Parking Directions

Driving Directions

From the North
Take 101 South. Exit Highland Avenue. The street winds down and become three lanes as you approach the Hollywood & Highland Center. The parking entrance is on Highland Avenue next to the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, north of Hollywood Blvd.

From the South
Take 110 North (passing the Downtown area) to the 101 North. Exit Highland Avenue (Stay on right-hand side of the freeway as exit splits). The street winds down and becomes three lanes towards Hollywood Bowl. Turn left onto Highland Avenue, at the Hollywood & Highland Center. The parking entrance is on Highland Avenue next to the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, north of Hollywood Blvd.

From the East
Take 10 West to 101 North. Exit Highland Avenue (Stay on right-hand side of the freeway as exit splits). The street winds down and becomes three lanes towards Hollywood Bowl. Turn left onto Highland Avenue, at the Hollywood & Highland Center. The parking entrance is on Highland Avenue next to the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, north of Hollywood Blvd.

From the West
Take 10 East to 110 North/Downtown (passing the Downtown area) to the 101 North. Exit Highland Avenue (Stay on right-hand side of the freeway as exit splits). The street winds down and becomes three lanes towards Hollywood Bowl. Turn left onto Highland Avenue, at the Hollywood & Highland Center. The parking entrance is on Highland Avenue next to the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, north of Hollywood Blvd.

Public Transportation
The Metro RED LINE subway has a stop at the Hollywood & Highland Center. 
For Metro Bus information, call 1-800-COMMUTE or click here (www.mta.net)

Parking
Parking for Kodak Theatre is at the Hollywood & Highland Center structure. Enter on Highland Avenue next to the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel, north of Hollywood Blvd. Rates are posted at each entrance. Please note that, although Kodak Theatre is unable to validate parking, the retail and dining establishments within the complex offer discount validation.

Traffic Information

Hollywood is a busy town! Road closures, heavy traffic and special events may cause delays when attending Kodak Theatre. Please consult LA City Traffic for the most up to date information.

Hollywood & Highland Center

At this one-of-a-kind, high profile destination the best in retail, fine dining and unique entertainment venues come together with the vibrant world of today’s Hollywood.

Directly connected to the historic Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, Hollywood + Highland is a hot spot for locals as well as a “must see” destination for international visitors.

In addition to the world renowned Kodak Theatre, the center features over 60 top retailers, nine of L.A.’s finest restaurants, Grauman’s Chinese 6 Theatres, two popular nightclubs and Lucky Strike Lanes, a high tech and trendy bowling alley and lounge.

The award-winning, Renaissance Hollywood Hotel features 640 sumptuously appointed rooms, including 33 luxury suites and an elegant, Mid-Century Modern décor. With nearly 50,000 square feet of state of the art meeting facilities, the four star hotel attracts major events and conventions. 

The Grand Ballroom operated by famous chef and restaurateur, Wolfgang Puck draws A-list events, parties and conventions. Most notably, it is the site of the exclusive Governor’s Ball, following the Academy Awards® ceremonies each year.

The world famous KROQ-FM has recently opened a satellite radio station at Hollywood+Highland. The station attracts a large number of music fans with frequent in-studio appearances of top recording artists.

TV Guide Channel Studio

The studio serves as home base for productin of TV Guide Channel’s original series and specials .