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Touching the west side of downtown, West Adams Boulevard is a popular commercial street that barrels through the quaint neighborhood of Jefferson. A strip of shops and hotels, the area works as a guide for first-timers, bringing fun in a slew of ways, whether it’s a rooftop sunset or casual walk through an urban park. Located about half an hour for travelers by airport shuttles from LGB airport, the neighborhood isn’t a difficult one to get to, but well-worth utilizing the help of a shuttle. Drive through the urban labyrinth with nothing but good thoughts ahead, whether you’re settling down for a quick conference or simply passing as a guest.
Find paradise as soon as you arrive, looking forward to the beauty of your hotel by making the right choice. A good place to start is Grace Hotel, an apartment-style digs with historic scenery and close access to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles. For something more modest, head to Baldwin Hills Motor Inn for basic rooms and a friendly staff that makes vintage rooms go a long way. Go for the opposite end of the price spectrum by crossing I-10 for 5-star luxury at The Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles, a luxe resort with its own spa, pub, cafe, restaurant, and rooftop pool perfect for overhearing outdoor concerts.
Get to know the area by spending a lot of time with it, something easy to do when there’s so much nearby. Start by going on a stroll through Exposition Park at University of Southern California, home to a wide variety of attractions ranging from seasonal rose gardens to thoughtful history at the California African American Museum. Grab lunch when the sun peaks, enjoying organic grub at Vees Cafe while looking forward to dinner at Taqueria Los Anaya. Get lost in the diversity of nature by going on a scenic walk through Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area, located a few blocks south of West Adams and home to hundreds of acres of parkland.