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Awards season is the perfect time to explore the exciting attractions of Hollywood, and with a taxi from Beverly Hill Cab Co., you can see it all in movie-star luxury.

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The nominees have been announced, and the flurry of excitement has begun – it's awards season again in Hollywood! While most of us will never be at the podium showing off movie-star looks, you can still experience red carpet-level glamour with a Hollywood cab from Beverly Hills Cab Co. As the premier cab service in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills Cab Co. has garnered a reputation for an unparalleled level of service – and a loyal customer base. That's why, whether they're assisting movie stars with an airport taxi to LAX for a last-minute film shoot or providing tourists with efficient travel to L.A.'s hottest attractions, the team at Beverly Hills Cab Co. can always be trusted to provide first-class service.   

Across the U.S., January is commonly thought of as the quietest time of year. Short, cold days often lead to a desire to hibernate until the thaw of spring. In Hollywood, though, people are known to do things their own way, which is why it's no surprise that the winter months leading up to the Oscars are often among the most exciting time of year in the movie-obsessed town.

For those of us who aren't fortunate enough to have a ticket to the gala event, it's usually wise to avoid Los Angeles in the days directly prior to the big night. However, early winter can prove to be the best time for stargazing and touring the brightest and best Hollywood hotspots – and with the luxurious taxis of Beverly Hills Cab Co., you'll feel like movie-star royalty all the while.

As the home of the Academy Awards, the Dolby Theatre is often number one on the must-see list of star-struck tourists to Los Angeles. Not only does the venue offer guided tours to guests, but its prime location in the heart of downtown Hollywood can make it the ideal centerpiece of a whole day of activity. In fact, iconic locales like TCL Chinese Theater, with its celebrity hand and footprints is right next door, and across the street, you'll find the El Capitan, a stunning, old Hollywood relic that was restored by Disney in 1991. Incredible as it seems, once you arrive in L.A., all these glorious Hollywood landmarks are only a quick Beverly Hill Cab Co. taxi ride away.

Beverly Hills Cab Co. provides services from the Wilshire Center to Brentwood, as well as Westchester/LAX, ensuring that no matter where you are staying, their iconic blue cabs will be a convenient option. Each luxurious taxi is routinely inspected and cleaned, and every driver is screened and trained to operate throughout the area, ensuring a pleasant trip that serves as an extension of the glitzy L.A. experience you expect from our star-studded city. If you're looking to travel like a movie star this January, call Beverly Hill Cab Co. toll-free at 800-398-5221, or visit them online at www.beverlyhillscabco.com today.

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