Station Hollywood 

 

Station Hollywood, formerly known as Hollywood and Highland, is one of the most iconic shopping destinations in Los Angeles. With 150 stores, restaurants, and theaters to choose from, the decision on which store to visit can oftentimes be overwhelming. It is a hip, new co-working space in the heart of Hollywood, California, located in the Echo Park neighborhood. It offers all the amenities of a high-end, private office, but in a communal setting. That means members get access to all the meeting rooms, office supplies, and ergonomic chairs. But they also get access to a 24-hour business center, communal coffee and tea, a large kitchen, and landscaped outdoor space. Business owners get a private office, dedicated staff, and conference room access, which creates a comfortable and professional work environment.

The location of the restaurant in Station Hollywood was a total let down. This place is so far off the strip, that we thought we were going to die before we even got to the restaurant. I would recommend this place to people who are looking to stay on the strip. I would not recommend this place to anybody who wants to see anything in the city of Las Vegas.

Amenities in Station Hollywood (or anywhere else) can be part of your lease, or they can be in fee-based areas such as gyms, pools, parking, elevators, etc. Amenities can be a nice perk, but be careful when you look at the details of these services and ask questions about them. Every Unit has its own amenities such as Wifi, cable, utilities, and storage. The kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, and microwave. There is also a pool and grilling area where residents can host parties and events. The building is gated and there are security cameras in the common areas. Parking is also ample and free.

Parking along Hollywood Blvd is notoriously hard to find, and the ridiculously high prices for on-street parking aren’t worth the hassle. If you’re in the mood for a walk and don’t mind leaving your car in a less-than-ideal part of town, there is a huge parking lot just south of Hollywood Blvd that charges $5/day. To put that in perspective, the cost of parking at Universal Studios (a Park Hopper ticket included) is $17/day. If you’re looking for something closer to the Studio, consider the Hollywood & Highland parking lot. It is free for the first 45 minutes and $5/hour after that.

Station Hollywood is a fantastic new venue that’s fast becoming one of my favorite places to eat and drink in LA. The location is great: nestled under the 101 freeway, between Hollywood and Sunset. It’s really easy to get to, and there’s a great big lot right across the street. There’s a lot to love about the bar, but the best part is that they offer a parking validation – just ask for it when you park your car. (Don’t get it confused with the validation for the valet.)

The newly opened Station Hollywood is a nice place to enjoy drinks before or after a movie. The bar is conveniently located next to the theater, making it an easy stop on the way to or from the show. The bar is open when the theater is open, so you can get in a drink if you get there early enough, or if you want to wait out the end of a movie before having a drink with friends. Station Hollywood is similar to a bar attached to a movie theater you might find at a mall, with a bar on one side and tables and chairs on the other. The bar is long and occupies the entire center of the room.

One of the best things about moving to a new city is the opportunity to try new restaurants. After having spent the last nine years in the same neighborhood, I was excited to explore new dining spots. When I first moved to Hollywood, I was blown away by how unique the restaurant options are. The nightlife here is absolutely amazing, as well! Hollywood has a plethora of clubs, bars, and lounges to choose from. I would definitely recommend checking out Dr. No’s, La Fontana Lounge, and Station Hollywood (all located in Hollywood) for drinks and dancing.

A wonderful evening was enjoyed on October 20th at the Hollywood Station, when the fire pits were officially opened. The community came out to celebrate. There was a great turnout of neighbors, firefighters and their families, and friends. It is not surprising that a venue named Station Hollywood would feature fire pits in its patio bar area. However, one wouldn’t think that they would actually be used, or that they would be so close to the patio seating. In fact, the fire pits are only a few feet away from the patio seating, with no barrier between the two. This poses a safety hazard to any unsuspecting patron, who could fall into the flames while attempting to get up from their seat. On top of this, the patio was not properly protected from the heated embers that were being tossed out of the fire pits.