The Bachelor’s original loved-up couple, Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich had a blast on a recent romantic holiday in celebrity hotspot West Hollywood to film for their YouTube channel show ‘Tim and Anna Escape’.

Residing in the ultimate “be seen” hotel, Mondrian West Hollywood, the duo have been photographed posing poolside in the hip resort, dining at the rustic neighbourhood restaurant Eveleigh as well as stylish rooftop E.P and L.P, lunching at classic Italian eatery Cecconi’s, playing with Minnie & Mickey at Disneyland and rejuvenating at Kinara Spa.

Check out these 10 hotspots to create the ultimate Anna & Tim experience in West Hollywood, then, book with Excite Holidays for your chance to win a trip to experience West Hollywood like a local and bag a truck load of reward points, too! Find out more here.

 

1. Mondrian Hotel

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Tim and Anna checked into one of the most stylish hotels in WeHo, Mondrian Los Angeles set amidst of the action of Sunset Strip.

A beacon for A-list celebrities, the couple fitted right in when hanging out poolside and topping up their tans among LA’s elite.

 

2. E.P + L.P

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Asian easting House, E.P +L.P is one of the most coveted spots in town – even Al Pacino dined there recently.

The restaurant is owned by Australian DJ Grant Smillie and the man behind the Southeast Asian fusion menu is another Aussie, Executive Chef Louis Tikram… so Tim and Anna knew they’d feel right at home.

 

3. Cecconi’s

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Although Anna & Tim couldn’t agree on how to pronounce the title of this Italian restaurant, they certainly agreed on just how delicious Cecconi’s, a modern day classic Italian restaurant in an elegant yet relaxed setting, really is.

 

4. Kinara Skin Care Clinic

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Tim & Anna sought some much needed downtime during their extensive travels, treating themselves to one of the many luxurious massage treatments at Kinara Skin Care Clinic – a refuge for A-list celebrities and savvy skin care enthusiasts.

 

5. Eveleigh

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Tim & Anna loved the laid back vibe of Eveleigh – a neighbourhood restaurant where you will find country comfort cuisine inspired by farm-to-table and local farmer’s market goods, as well as one of L.A’s best outdoor patios.

The style of food served draws on inspiration from southern Europe, with hints of California in a rustic yet elegant approach.

 

6. Gracias Madre

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The dreamy duo dropped into Gracias Madre, a chic vegan Mexican eatery, for a delicious organic lunch made only from the freshest local ingredients.

 

7. Blushington

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Blushington is a trendy makeup studio and beauty lounge offering professional makeup applications at affordable prices and in a well-designed, fun atmosphere. The consultants specialise in a range of glam options from camera ready look to any special occasion.

No wonder Anna and her girlfriend chose to get ready here before setting off for LA Fashion Week.

 

8. DryBar

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Not cuts, no colour – just a blow dry! Anna and her girlfriend loved this blow-dry-only salon and its chic lounge-like décor and talented stylists.

A visit lasts 45 minutes and will only set you back $35 to have you leave with the perfect look.

 

9. Equinox

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The fitness enthusiasts didn’t let holiday indulgences stand in the way of keeping in tip-top shape, stopping by ultra-cool fitness hotspot Equinox for a quick workout.

 

10. Katana

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Tim & Anna spent their last night indulging at Katana – the sexiest stop on the famous Sunset Strip.

Specialising in robatayaki (cooking with open flame) style of Japanese cuisine, the upmarket eatery offers raw fare, charcoal-grilled cuisine and everything in between.

What’s your favourite West Hollywood spot?