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Depending on what time of year you book, you can find amazing package deals for all-inclusive hotels in Los Angeles for 2016 and 2017 holidays.
Remember that many hotels and resorts, especially near the beach and theme parks, raise their rates in high season (spring break and summer vacation), so try bargain hunting in the low and shoulder seasons if you can.
Choosing an area of Los Angeles can be puzzling as so many of the attractions are spread around the city.
If you’re staying for more than two weeks, try splitting your holiday between two hotels in different parts of the city – one week at a Los Angeles resort near the beach, perhaps, and another in central Hollywood, Disneyland or Downtown.
If you want to stay near a nightlife hotspot, discover the best areas for after-dark fun on our Los Angeles nightlife page.
If you want a taste of Hollywood grandeur, check in at one of the many historic hotels in Los Angeles that have been graced by big screen legends, such as the iconic four-star Los Angeles institute, Hollywood Roosevelt.
The first ever Oscars ceremony was held here in 1929 and rumour has it that the ghost of Marilyn Monroe haunts its hallways.
There’s also The Cadillac – a pink and turquoise Art-Deco hotel on Venice Beach boardwalk with gorgeous views over Santa Monica Bay. This quirky hotel used to be Charlie Chaplin’s summer residence in Los Angeles.
In Hollywood, you’ll find plenty of Los Angeles hotels close to the main attractions, such as the Walk of Fame and the TCL Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard, but they might be pricy considering the location.
For a cheap hotel in Los Angeles, stay in family-run guesthouses, boutique hotels and eco-friendly B&Bs, which are tucked away in LA’s lesser known nooks and crannies but not too far from the tourist hotspots.
There you’re likely to find more personable hosts and a true taste of Californian hospitality. Maybe even glassfuls of freshly-squeezed local orange juice at the breakfast table?
Staying in Downtown Los Angeles is ideal for sports events and catching a live performance at the concert hall, plus it’s close to the eastern delights of China Town and Little Tokyo.
Once a ghost town at night, this up and coming Los Angeles area is now an artists’ hub and mecca for nightlife.
If you want to fall asleep to the sound of the Pacific lapping on the sand, you’re spoiled for choice for chic and cheap hotels in Los Angeles that boast beachfront vibes.
The Shore Hotel is a fine example, overlooking Santa Monica’s three-mile stretch of perfect coastline.
The iconic wonder that is Disneyland is located in Anaheim, roughly a 30-minute drive from the centre of Los Angeles.
If the Magic Kingdom is the number one attraction on your holiday bucket list, it might not be a bad idea to choose a Los Angeles hotel close by or even within the grounds of Disneyland itself. Family-friendly resorts and cheap hotels are a dime a dozen in Anaheim, many within walking distance of Disneyland’s entrance.