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The Pulse of the West Coast

It might sound counterproductive, but for travelers on a tight budget, some of the cheapest hotels in town can actually be found in Hollywood. Families who are planning on spending most of their time at Universal Studios would also be wise to book here, so as to cut down on their drive time. One mid-range hotel option in Hollywood is the Magic Castle Hotel, located at the base of the Hollywood Hills near almost everything tourists might have on their to-see list. The prices include the continental breakfast, and there is also a pool. A more upscale option, The Roosevelt Hotel is the latest hot spot for visitors. Looking for sun, sand, and a way to avoid twice-daily three-hour rush hours? Then you might want to book a place in Santa Monica or Malibu. For luxury, the Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Ray offers the usual amenities associated with this chain plus a stunning view of tons of the water. For a distinctly local luxury hotel, there's the Casa del Mar, an Art Deco resort hotel with stunning European influenced design and all the expected luxury perks, like extra-large tubs and a famous on-site restaurant, Catch, that attracts diners by the droves. For travelers on a tighter budget, the Casa Malibu has its own beach and a quainter take on beachside accommodation. It's a much smaller hotel, with only 21 rooms, most of which have ocean views. Some rooms include private decks and fireplaces, too. For another option that's different than the usual L.A. digs, there's the Artists' Inn & Cottage Bed & Breakfast in Pasadena. For a reasonable mid-range rate, travelers get the opportunity to have a decidedly non-L.A. experience: afternoon tea and a complete breakfast are included in the price, and each of the ten rooms' unique decor are inspired by a different artist. This is a very relaxed and pleasant option for travelers looking for relaxation and a personal touch. Travelers for whom money is less of an object have many centrally-located options in Beverly Hills and Westside, where the proximity to upscale shopping and mansions of the rich and famous means a pricier hotel. Fans of business and luxury accommodation should look no further than The Hotel Bel-Air, a L.A. luxury hotel that's straight-up opulent and has rooms with private patios, wood-burning fireplaces and Jacuzzis

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