Hotel Casa Pellegrino Boutique Hotel
This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. Casa Pellegrino Boutique Hotel is located in Hollywood, 3 minutes' walk from the beach and 1.2 kilometres' drive from Anne Kolb Nature Center. WiFi is offered throughout the property and private parking is available on site. Rooms offer Greek, Spanish, or Italian decor and come equipped with a microwave, refrigerator, and a dining table. A flat-screen TV and private bathroom are also provided. Due to the pandemic/Covid-19, the room cleaning service is ONLY after the check-out. There is NO maid daily service. The area is popular for snorkelling and diving. City of Dania Beach Marina is 3.5 km from Casa Pellegrino Boutique Hotel, while Topeekeegee Yugnee Park is 6 km from the property. The nearest airport is Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, 6 km from the property.
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What to see in Hollywood
Hollywood is a neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles, California, United States, which has become a metonymy of the American film industry. Many of his studies, such as those of Columbia Pictures, Disney, Paramount Pictures, the Warner Bros. or Universal Pictures, were founded here; Paramount still has his studies in this neighborhood. Hollywood was founded as a municipality in 1903. In 1910, he merged with the city of Los Angeles and, shortly after, an important film industry emerged that, finally, would become the best known in the world.
H. J. Whitley, a real estate promoter, managed to buy the ranch of E. C. Hurd, 1.9 km². They agreed a price and closed the deal. Whitley shared his projects for the new city with General Harrison Gray Otis, editor of Los Angeles Times, and with Ivar Weid, an important businessman in the area.
Daeida Wilcox, who donated land to help in the development of Hollywood, learned the name Hollywood from an acquaintance who owned a farm with that name in Illinois. Mrs. Wilcox said: «I chose the name Hollywood simply because It sounds good and because I am superstitious and the holly [in English, Holly] gives good luck. , although it was not until August 1887 when Wilcox decided to use that name and presented in the Los Angeles County Registry a writing and a map of the property.