West Hollywood is firmly where the action is in Los Angeles right now and thanks to the arrival of several world-class luxury hotels, the city is capturing the attention of local and international travellers like never before.
To find out what’s hot and new in the hotel scene, plus the city’s thriving diverse scene, top tables, tours and much more, Wayfarer‘s James Wilkinson caught up with West Hollywood Travel and Tourism Board President and CEO, Tom Kiely, on camera in Los Angeles recently.
Book a seat in Fiji Airways’ brilliant Business Class cabin
Fiji Airways flies Los Angeles via the airline’s hub in Nadi from Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Christchurch, Melbourne, San Francisco, Singapore, Sydney, Wellington and across the South Pacific.
The flights are operated by Fiji Airways’ world class fleet, which includes the flagship Airbus A350-900, headlined by the carrier’s all-new Business Class that features flatbed seats with all-aisle access.
Onboard Fiji Airways flights at the pointy end, expect top food and wine, particularly thanks to the new Business class menu from renowned Kiwi-Fijian chef Richard Cross, fantastic entertainment (including Wayfarer TV episodes!), a sleeper service for overnight flights and some of the world’s best onboard service.
Fiji Airways has a fantastic new Business Class menu
In economy class, passengers can upgrade their journey with some additional benefits such as the My Bubble and My Island seating arrangements allow passengers to purchase an extra seat or row respectively in economy for extra space and comfort. My Island comes with a mattress topper, Business class pillow, additional blanket and seat belt extension.
Travellers onboard all services will enjoy the award-winning Fijian hospitality and travel perks including increased baggage allowance from 23kg to 30kg for economy class passengers on all international flights and a complementary ‘Our Ocean Our Life’ in-flight activity pack for kids.