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BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn
818 N Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012-2395
Phone: 213/617-3077 Fax: 213/680-3753 52 Rooms
Check In Time: 3:00 PM Check Out: 11:00 AM
Enjoy convenient access to Chinatown, Hollywood and the Los Angeles Convention Center while staying at this Los Angeles, California hotel.
Welcome to the BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn where guests will receive superior customer service and find top-notch amenities all at an affordable price. Located in the heart of Chinatown, this Los Angeles Best Western hotel is rich in culture and situated close to where travelers want to be. Guests will enjoy contemporary guest rooms adorned with Chinese influenced décor that feature cable satellite television with HBO® and free high-speed Internet access. Every morning guests are greeted with a complimentary continental breakfast. To make traveling even easier and fun, the BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn features an on-site Thai Acupressure and reflexology spa as well as a shopping mall.
Spend the afternoon exploring the historic attractions throughout surrounding Chinatown and Little Tokyo or take a drive and experience the family excitement and fun at nearby Universal Studios® and Disneyland®. No trip to Los Angeles is complete without getting star struck in Hollywood and Beverly Hills, located just a few minutes away from the hotel. Sports and live music fans will appreciate this Los Angeles hotel's proximity to Dodger Stadium, Staples Center (home of the Lakers, Clippers and Kings), Nokia Theatre and LA Live. The BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn frequently hosts guests in town attending the nearby annual Rose Parade and Rose Bowl. For added convenience, this Los Angeles Best Western hotel is within walking distance of the Amtrak Union Station. Traveling on business? Downtown Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Convention Center and Courthouses are located so close that it makes conducting business from the BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn a breeze.
The friendly, hospitable staff at the AAA three-diamond BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn is ready to ensure a fun-filled stay in Los Angeles, California. Make a reservation today and save!
Hotel Amenities & Services
- Restaurant onsite
- Complimentary continental breakfast, waffles, bagels, croissants, cereal, fruit, coffee, tea, juice
- 100% non-smoking in guest rooms
- Complimentary Coffee House
- Business Center, 24-hours
- Barber/beauty shop
- Sightseeing tours
- United States Post Office on property
- Safe deposit box
- Express check in
- Express check out
- Baggage hold
- 24-hour front desk
- Multilingual staff
- Ice/vending machines
- Paid parking, nominal fee
- Photocopy services
- Exterior corridor
- Garage parking, nominal fee
- High-speed Internet access
BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn
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Conveniently located, the best western plus dragon gate inn in Los Angeles, California is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 34.063485 / Latitude: -118.239085
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: Highway 110. Exit on Hill Street. Continue on Hill Street and the BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn is on left side of the street.
From: Los Angeles International Airport. Take Highway 105 East to Highway 110 North, exit Hill Street to the BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn.
From: San Francisco International Airport. Take Highway 5 South to 110 South, exit Hill Street from San Diego, take Highway 5 North to Highway 101 North to Highway 110 North, and exit Hill Street to the BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn.
From: Arizona or Nevada. Take Highway 10 West to Highway 101 North to Highway 110 North, exit Hill Street to the BEST WESTERN PLUS Dragon Gate Inn.
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We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
Make time for plenty of fun in the City of Angels. Visit one of the city's popular attractions, the Griffith Observatory, for a great day of science and space exploration. This wonderful observatory located on the south side of Mount Hollywood, has been a Los Angeles landmark since it was dedicated in 1935. It was built from the vision of Griffith Jenkins Griffith, on the site of Griffith Park, established in 1896. Throughout the years, the observatory has become a well-known leader in public astronomy and remains one of the world's premier public observatories. The observatory and the surrounding park are a popular community gathering place.
Enjoy the view through the observatory's original 12-inch Zeiss refracting telescope and take your time through the Hall of the Eye exhibit. Visit as often as you like, since admission to the Observatory and the grounds are free. Parking is free too. Be sure to view the shows at the Samuel Oschin Planetarium, for a nominal fee.
To avoid city traffic on the weekends, make your way to the Vermont/Sunset Metro Red Line Station and ride the DASH Weekend Observatory Shuttle to the observatory. The shuttle rides are offered all day long. The Griffith Observatory is operated by the Department of Parks and Recreation for the City of Los Angeles. Stay close to the observatory and the variety of Los Angeles attractions, as a guest of one of the local Best Western hotels.
Hollywood Park Racetrack first opened in 1938 with 600 shareholders, including famous directors, stars and producers of the Hollywood film industry. The legendary horse Seabiscuit won the track's first Hollywood Gold Cup in 1938 and in 1940. Visit the racetrack from the middle of April through the middle of July for exciting live horse races. Simulcast racing is available year-round.
For a special treat, enjoy a delicious meal in the Turf Club, offering great views of the finish line. Whether visiting the racetrack to watch horse racing or ready to play your best poker hand in the Hollywood Park Casino, there is plenty to fun to be had. Stay close to the action in one of several Los Angeles area Best Western hotels.
