Los Angeles, CA

Our family experience at the Magic Castle Hotel Los Angeles

Hungry Hong Kong

poolDaniel Haddad

Stay at the heart of Hollywood and have a one of a kind family experience at the Magic Castle Hotel. We loved the retro Los Angeles vibes, spacious suites, and friendly service alongside optimal location for sightseeing. Our comfortable one bedroom suite featured a full kitchenette, large dining area and separate lounge, cozy bedroom, and outdoor balcony. There was plenty of space for our couch to fold out into a sofa bed for the kids and we felt right at home in the apartment like accommodation.

A true highlight of staying at Magic Castle is the unique and child friendly amenities for their guests. Complimentary snacks are available 24/7 from reception and include fun items such as full size candy bars, microwave popcorn, a huge variety of chips and even soft serve ice cream. We spent sunny afternoons at the inviting pool and made full use of the ‘popsicle hotline.’  With the touch of a button popsicles were brought to our sun loungers on a silver tray as often as we wished and were a refreshing treat between swims.

They also offer complimentary laundry, complimentary continental breakfast, and a safe parking lot. We were just blocks from the city’s famous Hollywood Walk of Fame and Chinese Theatre, and we loved all the variety of eateries and shops right on our front step. Universal Studios is just a short drive away and you can even spot the Hollywood sign when walking along the nearby streets. A perfect jumping off point for a fun filled, family friendly vacation in the City of Angels.

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