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
Located above the Hollywood Skyline, a fancy lounge with five star dining. Underground parking and valet.
In a prime Hollywood location, this 30,000 square foot club boasts a large stage, video screens and a high-tech sound system. Name DJs, burlesque dance acts, and A-list private parties bring a diverse body of people looking to enjoy the class and style offered. An outdoor balcony area provides beautiful views, while plush leather sofas, velvet curtains and a fireplace make the indoor "chill" areas inviting. With Wolfgang Puck catering special events, and a stylish decor, the dress code is strictly upscale-casual. If you are looking to see and be seen during an exciting night out on the town, Highlands club will cater to your every delight. For timings, please check the website.
Located on the third floor of Hollywood & Highland, Level 3 is the epitome of grandeur and elegance. Every Friday is Halo, a 21+ party catering to "model type singles, gorgeous couples and young professionals." Entertainment at Halo consists of fashion shows, celebrity DJ sets, movie wrap parties, artist showcases, theme nights and more. On Saturdays, Level 3 is home to KIIS FM's Club DV8, an 18+ dance party broadcast live on the air. A full bar is at your disposal, as is a snack bar serving sandwiches and salads into the wee hours. For more dancing and a fuller dinner menu, check out The Highlands downstairs.
Move to the rhythms of Spain at the Marbella club in Hollywood. Exuding with luxury and charm, this club and restaurant is made to make you feel like a star. The menu features a delectable variety of tapas and combined with glasses of fine wine, its a feast for all senses. If you've tucked in enough, slide onto the dance floor where global beats move you. At such a fine place in a finer neighborhood, it isn't hard to spot a celebrity or two at Marbella. So make your reservation at Marbella and get ready for a memorable evening here.
Las Palmas will serve a menu of Mexican fare, features DJs from all around the world to showcase their sounds and talents, and cater to the clientele that the Hollywood group brings to each of their exclusive nightspots around the city.
Blue Mondays is totally dedicated to music from the 80s, fun and games. They also have video games like Frogger, Pac man, Mario Bros and more all from the 80s. Music includes The Cure, OMD, Madonna, Micheal Jackson, Cindy Lauper and everything else in between. If you love the music and stuff from the 80s then this is the place for you. Log on to the website if you are looking for discounts and free passes.
Celebrated by Curtis Hanson in his masterpiece of film noir, L.A. Confidential, from the James Ellroy novel, the Formosa Cafe is the stuff of Los Angeles folklore. This Rococo hangout started out as a Chinese eatery but in recent years it has expanded the menu to include some Thai, Japanese and Korean dishes. The popular venue has been around since 1932 and a storm of protests by loyal patrons saved it from becoming a parking lot for the neighboring Warner Bros Hollywood Studios. Step inside this blast from the past and you enter a dark black and red venue with walls lined with celebrities mostly from the 1950s. This is definitely a destination you have to know about. There is something about its appeal that defies description but Angelenos have had a love affair with the place since it first opened its doors. Call ahead for hours.
This venue is decorated with an eclectic mix of African masks, candles, mirrors and elaborate carvings in wood. Contemporary cuisine does the rounds, and so do celebrities like Charlize Theron, Kirsten Dunst and Adam Brody! If you are into celeb-watching and autograph-collecting, get in the mood! If not, you can just shake a leg on the spacious dance floor, or hang out by the bar, because this is the place to see and be seen!
Come drink and dance your night out at the hippest lounge in town.
Open all night long, guaranteed to give you a hangover with their drinks.
This stunningly classy restaurant reflects the glamor and bourgeois elegance of America. With 20,000 square feet space, there's a lounge area, bar, screening room, game room, and rooms for private parties. Despite the opulence of the place, the food is rather underrated though a few creations are almost perfect. The decor deserves full marks. Celebrities are often spotted and Social Hollywood seems perpetually crowded. The service tends to be slow but with so much happening around you never get bored. Valet parking is available. Open from Thursday to Saturday.
An eclectic space, Blok has a rawness to it yet is swanky at the same time. The color red rules the roost here while the dark woods and mirrors gives it a mysterious aura. Concealed by a couple of huge glass panels is the private outdoor patio which you can use if you want to take a break from all that dancing. A celebrity spot, Blok has the best of the DJs rocking the house.