Hollywood Starline Tours has been providing tours of the Los Angeles and Hollywood area since 1935. Enjoy a Movie Star Homes Tour, a Grand City Tour of LA or tour one of the area's popular attractions. Universal Studios, Disneyland or Sea World are great choices. Starline Tours makes touring Los Angeles easy with convenient pick-up and drop-off locations.
The Hop-On, Hop-Off Double Decker City Tour is one of the most popular tours. Enjoy touring from the open-air, vintage buses from England, at over 50 stops. Enjoy a quiet and comfortable guest room at one of the several Best Western locations throughout the city. Bring your camera to capture the wonderful sights along the tour.
Soccer, tennis, cycling and track and field fans in the City of Angels are in luck. The Home Depot Center, located south of Los Angeles in Carson, is the place for all of the action. This 125-acre multi-sport complex is located on the campus of California State University, Dominguez Hills. It opened in 2003 with a soccer stadium, tennis stadium, an indoor velodrome and a track and field stadium.
The 27,000 seat soccer stadium, the largest of its kind in Major League Soccer, is home to the Los Angeles Galaxy and the Club Deportivo Chivas USA. The stadium has also hosted the USA Sevens Rubgy Tournament, as well as several events and concerts. The 8,000 seat tennis stadium is the training facility for USTA's USA Tennis High Performance and has hosted major tennis events, boxing and live performances. The velodrome, the largest in the country, features a 250 meter indoor wood bicycle racing track. The track and field stadium features a Super Mondo X track and is home to the Adidas Track Classic. While in Los Angeles, stay close to the action in a comfortable Best Western guest room.
The Kodak Theatre boasts of more than 3,000 seats in the Hollywood & Highland center in Hollywood. The Kodak has become the home of the Academy Awards since its opening in 2001. The theatre was named after the Eastman Kodak Company and became one of the "most significant corporate sponsorships" in history.
A wide variety of artists, Broadway productions and events are hosted at the theatre, including the American Idol finals, Daytime Emmy Awards, ESPY Awards and BET Awards. Reserve a spot on one of the daily tours of the theatre, to view the historical and architectural highlights. Rest comfortably with Best Western, in one of the several Los Angeles area lodging locations.
The LA/Ontario International Airport, in the Los Angeles suburb of Ontario, was built in 1923 by The Friends of Ontario Airport - a flying club. The airport was named Latimer Field. By 1929, the airport was established as the Ontario Municipal Airport in the southwest corner of the present airport. In 1943, during World War II, it served as a Army Air Corps P-38 training base and P-59 operating base. In the 1950's, the airport was home to Douglas, Northop and Lockheed aircraft plants.
The 1,700-acre airport is the third major airport in the Los Angeles area, following Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and John Wayne Airport. The airport's long runways are sometimes used as an alternative for LAX flights, during inclement weather. Passengers have plenty of flight choices from the seven commercial airlines, serviced in the airport's three terminals. Airport amenities include dining, shopping and rental car agencies. Stay close to the airport in a comfortable Best Western guest room and enjoy your time in Southern California.
The Leonis Adobe Museum, located near Los Angeles, was the home of "the King of Calabasas", Leonis Adobe. Tour this 150-year-old home, with its original buildings, to see what life on the ranch was like in the late 1800s. In 1962, the ranch was saved from demolition and declared the first Historic Cultural Monument in Los Angeles. The museum's artifacts include laundry washboards, the horno oven, wagons and several pieces of farm equipment.
While visiting the ranch, also tour the historic Plummer House. It was moved from Plummer Park in West Hollywood, to the ranch property in 1983. The house was restored and is now a Visitor Center and Gift Shop for the Museum. Enjoy a comfortable Best Western guest room while traveling in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles International Airport encompasses more than 3,500 acres of land in southwest Los Angeles. The airport began as Mines Field in 1928, on 640 acres. Hangar No. 1 was built in 1929 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It avoided demolition as the airport expanded, as is the cargo building for the Aviation Facilities Company. In 1930, the airport began as the "official" airport for the Los Angeles area. The airport remains the busiest airport in the state and the world's sixth busiest airport for passenger traffic, flights and air cargo.
The airport's 112 gates in its nine terminals, served more than 61,000,000 passengers in 2011 and averages over 565 daily flights. The airport is operated by the Los Angeles World Airports, along with LA/Ontario International Airport and Van Nuys General Aviation. Whether arriving at the airport for a flight or picking up a passenger, the airport provides a wonderful array of guest amenities and services. Check into one of the local Best Western hotels, to complete your stay in Los Angeles.
The Museum of Television & Radio in the Beverley Hills area of Los Angeles, offers guests the opportunity to view footage and listen to recordings of more than 75,000 programs. Choose from a catalog of programs to select four audio or visual recordings to listen to and watch, all at the same time.
Additional Beverly Hills attractions include Greystone Park and Will Rogers Memorial Park. Los Angeles area travelers have several Best Western hotels to choose from for a comfortable night's rest. Relax and recharge for another day of exploring southern California.
