The glittering palm-lined streets of Los Angeles are familiar to most visitors before they even arrive, as the city has starred in more movies than the legions of celebrities who call it home. From the first glimpse of the Hollywood sign to the last late-night martini, LA’s bold and brash persona makes an unforgettable impression. Those who get tired of celebrity spotting delight in sunny beaches, shopping and nightlife galore.
Experience Tinseltown in all its glory with today’s Groupon for Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles :
• $1599 for a four-night stay for one person based on twin share - ex. Melbourne or Sydney
In a Standard Room at Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles with return full-service economy airfares to Los Angeles ex Sydney or Melbourne flying Virgin Australia including all taxes, meals, drinks, entertainment and 2 x 23kg baggage allowance; movie stars’ homes tour with Starline Tours of Hollywood; entry to Madame Tussauds wax museum; Hollywood Behind the Scenes walking tour; and Dolby Theatre (formally Kodak Theatre) guided tour or entrance to the Hollywood Museum
• $1649 for a four-night stay for one person based on twin share - ex. Brisbane
In a Standard Room at Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles with return full-service economy airfares to Los Angeles ex Brisbane flying Virgin Australia including all taxes, meals, drinks, entertainment and 2 x 23kg baggage allowance; movie stars’ homes tour with Starline Tours of Hollywood; entry to Madame Tussauds wax museum; Hollywood Behind the Scenes walking tour; and Dolby Theatre (formally Kodak Theatre) guided tour or entrance to the Hollywood Museum
As part of this special package, Groupies enjoy return flights with multi award-winning airline Virgin Australia. The airfares include all taxes, delicious meals and drinks, a wealth of entertainment options and a generous 2 x 23kg checked baggage allowance – the perfect excuse for a glamorous Rodeo Drive shopping trip. Travellers fly economy class from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane to Los Angeles.
The Millennium Biltmore Hotel is a Los Angeles icon where some of the world’s most famous celebrities and presidents have been laying their heads for nearly 100 years. Step back in time under the sweeping arches, chandeliers and potted palms in the lobby, or imagine the grand soirees of yesteryear with a wander through the magnificent ballroom, before making use of the finest luxury facilities. The hotel features a health club with steam room, Jacuzzi, sauna and fitness centre, plus an indoor Roman-style pool complete with teak deck chairs and tiled mosaics, reminiscent of a ritzy 1920’s cruise ship. Groupies join the glamorous parade with four nights in a standard room, which features luxury bedding, WiFi, a satellite TV and pay-per-view movies. There are numerous dining options onsite, including a great cocktail bar where patrons can listen to live jazz most nights.
Get under Hollywood’s skin with the fun tours included in this deal. Peek inside the lives of the rich and famous with the Movie Stars' Homes Tour, which takes peeps past the mansions of stars like Jennifer Aniston, Victoria and David Beckham, and Nicolas Cage. Continue on to have an Oscar moment at the Dolby Theatre, home of the Academy Awards, or alternatively explore cinematic history at the Hollywood Museum. Finish off by taking a few snaps with favourite movie stars at Madame Tussauds, before retiring to the hotel for a relaxing soak in the Jacuzzi.
Situated at the heart of L.A's vibrant cultural district, the Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles is just steps away from major attractions such as the Ahmanson Theatre, the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Dodger Stadium. Just one block away is the quick Metro Red Line subway, which provides easy access to venues like Universal Studios and the Kodak Theater. Just a short drive away Groupies will find Hollywood and Beverly Hills, as well as Los Angeles International, Burbank and Long Beach airports.
Guests are impressed by the Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles’ old-world glamour, décor and sense of history.
The interior of the hotel is spectacular and we took many photos of the decor and historic items. I didn't use the gym but I did use the pool, which was great… I thought this was a great place to stay on a first trip to LA as it really gives you a sense of the city's history.
– duchess_d, TripAdvisor
Its a real gem,beautiful old building done up with all the glamour of times gone by. Excellent value for money.
– John, Booking.com