Dodger Stadium is where the Los Angeles Dodgers play their MLB baseball games, and it’s an awesome place to be in the spring, summer, and fall. Located in the Elysian Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, this baseball stadium is on Vin Scully Avenue and a very busy area on game days. For this reason, many baseball fans and travelers want to stay nearby to avoid traffic congestion and delays that could make you miss the first pitch. Here are our top recommended hotels to stay at near Dodger Stadium to be close to all the exciting baseball action in Los Angeles.
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NoMad Hotel Los Angeles (Prices & Photos)
Situated at the corner of 7th and Olive Street, the NoMad Hotel is a downtown Los Angeles hotel in the historic Giannini Building. It used to be the headquarters for the Bank of Italy and still retains its authentic Italian charm today. The NoMad Hotel is about 2.5 miles from Dodger Stadium. This is an exciting and vibrant neighborhood that is also in walking distance of the Arts District, Gallery Row, Flower District, and other top attractions in Los Angeles. Inside the hotel, there are modern rooms and suites that are well-appointed with original artwork, king-size beds, and other amenities. There’s a restaurant on-site and also a rooftop pool that offers excellent views of the Los Angeles skyline. The pool area has its own cocktail bar and outdoor café. Other perks of staying here are the 24-hour fitness room, high-speed Wi-Fi, and valet parking.
Omni Los Angeles at California Plaza (Prices & Photos)
Meanwhile, the Omni Los Angeles at California Plaza is about two miles from Dodger Stadium and a great place to stay when you’re in town for a game. The Omni is a luxury hotel pick that is atop Bunker Hill and rises 17 stories tall. It’s a sophisticated place to stay with an outdoor heated lap pool, spa, fitness center, and two restaurants. In addition to Dodger Stadium, the Omni is also in close proximity to the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Ahmanson Theatre, The Broad, and the Los Angeles Convention Center. The extensive list of guest services includes complimentary luxury sedan shuttle service within a three-mile radius, Wi-Fi, and childcare upon request. The Omni Kids Crew program offers kids a welcome backpack upon check-in with games and activity books.
Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles (Prices & Photos)
You can also stay at the Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles when you’re planning to catch a game at Dodger Stadium because this hotel is just 2.5 miles away. Stay here to experience the elegance of classic Hollywood glamour. The hotel is made up of three ornate towers with exquisite ballrooms below and views of Pershing Square. Guests here enjoy the complimentary fitness center, Wi-Fi, multiple in-house restaurants, and children’s concierge package. In addition to being close to Dodger Stadium, this Biltmore hotel is also within about 10-minutes walking distance of Macy’s, the Broad Museum, and Grand Central Market. Foodies enjoy staying here because of the Mediterranean-Italian cuisine of Smeraldi’s Restaurant, classic cocktails at the Gallery Bar and Cognac Room, and afternoon tea at the Rendezvous Court.
Noon on Sunset Hill (Prices & Photos)
If you want to be even closer to Dodger Stadium, then book a room at Noon on Sunset Hill, which is only about a half-mile from the stadium. This is a chic urban hotel above Sunset Boulevard in a hip neighborhood filled with trendy cafes and eclectic shops. Also, nearby are Elysian Park, Echo Park Lake, and Angelino Heights. Not only are you within walking distance of the stadium here, but you can also walk to an impressive array of restaurants and street carts offering Japanese, French, vegan, and many other styles of cuisine. There are just nine individual rooms here spread across three floors. Rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and other amenities.
Miyako Hotel Los Angeles (Prices & Photos)
You’ll also only be about 2.3 miles from Dodger Stadium when you stay at Miyako Hotel Los Angeles. This hotel celebrates Japanese elegance and has an inviting urban atmosphere. You’ll also be just a couple blocks from the Little Tokyo Metro Station and about a half-mile from Union Station. Miyako is a popular brand of hotels in Japan, and there are a couple of them here in Southern California too. Come here for Asian-inspired rooms that offer complimentary Wi-Fi, Japanese-style heated water bidets, and other amenities. There are two on-site restaurants to choose from here. Tamon offers a breakfast buffet plus lunch and dinner, while Café Take 5 offers coffee, tea, and light fare.
The Mayfair Hotel (Prices & Photos)
Dodgers fans can also stay at the Mayfair Hotel, which is about 2.7 miles from the stadium and has an artistic vibe you’ll fall in love with. This downtown Los Angeles hotel has a large entertainment area with a pool, bar, outdoor fireplace, private cabanas and fitness center. Eve restaurant serves all meals and there’s a library with cozy nooks for reading, while M Bar serves craft beers and cocktails and the Fairgrounds serves artisanal coffees and teas. The rooms at the Mayfair Hotel are modern, edgy, and inspiring. Outside the hotel, you can easily access Little Tokyo, Chinatown, Pershing Square, and Olvera Street.
Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown (Prices & Photos)
We also recommend the Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown for Dodgers game days because this hotel is just 2.2 miles from the stadium. This luxurious hotel is a ‘2018 Travel + Leisure World’s Best Hotel’ and ‘2018 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice’ winner. It is 73 stories high and a true landmark in the Los Angeles skyline. Take in the views from the 70th-floor sky lobby, sip a drink at the tallest open-air bar in the Western Hemisphere at Spire 73, and enjoy the American/French cuisine of La Boucherie.
Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites Los Angeles (Prices & Photos)
The last hotel we’ll mention here is the Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites Los Angeles, which is just under two miles from Dodger Stadium. This elegant Marriott hotel is located in the heart of downtown and housed in sleek glass towers that are an architectural landmark in Los Angeles. After Dodgers games, you can dine at the on-site steakhouse, visit the 34th-floor bar, then take advantage of the outdoor pool, fitness studio, free Wi-Fi, and pet-friendly accommodations.