Hollywood and Highland

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6801 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA, USA
(323) 466-0647

Hollywood and Highland Reviews

Dachstein Dachstein
7 reviews
hollywood Apr 11, 2011
This is the most touristy place in Los Angeles. Go to the top level of the shopping complex for a great view of Hollywood Blvd.
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mkarinaa mkarinaa
48 reviews
Hollywood and Highland May 28, 2010
Its a mall! Need I say more? It has shops and from a certain point in the building you can see the Hollywood sign.

Other then that, it has expensive parking and lots of people.
ckubojiri ckubojiri
8 reviews
Hollyweird Sep 06, 2008
Hollywood and Highland is a popular attraction as it is located at the heart of Hollywood next to the Kodak Theatre, Chinese Mann Theater (host of many movie premieres), and Avenue of the Stars. There are numerous shops, restaurants, and venues of entertainment in the nearby vicinity, such as Highlands Club on the fourth floor, movie theaters, nearby museums and the endless sight of interesting characters roaming the streets day and night. The Hollywood Bowl is located West a few blocks up the street. It's a wonderful outdoor venue that hosts some of the best concerts around. I marked the cost as average, but depending on what your pleasure, you can find entertainment to fit about any budget.

Just like I experienced in Washington, there are double decker bus tours being offered; however, in Washington you aren't constantly offered fliers by people in the streets. Can get annoying here.

The main common area on the ground floor was displaying some naked, bronze statues in many different poses to increase awareness about the danger of sun exposure.
In the distance you can see the Ho…
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ashley_california ashley_c…
3 reviews
Jan 27, 2008
Hollywood isnt a pretty sight, I learnt that when I visited but 'The Hollywood and Highland' is really the highlight of the place. Home of the Oscars. Only a few years old, this entertainment mecca serves all kind of stores, Gap,Sephora,Hot Topic etc. and restaurants. There are tours to go into the Kodak Theatre and from the 3rd level I think, you can see the Hollywood Sign in the distance.

Its a tourist trap of course but is worth a visit and its next too Manns Chinese Theatre.
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mwtlgray mwtlgray
21 reviews
Hollywood Blvd Mar 30, 2005
It was okay, lots of things going on, but wasnt as exciting as I expected. Still glad I got to see it though. It is interesting to walk along all the stars on the sidewalk, that too wasnt what I was expected, but still, and then you can put your hands in the handprints at the Chinese Kodak Theater. We stuck around to watch a movie at the theater, very expensive and not unlike any other nice movie theater. Parking is of course expensive and there is alot of walking to be done, so bring some good walking shoes. There are a few shops you can go in and look around, and always something interesting going on along the street, you will most likely always see someone dressed up in a costume or trying to get you to buy there new CD. Hollywood is afterall the place where people go to get famous right.

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