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Cheap areas to stay in Los Angeles

The City of Angels may be synonymous with high-end glamour, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune on accommodation to have a holiday to remember. The whole region is scattered with hotels to suit the tightest of budgets. Downtown, there's a cluster of cheap and comfortable places to pick between, putting you within easy travelling distance of major landmarks. Alternatively, pick a cheap hotel in Hollywood to bed down amid the glitz of Tinseltown, while if you’re here for Disneyland Resort, a cheap Anaheim hotel is the way to go.

Cheap hotels in Los Angeles

Super 8 Anaheim Near Disneyland is, as the name suggests, the perfect pad for visiting California’s most famous theme park. The colourful rides and parades of Disneyland are just minutes away, while the hotel itself offers free WiFi and even a free breakfast so you can make the most of your money. Best Western Plus Stovall’s Inn is also close to Disneyland, and warm, welcoming guestrooms and a pair of swimming pools on the premises. Tropicana Inn and Suites is another home from home, whose guestrooms come equipped with refrigerators and microwaves so you can cook your own meals if need be.

Where to find cheap food in Los Angeles

One of the many things LA is famous for is the quality of its street food. Mexican trucks are a way of life in this neck of the woods, but there’s a lot more to grab on the go. You can sample Korean-Mexican fusion, from barbecue short rib tacos to kimchi quesadillas, or opt for organic friend chicken and banana leaf tamales – all delicious and cheap. There are also budget-friendly restaurants in downtown LA, Hollywood and Santa Monica, serving up diner fare, bowls of ramen and wood-fired pizzas.

Cheap things to do in Los Angeles

You’ll probably want to get a taste of Tinseltown when you’re in Los Angeles, and you can actually see the best of Hollywood without splashing the cash. Check out landmarks like Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, with its pagoda-like entrance and heritage as a host of the Academy Awards, and follow the many stars on the Walk of Fame. Then there’s the Hollywood sign itself. You’ve seen it countless times in photographs and films, but it’s a whole other thing to get up close, with a hike up the hills behind those looming letters. Overlooking Los Angeles, Griffith Observatory isn’t just a fascinating exhibition of scientific instruments – it’s also a place for James Dean fans to make a pilgrimage, thanks to its prominent part in Rebel Without A Cause. Arts fans will also enjoy the Broad, a free museum devoted to modern art of all stripes.

Cheap ways to get around Los Angeles

The many landmarks and must-see areas within this region are rather spread out, so you’ll have to get to grips with the public transport to make the most of your stay. The Metro Rail network boasts some useful overground lines, plus an efficient subway service, while buses are also available. To really save money, look into getting day passes. If you’re heading over to West Hollywood, be sure to jump on the Cityline shuttle service, which is completely free of charge.

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