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Los Angeles hotels concierge challenge – Telegraph

The Walt Disney Concert Hall, home to the Los ...City of freeways and traffic jams, sprawling Los Angeles can be hard to navigate without a knowledgeable guide. To help you on your way, expert concierges from three luxury hotels in Los Angeles give their guides to the city’s delights and advise you on what to avoid.

Sharing their knowledge are:

Adam Schon, who is the lead concierge at Thompson Beverly Hills

Tara Goldsborough, concierge at the Mondrian hotel in West Hollywood

Alex Niezgoda, concierge at the Hotel Bel-Air.

I’m new here. Tell me something interesting about Los Angeles.

Adam: Los Angeles is a fascinating city made up of hundreds of smaller cities and communities, which makes it endlessly interesting to explore. From the chill beachside bars of Marina del Rey, to the quaint cobblestone streets of Pasadena, you can never run out of places to have an adventure here.

Tara: You can go skiing and go to the ocean in the same day.

Alex: Los Angeles averages 329 days of sunshine per year. No wonder we’re all in such a good mood!

I want to see a current exhibition – which one do you recommend?

Adam: At LACMA there is a terrific sculpture exhibit of LA native Ken Price’s work. Inspiring and thought-provoking, the exhibition was designed by Frank Gehry.

Tara: I would highly recommend the “Who Shot Rock & Roll” exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography. It shows amazing photographs of artists while performing, from Tina Turner to Kurt Cobain.

Alex: The Annenberg Space for Photography is LA’s newest museum and its current exhibition “Who Shot Rock & Roll” captures moments, public and private, of the most iconic rock & roll stars.

via Los Angeles hotels concierge challenge – Telegraph.

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