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Everly Hotel in Los Angeles
Kimpton Everly Hotel

Our Hollywood Los Angeles Destination


Embark on Adventure in Los Angeles

Ready for your big Hollywood closeup? You’ve come to the right place. Set at the foot of the Hollywood Hills, our Kimpton Everly is a low-key hideout in a town that knows about glamour. It’s true: you won’t run out of things to do in Los Angeles. We’re close to the expanse of Griffith Park; home to the legendary Hollywood Sign, the Griffith Observatory and The Greek Theatre. For families, we suggest strolling the lush 133-acre confines of the LA Zoo & Botanical Gardens. Looking for an epic theme park adventure with big name movie sets? Universal Studios is a five minute drive from our hotel. Speaking of the movies, we’re mere blocks from Hollywood Boulevard’s Walk of Fame and its iconic theaters: TCL Chinese, Pantages, Dolby and the Egyptian. Live music? We’re just a mile from the country’s largest amphitheater, the Hollywood Bowl, hosting the likes of the LA Philharmonic and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. For some midcentury modern architecture with sweeping views of Los Angeles, visit the iconic 1960s Stahl House. Later, linger around our rooftop pool and soak up some of those prime California-rays. Room with a view? Drop your bags upstairs and take in the shimmering LA skyline — to which we say, sweet dreams.

Grauman's Chinese Theatre

6925 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028

Visit TCL Chinese Theatre to take a tour, see an IMAX, watch a live show or peruse the famous footsteps imprinted in the sidewalk.

Hollywood Walk of Fame

When in LA, wandering down the Hollywood Walk of Fame is practically a rite of passage. Since 1960, these permanent sidewalk adornments have celebrated luminaries in motion pictures, television, radio, live theatre and recording.

Pantages Theatre

Located at Hollywood and Vine, in Hollywood. Designed by architect B. Marcus Priteca and the last theatre built by the vaudeville impresario Alexander Pantages.

Hollywood Bowl

Since 1922, this Los Angeles cultural landmark—the largest outdoor amphitheater in the country—has brought some of the world's greatest musicians to the stage. The home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, this outdoor venue spotlights artists of all genres in a spectacular setting.

The Hollywood Palladium

Catch a show at Sunset Boulevard’s Hollywood Palladium, an Art Deco-style venue that brings big-name acts to its famous stage.

Dolby Theater

Attend an event at (or take a daytime tour) of Dolby Theatre, the 180,000-square-foot, 3,400-seat home of the Academy Awards. The cutting-edge hub has also hosted the American Idol finals, AFI Lifetime Achievement Awards to Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep and George Lucas, Daytime Emmy Awards, ESPY Awards and BET Awards.

Greek Theater

Since 1931, the 5,900-seat Greek Theatre has given audience members the chance “to play, be and see among the stars.” This beloved Griffith Park entertainment venue has played host to some of the biggest legends from Sir Elton John and Frank Sinatra to Bruce Springsteen and Carlos Santana.

Universal Studios

Feel the pull of movie-making magic at The Kimpton Everly Hotel, your Hollywood home base that's just a 5-minute drive from Universal Studios. As one of the world's oldest continuously operating movie studios, this entertainment hub features live-action shows, thrill rides and a tram tour that makes the entire family feel like showbiz royalty for the day.