So much to do in SoCal – from LA, the world's entertainment empire to the OC and its iconic Disneyland. More eclectic cuisine and acclaimed restaurants, more beaches and outdoor activities, more museums and professional sports teams - of every kind. You just need to know where to start.
There’s magic to be found throughout The "Happiest Place on Earth" with two Theme Parks — Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park. Disneyland Park is where it all began with its mix of new and classic attractions and entertainment.
This spectacular museum boasts a most impressive collection by such luminaries as Van Gogh, Monet and Cezanne, along with the architectural triumph of its six buildings and gardens. Spend your day enjoying some of the most amazing pieces of art in the world.
OUE Skyspace LA is the tallest observation deck in California and offers two observation terraces with amazing 360-degree views of LA. For a one-of-a-kind, thrilling experience, try the Skyslide – an outdoor glass slide nearly 1,000 feet in the air!
Once a working berry farm, Knott's Berry Farms is now a popular theme park and home to the world's best wooden roller coaster; Supreme Scream and home to Snoopy and the beloved Peanuts gang. And forget why Knott’s Berry Farm is California’s best amusement park–Boysenberry Pie and their famous chicken dinner!
Get ready for the ultimate Hollywood movie experience! Theme park rides and shows, a real working movie studio, shops, restaurants and cinemas at CityWalk. Universal Studios Hollywood is fun for the whole family.
Massive monster coasters. Awesome adventure rides. Fun family events. There are some serious thrills at Magic Mountain, where you can find cool rides, fun games and events for the whole family.
If you are looking for a photo-op with this historic Los Angeles landmark, Griffith Park is the place to be. The land is over 4,210 acres, and the park has more than 50 miles of hiking and biking trails, horseback riding trails, and campgrounds for families and kids of all ages.
Griffith Observatory sits on the south face of Mt. Hollywood and overlooks the LA Basin allowing for impressive views of the surrounding area. But it's more than just an awesome photo-op. The observatory hosts exhibitions and has a world-class planetarium.
Dodger Stadium is the home of MLB's Los Angeles Dodgers and is located in the Elysian Park neighborhood of LA. It is the world's largest baseball stadium by seating capacity and this, "pitcher's park" has been home to twelve no-hitters – two of which were perfect games!
Known as the "Battleship of Presidents", the USS Iowa is the West Coast’s only Battleship open to the public. Walk the wood decks and see the 16” guns, 5” guns, missile decks and more. Experience flying a HUP helicopter with Virtual Reality or take a simulated ride in a Motion Flight Theater.
Explore the world's only active, urban Ice Age excavation site. The Page Museum showcases mammoths, saber-toothed cats, dire wolves, and more. Outside check out the La Brea Tar Pits where tar is still bubbling, walk around the famous Lake Pit and see scientists working on freshly excavated fossils.
The STAPLES Center is the home of four professional sports franchises, the NBA’s LA Lakers and LA Clippers, the NHL’s LA Kings, and the WNBA’s LA Sparks. The STAPLES Center has proven to be a huge home court advantage for the local teams as the LA Lakers have captured their last six NBA Championships!
Walk in the steps of the stars of Tinseltown and be sure to visit the TCL Chinese Theater's famous forecourt to gaze down at the footprints, handprints and autographs of the stars. Guided tours are available for the complete Hollywood experience.
The Gardens Casino not only offers a variety of games and limits such as Blackjack, Poker, Bacarrat, & Texas Hold’em, but it also offers exciting promotions, jackpots, daily tournaments, and an international cuisine. Come play, dine, and have some fun.
The Frank Gehry-designed concert hall's cur vaceous, stainless steel façade is a breathtaking sight in downtown Los Angeles. Music-lovers will want to catch one of the Los Angeles Philharmonic's performances here or simply tour this amazing facility.
There’s plenty to do under the sun in Long Beach. Whether it’s enjoying a day on the sea, taking in a museum, or visiting one of Long Beach’s world famous attractions, one thing is for sure — you won’t be bored!
Long Beach is full of places to eat, shop and stroll – from cool, vintage finds at the many hip stores along Retro Row to the diverse restaurants and boutique shops set in a laid-back atmosphere at Belmont Shore, there's a lot to discover in our diverse neighborhoods – and plenty of fun in the downtown nightlife!
Hang by the fireside, or chill in the pool – whether you're here for a relaxing day or two or staying a while, enjoy all our Resort has to offer.