Comfort Inn Near Hollywood Walk of Fame
7051 Sunset Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028
Phone: (323) 462-0905
Fax: (323) 465-6088
7051 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, CA, US, 90028
- Phone: (323) 462-0905
- Fax: (323) 465-6088
For a change of pace from the usual gym environment, try this youthful, high-energy facility featuring nightly DJs and stimulating decor. The gym is open 24-hours a day, seven days a week, and the DJs spin hip, house, and electronica to get your adrenaline pumping. Besides the vibe here, there are plenty of other features including kick boxing, saunas, personal training and a pro shop. Admission: First visit is free but it would be better if you call for appointment; subsequent visits require membership.
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Come experience the true macabre side of Hollywood. Get a group or private tour, whether it's by van or limousine, of such haunted sites as The Comedy Store, an old mob hang out where high-profile targets were whacked, and a home that was built on an old movie studio lot and currently rumored to be inhabited by a witch. Other points of freakish interest include the OJ Simpson crime scene, the Sharon Tate murder house, and a cemetery where many past celebs have their tombs. The tours last around two hours, so be prepared for an overload of tinsel town horrors.
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Here at this club, a different set of stars shine. Brought to life as a service club, The Woman's Club Of Hollywood, was and is the place where women of this elite neighborhood can gather together for a fun time. The women also join forces and support a number of causes and involve themselves in community service. Included at the club is a 350 seater theater that is perfect for films nights as well as a lounge that is perfect for auditions or workshops. Winner of a number of awards for its social events, the Woman's Club boasts the real stars of the Hollywood.
L.A. is a city full of actors, and if you are newly arrived here to get your superstar status underway, you will need great head shots. Whatever you do, go see these photo experts before your to seek out your luck. The staff will do first quality retouching both in color and black and white. The experts here are well-known for excellent heads shot reproductions. If you need a portfolio, you will find a full selection here. The Hollywood store is the best known, but it also has locations in Studio City and Burbank.
The fruitless search for parking on a party night, when all you wanna do is get out of the car, into a nightclub and get your groove on, is over! Holly Trolley gets you to some of this city's very best night spots in style. Save the agony or the cost of a taxi, and enjoy the evening. The trolley, operated by the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, runs every 12 minutes Thursday through Saturday nights and does a circuit from Highland Avenue to Vine Street, stopping at city parking lots and nightclubs, as well as the Hollywood and Highland Metro stations.
Hawthorn Avenue is one of the most important landmarks in Hollywood. The street connects several parts of the town and is also a hub of activity with some shopping and dining options located here. The place also hosts some festivals that are interesting to check out. If you are exploring the city, Hawthorn Avenue is a place you should not miss.
Musicians Institute in Hollywood draws the best talent and trains it to sheer genius. Apart from offering hands-on education in contemporary music, the Institute also hosts shows like Blues Guitarist Open, Micro tonal music and lots more. The variety is mind boggling. There's something for everyone here so you won't be disappointed.
Hollywood's RockWalk is located in the courtyard outside the huge Guitar Center store in Hollywood. Small cement blocks contain the hand prints and signatures of rock and roll greats. Artists honored include Little Richard, Aerosmith, Chuck Berry, Brian Wilson, the Doobie Brothers, The Ramones, Jan & Dean, B.B. King, Johnny Cash, Jethro Tull, Ozzie Osbourne, Steely Dan and many more. There are bronze plaques on the east wall above the walk commemorating artists such as Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix, Marvin Gaye, Keith Moon, Ricky Nelson and others. Admission is free, but be aware that the RockWalk closes earlier than the store.
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