The Museum of Tolerance is a one-of-a-kind museum, located on the west side of Los Angeles. The Museum strives to educate the public on respecting each other, while engaging their hearts and minds through its interactive exhibits. Current exhibits include the Holocaust Section, Tolerancenter, Finding Our Families, Finding Ourselves and Special Exhibitions.
Visitors view historical artifacts and explore bigotry and discrimination while strolling through the Museum. Partake in the special events or customized programs hosted at the Museum. Browse through the Museum Gift Shop to shop for books, clothing and decorative accessories. Rest comfortably with one of several area Best Western hotels, while in Los Angeles and southern California.
The Page Museum La Brea Tar Pits is located in one of the world's most famous fossil locations. The museum features one of the most diverse exhibits of Ice Age animals and plants. Stroll the museum to learn about the Los Angeles Basin 10,000 - 40,000 years ago, when mammoths and saber-toothed cats roamed the area. Approximately 10,000 animals became entrapped in the tar pits, during 30,000 years.
Take your time viewing the museum's collection of over one million recovered bones and over three million items, in total. Visitors are welcome to view current work in progress, through the Page Museum Laboratory windows. Life-size replicas of extinct mammals are located outside in Hancock Park, for viewing. Los Angeles travelers can rest comfortably at one of the several area hotels. Dig into the area's history, while in town.
Those looking for a fun night out in the Los Angeles area, have a variety of options. Make your way to the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles for a sporting event or your favorite entertainer. The center is home to four professional sports franchises: the Los Angeles Clippers and Los Angeles Lakers - basketball, the Los Angeles Kings - hockey and the Los Angeles Sparks - women's basketball.
Since 1999, this multi-purpose center has hosted numerous high-profile events and concerts. On average, the center has hosted more than 250 events a year, including eleven Grammy Awards Shows, World Figure Skating Championships, the X Games competitions and the 2000 Democratic National Convention. This impressive 950,000 square foot center has been awarded the Pollstar-CIC Arena of the Year award. Stay close to the center as a guest of Best Western hotels and enjoy a wonderful night's rest.
The University of California, Los Angeles, better known as UCLA, is set within the Westwood neighborhood of the Los Angles Metro area. Established in 1919, UCLA is a public university, and was founded as the southern branch of the University of California. UCLA and USC are traditional rivals in sports, due to their close proximity. The UCLA Bruins sports teams compete within the Pac-12 Conference, and have won multiple championships in sports like basketball and men's volleyball.
The University of Southern California, set in sunny Los Angeles, is one of southern California's largest private universities. Set on a sprawling campus of over 300 acres, and offering a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees, USC is nationally known as a top school. Visitors from as nearby as Anaheim, and Long Beach enjoy the charming feel of the campus, and the excitement of the college game day experience during the fall when the USC Trojans football team plays.
Sports are a major draw at USC, but nearby sights like the Museum of Tolerance, or the Mount Wilson Observatory bring droves of visitors from cities all over California, and even from other states. Plan a visit to USC during the spring when the Trojan baseball team plays all their home games at Dedeaux Field.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 1 mile(s) from Fashion District and Jewelry
- 2 mile(s) from LA Live & Grammy Museum
- 6 mile(s) from Universal Studios® Hollywood
- 6 mile(s) from Hollywood
- 6 mile(s) from Sunset Strip and Mann's Chinese Theater
- 8 mile(s) from Pasadena Old Town Rose Bowl
- 10 mile(s) from Beverly Hills and the stars
- 15 mile(s) from Santa Monica Beach
- 15 mile(s) from Burbank
- 25 mile(s) from Disneyland® Park
- 25 mile(s) from Knotts® Berry Farm
- 30 mile(s) from Six Flags® Magic Mountain
Distances to Popular Points of Interest
- 8 mile(s) from Pasadena
- 10 mile(s) from Beverly Hills
- 15 mile(s) from Santa Monica
- 15 mile(s) from Burbank
- 25 mile(s) from Anaheim
- 0.3 mile(s) from courthouses
- 0.3 mile(s) from Federal and State Buildings
- 2.5 mile(s) from Los Angeles Convention Center
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- Sightseeing tours
- 1 mile(s) from Dodger Stadium
- 2 mile(s) from Staples Arena
- 4 mile(s) from Los Angeles Coliseum
- Hill Street Cafe, on premises
- .2 mile(s) from Chinatown, Chinese, There are over 90 Chinese restaurants. Featuring all the different ethnic foods of China such as Mandarin, Cantonese, Szchewan, Hunan and many more
- .2 mile(s) from Downtown Los Angeles, a wide variety of Intercontinental Cuisine to make any city envious.
- .5 mile(s) from Olvera St., Mexican, If Mexican food is what you like, ave an authentic Mexican dinner while being serenaded at your table.
- 1 mile(s) from Little Tokyo , You can unwind by having sushi, sake and participating in Karaoke. Little Tokyo offers a taste of Japan without leaving the country.
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