Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles, I love you! I'm falling in love with California more and more each moment. I arrived on Thursday night and stayed at the Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport and managed to scarf down just about everything in their hotel restaurant. I really liked how easy and accessible this hotel was for me, especially because I had just flown in and needed rest, ASAP. The staff are accommodating, and the hotel bus takes you directly to the door of the hotel with no stops. Plus it's free, so you don't have to worry about calling an Uber or a Lyft. The room was chic and perfectly sized, especially since Libby and I totally packed. With a simple $10 Uber from the hotel to West Hollywood, the Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport is the best place to stay in Cali.
After checking out early yesterday morning, we headed to West Hollywood for a hot pilates class. When I travel, I have to get a workout in to stay sane. I'm in meetings the entire day, from 10 AM-11 PM, and without my workout, I don't always feel strong enough to proceed through the entire day without taking a nap. The cool thing about following your dreams is that you have to have the power to never give up. That may mean not sleeping for a day (like I won't be sleeping for 24 hours starting tomorrow because I have to fly straight from LA to Austin and go to SXSW) or having to rely on granola bars for breakfast, lunch and dinner if you're on the go. Never give up!
After pilates, we went to our hotel to check in. I'm staying at the Intercontinental Hotel in Century City, which is one of the sickest hotels I've ever stayed in. Whether you're traveling on business or leisure, this is the place to come. I'll have a fun video and recap of my hotel experiences next week, but for now, enjoy the pics above!
I also got to meet some lovely people yesterday. Angela Gulner, Brittany Furlan and Rachel McCord were some of them. Rachel is interested in partnering to work on M.I.N.T., which makes me so thrilled because it just shows that the whole message about teens and body image is seriously going viral. Looking forward to bringing this message to the next level ASAP!