Near to the town centre of Universal City is the area's main attraction, the Hollywood Sign.
Are you trying to find a lodging close to the Warner Brothers Studio ? You'll find heaps of options, such as the Sheraton Universal Hotel, Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City, Coast Anabelle Hotel, Safari Inn, a Coast Hotel and Portofino Inn Burbank.
For those that want to stay in the neighbourhood after a day at the NBC Studios, the Residence Inn by Marriott Los Angeles Burbank Downtown, Hotel Amarano Burbank, Holiday Inn Burbank-Media Center, Tilt Hotel Universal/Hollywood, an Ascend Hotel Collection and The Tangerine are all reccommended accommodation options.
From dry hair to dehydrated skin, holidays aren't always particularly kind to your body, so talk to the team at OC Skin Secrets Day Spa. Want to hit the hay close to this place? Try the Holiday Inn Express North Hollywood - Burbank Area and BLVD Hotel & Spa. Runyon Canyon Park is an ideal spot for taking things easy. If this spot is more your kind of thing, take a look at the Sunset Tower Hotel and The Redbury @ Hollywood and Vine.
Not really a morning person? You'll find a mix of excellent cafes in Universal City. A steaming hot coffee and cake at Bob's Big Boy is the perfect way to get yourself going. No matter how hard we try, our bodies can't keep going on caffeine alone. Have a flick through the menu at Hotel Amarano when your tummy starts to rumble. And of course, you haven't fully experienced Universal City until you've said hello to the locals at the neighbourhood pub. Here, BLVD Hotel & Spa - Studio City, CA is where you'll want to go.
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Hotels in Universal City start at AU$326 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.