This area is a wonderful collection of vibrant communities:
Westchester, Marina del Rey, Playa Vista, Playa del Rey and Del Rey...
Plus Los Angeles International Airport. Below are just a few highlights of the area:
- Marina del Rey
As one of the world's largest manmade recreational pleasure craft harbors, the "Marina" offers over 50 stylish restaurants, an exciting nightlife and chic hotels in a unique urban oasis. There are also almost unlimited on-the-water opportunities to enjoy whether you cruise on a luxury yacht or go for a kayaking water workout, the Marina is a cool spot for all to enjoy.
- Playa del Rey
This sleepy beach town is located just north of LAX and is a great spot to spend a day on the sand or in the water! This secluded beach is perfect for everything from surfing and volleyball, to hang gliding, biking and rollerblading. Once you're finished catching some rays, stop at one of the local taverns for a cold beer and burger.
- Playa Vista
This new community is one of the world's most refreshing urban developments. Playa Vista is known for its lush and abundant public parks and beautiful landscapes. This area is also home to a burgeoning "Silicon Beach" community, composed of a wide variety of cutting edge firms including Facebook, YouTube, Belkin, Fox Sports, and California Pizza Kitchen, to name a few.
- Gateway to L.A. (Business Improvement District)
This impressive pylon lighted corridor of Century Boulevard is full of hidden treasurers. The hotels on Century Blvd. contain a diverse variety of destinations from fine dining venues to evening cocktail jazz. Gateway to LA also offers visitors a chance to travel on the Ocean Express Trolley, which will bring guests (for a reasonable price) to the beach communities of Manhattan Beach and El Segundo for shopping, sightseeing and much more.
- The Promenade at Howard Hughes Center
Night and day... The promenade at Howard Hughes Center is the place to shop, dine and play. Shop the latest fashions. Dine at the over 15 eateries. Play all day and night at the movie theatre, video gaming center or glow-in-the-dark miniature golf course.
- Westchester Town Center (Business Improvement District)
Just a hop, skip and a jump away from LAX, old town Sepulveda is filled with history and commerce. Originally developed in the 1940s, this quaint thoroughfare is home to a wide variety of local merchants. Whether you are looking to grab a quick bite at one of the local eateries or shop along the tree-lined street, there is plenty to do along the Westchester Town Center.