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New Year's Eve in Los Angeles

Top 10 New Year's Eve Destinations

Officially the Tournament of Roses Parade, the 125th edition of the 5 1/2-mile, two-hour spectacle, titled "Dreams Come True," will feature equestrian units, colorful floral floats and marching bands


CELEBRATE

We love Hollywood's exclusive club scene, rowdy pub crawls and over-the-top Cleopatra's New Year's Eve Ball, but this year downtown's new Grand Park features live music, art installations, food trucks and a digital video show on the walls of City Hall. Post midnight, head to Pasadena to watch floats being assembled for the legendary New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade.


EAT/DRINK

The Edison: Ghosts of dazzling nightclubs past set the stage for a night of drinking, dining and dancing to an eclectic array of live bands downtown.

Greystone Manor: Celebrities, a hot DJ and a five-hour open bar kick NYE up a notch in this sinfully sexy nouveau supper club on La Cienega.

W Hollywood: The swanky 2015 NYElectric party features stellar city views, three headliner DJs and VIP bottle packages in poolside cabanas.


SLEEP

JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE: Views, a premier downtown spot in the L.A. LIVE complex, all the perks of the attached The Ritz-Carlton, and oh — did we mention the sweeping views?

The Hollywood Roosevelt: Pretty people galore, a one-of-a-kind swimming pool courtesy of David Hockney and the nouveau vaudevillian Beacher's Madhouse boasting burlesque, fire-breathers and acrobats.

For details on the New Year's Eve party at Grand Park, visit the official website


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