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2 - 5 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
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    • 1 BA,
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      1 - 2 night minimum stay
      • 1 BR,
      • 1 BA,
      • Sleeps 5
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        Recent West Hollywood Reviews

        Great home in LA

        5 of 5
        Right from the start dealing with Sharlotte was a breeze. She returned my call the day I emailed to answer all my questions. Once in LA the home was exactly as showing on the website and more. My entire family was thrilled with the home and everything that it offered. Travelling with two teenage girls can be a challenge at times but they loved their room. The Netflix & wireless access kept them happy during down times. The home was spotless upon arrival and well maintained. Sharlotte messaged us to let us know of traffic issues nearby due to the Presidential visit and to see if we needed anything. The area is close to all that you need, a variety of grocery stores, coffee shop, shopping mall & restaurants. The Fig & Olive restaurant was a beautiful meal, offered valet parking and was just minutes from the home. We will happily rent from Sharlotte again and refer this home to others. The entire process was quick and easy and made for a very enjoyable vacation.
        • Submitted: Aug 6, 2014
        • Stayed: Jul 2014

        The property is great.

        4 of 5
        This property is right around the corner from our son's place on N. Harper so it is a very convenient 3 minute walk to his house. The apt. is well equipped with just about everything one needs. We just booked another 5 days in December for a xmas visit. The bed was very comfortable. The only problem we encountered was the television in the living room. We couldn't turn it on. We spent about an hour fiddling with it, following the instructions to a "T" but couldn't get it on. My son came over and he didn't have any better luck. We finally had to call and you sent someone out while we were at the beach to turn it on and left it on. When we returned and turned in for the night we turned it off as I noticed the TV was getting rather hot to the touch which I thought was quite strange for a flat screen television. When we tried to turn it on the next morning we couldn't get it turned on again. While a red light was at least flashing on the front of the unit we still couldn't get the thing on and it just made a clicking sound about every 5 seconds. That kind of worried me so I just unplugged it until we left. Granted we are not tech wizards but turning on a TV shouldn't take an advanced degree in electronics. We ended up watching the news on the bedroom TV's which have horrible reception. I might suggest more detailed instructions on how to get the thing turned on. While it was not that big of a deal since we did not come to LA to watch TV it was still quite annoying to have to go in the bedroom to catch a program in the evening after a long day instead of the comfort of the living room.
        • Submitted: Aug 12, 2013
        • Stayed: Aug 2013