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Magic Castle
7025 Franklin Ave, Hollywood, CA 90028
Since 1963 the Magic Castle has become a world-famous entertainment destination. The exclusive compound was built inMore 1909 as a residential mansion and is now a private club for magicians. It is not open to the public -- only members and their guests can visit. Those who do get in can enjoy such features as a hotel, a restaurant, a bar and a showroom where all the acts are magical.
Portobello Apartments
1791 N Sycamore Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Located across from a small park and just up the street from the Magic Castle, the Portobello Apartments are close toMore all of the Hollywood nightlife and attractions. Units feature city views and gated access. The complex has central air conditioning and laundry facilities, too. Tenants might also appreciate the balconies and fireplaces. Units also have hardwood floors and either one- or two-bedrooms. The complex is close to the 101 Fwy. and the Metro Redline as well. 
Hollywood Studio Inn
7160 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046
Hollywood Studio Inn is located on the corner of Sunset Boulevard and North Formosa Street.  The motel is locatedMore in the heart of Hollywood, the movie capital of the world. The hotel is just minutes away from the Walk of Fame, Kodak Theater the new home of the Oscar's, Chinese Mann Theater, Wax Museum, Magic Castle, Universal Studios City Walk, Beverly Hills/Rodeo Drive, boutique shopping on Melrose Avenue and the Sunset Strip.
Hollywood Hills Hotel and Apartments
1999 N Sycamore Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90068

The Hollywood Hills Hotel is a private, secluded oasis located a quarter-mile above the hustle and bustle ofMore Hollywood's busy streets below.

It's run in conjunction with the Magic Castle Hotel at the bottom of the hill on Fountain Avenue. At the top, the Hollywood Hills Hotel provides some amazing panoramic views of Los Angeles, including the downtown skyline.

Highlights include a luxurious pool flanked by "the oldest structure in California," according to the hotel's website, "a pagoda brought here from Japan. It was built in the 1600s"