HILTON LOS ANGELES/UNIVERSAL CITY
Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City
555 Universal Hollywood Drive
Universal City, CA 91608
A room block with a special group rate of $219 per night is reserved at the Hilton Los Angeles from Sunday, May 19 – Tuesday, May 21, 2019. Please book your room by or before April 24, 2019 for the discounted rate. Click on link Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City to book your stay.
Transportation and Parking Information
Driving Directions from Los Angeles International Airport
- Depart W Century Blvd. toward Vicksburg Ave. (0.2 mi)
- Turn left onto CA-1 S / S Sepulveda Blvd. (0.8 mi)
- Take ramp right for I-105 E toward Norwalk (5.5 mi)
- Keep left onto road (1.2 mi)
- Take ramp left and follow signs for I-110 N (8.1 mi)
- Road name changes to CA-110 N (2.0 mi)
- Take ramp right for US-101 toward Hollywood (8.8 mi)
- At exit 12A, take ramp right for Lankershim Blvd. toward Universal City (0.2 mi)
- Turn right onto Lankershim Blvd. (0.1 mi)
- Turn right onto Universal Hollywood Dr. (0.1 mi)
- Arrive at Universal Hollywood Dr. on the right (0.0 mi)
Parking at the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City
- Self-Parking is available for $16 a day, or $28 overnight
- Valet parking is available for $24 a day, or $45 overnight
All parking rates are subject to 10% applicable tax.
Hollywood Burbank Airport/Bob Hope Airport is the closest airport to the venue (6 miles)
- Taxi Fare – Estimated $25 one way
- Super Shuttle – $12 one way
Los Angeles International Airport is the second closest airport to the venue (27 miles)
- Taxi Fare – Estimated $85 one way
- Super Shuttle – Estimated $30 one way
There is a complimentary shuttle to nearby Universal Studios Hollywood.
THINGS TO DO IN Los Angeles
Dining Near Universal City*
Join us for our World-Famous Ribs, Kickin’ Shrimp, Onion Loaf, premium steaks and more. Let’s get saucy!
- Buca di Beppo
Craving authentic Italian food? Look no further! Book your reservation today with Buca di Beppo Universal City, the Italian restaurant known for traditional pastas in homemade sauces, specialty pastas, mouthwatering entrees and fresh-made breads, salads and pizza. But leave room for dessert! Cannolis stuffed to order, homemade Cheesecake and artisan Gelato aren’t to be missed.
- Café Sierra
Casual dining at hotel. This restaurant offers Chinese, continental and California cuisine. A seafood buffet is featured Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. Our Sunday brunch is very special! Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- The Front Yard
The Front Yard at The Garland in North Hollywood fully encapsulates guests in an authentic Southern California dining experience. Our thoughtfully crafted menu celebrates the Los Angeles food scene. Upscale décor, stunning outdoor patio, hip bar serving “modern classic” cocktails, and a lively ambiance combined with the genuine warmth of dining at a close friend’s home creates a social atmosphere.
- Hard Rock Cafe
Whether you are looking for a place to relax after exploring Universal Studios, or want a delicious meal, our Hard Rock Cafe is just what you’re looking for. We are conveniently located in Universal CityWalk — a hub of restaurants, entertainment options, and nightclubs.
- Meatology Mediterranean Grill
Take your taste buds on an adventure to the Meatology Mediterranean Grill! You’ll experience authentic cuisine made fresh to order, including mouth-watering sandwiches, our famous shawarma and kebob, traditional-style plates, soups, salads, appetizers and more! We promise you’ll be back soon to try another of our delicious menu options. Dine-in, carry-out or call for delivery.
This restaurant is an inventive mix of food, atmosphere and tradition, reflecting the heart & soul of new Mexican dining. With tortillas made by hand, the finest meats, poultry and seafood, flavorful sauces, enchiladas and tacos, and everything made from the freshest ingredients, Mercado offers handcrafted cuisine, artful design, warm atmosphere and service that is both friendly and informed to guide each guest through the dining experience.
- Tony Roma’s
Legendary for Ribs, Famous for So Much More. Tony Roma’s offers a wide variety of culinary deliciousness in a casual dining atmosphere perfect for all occasions. Located in Universal
Attractions in Universal City & Los Angeles*
- Universal Studios Tour
Go behind the scenes of a real working movie studio! Los Angeles is the entertainment capital of the world, and for film fans, the ultimate experience is the tour. Perhaps its most legendary attraction – and its original one, having debuted in 1915, not long after the theme park opened.
- Dodger Stadium
Los Angeles is truly a city of champions, with numerous NCAA championships claimed by USC and UCLA. For baseball fans, it doesn’t get any better than catching a game at Dodger Stadium, one of the great cathedrals of major league baseball. A game at Dodger’s is one of the top things to do in Los Angeles. Since opening its gates in 1962, the storied ballpark has hosted eight World Series and the Dodgers have won four World Championships.
- OUE Skyspace LA
Visit California’s tallest open-air observation deck and a must-see destination for panoramic, 360-degree views of Los Angeles. Located nearly 1,000 feet above the city at the iconic U.S. Bank Tower in Downtown LA, OUE Skyspace LA honors the culture, community and people that make Los Angeles unlike any city in the world. The two observation decks and 360-degree views of Los Angeles are just the beginning. From interactive and educational components to the spectacular design and the signature thrill experience of Skyslide, OUE Skyspace LA truly offers something for everyone.
- Rodeo Drive Shopping
Shop ‘til you drop! In the heart of Beverly Hills, three blocks of Rodeo Drive are home to the epicenter of luxury, fashion and lifestyle. For the ultimate in shopping, take a stroll on world-famous Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.
- Runyon Canyon Park
For a different view of Hollywood, head to Runyon Canyon Park, one of the most popular hiking areas in LA Located just two blocks from bustling Hollywood Boulevard, Runyon Canyon is well-known for its frequent celebrity sightings and a 90-acre off-leash dog park. It is a 160-acre park, choose from one of the three hiking routes, Fuller Gate—Runyon Canyon Road (easy), the Star Trail (medium), or the Hero Trail (difficult) for priceless views of the Hollywood sign, the Sunset Strip and the LA Basin.
- Sunset Strip
Angelenos are famous for their love of the automobile. From the canyons above the city to unforgettable coastal views, there’s nothing like sightseeing in a car. One of LA’s most famous stretches of road is the legendary Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. A scenic drive on the Sunset Strip is a must for things to see in LA.
- Walt Disney Concert Hall
One of the top things to do includes a visit to the famous LA Philharmonic, located on Grand Avenue in Downtown LA Walt Disney Concert Hall is home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Master Chorale. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry, with acoustics by Yasuhisa Toyota, the magnificent venue has received worldwide critical acclaim and praise from concertgoers for its stunning architecture and extraordinary sound. Attend a concert and experience classical music as it was meant to be heard.
*Suggestions were compiled from Discover Los Angeles, © 2019 LOS ANGELES TOURISM & CONVENTION BOARD.