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Holiday rental apartments in Los Angeles

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  1. Private room
  2. East Hollywood
Hollywood - Single private room

This is a small private room in a private house. You share bathroom and a kitchen/living area with two other bedrooms. The house is in a safe residential part of Hollywood a short walk to the subway and Los Feliz village, very close to Los Angeles Children’s Hospital, Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center and Kaiser. We want to be your home away from home.

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  1. Private room
  2. Central LA
Private room in sunny, cozy, stylish apartment!

Enjoy easy access to everything LA from this centrally located apartment! Located in a fun, upbeat and bustling area! Close to the best of the best in sightseeing, outdoor activities, shopping, dining and nightlife. Just 20 minutes from Beverly Hills and Downtown LA! This is Hollywood! They sometimes shoot movie scenes on my street because of the iconic area! 🎥 Fully furnished, fully stocked and full of positive vibes!

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  2. El Sereno
Duplex apt with parking in northeast LA (1bed/1ba)

Located 3 miles northeast of Downtown LA in El Sereno - close to many parks, Dodger Stadium, Chinatown, Highland Park, South Pasadena. The apt is in a charming renovated Spanish style 1920's duplex - quiet neighborhood with close access to the 5, 10, and 110 freeways. Minimum 30 day rental. Apt has a brand new bathroom and renovated kitchen. Includes 1 off street parking spot.

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Houses in Los Angeles

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  2. Palms
Swede
  1. Private room
  2. Central LA
LR,Tiny,cheap,quiet,close tobus n train stn,dwntwn
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  2. South Robertson
The Reeves Mansion near Beverly Hills
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  2. Glendale
Beautiful Detached Studio with Full Kitchen/Bath
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  2. Central LA
The Mansion,cozy,dwntwn,bus n train close
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  2. South LA
La Tijera Village 10 minutes from LAX
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  2. Hollywood Studio District
Mexican inspired room in the heart of Hollywood!
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  2. Mid City
the mid city . registration : HSR19-002172
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  2. Hollywood Studio District
Parisian Apartment | Private Balcony | Heart of Hollywood, 1 Block to Sunset
  1. Private room
  2. Studio City
Private Room/house Studio City, LA
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  2. Mar Vista
Beautiful Private Room in West LA
  1. Private room
  2. Central LA
Z Private room Twin bed D Cam LT

Pet-friendly apartments

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  2. South LA
LOS ANGELES CRAFTSMAN STYLE STUDIO
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  2. Silver Lake
Siverlake best location in town -
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  2. Venice
Sunlit Art Apartment - Walk to Beach
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  2. South LA
"Chic Private Room w/ Shared Bath In Beautiful LA"
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  2. Central LA
Pets Ok spacious priv 1 bedrm apt
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  2. Santa Monica
Amazing Sunsets, Pier and Beach
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  2. Central LA
Hip West Hollywood Studio PC
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  2. Central LA
730/37 - Wilshire Blvd (Near DTLA) - Studio
  1. Private room
  2. South LA
Modern one-bedroom near DTLA #4
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  2. Glendale
Cozy Apartment near Downtown in ECHO PARK
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  2. Santa Monica
Direct White Water, Sand and Pier
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  2. Hollywood Dell
Hollywood Hills Beauty

Apartments with pools

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  2. Central LA
Luxury Downtown Los Angeles Apartment FreeParking
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  2. Mar Vista
CUTE STUDIO 3 MILES TO VENICE BEACH
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  2. Hollywood
Dazzling Hollywood Studio - Fully Furnished
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  2. Hollywood
HOLLYWOOD, 1BR Free Parking, Luxury Apartment
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  2. Central LA
Bright Comfortable 1-Br/Studio with Views in WeHo
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  2. Central LA
Luxury Downtown LA APT BEST LOCATION Free Parking
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  2. Downtown Los Angeles
Large modern Downtown LA loft
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  2. Hollywood
One Bedroom Galore-Fully Furnished
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  2. Hollywood
Private Hollywood Studio - Fully Furnished
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  2. Downtown Los Angeles
Downtown Condo
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  2. Central LA
Beautiful Luxury Stay - DTLA
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  2. Brentwood
Private room with ocean view near UCLA

Tips from Los Angeles locals

Get advice about the city from the people who know it best. Local hosts share their tips and recommendations for travelers like you.

What should I pack?

Sunblock California is sunny most of the time. be safe and don't forget your sunblock :)

Luxury
LuxuryLives in Los Angeles

Bring warm, cozy socks! Layers are key to staying comfy in los angeles weather.

Marcia & Tiffany
Marcia & TiffanyLives in Los Angeles

What's the best way to get around?

