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Traveling to LA

Hi I am a Colorado nestie and my DH and I may be traveling to LA soon - possibly this weekend to see the Cubs play the Dodgers. What airport is the closest to Dodger Stadium? Any good hotel recs as well? TIA!

Re: Traveling to LA

  • you can fly into lax or burbank. ?the latter isn't as crazy.

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    as for hotels, it depends on where you want to stay. ?what else are you hoping to do while you're here??

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  • Probably go to Hollywood and Malibu - see a few sites - my husband has never been so I know he will be up for exploring and having some fun.
  • You will be in Downtown Los Angeles going to Dodgers Stadium.  Lots of hotels surround the stadium through Downtown Los Angeles.   The Biltmore, The Marriott, The Bonaventure. 

  • If it were me, budget and scheduling aside, I'd pick Burbank over LAX.  As posted above, Burbank is a smaller airport, less crowded, etc.

    Search for hotels in Burbank, Glendale, Los Feliz.  These cities are off a main freeway (the 5 FWY) and just north of Dodgers Stadium, within 15 miles. http://tinyurl.com/4w72pj 

    As for things to do: Universal City Walk / Universal Studios, Hollywood Walk of Fame / Mann Chinese Theatre, Disneyland in Anaheim (about 30 miles south of Dodgers Stadium).

    Have fun!  How exciting!!!

  • Definitely fly into Burbank. As far as hotels I love The Standard. It's not very posh, but you're guaranteed to have a great time. And make sure you visit the Griffith Observatory.
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  • image Mia&Dan:

    Search for hotels in Burbank, Glendale, Los Feliz.  These cities are off a main freeway (the 5 FWY) and just north of Dodgers Stadium, within 15 miles. http://tinyurl.com/4w72pj 

    I would not stay in a hotel off the 5. The traffic will be a nightmare and there's not good public transportation in that area.

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