HiltonUniversal

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    What's the best mexican restaurant in the san fernando valley, Ca?

    I really like La Paz... family owned and has been around for years. 4505 Las Virgenes Rd # 101, Calabasas, CA 91302-1956 (818) 880-8076 ‎ over 8 years ago

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    4 days in LA - any suggestions?

    Lets see... it depends what you are really into. LA is huge with lots of culture so use. I am partial to the Studio tour at Universal CityWalk, because I work here at the Hilton in Universal City (hotel is fairly central with the metro in walking distance - You can get most places in LA from the metro). However, there is also tours of Warner Bros, Disney, Dreamworks, Paramount, and NBC. It is a very Hollywood way to start your trip. If its nice weather do Venice beach for people watching, street vendors and muscle Beach. Or Santa Monica with the pier and 3rd street promenade (pricey but one of those things you should at least visit - Actually add Rodeo Drive in that category as well). Classic dining in LA includes everything from In-N-Out Burger (fastfood but noted for fresh not frozen) to an elegant dinner with skyline views at Yamashiro. Also try Pinks (bit of a wait but worth it for a locally famous hot dog), and the Farmers Market is awesome. I've heard that Charley’s Café is good there, but I always try something new each time. You can also visit the Grove open shopping center while you are there. Yang Chow in Chinatown is also very good. Other LA favorites include Graumin’s Chinese theater, Walk of Fame, Madame Tussauds of Hollywood, Disneyland or Knott's Berry Farm (Anaheim), Six Flags Magic Mountain (Valencia), Griffith Observatory (reservations required), Hollywood Bowl concerts if you can catch one... Dodger or Angel Stadium, trolleys to visit stars homes from downtown or hollywood. There is also Angels Flight and the Lummis house downtown. LA Live has a lot to offer as well, including the Grammy Museum. Sports fan? ...might also want to stop by the Staples Center. LA Coliseum or Rose Bowl. If you are an Art buff you can visit Getty Museum and Villa, Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, MOCA, or LACMA to name a few. Also great art districts in downtown, Culver City, etc. In the evening check out Teddy’s, Priviledge, Les Deux, Parc, Mood, Skybar, Roxy, Tryst, Whiskey (a-go-go), The Spyder Club, The Viper Room, House of Blues or Saddle Ranch for a variety of different vibes. Hope that gives you a little bit to go off of. Have a GREAT trip! over 8 years ago

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    Any recommendations for midrange accommodation in LA?

    Hi Kaisa, I work at the Hilton Los Angeles / Universal City hotel next to Universal Studios Hollywood. It is fairly well located for Los Angeles and has a metro stop within walking distance. When are you traveling? To look at packages, specials and pricing, please visit http://www.hiltonuniversal.com. Also please feel free to contact me with additional questions at zzertuche@hiltonuniversal.com. I wish you a wonderful and pleasant trip to Los Angeles. almost 9 years ago

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    Looking for clean, safe accomodation in LA.

    Hi Michelle, I work at the Hilton Los Angeles / Universal City and we are located up on the hills in North Hollywood area. We are central to all the major LA destination areas, with a shuttle to the metro and bus stations at the bottom of the hill. If you have more than two weeks to plan, you can take advantage of our Advanced Purchase promo (http://tinyurl.com/2f2wu6p) for added discounts. We are very safe, with a full security team on-site and because we are up on the hill there is a feeling of distance from the main city at the bottom of the hill. Plus there is tons of entertainment and shopping with CityWalk LA and Universal Studios theme park next to us. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me - even if they are just about LA and sights and stuff. Or connect via our Social Media channels at... www.facebook.com/hiltonuniversal www.twitter.com/hiltonuniversal Whatever you decide, have a great trip. LA is a fun and wildly touristy town. You will love it! Regards, Zarina about 9 years ago

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    I need to travel from LA to San Diego. Flights are expensive. What is the best way to go by land?

    Have you checked out the metro? I work at the Hilton in North Hollywood, next to Universal Studios and we have employees that commute via train each day from SD and Carlsbad. about 9 years ago