Uber, lyft or rental car are the fastest ways to get around the city. Noho is... - 60 mins from lax - 10 mins from burbank airport - 40 mins from downtown la/garment district - 25 mins from beverly hills - 35 mins from venice beach & santa monica piers - 30 mins from dodger stadium - 30 mins from ucla - 40 mins from usc local bus lines: 158, 163/162, 164, 165, 167 & 237 metro local line. la county metro rail: red line & orange line

Marcia & Tiffany
Marcia & TiffanyLives in Los Angeles

Drive, walk, bird! You're in la. drive, uber, walk as you see fit :) also - there is now an app called 'bird' (or lyme, or bolt, or jump)! that allows you to rent electric scooters on the fly for 15c a minute. you can pick up and ditch them anywhere, download the app to scoot your heart out.

J
JLives in Los Angeles

Driving best times If you are driving in la- the best times to miss traffic are between 10-2pm then about 8:30pm onwards street are much clearer. the traffic flows mostly west in the mornings and east at night. so for example if you want to go to the beach (west) do not come back in the afternoon! the traffic will be at least an 1-2 hours. the best would be to stay there for dinner and return after of which you are looking at only a 20-30 mins trip. or go in the morning around 10 to miss traffic and head back no later than 2pm.

Naomi
NaomiLives in Los Angeles

Parking/traffic at theme parks can be very bad If you're doing a day trip to disney, you can use uber/lyft to avoid traffic and wait times.

Luxury
LuxuryLives in Los Angeles

What's the local culture like?

Fourth friday's on retro row! Fourth street's retro row, a vintage-focused shopping and dining district between temple and hermosa avenues, offers a free community event series. activating the business district on the fourth friday of every month, from 6 to 9 p.m., attendees can expect to enjoy extended store hours, food and drink specials, discounted merchandise, pop up shops, art shows, live music and more along the thoroughfare.

Harrison
HarrisonLives in Los Angeles

Restaurants are very busy weekend nights and brunch so try and make a reservation if you can. If you dont have a reservation, you can usually get a table at norah's on santa monica which is a joy as well as connie and ted's. i also like the hudson for brunch. the griddle always has a line so would try and go mid-week instead.

Naomi
NaomiLives in Los Angeles

What should I not miss?

Universal city is a must for all! - universal citywalk: cinema, ifly indoor skydiving, restaurants, casual dining, quick-service eateries, snacks & refreshments, clothing shops, novelties & souvenir shops, universal studio store - universal studios hollywood: thrilling theme park, the world-famous studio tour, rides & attractions, dreamworks theatre

Marcia & Tiffany
Marcia & TiffanyLives in Los Angeles

How can I save money on this trip?

Eat before and after theme parks Theme park prices tend to be exponentially higher than nearby restaurants

Luxury
LuxuryLives in Los Angeles

What are some useful phrases?

Los angeles = la North hollywood = noho west hollywood = weho downtown los angeles = dtla a native/local = angelino

Marcia & Tiffany
Marcia & TiffanyLives in Los Angeles

Your guide to Los Angeles

All About Los Angeles

There is much more to L.A. than movies, celebrities, and theme parks. A cultural powerhouse with more than 100 museums and over 200 theatres to explore, the Californian city is a diverse and multicultural hub with a population of more than 140 countries speaking 224 different languages, which is best reflected in its vibrant culinary scene. The city is also widely known for its reliably sunny weather and over 120 kilometres of beautiful coastline, including famous beachside locations like Malibu and Santa Monica. But its geography is truly diverse — look inland at the deep valleys and wide mountain ranges that surround the city.


When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Los Angeles?

Los Angeles is delightful all year round, but the best times to visit are from March to May or between September and November when the weather is pleasantly warm in the day and the nights are milder. The city comes to life in April with Fiesta Broadway, the country's largest Cinco de Mayo celebration, a Mexican street fair that takes over downtown. Baseball season also kicks off in April, making it a great time to catch a game. Summer in L.A. is all about time at the beach, and there are many to choose from. June to August can get very warm, so make sure to pack your hat and sunscreen. When it comes to accommodations in California’s biggest city, you will be spoiled for choice with an abundance of vibrant and unique rentals available.


What are the top things to do in Los Angeles?

Lake Hollywood Reservoir

There are many spots to catch a glimpse of the famous Hollywood sign, but Lake Hollywood Reservoir — about a 20-minute drive from downtown L.A. — offers glorious views from many different vantage points along the 5.6 kilometre walking paths that loop around the reservoir. The lakeside walk is suitable for all ages and also offers a nice moment of serenity just minutes from the bustling city.

Mulholland Drive

Get in a car and take a trip along Mulholland Drive — famously depicted in movies and songs — a beautiful, long and winding stretch of road that offers the most amazing views of Los Angeles and beyond from many vantage points. Along the road you will also come across some of the most luxurious homes in the city; these homeowners spare no expense in ensuring their homes are on par with the celebrities in Beverly Hills.

Mural Mile

Take a trip to the Mural Mile, started in 2012 in the San Fernando Valley to highlight L.A.’s diverse culture through wall murals. Today more than 40 murals decorate the walls of Pacoima and local artists are constantly evolving the collection. Not only is it a great insight into L.A. culture, it will take you to one of the lesser visited areas of the city.