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Area Attractions:

The pleasant climate of Hawthorne is a source of inspiration for knowledge and arts. The area is flourishing ground for Arts and artists. It has provided grooming ground for many a budding artists who went on to become the world renown figures. Tourists have always been fascinated by institutes nestled here and have become major tourists attractions. Some of them are.

Watts Towers:

The Watts Towers, 6.6 miles from the inn, a unique form of architecture built single handedly by Italian immigrant construction worker Sabato after 33 years of tireless efforts and imagination. The Watts Towers in the Watts district of Los Angeles, California, is a collection of 17 interconnected structures and decorated with damaged pieces from the Malibu Pottery, two of these towers reach heights of over 99 feet (30 m). The Towers are visible from the 103rd Street-Kenneth Hahn Station of the Metro Rail LACMTA Blue Line.

Sony Pictures Studios:

The Sony Pictures Studios are located on 10202 West Washington Boulevard in Culver City, California (8.2 miles) They are bounded by Culver Boulevard (south), Washington Boulevard (north), Overland Avenue (West) and Madison (East) and is home to world dominating movie moguls Sony Corporation’s Sony Pictures Entertainment division and its studios, Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures.

California Science Center:

The California Science Center just 8.4 miles from the inn, is a public-private partnership between the State and the California Science Center Foundation. The California Science Center is a state agency and museum located in Exposition Park, Los Angeles. Billed as the West Coast's largest hands-on science center. The Museum remodeled in 1998 currently consists of the IMAX Theater, the Sketch Foundation Gallery - Air and Space Exhibits and the Science Center itself. The California Science Center hosts the California State Science Fair annually.

Museum of Neon Art:

The Museum of Neon Art (MONA) was founded in 1981 by Lili Lakich and Richard Jenkins to a encourage learning through the preservation, collection, and interpretation of neon art. The museum is located at 136 West Fourth Street in Los Angeles, California about 11.5 miles from inn, and is devoted to art built using neon lighting. This includes the preservation of old neon signs as well as display of original fine art and kinetic art.

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Local Favorites

  • Knott's Berry Farm
  • Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • Magic Mountain
  • Santa Monica
  • South Bay Galleria

Guest Amenities

  • Microwave/Refrigerator
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • Free parking
  • Free wi-fi internet access
  • 25" television with remote