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The 5 biggest hotels in Los Angeles, from the top to the bottom

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LOS ANGELES — As the year comes to an end, there’s a reason many people will be headed to L.A. hotels on Valentine’s Day.

The big name hotels are among the most expensive in the country.

Here’s what you should know.

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Holiday Hotel of Los Angeles: The $3,500 Holiday Hotel in Los Feliz, California is among the priciest in the city, and it also is among a few of the pricier in the world.

It’s a hotel that has been in business since 1919.

The hotel opened in 1949, and in that time it’s been the scene of many historic events.

It has a museum and art gallery, and the hotel is known for its colorful rooms.

But it has also earned a reputation for being one of the most haunted places in the Los Angeles area, with many people saying the hotel has a reputation as the haunt of the ghosts.

The Hotel was closed in 2016 after a number of deaths linked to the hotel were linked to a series of mysterious deaths.

The last hotel closed was in 2004.

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Hotel of Hollywood: The Hotel of the Hollywood was built in 1924, and was known for it’s extravagant views and many celebrities.

The building is home to many of the stars of Hollywood and TV, including Harry Dean Stanton, Tom Hanks, Jennifer Aniston, Natalie Portman, and Scarlett Johansson.

The first star to go there was actress Jennifer Anstey.

She died there in 1977.

The Hollywood Hotel was the last of Hollywood’s four hotels to close in 2016, according to the Los Felises Times Herald.

The following year, it reopened with a new name.

The Los Felis Hotel was a new hotel that was being built in the West Village.

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Hotel Los Angeles and L.F. Live: The hotel was originally built in 1930 and is known as one of Los Felitz’s best known attractions.

It opened in 1926, and has remained one of its busiest hotels in the years since.

It had its own theater and theater seats, and a movie theatre and theater bar.

It also had a number the restaurants that opened.

The restaurant and bar became known for their spicy food, which was a staple of the restaurant.

It was also a location for the Hollywood Showgirls, who are the oldest drag group in Los Vegas.

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Hotel Beverly Hills: The Beverly Hills Hotel is the second oldest hotel in the entire state of California, according the Los Angeles Times Herald, and is located in Beverly Hills, California.

It closed in 2017 after a series, including a murder case linked to its location.

The previous owner, John B. Fisch, who is a prominent Hollywood lawyer, was arrested in the death of his wife, the Los Angelettes, in 2006.

5.

The Beverly Hilton Hotel: The first hotel opened at the Beverly Hilton in 1931, and opened the following year as a hotel.

In 1953, it was renamed The Beverly Plaza.

It stayed open until 1986, when it was bought by hotel mogul Richard Branson.

The new owner, Richard Bransons brother, bought it from the owners of the old Beverly Hills and renamed it the Beverly Hills.

The Hilton has been a popular tourist destination for years, attracting thousands of visitors each year.

It is the most visited hotel in California, and many have claimed to have seen ghosts in the lobby.

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The Plaza Hotel: Built in 1959, the Plaza Hotel was originally known as the Hotel Hollywood.

It moved to the Beverly Village and was renovated in 2000.

In 2017, it opened its own hotel, which has also attracted thousands of guests each year, according CBS News.

It offers a full dining experience with an on-site restaurant, a spa, a movie theater, an art gallery and a museum, and there is also a museum featuring some of the hotel’s artifacts.

It holds a number restaurants and bars, and its main restaurant is the Grand Hyatt, which also is located on the main floor.

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The Palm Beach Convention Center: The Palm Beaches Convention Center opened in 1972, and over the years has been the location of several major events, including the 1976 Summer Olympics, the 1987 World Series, the 1992 Super Bowl, and even the Super Bowl.

It hosted several concerts in the past, including Britney Spears’ 1999 concert, Britney’s 1997 performance, and Pharrell Williams’ concert from 2010.

The center was the location for many concerts, including Rihanna’s performance from 2014.

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The Omni Hotel and Spa: Built at the corner of West Sunset Boulevard and Beverly Boulevard in 1987, the Omni Hotel opened in 2002.

The Spa opened in 2005, and while it has hosted many concerts in recent years, the resort has always been the destination for most of the celebrity entertainers, according The Las Vegas Review-Journal.

The spa was recently renovated, and now features an open-air fitness center, a yoga studio, and an open bar

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