The 12-story Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles, California plays host to XBIZ Hollywood ’07 Conference. Since it first opened in 1927, the Roosevelt has been a cultural landmark, showering world travelers and silver screen icons with trappings and niceties that typify luxury and opulence.

PHONE: (323) 466-7000
RESERVATIONS: (800) 950-7667  (Group Code: XBIZ)

Across the street from the Mann’s Chinese Theater and a stone’s throw away from the world famous Kodak theatre, the Roosevelt boasts character and charm in spades. Clark Gable, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford were frequent guests at this venue that hosted the first Academy Awards celebration in 1929.

The storied hot spot saw a complete renovation in 2005. Under the direction of acclaimed designer Dodd Mitchell, the hotel was reborn, brandishing a wealth of sweeping structural improvements and cosmetic upgrades.

The past meets the present in today’s Roosevelt Hotel, and there’s a surprise around every corner.

Take a dip in the outdoor, heated pool which features an underwater mural by David Hockney, or kick back at the corner bar inside the gorgeous Spanish Colonial lobby.

XBIZ Hollywood ‘07 guests will enjoy everything the Roosevelt has to offer, from the resplendent conference halls to decadent entrées at Dakota's to signature rooms like the Marilyn Monroe suite. So don’t miss out! XBIZ Hollywood ’07 Conference will be remembered long after the weekend of workshops and networking has drawn to a close!

Hollywood Walk of Fame
(323) 469-8311
A tribute to over 2000 artists who have made significant contributions to film, radio, television, theatre and the recording industries.  The first star placed on February 9 1960, was for Joanne Woodward.  One of Hollywood's most popular tourist attractions, the Walk of Fame lies on both sides of Hollywood Blvd. from Gower to La Brea and both sides of Vine Street, from Yucca to Sunset. The Silver Four Ladies of Hollywood Gazebo, at Lea Brea, should not be missed.
Universal Studios and Universal City Walk
This awe-inspiring facility offers a variety of attractions, entertainment, and rides all centered around motion pictures and television programs.
Whiskey A GO-GO
8901 Sunset Boulevard (310) 652-4202 ext15
As long as there has been a Los Angeles rock scene, there has been the Whiskey A GO-GO. An anchor on the Sunset Strip since its opening in 1964, the Whiskey has played host to rock 'n' roll's most important bands, from The Doors, Janis Joplin and Led Zeppelin to today's up and coming new artists.
The Troubador
9081 Santa Monica Blvd (310) 276-6168
Since opening in 1957, the legendary Troubadour club in West Hollywood has helped launch some of contemporary music's most talented performers. Greats such as Elton John, James Taylor and Tom Waits performed there early in their careers, and it continues to be a destination for cutting-edge acts from around the world.
The Magic Castle
7001 Franklin Avenue (323) 851-3313
This Victorian mansion built in 1908 in the Hollywood Hills is home to the Academy of Magical Arts, an organization dedicated to the advancement of the art of magic. It's an interesting house to pass by on your walk or drive through Hollywood.
Yamashiro Sky Room
1999 N. Sycamore Ave.  (323) 466-5125.
Can be seen from in front of the Hotel Roosevelt high up on the hill behind Mann's Chinese. This Japanese restaurant is a replica of an Oriental Palace containing some 12 acres of landscaped gardens, waterfalls and pagoda's. Has spectacular views of the city below and was used for the premiere party of "Lethal Weapon 4."
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