Shopping in Hollywood
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Los Angeles stands as one of the world’s premier shopping destinations, offering everything from local boutiques to storefronts of some of the fashion industry’s leading retailers. Upscale shopping in Hollywood is available around every corner, as the Hollywood and Highland, Rodeo Drive, and Melrose Avenue bookend the area surrounding our hotel. Be sure to ask our clued-in Concierge for more information on the latest openings and the city’s best shops.
Hollywood and Highland
Some of the premier stores in Hollywood share Hollywood and Highland with Loews Hollywood Hotel. Located at the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue, the shopping area includes trendy shops like BCBGMAXAZRIA and ANGL alongside fashion insider-approved stores such as Lucky Brand Jeans and Louis Vuitton.
LA’s most famous stretch of shops is well-known for a reason. Only the top designers in the world have stores along Rodeo Drive, some of whom include Lanvin, Burberry, Christian Dior, Tom Ford, Versace, and Valentino. No matter if you are looking for diamonds, heels, a dress, or just seeking the city’s best window-shopping, Rodeo Drive has what you want.
If Rodeo Drive is Southern California’s most prestigious collection of boutiques and designer shops, Melrose Avenue is its more adventurous sidekick. The avenue, which runs directly through the heart of Hollywood serves as a who’s-who of high-level designers, with Alexander McQueen, Diane von Furstenberg and Agent Provocateur sharing the street with state-of-the-art design showrooms, a contemporary art museum and old-school record stores.
The CityWalk shopping area sits between the parking lot and the entrance of Universal Studios, making it a perfect place for a quick shopping stop – or an all-day excursion! The stores at CityWalk run the gamut from upscale accessories (Fossil) to affordable footwear (Skechers) to expansive selections of candy (IT’SUGAR). End your day of shopping with a meal and entertainment at the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club or Howl at the Moon.
The Farmers Market/The Grove
Los Angeles’ version of the farmers market concept goes above and beyond the ordinary. At the Farmers Market at Third and Fairfax, you can find everything from fresh local groceries to homemade ice cream to delicious meals at sit-down restaurants. The Grove at Farmers Market, located adjacent to the market, is a shopping and entertainment complex that features upscale apparel, popular restaurants and a 14-screen movie theater complex.