SHERATON UNIVERSAL HOTEL – “HOTEL OF THE STARS”
FEATURES UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT-ORIENTED SETTING
NESTLED ON THE FAMED UNIVERSAL STUDIOS HOLLYWOOD BACKLOT
SPECIAL TO THE LOS ANGELES BUSINESS JOURNAL ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE
LOS ANGELES (May 30, 1997) — Situated at the center of Los Angeles’ entertainment mecca, the 442-room Sheraton Universal Hotel, known as the “Hotel of the Stars” in Universal City, offers a unique locale in the magnificent Hollywood Hills on the backlot of the famed Universal Studios Hollywood.
It is here that entertainment options abound with options for the entire family. Experience the dozens of Universal Studios Hollywood attractions from the ultimate ride of terror Jurassic Park – The Ride to the spellbinding Back to the Future The Ride attractions. Take a stroll through Universal CityWalk where you’ll experience colorful street performers, eclectic dining, upscale one of a-kind shops and entertainment from magic, the blues and even country Western dancing. The hotel is also freeway close to The Los Angeles Zoo, Griffith Park, The Autry Museum of Western Heritage and NBC Studios. Additionally, the San Fernando Valley location features many well known restaurants, both on the hill at Universal CityWalk and on Ventura Boulevard. Movie buffs relish in the top rated movies at Cineplex Oden 18-movie theater complex available at Universal City Cinemas. Visitors can also catch the hottest names in entertainment at the Universal Amphitheatre seven nights a week.
And what’s more, this landmark hotel combines the area’s magnificent attractions with an overnight Easy Reach guestroom package available seven days a week, through December 30, 1997. Priced at $230 per guestroom, the package highlights admission for two to Universal Studios Hollywood, complimentary tram transportation to the famed attraction, and a deluxe guestroom for up to four people, complimentary self parking, two complimentary children’s dinners from the Californias menu when two adult dinners are purchased. Easy Reach Package reservations can be made by calling 1/800-325-3535.