Absolutely San Francisco & Los Angeles  

This cool California combination takes you from San Francisco’s world-famous bridge to LA’s sweeps of golden sands. Tick off much-loved city sights and movie star magic as you go.

See The Golden Gate City and The City of Angels in one sensational trip

Two incredible Californian cities. One wow worthy trip. San Francisco delights with iconic landmarks, artistic soul and Victorian houses on the hills. Witness that famous fog, hop on vintage trams, grab snapshots on the Golden Gate Bridge and soak up seafaring style. Then onto Los Angeles to embrace the Hollywood high life as much as the beaches, shops and restaurants that make this city a celebrity favourite.

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San Francisco and Los Angeles

California lifestyle. City combos. Landmarks and luxury.

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San Francisco

Dive right into The City by The Bay

Northern California’s wonderfully walkable city is set between the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay. It’s where you’ll find sea lions lounging on Pier 39, clam chowder dished out at Fisherman’s Wharf, luxury shops dotted around Union Square and Michelin starred restaurants scattered across the neighbourhoods.

San Francisco

What to do in San Francisco

There’s something for everyone here

Sip sake in Japantown, sample oysters and olive oils at The Ferry Building Market, cycle across The Golden Gate Bridge and whizz to the top of Coit Tower for birds' eye city views. Purchase a hop on hop off city sightseeing ticket and see all the landmarks including Alcatraz in 48 hours or spend a day in Golden Gate Park ticking off the Conservatory of Flowers, the Academy of Sciences and the de Young Fine Arts Museum. Neighbourhoods range from the edgy to the exclusive in a city where you’ll find museums, churches and gardens as much as you’ll discover coastal trails, craft cocktail bars and cool coffee shops.

Where to stay in San Francisco

Discover some of the best hotels in the city

You can choose from fun, functional and prime location hotels such as The Handlery Union Square which comes with an outdoor pool or Hotel Caza which is just minutes from Fisherman’s Wharf. Have a stylish stay in a former fruit cannery at The Argonaut or sleep sky-high on the waterfront at Hyatt Regency. The Fairmont San Francisco, is the luxury choice for balcony suites and wonderful city and bay views.

Los Angeles

Live like a star in La La Land

Southern California’s most starry city boasts palm trees and Pacific Ocean beaches. Los Angeles offers an adventurous multilayered experience with Tinseltown and Universal Studios vying for your attention alongside Rodeo Drive’s luxury shops, Griffith Park’ exquisite views, ROW DTLA’s stylish bars and hiking trails that will take you to the Hollywood sign.

What to do in Los Angeles

Unforgettable days and nights

Give yourself three nights to experience LA’s individual charms. For family fun there’s everything from movie studio tours to the Walk of Fame. For SoCal’s laid-back lifestyle Santa Monica and Venice Beach are unmissable whilst the Bradbury Building and The Getty rank high for art and architecture lovers. LA is packed with Instagrammable spots including opulent flower-filled restaurants and candy pink cupcake ATMs as well as fabulous shops: Melrose Place for luxury threads and Abbot Kinney Boulevard for independent finds. A different kind of starry experience can be had at Griffith Observatory where you can look through free telescopes in search of planets and constellations.

Hollywood Hills

Where to stay in Los Angeles

Iconic hotels and beachside hotspots

Ten minutes from Universal Studios, The Garland Hotel is a gorgeous spot to soak up the sun before seeing the sights. For a taste of SoCal’s salty ocean lifestyle Shutters on the Beach is your chicest beachside retreat. And the icons? The Beverly Hilton is a wonderful choice for glam poolside lounging whilst The Hollywood Roosevelt, opposite the Chinese Theatre, is a hip hotel with a history of movie star guests.