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For guests who want to explore the neighborhood during their stay, here are some of our recommendations for events in West Hollywood and Los Angeles:

Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory in Concert November 4
The classic 1971 film, Willy Wonka, comes to life at the Hollywood Bowl with musical accompaniment from Devotchka, as well as songs performed live by John Stamos as Wonka, “Weird Al” as the Oompa Loompas and others, including Giancarlo Esposito, Richard Kind, Elle King, Ingrid Michaelson and Finn Wolfhard.

AFI Film Festival November 9 -16
LA’s longest running international film festival screening dozens of features, documentaries and short films as well as hosting panels and discussions across LA such as the Dolby Theatre, the TCL Chinese Theatres, the Egyptian Theatre and the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

Free National Park Day November 11 – 12
During these days, admission is free at national parks including Death Valley, Joshua Tree, Yosemite, Sequoia & Kings Canyon.

Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage November 1 – 30
Step into this LACMA gallery which assembles 41 costumes and nearly 100 preparatory sketches and studies that the whimsical modernist, Marc Chagall designed for three ballets and a single opera.
The Rose Bowl
Neither roses nor a bowl – but you might find both at one of the La’s most famous flea markets. 2nd Sunday of every month. 1001 Rose Bowl Dr. Pasadena, CA 91103. (Read More)
The Arts Walk Downtown
Check out the up and coming talents of the art world as you wander down closed streets and in historic lofts. Grab a snack out of a Gourmet Food Truck. 2nd Thursday of every month 411 South Main Street LA, CA. (Read More)
TSNY Los Angeles
Learn the art of Trapeze on the famous Santa Monica Pier. 370 Santa Monica Pier Santa Monica, CA 90401. (Read More)
1st Fridays at Abbott Kinney in Venice Beach
Walk the original Venice canals before strolling by boutiques and enjoying live music. (Read More)
The Getty Villa
Take a drive to Malibu and visit a fantastic art collection in one of the most gracious homes ever built overlooking the sea. (Read More)
”Hollywood Forever”
Watch a movie or catch an art installation where some of the most famous actors and actresses in the world are buried (yes, it’s a cemetery). (Read More)
The Hollywood Bowl
Take a picnic made by our Executive Chef and watch your favorite band perform under the stars. (Read More)