Clarion Inn at Universal Studios Hollywood
3241 Cahuenga Blvd W
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Phone: (323) 845-1600
Fax: (323) 845-0771
3241 Cahuenga Blvd W, Los Angeles, CA, US, 90068
- Phone: (323) 845-1600
- Fax: (323) 845-0771
Geared towards toy lovers of all ages, this store distinguishes itself by specializing in wind-up toys. It carries a particularly large collection of tins, wind-up toys, music boxes, lunch boxes, mini-pedal cars and other novelties. Although the stock isn't necessarily better quality than what you would find at a normal toy store, the toys here span the past half-century with originals and reproductions. Call ahead for store hours.
Thomas Canny began his professional art career after receiving a Master of Arts Degree in painting and drawing. His paintings have been purchased through representation by private collectors, businesses and corporations. He has taught college and university courses in painting and graphic design, freelanced doing book cover illustrations and worked several years as a designer at a busy advertising agency.
Native Boutique stocks clothes, accessories or jewelry especially designed for women. It is here that you can find a whole lot of new, trendy and exquisite designer merchandise that flatters the female form. The staff is very knowledgeable and approachable. This is a good place to grab high quality designer labels.
An international franchisor, confectionery manufacturer, and retail operator that offers premium chocolate candies and other confectionery products, such as boxed chocolates, truffles, toffee, mints, assortments and gift baskets.
The Abyssinia is a great shop that has been open in Hollywood since the late 1980s. It is owned by natives of Africa who sell beautiful African imports, most of them handcrafted by residents in various African nations. Hand carved wood items, jewelry, clothes, decorative items, and more can be had in this one-of-a-kind shop. The owners are friendly and there is an earthy atmosphere in the store. With the popularity of ethnic and beaded jewelry of late, this is a great little spot to find something the department stores don't carry.
There's a real gramophone in the window of this little place, As the Record Turns, that will bring back memories for many lovers of vinyl records. The ambiance of this place is rather upscale; with its marble floor and Oakwood cabinets, it looks like a private room in a very wealthy person's mansion. Whether you love R&B, jazz, rock, soundtracks or specialty records by various personalities, you should be able to find what you're looking for here. The makers of more than 3,000 films have contacted this store while searching for copies of special records that have become hard to find over the years. Nearly 25,000 records are on hand here, and all are in excellent condition. The personal assistants of such well known figures as George Lucas, Henry Rollins and George Harrison have ordered records from this store on behalf of their employers. MTV, Sony and AMC have all called here looking for records. Even Jay Leno's 'Tonight Show' staff calls here when a special recording is needed. Call for open hours.
Natives in the know have long considered this shop a must for screenwriting books and everything else related to film making. Collectors can't stay away from the wealth of vintage posters of a bygone era as well as current living legends. If you are passing through Tinseltown, it is made to order for all of those posters you promised to bring the folks back home. Merchandise is both new and used and the prices are fair.
A world famous lingerie shop and museum that features a large selection of lingerie, plus an exhibition of "unmentionables" from some of Hollywood's most infamous celebrities.
This store is full of beautifully designed foot wear for both men and women, and all of the stock is under their own label. They cater to Hollywood and the entertainment industry. The store makes custom shoes for any style, size and taste, and will go as large as size 17 for men in a woman's shoe (i.e. they custom-make shoes for cross dressers ). There are over 3,000 shoes on display, a shoe lovers paradise!
Hollywood Magic is a one stop shop for all things magical. It guarantees a great time for anyone interested in magic and stocks really exotic things. A definite source for collecting all necessary props required to make a magic performance stylish and successful, this shop also houses some really interesting merchandise spanning everything from masks, Halloween costumes, clown items, gag gifts and a lot of other curiosities. Many of the staff members are working magicians who can suggest easy and fun tricks which guarantee fun at parties and good for fooling your friends. Pick up hats, wands, cloaks or other exciting gifts for your kid and celebrate the new age of Harry Potter!
When Halloween is in the air, this place just opens up the floodgates. Besides selling the latest mass-produced Star Wars toys, stuffed animals, model trains and educational toys, this store stocks an unusual supply of costumes, masks, makeup, wigs and accessories to thrill young and old alike. You can even find obscure and lesser-known items for rental or sale, so be sure to call before giving up your idea. Both sales and rentals are common, and corporate accounts are welcome.
Located on the block of Sunset taken up entirely by famous music stores selling guitars, amps and sundry musical gear, Guitar Center presides over the lot as the undisputed pantheon of rock 'n' roll past and present. Established in 1964, Guitar Center on Sunset is the original flagship store, which spawned hundreds of outlets nationwide over the decades. Sporting giant pictures of guitar deities along its enormous façade and a rock 'n' roll walk of fame up front, the grand emporium proudly declares its historical gravitas. Inside, you will find one of the vastest selections of guitars and other stage instruments the world over, including some very rare and precious vintages. Knowledgeable staff is on hand to show you around and assist you. -Jamie Zum