WeHo, as the locals call it, is home to fantastic restaurants, hotels, nightlife, and shopping. Its creative energy is palpable throughout the entire neighborhood, which has become a destination for modern furniture and decor. With no shortage of things to do in West Hollywood, it’s a popular place for both tourists and locals to visit.
A grab bag of creatives, young professionals, and celebrities.
Residents of the seaside town are similar to those of Venice and Santa Monica but enjoy a little quieter day-to-day life as the Marina is not as busy as other seaside neighborhoods. Many residents are jetsetters and young tech entrepreneurs due to the neighborhood’s ideal proximity to Silicon Beach and LAX.
Beautiful old hotels, hikes in Runyon Canyon, and live music venues.
West Hollywood is home to many of Los Angeles’ most iconic hotels, music venues, and comedy clubs. When residents crave fresh air, nearby Runyon Canyon is one of the city’s most beautiful hikes.
Hip, dynamic, and late to bed.
The West Hollywood experience is a melting pot of traditions, whether it’s innovative vegan food, couture fashion, or street art and statues. This is not a neighborhood populated by the faint of heart, so arrive ready for excitement.
Low-rise apartments and unique single-family homes.
In addition to the numerous housing complexes dotting the neighborhood, beautifully architectural houses line its side streets.
Museums, shops, restaurants, creative energy, and late nights.
West Hollywood is a constant indulgence of the senses, which is exactly why its locals love it.
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