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Hotels in Los Angeles near Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium Introduction

You can get a great view of the LA skyline, the San Gabriel mountains and leafy Elysian Park from the Dodger Stadium baseball park in Los Angeles. Home to the Los Angeles Dodgers, the stadium is the third oldest continually used park in Major League Baseball and can seat over 56,000 fans. It has seen many legendary moments including 12 no-hitters, 2 perfect games and World Series victories since it opened in 1962. Carved into the hillside of Chavez Ravine, about a mile from downtown, the stadium is a major entertainment center and has hosted world-class concerts, performances and events.

Hotels near Dodger Stadium

There’s a broad selection of mid-range and budget hotels near the Dodger Stadium, most of them in downtown LA, a mile or so from the venue. You’ll find plenty of 3-star properties with restaurants and family rooms, as well as motels, inns, and no-frills budget hotels. A little further away, in the heart of downtown LA, you can find upscale hotels with pools and spas, and 4-star properties with rooftop terraces and cocktail bars. The best time to visit for a hotel bargain is in the spring and fall when the crowds have dispersed and the weather is mild.

Where to stay near Dodger Stadium

The Dodger Stadium is close to downtown LA, the city’s central business district where you’ll find most of its hotels, restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and culture. Along the winding 22-mile Sunset Boulevard there’s a wide variety of hotels, restaurants, and entertainment, as well as movie studios, tourist shops, boutiques, and the glitzy Sunset Strip. The commercial district in South Park, southwestern downtown LA, is home to the Los Angeles Convention Center and major thoroughfares like Olympic Boulevard. Bunker Hill is an area of modern plazas, skyscraper buildings, the Walt Disney concert hall, and the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Things to see near Dodger Stadium

You can visit Chinatown in downtown LA, a neighborhood of Asian restaurants, shops, and galleries. It’s an 8-minute drive from the Dodger Stadium. The Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall, home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, is 1.8 miles from the stadium. The Microsoft Theater entertainment venue, the Staple Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center are all just under 4 miles away. The Hollywood Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street is about 6 miles from the stadium. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is on Wilshire Boulevard, a 35-minute drive away.

How to get to Dodger Stadium

The Dodger Stadium is easy to access from all parts of downtown LA, as well as from the rest of the county. There are several parking lots, and offsite parking is available a short stroll from the stadium. The Dodger Stadium Express bus at Union Station or the South Bay connects with the Metro Rail train line and bus systems to transport fans to and from the stadium. Taxis are in plentiful supply in the area. A state-of-the-art transportation center on the Club level of the stadium provides transport and parking information and updates.

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