For the Love of LA – Support Tourism with a Staycation

Los Angeles tourism debuts LA Love with a campaign calling on Angelenos to pledge to safely take a staycation when they are ready to help jumpstart the local economy. New data shows if every employed Angeleno stays 3 nights in an L.A. hotel, supports 3 restaurants, and visits 3 attractions, it would inject 1.4 billion back in the L.A. economy and create more than 20,000 jobs. Nearly 74% of locals said they would sign a pledge to take a local vacation to support the city we love.

Los Angeles Tourism has rounded up special staycation offers for more than 100 hospitality businesses, valid through the end of the year, beginning today, August 29. Click discoverlosangeles.com/LALove.

Terranea Resort

Check out some of the hottest NEW hotels in LA.

Read our past articles about some of the participating hotels, like Terranea Resort, Mondrian Hotel, Marina del Rey Hotel, Four Seasons LA Hotel at Beverly Hills, Shutters on the Beach, and Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. 

Find other discounts and deals at Malibu Wine Hikes, Burke Williams, Beverly Center, Angel City Brewery, 71 Above, Getty Center, Santa Monica Place, and more.

Other hotels you may want to consider that we adore include Hotel Erwin, The Line Hotel in Koreatown The Hoxton in Downtown LA, Freehand Los Angeles, Fairmont Miramar Hotel and Bungalows, Andaz West Hollywood, Ace Hotel Downtown, 1 Hotel West Hollywood, Dream Hollywood Hotel, Loews Santa Monica, Petit Ermitage, Santa Monica Proper Hotel, Beverly Hilton, Hollywood Roosevelt, The Nomad Hotel downtown, The London West Hollywood, W LA, W West Hollywood, and westdrift Manhatten Beach.

Views from the Mondrian Hotel in West Hollywood

 “We know the pandemic has profoundly affected everyone in our community, and we are appealing to those Angelenos who have the means to help put their neighbors, friends and family members back to work and lift up L.A. – while safely enjoying a staycation in the process,” stated Adam Burke, President & CEO for the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board. “Our hotels, restaurants, retail stores, attractions, and more have invested significant time and resources into implementing safety protocols that are required by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. While following proper precautions, this is the time to start making plans to support the restaurant you’ve always wanted to try, take that walking tour or relax at an L.A. hotel, and become a tourist in your own backyard.”

How is LA staying safe?

Support the city you love with a staycation. Help jumpstart the local economy. Take the LA Pledge and #travelresponsibly.

2 thoughts on “For the Love of LA – Support Tourism with a Staycation

  1. I absolutely LOVE LA!!!!!!!!!! I have visited on many occasions and every time I step out of LAX my spirit is elevated! There are no words for the way I feel when my feet are on the ground in LA!!!! I lived in Orange County many years ago and my daughter lives in Koreatown. I cry every time I leave to come back to my home town of Baltimore. Baltimore is about as exciting as watching paint dry!!!!!!!!! Not to mention the crime and small minded people. I plan to move to LA and this time the plan is to NEVER live or even visit Baltimore again. There are some nice areas in Baltimore especially downtown where the artsy people dwell but other than that there’s not a whole lot to be excited about. I can ALWAYS FIND A NEW ADVENTURE IN LA!!!!!!!!! Thanks for the article. Very inspiring!!!!!!!!😃

    1. Ha ha ha! Thanks for sharing and reading. I feel you. I lived in DC for ten years before LA and spent time in Baltimore. I am never bored in LA. However, LA right now is quite different due to the fires and bad air quality on top of the past protests and pandemic shuttering a lot of businesses.

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