about a mile south to Fryman Road. Make a right and you’ll see the large parking lot, which features restrooms, water fountains and picnic area.

This hike can take you through three parks: Wilacre, Fryman Canyon and Coldwater Canyon.


Trail: Eaton Canyon Trail / Just under 4 miles
What to see there : Eaton Canyon Nature Center, 40-foot waterfall
How to get there : From the 210 Freeway, head north on Altadena Drive about 1.5 miles to the park entrance. Eaton Canyon Natural Area is located at 1750 North Altadena Drive, one block north of New York Drive in Pasadena.

The Eaton Canyon Natural Area is a 190-acre zoological, botanical, and geological nature preserve situated at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains.

The Eaton Canyon Nature Center features a wonderful variety of live animals on display, fascinating exhibits and useful visitor information.

Trough the Eaton Canyon Trail to the junction marked WATERFALL, there is a 40-foot waterfall, which is a very popular destination during the summer, with a small pool at its base.

Country Clubs & Golf course

Los Angeles Best Country Clubs and Golf course

Here you will find a list of Los Angeles best Country Clubs and Golf Course :

The Los Angeles Country Club
10101 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles
Tel : (310) 276 6104

MountainGate Country Club
12445 Mountaingate Drive, Los Angeles
Tel : (310) 476 6215

Beverly Hills Country Club
3084 Motor Avenue, Los Angeles
Tel : (310) 836 4400

Hillcrest Country Club
10000 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles
Tel : (310) 553 8911

Riviera Country Club
1250 Capri Drive, Pacific Palisades
Tel : (310) 454 6591

Brentwood Country Club
590 South Burlingame Avenue, Los Angeles
Tel : (310) 451-8011

Wilshire Country Club
301 North Rossmore Avenue, Los Angeles
Tel : (323) 934 1121

Rancho Park Golf Course (Municipal)
10460 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles
Tel : (310) 839-9812

Bel-Air Country Club
10768 Bellagio Road, Los Angeles
Tel : (310) 472-9563

Trump National Golf Club
1 Trump National Drive, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275
(310) 265-5000

The Resort at Pelican Hill, Newport Coast
22701 South Pelican Hill Road, Newport Coast, CA 92657
(855) 315-8214

Lakeside Golf Club, Burbank
4500 Lakeside Drive, Burbank, CA 91505
(818) 984-0601


Culture in Los Angeles

The best ways to experience Los Angeles is by visiting its amazing and extraordinary cultural attractions such as :

Art Galleries
Architecture & Gardens
Urban Art
Theatre & Dance
Film & Television


Museum Row on the Miracle Mile (on Wilshire Blvd)

Home to Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Page Museum at La Brea Tar Pits, Petersen Automotive Museum and the Craft and Folk Art Museum. Two of the museums are in Hancock Park, which features tar pit exhibits such as the Lake Pit, where you can view and take photos of life-sized models of an American mastodon and a family of Columbian mammoths.

West L.A. Museums (in Brentwood)

Getty Center Museum, Skirball Cultural Center, Fowler and Hammer Museums at UCLA, Museum of Tolerance and more.

Hollywood Museums

Hollywood Bowl Museum, Hollywood Heritage Museum, Hollywood Museum, Madame Tussaud’s Hollywood, Ripley’s Odditorium, Hollywood Wax Museum, Hollyhock House and the Galleries at Barnsdall Art Park and more.

Downtown Los Angeles

Includes the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA Grand Avenue and Geffen Contemporary), Wells Fargo Museum, The GRAMMY® Museum, Japanese American National Museum, the museums at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument, and the Chinese American Museum
Exposition Park (near downtown)

Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History (dinosaurs, dioramas, rocks, life exhibits), California Science Center (exhibits that demonstrate concepts of science or show the history of science), California African American Museum and Fisher Museum of Art at the University of Southern California (USC).

Santa Monica and Malibu Museums

Including Getty Villa, Santa Monica Museum of Art, the Surf Museum at Pepperdine, Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, Point Vicente Interpretive Museum and others.

Griffith Park

Including Autry National Center, Travel Town railroad museum, Griffith Observatory and other museums near Griffith Park, Burbank and Glendale.

Art Galleries

L.A.’s gallery scene can be experienced in Chinatown, Bergamot Station and the NoHo Arts District, as well as monthly artwalks.

On the second Thursday of every month in downtown Los Angeles, many of the art galleries participate in the Downtown Art Walk and are open until 9:00 pm.

Architecture & Gardens

The Los Angeles landscape is filled with architectural masterpieces and wonderful lush gardens. Pritzker Prize winning architects designed icons like Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Broad Contemporary Art Museum, and the Getty Center. Frank Lloyd Wright designed L.A. landmarks including the Hollyhock House and the Ennis House.

L.A.’s urban oases include Descanso Gardens, the Huntington Library, Exposition Park’s Rose Garden, and the Getty Center’s Central Garden.

Urban Art

Los Angeles has some of the best urban art in the country, with over 1,600 murals that teach history and celebrate cultural diversity. The Chandler Outdoor Gallery is a mural collection in the NoHo Arts District. Hollywood’s urban art includes “You Are the Star” and “Dolores del Rio.”

In Downtown L.A., “The Pope of Broadway” depicts a dancing Anthony Quinn, while East L.A.’s “Los Angeles Teachers” features Edward James Olmos and Jaime Escalante.


There’s nothing like a concert in Los Angeles, whether it’s a stadium show or intimate jazz session. L.A.’s world class venues include Walt Disney Concert Hall, Nokia Theatre, Dolby Theatre, the Wiltern and the Palladium. The weather is perfect for outdoor concerts at the Hollywood Bowl, Greek Theatre and John Anson Ford Theatre. Smaller clubs like Conga Room and House of Blues Sunset Strip also present live music. Free concerts include Grand Performances, Music Spotlight Series, and Twilight Dance Series.

Theatre & Dance

There are more theaters in Los Angeles than any U.S. city, and more annual productions than any city in the world. Dance productions range from classic to avant-garde. Hollywood’s Pantages Theatre presents all-time Broadway hits. Center Theatre Group One is of the nation’s largest theatre companies, with programs at the Mark Taper Forum, Ahmanson Theatre and Kirk Douglas Theatre. KDMC is one of the largest West Coast presenters of dance, while REDCAT is a creative laboratory that nurtures cutting-edge artists.

Film & Television

Los Angeles locations have made countless appearances in films and TV episodes.

Historic Hollywood locations include the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and Musso & Frank Grill. L.A.’s natural locations includes Santa Monica beach and Vasquez Rocks, while legendary studios offer must-see tours for fans. And a sure way to get on TV is to attend a taping of a game show or talk show.