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Found in the heart of Los Angeles, West Hollywood is also often referred to as “WeHo.” Truly living up to its “The Creative City” motto WeHo has a vibrant club and bar scene and offers some of the world’s most inventive, unique and interesting entertainment offerings. With a cutting-edge design scene and an environment that embraces and fosters creativity and innovation, it is no wonder why the city is a magnet for people looking for excitement and amusement as well as for the truly exceptional and one-of-a-kind.

Home to the rich, famous and the beautiful, from celebrities to the entertainment industry’s high-profile executives, you’re bound to have a celebrity sighting when you’re out on the town. It’s also where you’ll find the largest LGBT community in Southern California. Every June, thousands of visitors flock to WeHo for the Annual Gay Pride Parade as well as for the Halloween Costume Carnaval.

WeHo is the kind of city where you can walk anywhere. Here, you’ll find wide sidewalks and amenities that are in close proximity to one another, making it a really great place to live in or explore even if you don’t have a car. In fact, it was hailed as “the Most Walkable City in California” in 2013 by Walk Score.

West Hollywood is where stylish living and luxury collide to create a truly exciting environment where creative, adventurous and trend-setting individuals choose to live. Without a doubt, West Hollywood is one of the most exciting and interesting places to live in Los Angeles.

Notable Locations

If you’re looking for a luxurious shopping experience, you can head on over to the Hollywood Design District or to the Sunset Plaza located along the world-famous Sunset Strip. Apart from featuring a wide range of shopping options, these destinations serve as a stimulating avenue where fine art, exceptional cuisine and passionate individuals converge. For a dose of culture, head to the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, the Pacific Design Center, the Coast Playhouse, or the West Hollywood Library. Then there’s the nightlife, which WeHo is justifiably famous for – this is where the Strip is, after all, and there are plenty of hotspots along Santa Monica Boulevard as well.